All my books are complete stories or standalone books. I don’t like cliffhangers. But if you plan to read Between the Raindrops, I would suggest reading it first. Between the Lies is a true sequel and gives away spoilers critical to the plot of the first book.
Most of my characters are a result of a melding together of people I know or have met. No character is exactly like any one person, but instead has characteristics from several people combined with my imagination.
There will be five books in the series. Between the Raindrops, Between the LIes, Between Friends, Between Scenes and the last one is still unnamed.
I always have several projects going at one time. If I am not inspired to write on a particular book, I will pick up a different one or write a blog post.
Never—I often start with a scene in the middle of the book. Then I write the beginning, the end and finally finish the middle. That way I always know how the book begins and ends. It’s just a matter of deciding how it gets there. It works for me.
Write. Just write. Get your ideas recorded while they are still fresh. Often, I find that my best ideas come at the most inconvenient times. If I am away from my computer, I write on my phone or even scraps of paper from the bottom of my purse—whatever I can find. It doesn’t matter if the thought is coherent at first. Writing a book involves many stages, but it has to start somewhere.