|(This tiny bridge is legitimately in Connecticut)|
2. Do you have photos or description of Grace and this bridge?
3. Do you ever put yourself into any of your characters?
4. What are you working on now?
5. What are your hobbies?
6. Have you ever shared a photo of yourself with your readers and fans, or has it always been those sexy lips?
7. How long have you been writing and what gives you the desire to write?
8. Have you ever had writers block and whether or not you have had, what do you suggest for those who get it?
9. What is your favorite book of all times?
10. Please share with us your social media and book links::
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My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I am a big fan of Debbie, I have read several of her books, and found that her writing is a very unique style that makes me feel like I am right there, and I fall into a trance while reading her writing, and I cannot put her books down until I am done. She makes you need to find out what is going to happen next, and worry about the characters while you are away from the book, that is how involved you will feel. Least wise, that is how it is with me. She describes everything around the characters, so much so that you can even smell the flower and the fresh air around them.
Now let me share with you my insight of “The Middle of My Bridge.”
As I began reading, I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I knew I wanted to know more because of who wrote this book.
And then right from the start we meet Grace Lillith Watts, who is on the top bestselling romance authors around. This woman is someone who loves to immerse herself in her stories.
From the beginning, Grace tells you how she was led into writing. A story that will stick with you and hit in you in the gut at the same time. You see, Grace was judged by her own Mother’s tell all life with men, and had to make a name for herself much different from the labeled name that her mother had given her by example.
Therefore, Grace decided to immerse herself into creative writing, and the world around her. At least this way, she could get to see the world, and put the people she met into her books, making her books seem more realistic.
However, compliments of Grace’s past, she finds herself unable to move forward and change her love life to something that she wants and dreams it to be.
Setting off to Connecticut, in a small town, which housed a Revolutionary spirit so strong, that General Rochambeau lodged there on his march to meet General Washington in New York. This is where Grace meets the general’s great grandson, Etienne Rochambeau. Grace learns here, that she can take a journey across the bridge. Love always finds a way in, when it is meant to be.
This book will lead you down a path of romance, and visions of traveling that will surely enlighten you as you read. As I stated before, there is no better writer then Debbie, who can make you see and feel what it is that you are reading while you are reading it. This is justifiably a five-star read, and you will be quite happy that you read it once you have completed it. It will leave you happy in the end, because romance wins, and this is what we all need! A truly amazing read from a truly amazing writer!
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