When you’re not writing how to you relax?
I relax with cooking, decorating, and reading. There’s nothing like a good mystery to get me relaxed and eager for the next page.
Sometimes it’s hard to keep at it. How do you keep going?
I’m a disciplined writer and write every day. Not writing would feel strange to me, so I don’t have to force myself to sit down at the computer. Other writers and would-be writers ask me about “writer’s block.” To be honest, I don’t have time for “writer’s block,” I have to keep practicing my craft and producing good work.
What is your favorite meal?
Because I love to cook I have many favorite meals. One of my favorites, roast beef and Yorkshire pudding, represents my British heritage. Yorkshire pudding is a popover recipe cooked in a pie pan or other large pan. Sometimes I make Yorkshire pudding with half white and half wheat flour. I also use a combination of whole eggs and egg substitute to reduce the calories.
What color represents you?
Blue is my favorite color. It matches my blue eyes and, in color psychology terms, represents stability. I’m a stable, hard-working, reliable author.
What’s your next project?
So many people have asked me how I recovered from multiple losses, that I sat down and wrote the steps on paper. These steps became a talk and the talk became Seed Time: Growing from Life’s Disappointments, Losses, and Sorrows, my 33rd book. Seed Time is in production now. It’s my eighth grief recovery resource and should be on Amazon by the end of October.
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Genre – Non-fiction
Rating – G
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