Author has written 27 stories for Hardcastle and McCormick, and Stargate: Atlantis.
I just had a short story accepted for publication and have a full manuscript sitting with another editor. Keep your fingers crossed that I'll hear good news. Anyone who wants to stay in touch, you may follow me on Twitter ( @karilemor ) or friend me on FB. Kari Lemor .
Thanks, as always, for all the great support and encouragement you've given me to pursue my writing career.
FYI: RECENT UPDATE: 12/22/12
For any of you who follow me and are so loyal, I want to let you know I may not post much for a while. I am currently writing an original manuscript that I wish to sell (yes, and get paid real money for) and so I am concentrating my efforts on this for now. When I get my Rejection letter I am sure I will be back to writing John and Teyla. I would love to continue my 'R and _" universe and I'm sure at some point I will. I still have to marry Ronon off since he's the last hold out on the team. And Teyla needs to have John's baby. But I'm still working on what complication could arise because you know that nothing in the Atlantis universe ever goes smoothly. Thank you so much for all your continued support. It's what makes me keep writing.
I am a romantic at heart so many of my stories will have some form of romance in them. Sometimes subtle and sometimes not so subtle, maybe even down right steamy. But always tastefully so. (I hope)
If there's no romance then there will be some other form of deep relationship stuff. I find it's what I'm best at. And I love telling stories from many different perspectives. I love seeing my favorite characters through the eyes of others. But some stories will be from only one perspective if the character is pushy enough to make me do it that way.
Occasionally I am sleep deprived and will write something silly.
If you look at my stories you can tell that John Sheppard is one of my favorite characters and I love stories that show him and his family, be it his father, brother or Teyla and the kids.
And I have finally admitted that I think I am addicted to writing (something I never would have thought a million years ago when I was in school). And I am even more addicted to seeing how many people read my stories and leave me reviews.
When I get lots of reviews, it feeds my muse and she pushes me to write more and then sometimes she has baby muses who attack me while I sleep or while I'm in the car on long trips and they keep pestering me to write stories even though I'm in the middle of one already. It can be very annoying but I usually listen.
Thank you so much to all the people who have been so generous with reviews for my stories. You are the reason I continue to write more. Keep it up!!