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Me: I’ve heard you were asked to write a young adult series and you weren’t actually writing or reading in that genre at the time. How did you pull it off?
CC: It was like cramming for finals. In about three weeks, I read twenty YA books. Then, I took a long trip down memory lane to remember what it was like to be sixteen. It wasn’t an easy trip. That’s when… Continue
New York Times bestselling author Christie Craig joins us today on Romance at Random: When I write, the bits and pieces that make up my stories are pulled from my imagination. But my imagination draws from the true-life data filed away in my memory bank. Considering I write about bizarre situations, it should offer a clue to the craziness that happens in my life. In the first scene of The Cop who Stole Christmas, my November 25th release, my heroine, Savanna Edwards, is soaking in a tub with a cup of moisturizing mayonnaise in her hair and a skin-toning Smurf-blue mask on her face. When she hears clanking in her front yard, she leaves her relaxing soak, dons a pink fuzzy robe, and finds a Santa Claus-dressed wrecker driver stealing her car. Savanna’s neighbor,… Continue
Oh my – I think we’ve all had our share of those! Embarrassing moments are most fun when they are about someone else, don’t you agree? Enjoy Christie’s post! The other day I was speeding to my nine o’clock massage appointment. I was half-way there, a five minute drive, but I was five minutes late. That’s when I realized I’d forgotten something. I had to turn back—HAD to! I was just thankful that I’d remembered before I’d arrived at the massage clinic. Oh, and I prayed Hubby was upstairs, and I wouldn’t have to explain.… Continue