Possibilities…it’s a concept I’ve been thinking of a lot lately. It has to do with chance, likelihood of occurence, or the odds. What I like is that – even when the odds are stacked against us – there is still that chance (that possibility) that we’ll succeed.
Ten years ago, TRS came into existence, and at the time who would have ever foreseen how huge electronic books and ereaders would one day become? Who would have predicted the popularity of blogs in a decade? And who on earth back then knew what a tweet was???
TRS had a vision, and they followed it. And now, we’re all helping to celebrate their tremendous success over the last several years. THey’ve introduced us to knew authors and favorite books. They’ve helped us promote our own works and to network to get reviews and followers. And I thank them for doing what they do so extremely well.
In each of my books, my heroines were motivated by this idea of possibilities.
In Perfectly Imperfect, Ali Baker has successfully achieved all her goals except one. She has yet to win the battle against the number on her scale! After a lifelong struggle with her weight, she has finally shed quite a few pounds. But she isn’t where she wants to be, and she explores the possibility that joining a gym can rev up her metabolism and help her win this war once and for all. Little does she know that she’ll meet the love of her life there too! And, since this gorgeous Brit thinks she is beautiful exactly as she is, she might just be able to have her cake and eat it too!
In No Regrets, Maggie Blake is a university professor who accepts a short-term overseas position to help an entrepreneur establish his new office in Bremen, Germany. She has never traveled alone, much less internationally, and she spends much of the transatlantic flight wondering what she has gotten herself into. Before the plane lands, she makes up her mind to look at is as a great adventure, and thinks of all the possibilities this trip might hold. As soon as she bumps into the new boss’s son, however, she realizes she’s ready to mix business with pleasure!
In The Christmas Dare, Gia has grown up thinking of Ethan as the brotherly type and her very best friend. After tragedy strikes his family, she is the rock he leans on to help pull him through the darkest days. Then, after sharing fond memories from the past, they see each other with new eyes and decide to explore the possibility that they could be more than just friends.