Here's the thing about being an author and I know this sounds odd, but I never expect anyone to actually READ my books.
I don't. I write them, send them off, and have written them because I HAD to write them. I personally had to know how the story turned out. I didn't write them necessarily for my editor or my readers or my kids or my grandma or anyone else. I write every book, at first, for me, because I care about those characters and I need to know that everything will work out okay and everyone will be all right in the end.
And when I hear people talking about my books and reading them...
It's really, really weird. When I get fan mail, it's really, really weird. I know, I know. I should expect both, because heck, the books are out there for people to buy and read, I mean, that's the whole purpose, right?
But I don't actually expect it.
I'm an author...call me weird. :-)
PS: You'll notice a new graphic on the side. A bit delayed, but yes, I did win the Single Title Reviewer's Choice Award for "Twelve Days" in Sugar and Spice :-)