Susan Carlisle is a relatively new friend – I met her on the M&B author loop when she sold her first Medical Romance (which came out this year, yay!), and we have one of my big passions in common, i.e. castles. So you know what’s going to be the topic of conversation when we finally meet up… And there will be proper tea and cake. Most definitely. She’s a bit more well travelled than I am (and did you know she’s ridden a mule into the Grand Canyon and spent the night there? Note to self, grill Susan for book purposes…).
Over to Susan:
50 years old. On average people are half through life. I’ve turned 50 which is okay. It’s the new 30. If it isn’t, it should be.
50 miles per hour. Too fast in town and too slow on the road but a good all-around number not to get a ticket most instances.
50 students. I’m a substitute teacher and that is a lot of students to referee. Fifty is a big number on those school days.
50 horses. That’s a lot to care for, a lot running toward you but what a wonderful bride price that amount would be.
50 people to feed. Super fun fellowship but piles of work for the cook.
50 dollars, 50 million dollars. Okay, the first one means you can’t quit work and the second means you can but you’ll have friends you never knew you had-and other problems.
50 Ways to Leave Your Lover. Remember that old song? Romance writers are about happily ever-afters and that song doesn’t imply that there is an ah-ha moment at the end.
That brings me back to the 50 books Kate has written. In the scheme of things, her 50 is beyond impressive and a goal of which to be proud.
What does 50 mean to you? Susan is giving away a copy of new book, The Nurse She Shouldn't Notice, to one commenter.
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