Monthly Archives: March 2014

Pop-Pop

This is my Pop-Pop, Kyle Higgins. He was one of the most wonderful men in the whole wide world, gang. I kid you not. He was my dad’s stepfather, something I didn’t know until I was 10 years old…my father … Continue reading

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On the lam

This week, I exhibited one of my greatest life skills: dodging the dentist. Don’t judge me. I don’t have a lot of fears in life—I love heights, don’t mind spiders, think snakes are beautiful. I’m not a nervous flyer. I … Continue reading

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Cooking disasters I have known

One of my favorite scenes in WAITING ON YOU is when Colleen cooks dinner for her first love. She wants to impress him, of course, and she thinks—as I do—that if you can read, you can cook. Also, she doesn’t … Continue reading

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Where We Live

One of the things I love to think about when writing a book is where my characters live. Not just their town—which is also fun—but their house or apartment. In WAITING ON YOU, Colleen shares a two-family Victorian with her … Continue reading

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In love with love

The movie Hitch is one of my all-time favorites. I also loved Clueless. And Emma, book and movie version. So I guess it’s not a surprise that I wanted to write a matchmaking heroine who feels that she herself is … Continue reading

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