One of the things I love most about being a writer is the writing lessons I learn from life and the writing lessons I can apply to life. I love going to a class, or reading a craft book and figuring out not only where I can apply it to my WIP, but also where I can apply it to real life.
So there's my take on lessons learned. Have any life vs. writing lessons you'd add to me list? Share them in the comments. As a thank you to The Snarkology for hosting me here, I'll pick a winner from the commenters below to receive a $5 gift card to their choice of Amazon, Barnes & Noble or my personal favorite, Star Bucks.
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Three years ago, Grace Stevens packed up, left home and hasn’t looked back since. Now she gives snorkeling tours at an exclusive resort on a private island in the Caribbean, filling her days with fun and sun and her bed with the occasional nameless stranger.
Logan Shayde could use a healthy dose of losing himself and the Azul Isle is just the place to do it. Grace seems like a nice distraction until, after one explosive argument, she kicks Logan out of her cabana. Logan’s a man who’s used to getting what he wants, and what he wants is Grace. Now he’ll do anything for one more night with her.
Every moment leads to another surprise, to another discovery, to another wonder, to another disappointment, and the most unexpected thing of all: the "Oh!" of two lovers' eyes meeting - and then their bodies.
Sarah is a small town Minnesota girl who calls pop by its proper name – pop. She is a multi-published author of romance and erotica who writes both novels and short stories in the romance, mystery/suspense, paranormal and erotica genres.
She loves traveling anywhere south of the equator and finds that a nice dark microbrew can help get the creative juices flowing. When she’s not writing or traveling, you can find Sarah with her nose buried in a book.
Sarah lives in the small town she grew up in with her husband, three children, her cat and her dog.
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