- one of my oldest and dearest friends
and I met in college and haven't stopped laughing since. I fully
expect to be laughing with her all the way to the old age home!
SHe is also Godmother to my oldest son Ian.
What was your first impression when you found out Sara wrote romance
first impression was "when did she have the time?!"
Sara's already a wife and mother holding down a full-time job.
The fact that it was a romance didn't surprise me at all. I think
a lot of people with a great imagination are romantics at heart,
and Sara has a great imagination.
What is the silliest thing you and Sara have done together?
silly at all, and I resent the question! (I can't think of one
thing - we laugh all the time, but it's not, to me, anything you
would describe as "silly.")
What strikes you most about Sara's personality?
life and is an eternal optimist.
How does it feel to have a published author in your circle? (that
question might sound a bit stuffy)
It feels right.
I always knew my circle would produce greatness! (That sounds
stuffy, too, but I don't give a sh-t. "It's true for me,"
as my grandmother would say.)
Do you ever get to read one of Sara's books from the moment she
starts writing it, or does she only share once finished?
I was lucky
enough to see an early draft of "The Amoveo Legacy."
I would love to continue to see her work as it's progressing,
but whatever she needs to do to nurture her craft is up to her.