The Prophecy takes a drastic turn from the confusion and insecutites Ava expereienced as she steered her way through the revelations that were revealed in book one, to one of suspense and strength. This book was written all at once, rather than over time like Always and Forever...I literally could not stop thinking about the story. Scenes and dialogue shot into my mind when I was running, playing with my children, and while I tried to fall asleep at night. I keep a notepad next to my bed for that very reason. Why is it that the best ideas always come right when I put the computer down and try and rest my brain?
Now that I have been working on book 3, my outline is clear, and the path of my characters is definte. It always amazes me how I can sit down with one path I want to take, and the next thing I know, I have been writing for three hours, and am 20,000 words in.
My challenge while I write book three is to try and manage taking care of my family, teaching my wonderful students, AND finding the time to read all of the novels by the amazing authors I admire!
I have always loved a challenge! Happy Holidays to all!