I am almost ready to officially publish That Kiss. I am basically waiting on a day that’s not rainy to have my picture taken for the Author bio page. It may have to be done inside, which is fine too. As I contemplate the thought of the public being able to purchase copies of my book, it occurs to me that I am a little nervous. Not because I don’t think it’s a good story, I know you’ll love it, but because my heart and soul went into writing my “baby” and after it’s out, it’s no longer just mine to read. It’s almost like sending your first born off to college. (Not that I know that feeling yet, kindergarten, yes) Is it weird to be in love with a man you’ve created yourself, out of nothing more than romantic ideas and vague fantasies? (Probably) I rather like controlling what he says and does, unlike most relationships in real life. I remember when I first started the book. I was taking Matt and Chloe in a direction that I didn’t really like when the thought occurred to me; they don’t have to do these things, they can do what ever I want them too. And so the story evolved, sort of on it’s own. I had little control of my over-exuberant fingers tapping away on the keyboard for hours and hours as I shaped one of the best things I’ve ever accomplished in my life. (Besides my kids) I will keep you informed as to the date That Kiss becomes available. Until then, keep dreaming of things you think are out of your reach. You just might find that they’re not so impossible to catch.