The Write Spot: Fran McNabb
Welcome to the second edition of The Write Spot, a bi-weekly author series spotlighting the many and varied places where writers write.
Today, I'm pleased to welcome romance author Fran McNabb to The Write Spot. As a retired English and journalism teacher, writing has always played a big part in Fran's life. Her novels have been published by Avalon Books, Montlake Romance, and The Wild Rose Press. Her historical romance, ON THE CREST OF A WAVE, was a finalist in the 2010 National Readers' Choice Awards.
Fran grew up along the beaches and islands of the Mississippi Gulf Coast. After spending the first years of her marriage in Germany, she and her husband returned to the coast to raise their two sons. Whether it's sparkling waters or snowy mountains, setting plays an important role in her books.
Now that you've shared your photo, tell us what makes it the "Write Spot" for you.
Other than your computer or laptop, what's the one thing you couldn't be without in your "Write Spot"?
I wouldn't want to be without the view, but other than that, I "need" the candy dish filled with fun-sized chocolates!
What are you working on now?
I'm starting a new book set in St. Augustine during the 1800's. It's an entirely new project so I'm not even sure it will come to fruition, but it's exciting to start something new. I'm also waiting on edits from The Wild Rose Press for a book that picks up where SAVING THE CHILDREN ended and follows the life of Max, one of the characters who helped rescue the children. I think it will be named KEEPING HOPE ALIVE.
Where can readers find out more about you and your books?
Readers can visit me at FranMcNabb.com and connect at the following social sites:
Facebook: Fran L. McNabb
LinkedIn: Fran McNabb
Fran's latest book, SAVING THE CHILDREN, is a romantic suspense set in the jungles of South America and published by The Wild Rose Press. Get it now.
After losing her husband and unborn baby in a car accident for which she blames herself, Victoria Lafferty had devoted her life to helping South American children find homes in the United States, but her plans are thrown into chaos by a rebellion in the country. After his mission is compromised and he is shot and captured, Major John Dawson is kept alive so the rebel leader can "take care" of John himself for killing his brother. Together Victoria and John face the hostile jungle and the rebel leader, but will deep-seated guilt and a desire for revenge stand in the way of their life together?
Thanks for sharing your Write Spot with us, Fran!