enjoys running a Scottish bed-and-breakfast with her Aunt Baillie from America.
They specialize in hosting romantic Elizabethan-themed weddings, complete with
resident ghost, Lord Kai. But love is something Rogue is not the least bit
By Kathleen Shaputis
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- What is on your nightstand?
Two lamps – one’s broken but it’s beautiful so it stays as a decoration. A stack of books with my reading glasses on top. There is never not a stack of TBR (to be read) books on my nightstand. The height of it varies at times. It can’t be tall enough to block the reading lamp is my only rule.
- What author would you totally fan?
Janet Evanovich! I even have her book on writing, How I Write: Secrets of a Bestselling Author. Her books are feisty and I adore the few paranormal ones she wrote the most.
- What makes you cringe?
Negativity when someone’s talking. Life is too precious to snipe at others or ongoing whining about things. I’m no goody two shoes – my autobiography would be titled They Killed Pollyanna. But I’ve had the honor, or responsibility, of being at the bedside of both my parents when they passed away and an older brother. The hardest day was the opportunity to hold my three-month-old great grandson after his last breath. Life is priceless. Try and fill each day with gratitude and peace.
- Do you obsessively plot out each point or just go with the flow?
I’m a go with the flow author. I might start to plot a storyline, but the characters are behind the wheel, most of the time. I’m in the backseat along for the ride. Sometimes I might be white knuckled, holding my breath or letting my hair fly in the breeze with all the windows down.
- Is there a word you love to use?
There is! It’s foible or foibles. Such an odd little word to describe a minor flaw or shortcoming in a character or their behavior. My favorite place because of its name is Okanogan, just makes me smile saying it. I don’t know why. And I have a set of fantasy twins named Orion and Orinda. They could live in Okanogan and grow Olallieberries!
This is Juno, my husband’s dog. Half blue tick coon hound, half Labrador. And was supposed to be a truck riding dog, but she hates riding in cars.