Lest you think I have any spare space in this room, the closet was already converted into shelving when we moved in. Many more books clutter this wall. And on my door hangs a sign that says, “Caution: Woman at Work. Cook Your Own Meal.”
I love this room and have trouble focusing my thoughts anywhere else. I love to be surrounded by books and writing related materials. I prefer silence when I write so I don’t listen to music. Here’s where I come around five o’clock each morning with a cup of coffee to begin writing my pages for the day. When that’s finished, I do promotional activities, answer email, read through loops and listserves. A writer’s work is never done. Aside from breaks for exercise or lunch dates, I’ll often be in here all day. Outside the window, I can gaze at our tropical landscaping or see who’s strolling down the street. But most often, I am staring at the computer screen to connect with fans or to compose my next page. I love this job.
Warrior Prince: Book One in the Drift Lords Series by Nancy J. Cohen
When mythologist and Florida resident Nira Larsen accepts a job as tour guide for a mysterious stranger, she's drawn into a nightmare reality where ancient myths come alive and legendary evils seek to destroy her. To survive, she must awaken her dormant powers, but the only person who can help is the man whose touch inflames her passion.
After a dimensional rift in the Bermuda Triangle cracks open and an ancient enemy invades Earth, Zohar—leader of the galactic warriors known as the Drift Lords—summons his troops. He doesn't count on a redheaded spitfire getting in his way and capturing his heart. Nira has the power to defeat the enemy and to enslave Zohar's soul. Can he trust her enough to accomplish his mission, or will she lure him to his doom?
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