It’s funny to think that this whole thing started out with a simple prompt to write a steamy romance set in a beach. Little did I know it would snowball into this crazy story with trips to a fictitious Pacific Island and all around Europe, assumed identities, art heists, double-crosses and even a love triangle. Getting to ‘The end’ wasn’t easy. Fleshing out the outline felt less like beefing up a skeleton and more of trying to write myself out of a hedge maze.Read the rest of the piece over at Will Read For Feels!
Monday, May 2, 2016
Scorched Earth launches; plus: a playlist!
Will Read For Feels has the scoop. Check out the release day post to read her review. (I AM SO KILIG I SWEAR). The review also has my Scorched Earth playlist - featuring some oldies like Gang of Four along with new discoveries like Jungle - and this Guest Post: