I thought I’d share ten things no one knows about me today just for something a little different while I’m celebrating the release of Chasing Sin.
I love movies: comedy, drama, thriller, action, etc—which is something people know about me. But what I haven’t confessed before is that I own approximately 450 movies—350 of which are DVDs. And yes, one of them is Twister. ;^)
During severe weather, I have a very strong tendency to walk outside to see what’s going on in the sky. I did it just last night, in fact, and nearly got hit by my neighbor’s trash can when a strong gust blew through.
My Go-To snacks during long drives are Dr Pepper and Funyuns. I’m not sure why because I’m sure the thought of those two things together is pretty disgusting, but it’s just something I’ve done since I was a teenager. Can you imagine chasing storms with that smell lingering in the car? LOL
I’ve been to Hawaii nine times and have never been swimming in the Pacific. Why? I hate the beach. The sand. The salt water. Blech. It’s just not for me. More than likely this is due to the fact I’ve lived within ten miles of a beach my entire life. The beach just isn’t that big of a deal to me. A hurricane barrels up the coast near me? Totally different story, I am so at the beach to see the ocean show a little attitude.
While it’s mostly an activity kids find enjoyment in, I still like to stare at the clouds and see what kinds of shapes I can find. I don’t lie in the grass like I did as a child though because my allergies just can’t handle it. But a nice chair and cold glass of lemonade work just fine for me.
Despite all the long drives I have to go on, I hate driving. As in: I will do anything I can to get out of driving. So I would obviously not be the driver on a storm chase team. Oddly enough, I’m actually a really good driver.
One of my favorite things late at night during the summer is to watch heat lightning along the horizon. Can you tell I spend a lot of time staring at the sky?
Even with all this fascination with weather, I am not a fan of snow. There’s a reason I continue to live in the south. Where I live right now is about as far north as I want to go. I’d rather deal with the humidity and heat over the frigid cold and piles of snow.
Chasing Sin was written during a hurricane. That’s right, in late August of 2011, Hurricane Irene barreled through my area. She knocked out my power for eight days and generally just made of pain of herself. But I thank her for giving me a few days off work in order to write!
I actually munched on Funyuns while typing up these ten facts about me. Evidently, my love them isn’t simply relegated to long drives.
Thanks so much for joining me here today!
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Every spring, Kate risks her life chasing violent storms. Tired of watching her take unnecessary chances, two of her closest friends offer a different thrill. Devoted lovers Snyder and Tripp don’t just share a passion for nature’s fury; they long to have the fearless woman between them.
Though she is reluctant, she also knows the proposition is too irresistible to refuse. Her acceptance leads to an explosive night of no-holes-barred sex for the threesome. However, when morning dawns, she realizes this type of unusual relationship isn’t one she belongs in.
Despite her best efforts to keep the men at arm’s length, Kate finds herself facing down the storm of the century with them at her side. With Mother Nature intruding, the trio discovers shelter in each other’s arms. With the hurricane raging outside and passion raging inside, everything is at stake.