About the Book:
Photographer, Elyce Scott can make one picture tell a thousand stories. The self-proclaimed “Daddy’s Girl,” is single and successful with a passion for beauty. However, with her father dying of cancer, she embarks on a journey that unearths her fears and swirls her life with conflict. Her happy and independent life turns into a stressful examination of her history with love. To fulfill her father’s final wishes, she must become a wife; except she has no one to consider marrying.
Delivered with Care’s co-owner, Preston Hart, is a reformed playboy. In fact, he’s looking for a connection he could give his all. With no such luck, speed dating becomes a viable option. When he arrives at the venue, he’s immediately taken with a woman he meets at the bar. She’s in a bit of an emotional rut but he finds himself wanting to do whatever it takes to help climb out and into happiness. Even marry her.
Is Elyce ready to give up her independence for a trip to the altar at her father’s request? Will uncovering the secrets of the deceased change the bonds she thought were secure? Can Preston handle devotion when truths start spilling?
Author K.O. McGee is a native of Mississippi. She is a wife and a Pinterest loving mom of one. K.O’s background is in human resources, but her passion includes making my characters come alive in my novels.
She writes passionate, contemporary romance. Her stories feature successful people with realistic situations targeted around love and loss. Her modern twist on classic love stories of two people deserving of their chance at love. McGee’s novels usually center around second chance at love, enemies to lovers, as well as childhood loves.
K.O enjoys listening to old school R&B and often uses playlists to inspire her latest writing project. She has been an avid reader all her life and continues to read between projects. K.O fell in love with writing when she challenged herself to write and publish her first manuscript. McGee has thoroughly enjoyed every part of the publishing process.
Join Us for a Sit Down with K.O
AAMBC: Where do you get your inspiration?
K.O:I get inspiration from music, movies, and tv shows. I enjoy watching people interact which helps me to create new ideas.
AAMBC: When did you realize you wanted to be a published author?
K.O : At the beginning of 2020. I started with five goals that I wanted to accomplish by the end of the year. I have been an avid reader for as long as I can remember. I felt like it was natural from me to want to write my own novel.
AAMBC: What did you learn while writing the book?
K.O: I have learned that everyone will not understand your craft or your processes. You should always trust your instincts and keep and write from the heart. You should write anyway.
AAMBC: Were any of the characters inspired by real people?
K.O.: No, all of my characters are fictional people. They are a combination of people and personalities that I have had the chance to encounter in my lifetime. My imagination serves as creative canvas for my books.
AAMBC: What is your writing process like?
K.O: My writing process is not structured at all. I don’t utilize an outline or any formal tools. I usually began by using a writing application on my phone to quickly jot down ideas or scenes while away from my computer. I then copy and paste the content to my document and add the details.
AAMBC: What advice do you have for other aspiring writers?
K.O: The first advice that I would give is to just start writing. Find a creative space that will allow your thoughts to flow freely. Whether it’s with an outline or just free thoughts, I feel that you should get your ideas out, write now and edit later.
AAMBC: What are some of your goals as a writer?
K.O: As, new writer, I set a goal to publish three books by January. I want to continue to perfect my craft. I also want to connect with more writers and build relationships within the writing community.
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