Hiding from Christmas by LoRee Peery

Secrets of the past intrigue me. Our DNA includes people who went before us. My mother died at age 48. Her mother seemed old to me at age 40, and she died at 72. I would love to have glimpses of them in their environment as young women, especially watch as they fell...

An interview with Clare Revell

Welcome Clare   Merry Christmas How did you come up with your title? Huge grin. This one is solely Lisa’s fault. We were trying to come up with a title for another book, now named Convergence, and I suggested Watlzing Matilda. Lisa replied that it...

The Unexpected Christmas Gift

The Unexpected Christmas Gift  by Carol James   How much of the book is based in real life? Several years ago, I worked in international sales, and my husband and I attended a trade show in Dusseldorf, Germany. We stayed in the nearby town of Wuppertal. Just...

Clear as Ice – A Christmas Holiday Extravaganza

I wrote CLEAR AS ICE for those whose faith falters when they go through the pain of losing a loved one. In the story, Ethan abandons his belief after his mother’s death. The loss of a loved one is difficult for anyone but in Ethan’s case there was no one...

Interview with Lillian Duncan

Welcome Lillian What is your writing schedule like? I usually write in the morning for anywhere from 2-4 hours. But that time includes more than writing a story because there's lots more to being a writer than writing. Tell us about your hero and heroine. What...

An interview with Ruth Buchanan

Welcome Ruth How did you come up with your title? I finished writing one of my previous releases, Unbreakable, as a hurricane side-swiped my hometown. I fired off an e-mail to my editor, warning her that I might miss my deadline, and wrote the final few scenes...

Interview with LoRee Peery

Welcome LoRee What is the spiritual takeaway for your reader? Actions reveal hearts that are right with the Lord. Is there anything edgy/possibly controversial in your book? His prayer struck as the sexiest thing she’d ever experienced, more intimate than a hug...

What is the thing you love most about writing?

Perhaps what I love best about the writing process is putting into words the thoughts and feelings we all experience but perhaps haven’t been able to articulate ourselves. There’s something incredibly fulfilling about knowing we’ve given people the...

Hiding from Christmas: A Holiday Time-travel Romance

How did you come up with your title? I have a list of titles that I always look at for a new story, and a handful make my list of ten possibilities for my work-in-progress. I often let characters (especially their names), concepts, conversations, settings, conflict,...

Clear as Ice by Penelope Marzec

Hello Penelope   What is your writing schedule like? Many years ago, as an early childhood educator and a mother to three daughters, I got into the habit of writing in the evening. For me, that’s what worked. I settled down every day after all the chores...
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