By PHS Editor and Harlequin SuperRomance author Jeannie Watt
I’m a kitchen table writer. There is an area in my home that I could make into an office—a nice quiet room, with a door I could shut and a desk I could write at—but I prefer to write at my kitchen table, thus my monthly PHS column, Confessions of a Kitchen Table Writer.
November Confession: I can’t wait for the holidays because I’m a candy fiend!
My marriage is what I would describe as perfect in the craving department. My husband is a salt man. I’m a sugar gal. If there are chips or nuts in the house, I don’t bother them, and in return he doesn’t touch my candy stash—when I have one, which leads to another point. When one is a bonafide candyholic, one simply cannot keep candy in the house on a regular basis—thus my impatience for the holidays. Soon I will have pralines, fudge, penuche, because my mother, wonderful woman that she is, makes me candy every Christmas and ships it to me. Once the box arrives, I’m free to eat all the candy I want, because once it’s gone, that’s it until the next year.
Harlequin Superromance author and candy fiend Jeannie Watt lives in rural Nevada and writes fast-paced, character driven stories set in the western United States. To find out more about Jeannie and her books, please visit her website.