What makes you happiest?
I think being around my family and friends makes me the happiest. If I’m having a bad day, I can always look at my son or husband and everything just goes away. I think that’s the most important to me.
What’s your greatest character strength?
Positivity is a very important trait of mine, because I try to look at everything through a positive prospective. No matter the situation, I will find something that will make it more effective.
What’s your weakest character trait?
Being oversensitive is my weakest character trait. Sometimes, it may not be a bad thing, but I think I can overanalyze or just be super sensitive on certain situations.
Why do you write?
I’m an avid reader; I love to read various genres and picture the setting, characters, or situation and think about my own life. That’s why I started to write, because I want to be able to put a situation or setting into prospective and be able to focus on what the outcome will be.
What motivates you to write?
I have a vivid imagination, so I think that’s the inspiration I need to come up with storylines, characters, etc. But I also think it’s my love for writing and being a reader that makes me want to create stories that are interesting and engaging.
What are you most proud of in your personal life?
Having a wonderful husband and son that are a joy to me are the most important to me. That and getting my master’s degree in Business Communication was a huge accomplishment for me.
What books did you love growing up?
I really loved The Baby-sitters’ Club and Sweet Valley High. I think I read every book pertaining to Sweet Valley High, including Sweet Valley Twins and the college version. I can also say that reading those books were inspiration for me to begin writing.
Who is your favorite author?
I love anything with Carl Weber, Nicholas Sparks, Victoria Christopher Murray, and Reshonda Tate Billingsley. Now that the New Adult genre is huge, I love various authors from Jessica Sorensen to Colleen Hoover.
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Genre - Contemporary Fiction
Rating – PG13
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