How Much of Yourself is in Your Characters?

How Much of Yourself is in Your Characters?

Emergency responder and fantastic friend, McKenna Sinclair shares her journey to #writing on The Sisterhood of Suspense #blog. Stop by for a visit, we’d love to hear from you 🙂

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My first book started as a journal of my experiences as a new EMT working on an ambulance. I wasn’t sure at first what I was going to do with those stories but I felt the need to save them. In a few years I went from EMT to Paramedic and the number of interesting experiences multiplied. I worked closely with a number of fire departments and worked in a firehouse for five years. During that time I became familiar with and close to many different firefighters, ER staff and co-workers who added color to the events. We celebrated our common successes and I was pained when one of them was sick or injured. The worst case, as you may expect, was when we would lose one, and that happened more than it should have. So, on it went through my career as it expanded to Paramedic Supervisor, Clinical…

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An exciting new #Romance and #Suspense #Book tour with @PrismBookTours @AmyJRomine @tarataylorquinn

An exciting new #Romance and #Suspense #Book tour with @PrismBookTours @AmyJRomine @tarataylorquinn

On Tour with Prism Book Tours About the Books Little Angels by Amy Romine Contemporary Romantic Suspense ebook, 256 pages November 18th 2016 by eXtasy Books What if saving little angels meant becoming the monster? When Special Agent Nick McFarlane receives news that his partner of eight years is in trouble, he doesn’t hesitate. Throwing [...]