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The most common questions asked by views and readers.

Q: As a child, what did you want to do when you grew up?

  A: I remember wanting to be a First Grade Teacher or a Child Caretaker. I went as far as taking a child development class in school.  But, neither one of those wants came true.


Q: What do you like to do when you're not writing?

  A: Reading.  I always had a book within my reach.


Q: What do you like to read in your free time?

  A: I like Romance.  Especially, if children are involved.  So, I guess it’s more like Family Drama stories that I enjoy reading more than anything.


Q: Who are your favorite authors?

  A: I have several of them. Stephenie Meyer. V.C. Andrews. And lately, I’ve become fans of H.M. Ward. 


Q:  When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?

  A: I was fourteen.  Back then I was always reading First Love Stories.  Teenage Romance and every book were the same.  Boy meets girl.  They fall in love.  Have a disagreement.  Patch things up and lives Happy Ever After. The only differences were the characters and place of events.  Being fourteen, I knew life wasn’t really like that.  I want something more realistic. So, I started writing my own view of first love.


Q:  Where is your favorite place to write?

  A:  I write anywhere. Bedroom. Living Room. Whenever an idea may hit me. 


Q: Let's talk about your characters.  Are Michael and Jessie your main characters?

  A: Yes.  Michael and Jessie are the main characters, but there is also a good handful of other characters that associates with one event or another.

Q: What is the time frame of your book series?

  A: It starts out back in the ’80s with cassette tapes and a ’79 Trans Am. Then as each book comes, the time frame moves closer to today in time.  Book One: Michael, Is It True is time framed over a period of six years then Book Two: Yes, Jessie, It’s True starts up the exact morning and goes for another two years. There is a little over six years gap before Book Three: Two’s Company Three’s A Crowd come in play and it covers only a month of time.  Book Four picks up eight-teen months later and goes on to the end of the story. About eight years.  It is right around 22 years of coverage in the whole series.

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