"Just finish one," he said.
That's how it started.
My husband asked what I'd been doing all day. After five years I finally confessed, "When no one is around, I write."
Okay, It was more like trying to get out of saying a thing. I'm a writer. You want it pretty. Let's compromise.
He challenged me to complete a story and share it. Little did he know that those words of encouragement meant we’d return from a family vacation with a wild and defiant set of quintuplets stumbling their way through life. Wasn’t raising our three sons enough?
A native of nowhere, I settled in New England for17 years before agreeing to uproot my brood of boys (known as the puckwudgies) and moving to North Carolina. You can follow our adventures on Instagram.
When MJA and I aren't enjoying the freedom that having teens & tweens affords couples, I spend most of my time reading & writing. I do cook dinner almost every.single.night. Although, some nights I enter the kitchen hoping that my ravenous children haven’t eaten all the ingredients!
About the Quints
I began writing The Kingsbrier Quintuplets in 2016 when my first two books were being edited. The original concept was five short romances about brothers an sisters from a large family. And, with all honesty, where it took 30 days to draft Eric, I’d hoped to complete the 250,000-word goal in five months. Like all kids, the Quints had their own plans. Let’s blame that on Brier.
These stories aren’t the typical current contemporary romance. At Kingsbrier, you’ll meet a group of stubborn siblings who’ve been competing with one another since the day they were born. This is a HUGE cast of characters that weave in and out of the chapters.
Like your favorite television series, the story line builds from one book to the next and you’ll get attached to everyone before you know it!