Constance is nearly always to be found with a pencil in her hand making notes for a new story. She has led a varied life and done many jobs from cup washer, lecturer, to new age healer but has always written since she was a child.
A major health scare recently though, made her see life differently, and after years as a part-time writer, she turned full-time, because as she says - life is too short not to do what you love. She has literally climbed a mountain and made many sacrifices to pen her novels and now builds on a fund of wonderful encounters with intriguing people, plus her imagination, to write stories with strong characters and determined and adventurous women.
When asked what kind of genre is her favourite, romance is always the answer because to Constance, romance - whether hot and steamy or sweet and emotional is always at the heart of a good story. She hopes her stories reflect all of life’s facets from the struggling mother at home who finds a way out of poverty, the ardent and often disappointed dieter, to the girl who triumphs over sickness or has the courage to embrace her rather naughty side.
Constance loves listening to snatched conversations, which often gives her a seed to start a story, taking walks, revelling in the mysteries of life and baking and dancing, when she isn’t tapping away at her latest novel, of course.
She loves her fans and their comments, so invites you to please drop a line and if you have a second, pen a review.
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Constance Munday - Three Things for USA Today
Three favorite desserts:
• American pie. Apple pie is often overlooked in a list of favorite desserts as it just so simple and humble, but a really good one is breathtakingly seductive and a real sweet treat. My grandmother's was the best. Made with juicy spiced apples, she sprinkled the top with brown sugar so the crust crystallised into crunchy heaven. Enjoyed with vanilla ice cream it's what I always call perfect snuggle food.
Sweet Secrets will whet your appetite in more ways than one. If you can read this novel without eating even a tiny slice of delicious cake you've done better than me. Constance'...