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So, I’ll share my process for those of you that may be the kind of writer I am. Hopefully I’m not the only one out there like this… (Eeeekk!) When I am ready to write a story, I have the outline, the characters and conflict in my head, as well as a few key scenes, and then I write somewhat like a frog hopping from lily pad to lily pad, linking one piece of the story to the next until I’m across the pond and the story is done. I like to edit grammar as I go along rather than leave it until the story is complete, so I’m constantly messing with the story as I write it. Once I have the whole tale out of my head and down on virtual paper, I read through the entire thing, adding bits here and there to improve deep point of view or make the scene come alive. But in the end. the basic ingredients for being a writer, in my experience, comes down to natural talent, imagination and a huge appetite for reading. Because if you read enough, it can
teach you how to write.
Her Knight In Shining Armour
She may not need a knight in shining armour to save her, but that doesn’t mean she’s going to look a gift knight in the visor...
Paisley doesn’t need a knight in shining armour to rescue her from her high-powered, abusive ex-husband. She’s got it covered on her own: she's changed her name, liquidated her assets, and has a plan to disappear in the Rocky Mountain National Park.
Psychiatrist Sterling James has absolutely no intention of being anyone’s saviour. The only woman he has any time for is his sister. But circumstances change when Sterling finds Paisley in an unexpected and life-threatening situation. Brought in to the drama of her escape, Sterling finds himself invested, and he can't move on until he knows Paisley is going to be safe.
It should be a simple enough exercise to get Paisley out of the park and into her new life. But nothing is ever as simple as it should be, and Sterling soon discovers that even if her ex-husband buys the set-up, he might not be able to watch Paisley go...