Jake Jiles was always handy with tools. Despite his love for all things do-it-yourself, he went to college and majored in business to fulfill his parents’ dream. He finally got the courage to leave his corporate job and start his “Honey-Do-4-Hire” business. Less than a year in, he’s already exhausted his savings and still living at home with his mother, but he’s determined to birth his franchise. Consumed with his business and fresh off a breakup, he wasn’t in the market for Mrs. Right. But after completing a job on Valentine’s Day, his potential dream girl, Sky showed up. After a brief chat over her car dilemma, he ignored the chemistry and left without her number. But cupid and God had other plans. After a divine connection, the only thing that stood between Jake and Sky, were funds. Will Jake pursue “Love on a Budget” or miss out because the price is too high?
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What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Write from your heart. Let it pour out, then edit. Try to set writing goals but don’t get so caught up in the mechanics. Readers recognize authenticity. Have a great editor and find the balance between word count and telling a great story!
Norma L. Jarrett is an author, speaker and blogger of Sunday Brunch, The Sunday Brunch Diaries, Sweet Magnolia, Brunchspiration (devotional) and Christmas Beau. Her works have been featured in USA Today, Southern Living, Essence, Ebony, Upscale, Publisher’s Weekly and other media. Among other honors she has received a Certificate of Congressional Recognition for her literary work. She is Married and lives in Houston, Texas. You may learn more at www.normajarrett.net