by Amy Gregory Happy New Year’s! As excited I am for the release of CHARMING JEFF, I’m also a bit sad. I’ve mentioned this over the years, but for anyone new to me, I’ll admit I’m a wee bit off my rocker. I get attached to these characters. Maybe that’s the reason I always end… Read More
For those of you that don’t know me, I’ll first
warn you, my life is crazy and I have a very broken filter!
— Oh wait! Maybe I never had a filter? Not sure, now
that I think about it!
I am a Kansas girl, still happily married to my high school
sweetheart from a tiny little town, and we have three busy
kids. Our youngest raced motocross and I fell in love with
the sport. We live in a bigger city now, but still have
those roots and a farm down south, so the Finding Perfect
series is close to my heart as well.
I didn’t set out to become a writer. It all started
with a dream I had. After a few nights of the dream becoming
more vivid each night, I began writing long-hand. A month
later—I had Carter and Jesse both typed. I fell in
love with it and now I get antsy if I can’t write.
Ideas now come to me usually through lyrics in songs, so my
poor iPhone is loaded beyond capacity! (And iTunes loves me!
$$) As you can tell, I’m pretty snarky, a
self-proclaimed smartass and very proud of it.
A few of my favorite things (besides the husb & kids) my
puppies! (Mia, yep, based on one of them!) Love to shoot my
pistol, do archery league when can and write as much as
humanly possible! I’m almost always in Wranglers or
Levis, a true Ariat boot wearing, Jeep driving, coffee
addict. (Yes, Jeep—Alex had one too!) There’s
bits and pieces of me in some form or another in all the
books. Not on purpose, just works out that way LMAO!
With the kids going in different directions and helping husb
run our company, I don’t get to many conferences a
year, but I love to chat with readers, many of who have
become close friends just from a single message on FB or
email. If you have questions, I’m pretty candid, ask
away! I love to talk.
by Amy Gregory Have you ever gotten ten steps into something and stopped cold, only to find out you can’t go back? It’s in that moment you think—What In The Hell Was I Thinking!?! I am living in that moment, have been for a while and I am not seeing that light at the end… Read More
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Never Say Never
by Lyn Cote A few decades ago when my husband and I became engaged, he said, “I’d like us to live in the northwoods.” I knew his family owned property on a lake in far northern Wisconsin near the southern shore of Lake Superior. At the time we were living in a suburb of Chicago… Read More