Today JC Morrows joins me and shares her responses to the five random words I gave her. Also, you can learn more about JC and her YA novel, A Reluctant Assassin.
This is actually a tough one for me because the first thing that comes to mind is something I have tried to put behind me. In middle school, I discovered a series of books about people on another planet who ride dragons (Anyone who has read the series knows which one I mean by now.) and from then on I wanted to be a dragonrider because for me that meant freedom! I had somewhat of an unhappy childhood, and I read obsessively in an attempt to fill my head with as many good stories as I could – hoping to crowd out all the bad ones.
The POWERFUL blood of JESUS! I was an adult before I truly understood what being “saved”meant – but since that amazing discovery, I have re-dedicated my life to God, and he has changed my heart, my life, my outlook, and my path!
As a writer, you would think it should be easy for me to keep a diary or journal of some sort… and most every writing class you attend advises you to do this very thing. However, the closest thing I have to a diary would be my blog.
Swimming and Escape
I’ve put them together because they both bring the same thing to mind – Dory! I actually found a cute little meme the other day with Dory that said,“Just keep writing.” Of course, I snagged it!
And as for the second word, I can’t hear, see, or say the word “escape” without hearing Dory in my head saying escape – except it sounds more like esscopay.
Kayden entered the palace under a lie, one designed to get her close to the Prince. On the outside, she may look like a princess but beneath the mask, a killer lays in wait — for the perfect moment.
Dvarius was not ready to take the crown, nor was he ready for a wife . . .
But due to his father’s unexpected death and an archaic law — he must find a bride before he is allowed to take his rightful place on the throne.
And the one woman he wants — just might be the one who is there to kill him…
JC Morrows – Bestselling author of YA Christian speculative fiction, drinker of coffee and avid reader – is a storyteller in the truest sense of the word. JC has been telling stories in one form or another her entire life and once her mother convinced her to write them down, she couldn’t stop.
She finished her first speculative fiction novel purely for the enjoyment of her mother – also known as her biggest fan.
She gives God all of the glory for her talent and ability!”And the LORD answered me, and said, Write the vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run that readeth it.” Habakkuk 2:2 KJV