Lorna Peel, welcome to Romance Lives Forever. Let’s talk
about your book, Only You.
Hollinger, as she is shoved back into the dating world by family and friends,
and discovers that her fantasy love is more attainable than she ever imagined.
side of thirty – as she puts it. Her friends are pressuring her to dive back
dating pool, but she’s content with her quiet life as a genealogy teacher.
charming, rich and famous. When he asks her to meet him, she convinces herself
it’s because he needs her help with a mystery in his family tree. Soon she
realizes he’s interested in more than her genealogical expertise. Now the
paparazzi want a piece of Jane too.
little I made up stories in my head for my dolls to act out. I’ve been writing
those stories down since I was nineteen.I had a contemporary short story
published in Woman’s Way (an Irish women’s magazine) back in 1996. A scan of it
is now up on my Facebook Page and blog. I was doing a writing course at the
time and had to submit a number of short stories to magazines and I was lucky
enough to get one published. The course was interesting but it made me realize
that I prefer to write longer prose and I decided to try and see if I could get
a novel published.
websites as I’m a bit of a news junkie!
inhabit. And then being able to play God with them! *evil laugh*
notes or bits of dialogue in a notebook.
yet, but I’d try and cope by taking regular breaks.
novels, like the Matthew Shardlake series by C.J. Sansom.
one hour to pack and leave, and it starts as soon as you finish this interview.
What will you take with you and where will you go?
I have relatives in both countries and I’d love to visit some day, so I’d have
to buy summer clothes for Australia
(I live in Ireland and we
don’t get summers anymore!) and summer/winter clothes for Canada, depending on the time of
happens to be dry outside, then go for a long walk.
because I do things as fast as possible.”
Please complete the sentences
love it, and I’m not a vegan either, but I can’t eat ordinary cheese so I make
do with the vegan stuff. It’s a bit like old window putty as it doesn’t melt
properly so it just looks like an orange blob but I can’t imagine pizza without
some kind of cheese on it!
ligament in my right knee. It flares up from time to time if I do too much
in a Nativity Play when I was small, but that was the end of my association
explore more of Ireland and
of a book hoarder!