I have one child in regular school, two children I homeschool, and a toddler. This means I live on a Master Schedule. Before I signed with Decadent Publishing, I got up at four a.m. Now, I get up at three. Not kidding. This gives me two and a half hours of quiet time on the computer before I need to get in the shower. I have to get into the shower by five-thirty a.m. or I won’t have a chance for the rest of the day, because my first child starts the morning stampede at six a.m. During the rest of the day, I’m working on plotting, deciding on character names, and so on while I’m loading the dishwasher, changing diapers, and picking up the eldest child from school with the other three in tow. We’re quite a sight, traipsing through the snow with my European baby buggy.
Kimber An never had enough books when she was a kid and the ones she had didn’t turn out the way she wanted. And so she started writing her own. She also loved babies a lot, but didn’t know how to talk to boys. Instead, she became a nanny and took care of other people’s babies. Finally, she moved to Alaska where she met a boy who understood getting whacked in the head with a wadded up piece of paper meant true love. She married him and now she reads books to her own babies, and is living happily ever after.