Hi, readers! Today I’ve got author Leslea Tash here for a quick and easy chat. I posed one question to Leslea:
Do you keep a journal?
I wouldn’t be a professional writer now if I hadn’t been a journal writer first. About 12 years ago I started blogging publicly in an anonymous journal that was eventually attached to my real name. That led to several nationally syndicated writing opportunities and my own opinion column in a few hundred newspapers, and eventually I even taught a series of classes about journaling. I highly recommend it as a therapeutic tool–and you never know! It might lead you to become a full-time writer, as well.
So, what about YOU? Do you keep a journal or a daily diary?
Leslea Tash is a professional writer published in hundreds of newspapers, magazines, and websites for over a decade. In 2014 she launched a contemporary romance series and a historical Western romance series–her first works of fiction without a pen name!
Check out The Rancher Takes a Wife by Leslea Tash
Chastity Lilly is no flapper. In 1920s New York, she’s determined to find a career as a teacher so she can support her family upstate. But one thing leads to another, and the company she keeps in the big city leads her down a very different path than the one she sought. When she helps a handsome rancher in town looking for his own errant sister, can she turn her act around?
Will she take his offer of a teaching position in Wedlock, Montana and make a brand new start? And if she does, can she–and the rancher–leave the past behind to forge a new future together? Not if the rancher’s sister has her way. This is a sweet historical Western romance. There are no PG-13 or R-rated scenes.