Friday, January 13, 2017

Fast Friday Indie Interviews: L.M. Nelson

L.M. Nelson

Tell me about yourself:

L.M. Nelson is certified teacher and CPR/First Aid instructor.  She enjoys poetry, music, photography, gardening, reading, and nature walks.  Aside from her debut novel, Scrubs, she has written several poems, some of which have been selected for literary magazines and published in a poetry collection entitled World Treasury of Great Poems, Vol. II.  She co-wrote the article, ‘Gifted and Talented Education at the Close of the Decade of the Brain’, which was published in the educational journalPerspectives: Idaho Association of School Administrators, Vol. XVI, No. 1.
L.M. Nelson grew up in California and the Pacific Northwest, but currently resides in South Central Texas with her husband and two children.  She is a member of the Texas Association of Authors, the Texas Authors Institute, San Antonio Writer’s Guild, and Romance Writers of Ameri

Tell me about your current book:

Sand & Sutures, the second book in the Scrubs series, follows Randy Hanson, Jim Ryan, and Bruce Buckman into their residency, where they continue their specialized medical training.  As they work to establish their reputations as physicians, they struggle to find balance between their careers and their responsibilities as husbands and fathers.  Throughout this journey, they celebrate successes, encounter unexpected hurdles, and help each other navigate through some of life’s most difficult challenges.

You will absolutely love the characters in Sand & Sutures.  Join them on their journey and discover why a physician’s life isn’t always beer and pretzels. 

What are you working on now?

Currently, I am finishing revisions and editing on the third and fourth books in the Scrubs series.  I also have two other works in progress also.  A Young Adult fantasy book and an adult crime novel.

Where is your favorite place to be when you write?

I prefer to be alone when I write.  I have less distractions and it’s easier for me to concentrate that way.  During cooler months, it’s nice to write outside, but most of the time, I write while on the comfort of my own couch.

What is your favorite website?

Don’t know that I have a favorite.  I browse around a lot.


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