Tuesday, August 20, 2019

I Did a Thing!

Looky what I did!
When Lady Ellen Hildebrand is ripped to the future, she finds herself not only fighting for the fae magic that sent her but also for her life.

Ellen’s first London Season was a disappointment. She fears she’ll never meet a man who will see her for more than her fortune or ability to provide an heir.

Landscape architect Michael Addington thinks his grandfather is mental but never dreams the old man will try to set Twickenham Manor on fire. In Michael’s struggle to stop the act of arson, a young woman appears out of nowhere. Flames and fae magic engulf them both, the first burning them badly and the second transporting them back to 1851.

Ellen and Michael find they must rely on each other through the painful recovery. Day by day, their attraction grows. But Michael is riddled with guilt. If she discovers his dark secret, he could lose her forever . . . he’s the one who set her on fire.

Wednesday, August 7, 2019

IWSG - August 7th

OPTIONAL QUESTION: Has your writing ever taken you by surprise? For example, a positive and belated response to a submission you'd forgotten about or an ending you never saw coming?
I tend to be a discovery writer and do a minimal amount of plotting. I know generally know where the story's headed with a few scenes already in my head, but I don't always know how to get the characters from point A to point B. As a result, I'm often surprised as I'm writing.

On my first book, I knew I was approaching the conclusion, but I'd thought it would be a few paragraphs yet. Then I wrote something and knew that was it. It was the end, and I was done.

I was so surprised. lol

What about you? Have you had any happy surprises in your writing?

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