Storytelling has always been a part of my life. As a
young girl, I remember sitting with my father in the
evenings asking him to tell me astory. His imagination and
flare for the dramatic always entertained and had me coming
back for more. I think he invented the interactive story
because there was always a sheriff who needed my help in
saving the day or a treasure hunt that
spilled coins from my father's pocket. You can imagine how
much fun it was for me to collect all those "treasures".
Later on I began reading his written word; journals and
romantic poetry that he'd penned for the family and those
inspired me to take the writing plunge.
I have always read romance. Grand adventures where the hero
and heroine traversed rugged ground, beating insurmountable
odds to finally find the path to true love. Books filled
my life and my list of favorite authors kept growing. When
I finally mustered the courage to face my computer head on
and write, I felt an
immediate kinship to those talented authors. I fell in
love with writing from day one and hopeless romantic that I
am, began writing love stories meant to warm the heart. .
Count me in as one of those romantic authors who believe in