Debby Giusti here!
It's overcast in Georgia, which means it's a perfect day to write suspense. This spring has been a mix of sunny skies and stormy days with dropping temps. For me, the latter lends itself to writing suspense.
I like my stories to take place in chilly weather, either fall or winter. A soaking rain, a gusty blast of wind, hail or snow or sleet...all that inclement weather ups the suspense and makes the characters work harder to achieve their happily ever after. I save the sunshine and flowers for the epilogue when everything has been resolved and the hero and heroine declare their love.
What's your favorite weather for a suspense story?
Wishing you abundant blessings,
THE GENERAL'S SECRETARY
By Debby Giusti
Trusting the Wrong Person Can Be Deadly...
Lillie Beaumont's dark past has just turned up on her porch--fatally wounded. The dying words of the man imprisoned for killing Lillie's mother suggest hidden secrets. Criminal Investigations Division special agent
Timmons agrees. He has his own motive for seeking the truth, and it gives Lillie
every reason to doubt him. But even as they reluctantly begin to face painful
secrets together, Dawson
fears that a murderer is waiting to strike again. And this time, Lillie is
right in the line of fire... Dawson