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I’m 45 years old and I feel like I’ve still got a lifetime of ideas that need to be written. It scares me to think that I may not have the time to write everything I want to write. Most people don’t enjoy thinking about their own mortality but when I do, I usually think about it in terms of my writing. Will I have enough time to produce work that will be lasting? Will I be able to make an impact? I sacrifice so much time, energy and resources to write and produce work of quality, what if all of the sacrifice ends up being meaningless and no one appreciates my work except for me? It would be like throwing a big party and not having any guest show up. I want readers to “show up” and enjoy what I’ve written.
About the Author:
Karen Mueller Bryson is an award-winning screenwriter, produced playwright and published novelist. She has been writing since she learned to read and fell in love with books! Karen is the creator of Short on Time Books, a series of fast-paced and fun novels for readers on the go. When she’s not at her computer creating new stories, Karen enjoys spending time with her husband and their bloodhounds.
Find the author online at:
Short on Time Books: http://www.shortontimebooks.com
In the romantic comedy, One Last Class, thirty-two year old, Zak Spencer, is a washed-up teen idol, who decides to rebuild his life by returning to college in Arizona. Trouble ensues when Zak falls in love with the young professor, Amy Campbell, who teaches the one class he needs to complete his degree.
In the romantic comedy, Twyla’s Last Trip, twenty eight-year old, Lucinda Starr is an uptight research psychologist, whose deadline to complete her doctoral dissertation is completely derailed by her estranged mother, Twyla Starr’s sudden death. Lucinda must take her mother’s ashes on a road trip on Route 66, in order to fulfill the requirements of her will and inherit her fortune. To make matters worse, Lucinda finds herself forced to travel across the country with her mother’s easygoing country lawyer, T.J. Yates, who drives her crazy,and his drooling bloodhound, Dakota, who Lucinda finds revolting.