Look for her in the trees enjoying nature’s wonders, traveling to see the latest animal conservations, or at aquariums all around the world. This girl loves nature and all animals. She has many pets and is always adding new additions. The more the merrier in her mind. Sitting under the shade reading a book, letting the world around her pass by, while she is safe in her bubble of imagination. Well that is where she’d love to stay. She is a softball player, can be talked into the occasional Karaoke and loves going out to dance. She is a first generation Canadian living in Ontario. Her family is from Scotland, so finding her in the hot sun for very long is unlikely, but give her rain and thunderstorms and she’s golden.
An Interview with Gracie Wilson
What does your writing process look like?
I just sit and start writing. I usually know where my story is going but sometimes it even surprises me.
Just as your books inspire authors, what authors have inspired you to write?
Jae Hall, she has become a true friend to me.
What authors do you like to read? What book or books hav ehad a strong influence on your writing?
I read Jamie McGuire, Rachel Van Dyken, Abbi Glines, Tijan. Heart On A Chain and Wishing For Someday Soon were huge books of inspiration to me.
What writing advice do you have for other aspiring authors?
Write for you, not for others. If you are happy with your story keep to it. Don’t let others persuade you to change it so drastically. When the day is over you have to live with your novel, no one else.
Any writing rituals?
Music. Always have music. Sometimes I go outside or watch documentaries.
When writing is it with Ballpoint, uniball, fountain pen or Computer? Why?
I write on my Mac, I told myself once I wrote my first book I’d get it. Now it’s all I write on.
What is your least favorite part of the publishing / writing process?
Waiting for it to go live and waiting for the first reviews. Nervous every single time!
Tell us some more about your book?
The Lonely Girl is about love and loss. What happens after, when people are telling you to move on but the guilt is killing your heart. This book was my first novel, I used my personal loss to write this. I know first hand how hard moving on can be. Wrong choices can be devastating.
How can readers discover more about you and you work?
Any last thoughts for our readers?
Enjoy and I love hearing from readers!
BOOKS BY GRACIE WILSON
The Lonely Girl
What if one day you woke up and found your heart had been shattered? You lost the one person you loved more than anything.
What happens when you learn to move on even though you thought you’d never be able to again? Is it worth the risk to try and let someone in? Is it better to be left alone then take the chance of more heartache?
This time will be different. Becca slowly starts to put the shattered pieces of her heart back together only to have it broken again by someone she trusted. Can her heart that was barely healed in the first place be fixed, again?
Becca falls for someone new, but will her heart be safe. Will she survive the secrets that come out from the past? Love is worth the risk. Can she really believe that? The question is: is he worth the risk?
**This book is FREE right now through Amazon!**
(Lonely Girl Series Book Two)
All Becca Potts seems to know is darkness, pain and loss.
Every time she gets ahead another secret or event sends her spiraling back.
Dillon’s attack has left her fighting for all she holds dear.
Now she has to be brave and pick up the pieces.
Hearts will be shattered and love will be rewritten.
Becca has to navigate through the chaos that is plaguing her life and figure out what she wants.
Nothing is going as planned but it never has.
Everything she thought she knew is about to be challenged.
Truths will be exposed.
New threats will be revealed.
Promises will be destroyed and life as Becca knows it is about to be broken.
(Storm Corp Series)
What happens when you stumble upon something you can’t turn a blind eye to? In one blinding instant my life is turned upside down.
During all the chaos that has become my life, I find friendships are tested, loyalties are betrayed and those left whom I love are put in danger or killed.
I can only count on me. Three men are in my life, but they each have their own motives. My only motive is to make it out of this alive. I don’t even know if that is possible
My name is Alexis Storm and my answer to the storm which my life has become is to fight back at all costs – to survive.