All in the past week.
(No, I didn’t write the novel in a week…but I was editing up to the last second).
Which makes me wonder, why do we do it?
Are we crazy, insane, both?
Yes, we’re writers.
It’s how we work. Think. Create.
Even more wild, the morning after I uploaded the manuscript for Royal Bride, I woke up with the next story zipping through my brain like a live current of electricity.
I wrote it all down and put it away.
Because the brain like the body needs rest. I love the idea I have for the next novel, but beyond that initial spurt of inspiration, my brain is….well, fried.
So this month, I’m on vacay, holiday, on the road…whatever it takes to, as the saying goes, to let the wells fill up again.
Somtimes you just gotta…
Here’s my new Royals of Monterra novel: ROYAL BRIDE
At thirty-six, Zoey St. John may not be your ordinary Cinderella, but when Prince Maximiliano Risconti di Montevecchio dances with her at a royal ball in Monterra, taking a chance on love is so much better than being alone.
Sheâ€™s at a crossroads in her life and being the heroine in a good, old-fashioned fairy tale is just what she needs. With his dashing good looks and brooding dark eyes, the Alpha Royal makes her feel alive again after living alone for years with a tragic secret from her past.
Prince Max is a man born to duty and thrives on routine since thatâ€™s how everything has been done
since his royal title was granted centuries ago. Heâ€™s devoted to his family, he just doesnâ€™t understand them until the pretty signorina makes him confront the truth about himself and question why he canâ€™t stop thinking about her.
Heâ€™s drawn to her even if he wonâ€™t admithttp://wp.me/p2DHSo-N1 it and finds out he canâ€™t let her go. The only problem is, the prince has no idea he needs a glass slipper to win her.
When an unexpected turn of events sends the princeâ€™s royal household into chaos and threatens to destroy his family, Zoey takes on the prince and his old-fashioned methods to save them. She pursues her passion for helping others, even if it means the prince may break her heart in the process.
But when her painful past is revealed and turns this fairy tale upside down, can her love for the prince triumph and turn this story into a happily ever after?
She wore gray.
He wore blue.
But their love defied the boundaries of war.
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