Taming Jenna Releases Today!
Charlene, welcome to Vintage Vonnie. Here sip on some champagne while I tell my guests how you often penned stories featuring a mistreated young girl whose mother accused her of crimes her sister actually committed. Her first serious attempt at writing fiction came in 1980 when she woke up from a vivid dream that compelled her to drag out a portable typewriter and begin writing. She's been at it ever since. Here, try one of these and tell us why you chose the genre you did...
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Here's the opening paragraph to Storm's Interlude.--
swaggered out of the moonlit night toward Rachel. Exhausted from a long day of
driving, she braked and blinked. Either she was hallucinating or her sugar
levels had plummeted. Maybe that accounted for the male mirage, albeit a very magnificent male mirage, trekking toward
her. She peered once more into the hot July night at the image illuminated by
her headlights. Sure enough, there he was, cresting the hill on foot—a naked
man wearing nothing but a black cowboy hat, a pair of boots and a go-to-hell