We go through phases of weddings in our lives.  First we have the weddings of family members.  Older cousins and such.  Then it’s our friends.  Some of us have our own and some of us are the bridesmaids.  Then our friends kids start getting married and our own children.  Weddings are hopeful, a celebration of love and happiness.

What does this have to do with writing?  Weddings are difficult.  You want everything to be perfect.  Perfect dress, perfect flowers, the vows, the cake everything and well do we get anything perfect? Not usually.  Let someone just write it for you.  Tell them what you’d like and let someone script it.  Who better than a romance writer to script a happily ever after.

Next month my story Always a Bride will be part of a Still Moments Anthology.  You’ll have to read it to find out if Alex can find her happily ever after when shes always a bride but somehow still single.

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  1. Lovely photos and I know the story will be awesome. Way to go!

  2. maccrowne

     /  May 14, 2012

    “Always a bride but somehow single.” Great tag line. I’m tweeting it! And I agree with Jill. Those are some gorgeous pics!


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