In the grand tradition of things, I am currently cooking up a storm in my house. Luckily, I am smarter than the average bear, and I made the spiced pumpkin mousse and the dough for the rolls last night. One less thing for me to worry about. Now, with the turkey in the oven making my house smell like heaven, I figured I would sit down with you, my lovely readers, and answer a few email questions.
Tina from Chicago asked why I choose to bring Bubbles back to New Mexico. I know, at the end of The Witch's Revenge, I eluded to the next book being set overseas, however, I believe that we have more than enough creepy tales around here to fill an entire series, and I mean to do so. Bringing Bubbles back was a strategic move on my part, and frankly, I feel it was smart. This is a tale that, while well known and repeated in my area, not a whole lot of people know about. The tale of Llorona is a rich and cultured one, and I wanted to expand Bubbles' range, and show a new side to him. I promise, the wait is well worth it.
Devon from San Diego has written to ask me if there will be a sequel to One Stone. No, Devon, I do not think there will be. That story has been told. I will more than likely continue to write on the subject matter, but I feel that Breanna's story has come to an end. However, the subject of abuse and the empowerment of the survivors is a focus of mine, so I am sure that I will always write on this subject matter, to one degree or another. If you liked One Stone, Just Another Bored Housewife will knock your socks off.
I am thankful today for all the blessings I have been given. My writing ability, my tenacity, and of course my family. But most of all, I am grateful for you all, Dear Readers, since without you, I would never have the readers to write for. Happy Thanksgiving to you all, and Blessed Be.