April Kelley and I are starting something different, instead of blog swopping we will be answering questions until we are ready to get into research of the next BonyDee Press challenge.
Please, after reading below, go and check out April’s Post
Have you always wanting to be a writer? If not, when did you?
I never thought it was possible to be a writer. With server learning difficulties it wasn’t even on my radar, hell, I didn’t even really read when I was younger it was too hard.
With a story I’ve told too many times to count it wasn’t until I was home with my children and needing to stop watching Criminal Minds and whatnot that I started reading and walla I could do that.
Saying this I always had stories to tell. Always had worlds and conversation and people who were or weren’t real. When arguing with people (which I did more than talking, I’m a shy person till you piss me off) that were colourful and full of graphic.
I also scared (a rolling thing with the people I hung with at school, so fun) my ‘friends’ with detailed stories of how I was going to become a serial killer. Did I say how it was fun.
So on one hand I never thought I could be a writer or there was never a thought in my head that allowed this to be a dream, but on the other hand I have always been a dreamer and that has helped greatly in being a writer.
The Way Life Turns by April Kelley & Bronwyn Heeley
(A BonyDee Press Challenge)
What happens when two men are in very different places in their relationship?
Almost from the start of their relationship, Jonah was in love with Scott. Scott doesn’t share that same sentiment. Jonah finds out exact how Scott feels about him the hard way, when he sees Scott in a compromising position with someone else. How they react becomes the challenge two authors have set out to solve. Will there be forgiveness or misery as Jonah reacts to what Scott has done?