Hilary lives in a world that is supposed to be “perfect.” The government provides all of the basic necessities and if you want additional items you can take on non-governmental work or odd jobs to earn luxury dollars to buy pretty much anything you could desire. The downside? She’s assigned a career she hates, a place to live that she’s never even been to before, and a guy she’s supposed to marry that she’s not even sure she likes. In fact, she’s not sure she can ever feel that way about any guy, period. Oh yeah, and this all happens to everyone when they turn 17. Hilary tries to make the best of it but goes through a series of events that make her question who she is as a person and whether or not “perfect” can ever really exist, no matter what they want her to believe.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I find inspiration from many different sources. Places I go, people I meet, personality traits of myself and my family, etc.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
For each book I write, I figure out how many characters I want to work with and then figure out genders and what qualities I want them to have. From there I just continue developing based on certain personality traits that I want to see in those characters.
I’m an author, a wife, a mother, a friend, a sister, a daughter, and so much more! I’ve always loved reading and found myself wanting to continue the stories I loved so much, which is how I started writing. Now I’ve finally reached my dream of being published. My novels are mainly romance, though there are a lot of other elements as well. My books prove that you can have the romance and the passion without having to sacrifice great plot lines or strong character personalities.
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