Taylor Raven is starting over.
After a few difficult college years, he has decided to finally move away from Havensdale (and away from his father) to take a tennis coaching course in the tiny village of Westerfield.
The peaceful country life is exactly what Taylor needs to get away from it all. However, it is also incredibly lonely living by himself in the middle of nowhere. And no matter how far he runs, Taylor just can’t seem to escape the mistakes of his past.
As he struggles to find any kind of meaningful connection, he comes across a place on the outskirts of the village that will soon change everything. The Apple Inn – a pub run by a curious, slightly eccentric family who welcome Taylor into their world with open arms.
Soon Taylor finds his guard dropping, particularly around the kind and fun-loving son of the family, Benjamin Apple. But the closer Taylor gets, the more he feels compelled to pull away…
Can Taylor ever fall in love again when the one obstacle in his way… is himself?
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Molly: What music, if any do you listen to when you write?
Becky: As well as fiction writing, I am also a published singer/songwriter and music is my life so I am constantly playing music whenever I write. I listen to a huge range of styles including pop, indie, country, alternative and K-Pop, depending on my mood. I also find that very relaxing songs are some of my favourite to write to so I will often listen to artists such as Colbie Caillat, Norah Jones and piano player Yiruma whilst working.
Molly: Are you a full time writer, or part time writer?
Becky: I write and work on other creative projects part-time and the rest of the time I work in a student art shop. I get a lot weeks off during the year though when students aren’t around which is perfect for me to focus on finishing stories.
Molly: Do you hope to one day be a full time writer?
Becky: I would love to be able to write full-time, but I am also conscious of not turning something I love into something that causes me stress and pressure. Earning money creatively can be very erratic and without a steady day job behind you I imagine there is a lot of worry to keep churning out enough material to live on. I would love to get to a point where I could cut my hours down a little, which I don’t think is an unrealistic goal. Or have enough money from writing to travel around the world!
Molly: Do you have a word count per day you try to hit?
Becky: I don’t have a specific word count, but I usually like to get a page or two finished per day.
Molly: When you finish writing a book, how long before you begin writing the next one?
Becky: I usually tell myself I’m going to take a nice long break from writing for a while, then after two days jump straight into the next project…!
My name is Becky Jerams. I was born on 26th June 1987 and I currently live in a little flat by the sea in Southsea, UK.
Over the past few years I have been involved with many different creative projects to do with music and the written word.
As well as music, I have recently delved into the world of Young Adult fiction, which is something that has caught me very much by surprise and somewhat taken over my whole life (in a good way). My debut novel Reasons To Love A Nerd Like Me is now available on Amazon Kindle after reaching 2.4 million hits on the free-read website Wattpad in first draft form.
The story is about a gay teenager named Scotty and his complicated love life. If you would like to know more about the story then please check out the Books page at the top. I have been so inspired by the young people who have read and connected with my story in some way and I hope to continue writing stories about these characters as well as other social issues that affect teens.
I absolutely love hearing from my readers and I post up any fan covers or art I receive on here as well as on my Facebook and Tumblr, so if you have any kind of creation inspired by my stories then please get in touch!