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Books Laid Bare Blog Review of Sarah Starting Over

My heart was warmed when I read this review from the Books Laid Bare Blog. It's encouraging to read kind words about Sarah Starting Over from someone that is not a relative or friend:) 

As authors we put our hearts on the line when we share our stories with the world. It's a vulnerability that still exists no matter how many times we put something creative out into the world. While not every story will suit everyone, I have my own reading preferences, it's nice when a story resonates with a reader.

Here's an excerpt from the review:

"A Short, Sharp Read, Really Enjoyable...This may be just over a hundred pages but the author packs a lot into this sharp little book. I was completely captivated by the story, it had more than just romance on offer, it had a good old fashioned mystery to solve and piecing together the clues were Sarah and Greyson..."

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Sarah Starting Over (novella #1) ends with some unanswered questions for a P.I. and a windowed mom. 

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today and tomorrow to celebrate 
Greyson Starting Over's release.



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Writing Inspiration

I just answered this reader question over at Goodreads and thought I would post my answer here as well. If you write, what inspires you? How do you get inspired to write? M.J. GreenwayThere are so many times when I'm inspired by something I've read or watched on TV. For example, I remember reading Gone Girl and yearning to be able to one day write a book that well crafted.
That said, most of the writing time isn't about inspiration, it's just about writing most days and seeing where you get. I write an outline and start with a few characters and conflicts and an idea for an ending. As days pass, more details occur to me and snowball into a full fledged story over time. Walks or bike rides can help too.
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