The first time the writing bug bit my children were small, I wrote while the kids had their afternoon nap. When they were bigger, I had to stop; I was just too busy. Four and a half years ago, I moved here to the prairies and finally had time to write again. I read on the net that if you write a page a day you can have a novel written in a year.
That was doable, so I sat down with pen and paper and six months later I had a short novel finished. I have since graduated to using a laptop and have written three novels and one novella.
I write inspirational romance because when I was seventeen, I had stopped going to church and picked up a Grace Livingston Hill Inspirational and came back to a close relationship with God. I decided I would like to give my readers that same experience. Something life changing and positive.
Left alone in Boston when her father passes, Lily Cameron joins seven young women who have promised to become mail order brides. When Lily arrives in Pine Creek on the western prairies, she meets the young pastor Marcus Attwood. He has no intentions of becoming one of the grooms, and she is reluctant to be married. Marcus can’t get Lily out of his thoughts and decides to pursue her. Just when he thinks he stands a chance, it seems a rich farmer has caught her interest.