When I started to write I never thought anyone would buy my story. I'm not famous, no one knows me, but I still wrote because I truly enjoyed doing it. Just like when I was a waitress. I started out as a nobody, not having any idea how to balance a tray full of plates, or drinks without spilling them, but I kept at it. And before I knew it people were asking to sit at my station.
Both of these jobs take a lot of work, hours and one very important factor, to never give up.
I loved being a waitress. The people were fun to be around and I loved making their night a special one.
The same way I love being an Author. I enjoy spending time with my readers and knowing my story is going to make their night a special one.
Both jobs are a balancing act.
And a labor of love
As an Author, and a waitress, I work hard to keep my readers and customers coming back.
I want your dinner to be amazing, your drink to be refreshing and your book to be so good it keeps you up all night.
All I ask in return are your tips. As a waitress your tip helps me know that I did a great job, and you had an awesome night. As an Author your tips help me grow. So leave me a tip, write a review.
I want to thank all my readers, and customers, for sticking by my side, sitting in my station and reading my books.
Your tips helped me grow.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you come back. I have two more books coming out this year and I can promise you a few more sleepless night with these two.
Last Chance to Run, Romantic Suspense
What if you found out the daughter you buried was alive and being held captive by a man you thought you killed?
If I knew then, Young Adult
Angel dreamed of a life of freedom. One filled with love that didn’t come with a price. She hid the pain until Jax entered her life. Can he give her what she needs to let go of the past or will he leave her with a bigger challenge that will change her future?