Southern Splender

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Today as I went for my daily run the air was thick with Jasmine and the Magnolias lay heavy within the branches of the trees. There was no need for the blaring of my I- pod as the various species of birds filled my ears with their own delicate songs.
Spring time in the South is like no other and I feel so blessed to be able to witness all of its splendid glory. Being allowed to wake up slowly, ramble around the serenity of our home and head outside into such a natural spectacle, is one of my biggest joys. I wouldn’t trade it for any other. I am fortunate to walk out my door with coffee in hand and wander peacefully upon our grounds in admiration over the new buds upon my bougainvilleas or follow the deep scent of my roses to the home of their gardens. It is there that I will dwell and allow myself to reflect upon the words that I will write for the day. My children are grown and my days are now mine to do with what I wish. I have slowed down. Nature has nurtured me into a woman who is at peace with herself and her surroundings. There is no longer the need to fly through the day at a frantic pace. I remember those days with a smile, as I sit with my laptop upon my lap. My romantic southern days are long-lasting. I am in no hurry for life to pass me by. So for those of you who have asked me why I chose this path, it is simply to have the ability to occasionally look up from the stories that I write and admire the flutter of the butterflies outside my window.

The Movie Script of Once Wicked Always Dead

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It appears that my gears have temporarily shift from writing Novels to entering the world of the Movie Making Industries. Of course I was at first a little apprehensive but I must say that I have whole heartedly dove head first into the dark waters and there was no turning back. Luckily for me, I am finding this whole process to be quite refreshing, exhillerating and extremily stimulating. There is something magical when you are able to bring your characters to life upon the silver screen and I am not only in love with writing the script but the buisness end of producing. Without a doubt they have hooked me. I know that this is an oddity for an author to actually love that type of industry, but once again I am not the norm. I was able to keep a good portion of control with the script and of course I am flexible, easygoing, and I think an extremly fun person to work with. (Excuse me while I toot my own horn.)

Now to my readers I have had to put my next novel on hold as It is difficult for me to keep switching between the ; I would like you to know that I have changed the script up and I think you will find the movie as good or hopefully even better then the book. The basic story is there and it will hold your attention from beganing to end with some added surprises. Oh how I wish I could give you all the details and belive me it’s difficult to keep my mouth shut but it will be well worth the wait. So please be patient and hold on to your hats because i know this one will blow you away!