What are your ‘must-haves’ to write, K.B.?
I’ve been asked this question countless times. Usually, I keep my secrets very close to the vest. However, today I’m going to tell them all to you!
When I sit down to write, I need candles lit. My favorite scents are Pumpkin Pie, Appleberry, and Apple Cinnamon. I’m not really sure how that started, but it has become sort of an obsession now. No candles = no writing.
My iPod. When I’m writing a scene, and it doesn’t matter what the scene is, I have to have music. I have scoured the land of iTunes to find different music, evoking different emotions.
Fuzzy socks. Okay, now don’t laugh. Seriously. I have these particular socks that have Eeyore embroidered on them. I have 7 pairs and they’re all different colors. Again, I have no clue how this started, but now it’s a must!
Notebook and special pen. Most of my friends know about this. It's a sckness really. I have to have my leopard print pen and spiral notebook. I'm very much a plotter, and I have to have my special tools to plot ;)
When you write emotionally driven scenes... you get hungry! I always have a supply of those little Breakstone’s Cottage Cheese and strawberry snack things around. The other go to snack food for me is Haagen Dazs coffee ice cream! That stuff is the BOMB!
The final element needed for me to write is... Coffee. LOTS of coffee! My husband says that he believes I have personally helped bankroll that fabulous establishment, LOL! Well... it’s needed ;)
Thank you so much for joining me! I hope that you follow the rest of the tour.
Mason loves her.
Dax needs her.
Maylee still wants her dead.
The Moon Coven series continues as the highly coveted Spirit Witch, Lilyann Moon, settles into her new destiny─ putting an end to the curse her family initiated more than five hundred years ago, once and for all.
If only her new relationship was as easy to figure out as what she’s going to wear to the annual Winter Ball.
After narrowly escaping the fight in October with his life, her boyfriend, Mason Shaw, is determined to drive a wedge between them with his overprotective ways.
As usual, everything goes to hell in a hand basket as one of their own is kidnapped. Lily must travel across the “pond”, back to her family’s homeland, to retrieve the lost member. Along the way, she must ally herself with an enemy from her past and work with a ragtag band of hunters that don’t believe that she has it in her to do what needs to be done.
Sometimes, there really is no turning back...
Can the Moon Coven save their lost member? Or will they wind up sacrificing themselves in the end?
As always, until next time...