Could you tell us a little bit about yourself?
Foremost, I am a born
again follower of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
As a wife, mother,
grandmother, and great grandmother, I strive to encourage all things for good.
To love and learn, forgive and not judge, are the stepping stones to walk each
am a dreamer, that which drives me to vividly see what I write. I play each
characters part in my quiet little space, in a world surrounded by every
detail I can possibly imagine. My wall crumble, my desk disappears, and I
get up out of my chair into the present scene before me.
The music in the story, I played over and over again. And one day I would
love to see this story on film, just to see how close it would be to what I
pictured. In the meanwhile, it will be available for all to read and
I look forward into sharing your experience, so please write me a note when you
have finished your walk with Becky.
Describe your book ‘Wholesome Hopes, Becky's Prayers’ in
30 words or less.
To put this vibrant
story in a nutshell; silly, fun, romantic, sad, hilarious, relating, inspiring,
loving, sharing, forgiving, hoping, and trusting.
What was the hardest part of writing your book?
Over the seven years
it took to complete, the most difficult part for me was to end the story.
One reader sent me a
note asking if there would be a sequel, because she wanted to know the story
would go on with the family. It could very well be in the making.
What books have had the greatest influence on you?
The Bible with all
its inspiring adventures, Little Women, Emma, The Ripple Effect, Angel's At
Large, and most recently, The Shack, to name just a few.
Briefly share with us what you do to market your book?
My marketing strategy
until now was postings on facebook, twitter, my website and talking to everyone
I met. Today with the amazing help and expertise from Bookbuzzr, I plan to
see a world of readers and fans in the nearest future.
What are you working on next?
With several stories
I am working on, I do believe my next project to complete will be a children's
book with watercolor drawing. This was inspired by my grandchildren.