Writing is definitely a labor of love for me. There’s nothing more enjoyable than introducing two characters and sharing their happily ever after.
Still, sometimes I get behind in schedule and am working right up until deadline.
And then, well, things become a little crazy…
Donuts become acceptable for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Your friends begin to send concerned messages when they haven’t seen you in awhile.
Your family ignores the Do Not Disturb sign on your door.
Conquering writer’s block makes you feel like a superhero.
Food delivery services are on speed dial.
You call on your college days and pull an all-nighter the day before the book is due.
Typing THE END is a huge celebration.
Once the book is turned in, recovery begins.
Don’t miss Alyssa’s new release The Lady & Mr. Jones, out now!
Born in the rookeries, the hard life is something Jones is all too familiar with. Saved as a young boy, he was trained to be a spy, one of the best–elite, in fact. He now spends his days serving His Majesty in espionage, hunting rogue spies. His latest assignment, though, has him tracking a fellow spy…
Cat Ashdown is a baroness. Nothing is more important than protecting five hundred years of heritage. She knows every detail of every estate that commands the largest income in Britain— yet her father placed her inheritance in trust to her uncle who is forcing her to marry a man she has no desire for. The baroness’s battle against law and convention leads her to Jones and results that are surprising … and possibly unwanted.
Alyssa Alexander is an award-winning author who survives the cold Michigan winters by penning romance novels that always include a bit of adventure. Her debut release received 4.5 Stars & Top Pick by Romantic Times, was nominated for the RT 2014 Best First Historical and the 2015 Best First Book RITA. She’s been called a “talented newcomer” and “a rising star you won’t want to miss.” Alyssa lives with her own set of heroes, aka an ever-patient husband and a small boy who wears a knight in a shining armor costume for such tasks as scrubbing potatoes.