“Honey, it’s always crap. Every book I write is crap. It’s my job to fix the crap afterwards,” according to Nora Roberts. Well, I've got it half right. Still working on the "fixing it" part. "Trust your characters to be complex enough and to have enough emotional baggage. Force them to make hard choices." Advice from Michelle Styles that might help!
Visiting Redemption- Story 1 in the Redemption series Second draft
30345/ 80000 words. 37% done!
Steph Zebrinski rediscovers her old dreams after the end of her marriage and the death of her father, travelling across the country on her Harley-Davidson. She's determined- family and relationships are not for her. Devastatingly gorgeous Sheriff Mason Allwood is ready to settle down in Redemption, where his family has lived for generations, once he finds The One. He’s ready for forever, the most she can commit to is a temporary fling. She knows she's all wrong for Mason, she can't offer him the family life he wants and deserves. Opposites might attract, but there’s no way two people this different can end up together, is there?
His Secret Son- Story 1 in the Haven Bay series
2181 / 70000 words. 3% done!
Lock and Cady's story, set in the small Australian coastal town of Haven Bay.
Need to start a third rewrite after this story was quite rightly rejected by SuperRomance! The characters need to be more proactive. I have some ideas...