Running From Forever

Recent college graduate, Kayla Reynolds was ready to leave the university, sorority life behind. Leaving her boyfriend of over three years, she packed her bags and moved four...

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Permanent Lines

Merrick Drake. Bartender, dirt bike racer, and far from settling down…until that one race, and that one girl that changed everything. Amelia Driscoll. Amelia took Merrick by...

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Giving You Forever

From the moment Nolan Pratt walked into Alexa Arnold’s life everything was forever changed. After a year of dating, the ring was on her finger, the house was purchased, and life...

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Waiting On Forever

College. Parties, sororities and getting drunk. Oh, yeah. And learning. This may be true for most college students, but not for Leah Bennett. College life for her includes...

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Promising Forever

** Promising Forever is a continuation of The Forever Series. It is recommended that you read Planning on Forever and Waiting on Forever prior to this novella. ** After an...

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Planning On Forever

Collin and Alexa are the perfect couple; gorgeous, popular and hopelessly in love. With graduation day nearing and college life on the horizon, Collin flirts with infidelity and...

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Summer Rush

Hope Taylor is a smart Southern girl with a good head on her shoulders and a positive outlook on life. Even though things are simple and predictable, Hope is happy and content....

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Just keep writing, writing, writing…

Posted on May 6, 2014

I’m so exhausted, but I’m writing anyway. After the exhausting, not fun, day of being a mommy I had you would think that all I would do at this point is curl up in a ball and not move until absolutely needed, but I’m not, I’m writing. I’ve decided that writing really, truly is my outlet. Today I decided that no matter how stressful the day, I need to write at some point throughout it. Writing keeps me sane, makes me smile, and takes me out of the rut that sometimes motherhood can put you in.

Before I had Aubrey (my new baby girl), I stressed about my numbers, how high my rank was, how many (or little) books I was selling each and every day. I worried if this gig- writing was really for me. I almost gave up. I just may have said, “maybe I’m one of those authors- the ones that write a few books but really shouldn’t because they’re not TRUE authors- they just did it just because.” Yes, I really thought that, but I don’t believe that anymore because whether my books suck and no one reads them or not, I have to write. I don’t care if I am a good, bad, or mediocre writer- I am an author, and I will keep writing because it keeps me sane. It’s a time that I can just flood my emotions into several characters and no one can say a damn thing to me about it because they’re mine- I created them, and they provide me with an escape that nothing in this world could ever replace.

Now that I am a mother of 3, and sometimes ask myself why the hell would I add another human being to this crazy world I call my life, I realize, for other reasons too of course, what a blessing it is. That even though I may cry somedays from being so overwhelmed, it has given me peace of mind. Who the hell cares how many people buy my books, or how much money I make off of them, I write for me. I write for my sanity. I write for no other reason, but to maintain my individuality and happiness.

So yeah, I will still read reviews, and hope that people buy and enjoy the books that I write, but when it comes down to it, it won’t be detrimental to me like it used to be because in the end, I’ll keep on writing anyway!

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