Janet, I am so thrilled and honored that you took the time to visit my blog today. I know you are extremely busy so let me get started.
1) Having the huge successes you have had with all your books, especially the Stephanie Plum series, did you ever consider giving up, due to rejection letters?One dark moment, after I'd written three novels over 10 years and couldn't get arrested, I took my box of rejection letters to the front curb and burned them, box and all. The next day, I went out and got a temp job. Four months later, my agent called to say that he'd made a sale and I've been writing ever since.
2) Your fabulous books just keep coming. Where do you find the time to write, blog, make appearances, and everything else you do in a single day?It takes good time management. I start work every day around 6 a.m. and work for at least eight hours, seven days a week. And I don't blog or tweet!
3) How did you ever come up with the Stephanie Plum idea and did you ever imagine this series would be as huge as it is?
Well, first of all, I never imagined it would be as huge as it is today. In 1992, I was primarily a romance writer. I went to the movies and saw a film I really loved -- Midnight Run -- a funny bounty hunter story with Robert De Niro and Charles Grodin. I thought that if I made a protagonist a reluctant female bounty hunter, I might get a good book out of it. That was 21
Thank you again Janet for stopping by. You are a true inspiration to me and many other authors out there. I can hardly wait for November when # 18 will be out!