Ten Favorite Places to Plot My Stories
10. Standing in line at the grocery store, Target, bank, etc.
(Helps keep down the blood pressure)
9. Waiting for an oil change, doctorâ€™s appointment, soccer practice, etc.
(Listening to my characters makes time fly)
8. Vacuuming and/or dusting.
(On those rare occasions)
7. Mopping the kitchen floor.
6. Sitting on the pier, fishing at the pond.
(Just ignore the bobbing cork)
5. Long car trips.
(Better and safer as a passenger)
4. Cooking dinner.
(Be careful not to set off the smoke alarm)
3. Standing in the shower under the steamy gush of hot water.
(Not conducive to taking notes)
2. In those moments right before you go to sleep at night.
(Better than counting sheep)
1. Basking in the sun on the beach, listening to the roar of the surf.
I enjoy writing old-fashioned romance with a whole lot of sizzle ~~~
Favorite Books: All of Georgette Heyer's wonderful Regency Romances; Gone With the Wind; The Little House Books; Harry Potter; Anne of Green Gables; This Heart of Mine by Susan Elizabeth Phillips ~~~ Favorite Movies: Return to Me; An Affair to Remember; Sebrina (newer version); Sarah Plain and Tall; Roman Holiday; Pretty Woman ~~~ Favorite Music: Moody Blues, Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel, Jim Croce, Elton John, Seals & Crofts, Chicago, John Denver ~~~ Favorite Quotation: "Love Conquers All" ~~~~ AnneMarie Trivia: I love hummingbirds :) ~~~~
ABOUT MY LONE STAR ROMANCES:
When people think of Texas, they usually think about cowboys, ranches and horses. But Texas is more than that. Itâ€™s not just a place; itâ€™s an attitude, a state of mind. Everything is bigger and better in Texas, or so it seems to those of us living here.
My favorite kind of hero is tall, dark and Texan. Whether a rugged sexy cowboy or a single-dad teaching at the local high school, these heroes are strong men waiting for strong women to call their ownâ€”no matter how hard they fight it, no matter how loudly they deny it.
I hope you enjoy reading about my Lone Star Heroes and the women they fall in love with.
There are those who say lifeâ€™s too short not to live it as a Texan. I say LIFE'S TOO SHORT NOT TO LOVE A TEXAN!!!