Deadly Offerings – Book One – Anne Mason thinks she’ll be safe living in the Midwest living on a wind farm left to her by her ex’s mother. She may be dead wrong. Someone is dumping bodies in her corn field and telling Anne they are gifts—for her! And how can she be falling in love with the hot attorney who represented her ex-husband in their divorce proceedings?
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
The goal for good suspense is to make the reader absolutely powerless to stop reading the book.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Don’t give up. You only have one life, so realize your dreams.
Alexa’s journey started in March 2011 when the Sr. Director of Training & Development position she’d held for thirteen years was eliminated. A door closed but another one opened. She finally had the time to pursue her childhood dream of writing books. Her focus is now on writing riveting romantic suspense novels.
She was recently named one of the top 100 indie authors by Kindle Review. A chapter is devoted to her in the book Interviews with Indie Authors by C. Ridgway and T. Ridgway.
Her book Deadly Offerings is Book One of her Deadly Trilogy. The second book of the trilogy, Deadly Deception is available as is Deadly Relations, the final book of the Deadly Trilogy.
Deadly Holiday is her holiday-themed romantic suspense book. If you liked the books of The Deadly Trilogy: Deadly Offerings, Deadly Deception and Deadly Relations, you’ll LOVE this nail-biting, holiday-themed novella where the characters return to search for a lost boy, fight breast cancer, deal with the personal financial impact of a bad economy, and seek a Christmas miracle.
Profile of Evil, the first book of her Profile Trilogy will be available in spring 2013.
Alexa earned two degrees from Indiana State University and currently lives in Florida. She’s a member of Romance Writers of America (national) as well as the Florida Chapter. Her writing support team includes five Miniature Schnauzers, three of which are rescues. As a writer, she is fueled by Starbucks lattes, chocolate and emails from readers.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
After 13 years as a Training Director, my job was eliminated in 2011. A door closed but another one opened. I finally had the time to pursue my childhood dream of writing books. My focus is now on writing riveting romantic suspense novels.