Vicki Lewis Thompson - Writing Place
Today we have the lovely Vicki Lewis Thompson dropping over. She's going to share her writing space with us. How cool!
My living room fireplace is quartz, which is a sparkly stone that aids creativity, so I sit in front of it in my red chair whether it’s cold enough for a fire or not. In summer I fill the firebox with little lights to simulate a fire. I light beeswax candles no matter what the season. My sister found the red glass ball at a yard sale for $5, and I stare into it sometimes when I’m searching for a word or a twist to the plot. I’ve written many, many books sitting here.
Thunder Mountain Ranch was the only place cowboy Cade Gallagher had ever called home. But after he and Lexi Simmons broke each others’ hearts, he left it behind, along with his foster family. Since then, Cade has drifted, looking for something—anything—to call home. Until a call from Lexi changes everything. Cade has been gone too long. His foster mother is hospitalized, and the ranch is in deep financial trouble. Yet even as his world crumbles, Cade’s hunger for Lexi is almost as tangible as the taste of her lips and the way her body fits deliciously against his. It’s bittersweet surrender. But Lexi isn’t the girl she used to be, and she’s determined to have the hot cowboy in her bed only if she keeps him out of her heart.
MORE IN THE SERIES:
Thunderstruck - Thunder Mountain Brotherhood
Rolling Like Thunder - Thunder Mountain Brotherhood
A romance writing career has brought Vicki Lewis Thompson many wonderful things –New York Times bestseller status, an appearance on LIVE with Regis and Kelly, the Nora Roberts Lifetime Achievement Award from Romance Writers of America, thousands of readers, many dear friends, and the cutest little yellow convertible in the world. Her career has also given her work she loves.
Although she’s written more than 100 books, she continues to be fascinated by the many ways that a man and woman fall in love. The age-old story remains a challenging puzzle to be solved anew with each book. That makes her a very lucky person, indeed.