My first response shouldn't be repeated, but after some heavy thinking and getting on the Zpak for the nasty gunk I was suffering with, I decided to give it my best. I wrote Bait in ten days, picking up characters from Hooked and Impact and sent it off to my agent. Then I headed to the wilds of Alaska not far from where I set Bait.
I was probably more surprised than anyone when my agent sold it. In fact, when I read Bait later during the editing process, it was like reading the story for the first time as I had written Bait in such a flurry of sickness and packing to leave for the summer. I loved this story even more for the conditions in which is was written. These two characters show that angst and struggle that I was feeling and I'm proud of how they worked out their issues and how the suspense unfolded. The suspense was so intriguing, that I later wrote Fireweed adding to Judd and Shayla's story and furthering the plotline.
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