It’s a beautiful Sunday morning as I sit down to write this. The weather is perfect, but then again, the sun hasn’t risen yet (living in Phoenix, mornings are my favorite time of day…the world is peaceful, the birds are chirping, and it isn’t hot yet).
Work on my new project is going well (hahahaha, that doesn’t surprise me)! I love starting a new project. The beginning of a new story is so full of promise and the words seem to flow well. This is the point where we’re getting to know our hero and heroine…and already, I’ve been surprised, but I’ve learned to never question those surprises. Those unexpected little tidbits of information become very useful as the story progresses.
My other favorite portion of the story is the end. I love those happily ever afters…and if they can make me tear up, so much better.
I will admit, the middle of the story is what gives me the most problems but I’m far from there at the moment, so I’m not going to worry about it.
So, who are my hero and heroine?
My hero is the sheriff of Possibility, Texas. You all met him if you read Wife For Hire. He also made a few appearances in Wife Wanted, which hasn’t been released yet (I still need to print that out, read it out loud, and make edits/corrections). Wife Desired is the Sheriff’s story (yes, he deserves one…he’s not a bad guy).
My heroine is Talia West. Tally for short. She’s independent, spirited, and stubborn. She also isn’t a satin and lace type woman, which the sheriff has always been attracted to but that’s all right. I think their romance will make for a very fun story.
Speaking of that, I should get back to it. They’re not going to fall in love unless I write it.
Stay well! Stay safe! And remember to spread kindness wherever you go!