First, I must praise the Lord for the many blessings He has bestowed on my writing and I pray that the books will entertain readers and at the same time provide a spiritual message for their lives. I am blessed to have two romantic suspense books coming out this year, Behind the Badge and The Christmas Witness and have recently signed with Love Inspired for a romantic suspense series about a family of adopted siblings who fight injustice. The first two books in this series are scheduled for release in 2012.
Sounds like a really interesting series. What outside interests do you have?
Something I like to do, though it’s related to work, is web design. I designed SusanSleeman.com, HometownMysteries.com and TheSuspenseZone.com and am constantly working on these sites and learning the necessary skills to make them better. I also love to garden and anything plant related.
I know what you mean, but it really does get better with age. What are the three best things you can tell other authors to do to be successful?
Only three, huh? LOL
Gunshots split the inky darkness.
Deputy Sydney Tucker hit the cold ground, a jagged rock slashing into her forehead on the way down. She reached for her service weapon. Came up empty handed. She’d stopped after work to check on the construction of her townhouse and left her gun and cell phone in the car.
Inching her head above knee-high grass, she listened. The keening whistle of the wind died, leaving the air damp and heavy with tension but silence reigned.
Had she overreacted? Could be target practice. But at night? Maybe. Hunters did crazy things sometimes.
Footfalls pounded from below like someone charging through the brush. No. Two people. Maybe a chase. One person after another. A loud crash, branches snapping.
“What’re you doin’, man,” a panicked male voice traveled through the night. “No! Don’t shoot! We can work this out.”
Three more gunshots rang out. A moan drifted up the hill.
Not target practice. Someone had been shot.
Heavy footfalls crunched up the gravel path.
“I know you’re here, Deputy Tucker,” a male voice, disguised with a high nasally pitch, called out. “We need to talk about this. C’mon out.”
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