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Tag Archives: Character Interview

Sarah’s Cowboy.

Terry Irene Blain, welcome to Romance Lives Forever. Let’s talk
about your book, Sarah’ s Cowboy – The New Year’s Eve Club.
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Buy links (coming soon): http://www.BoroughsPublishingGroup.com
Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group
Cover artist: Kim Killion
Length: 37,000
Heat rating: moderate
Tagline: Sarah Jane Alexander is in for the ride of her life.
Blurb:
Practical school teacher Sarah Alexander decides she’d like a
little adventure. She signs on as a teacher on a western movie set and meets cowboy
stuntman Kit Stewart. The man is adventure with a capital A and Sarah just might
get more than she bargained for.
What are your main characters’ names, ages, and occupations?
Sarah Jane Alexander – late 20’s, a high school history teacher
hoping to get a college teaching job.
Christopher ‘Kit’ Stewart – age 31, a movie stuntman, working
his first job as the stunt coordinator.

Interview with Sarah Jane Alexander

Tell us about yourself. What are you like?
I enjoy being a history teacher. I believe that we need to know
where we came from so that we have a foundation to choose where we want to go in
the future.
What do you think is your strongest point?
To relate the past to the present and making history interesting.
Do you have a weakness?
I tend to be a little too concerned about what other people think.
What drives you to do the things you do? What makes you want
to be the “good guy?”
I know that being nice is a little boring, but doing good can
make you feel good.
What’s your favorite guilty pleasure?
Watching old western movies on television.
If you didn’t know how old you were how old would you be?
Probably about 26, having just finished my Master’s and the world
looked open to all possibilities.
A biography has been written about you. What do you think
the title would be in six words or less?
My Teacher Makes History Interesting.
If money were not an object, where would you most like to
live?
In a resort town in the hills, not too far from a major city,
with lots of trees and maybe just a little snow in the winter.
What song would best describe your life?
This Kiss by Faith Hill
If you were a tool, what would people use you to do?
A pencil, useful and practical.
Picture yourself as a store. Considering your personality
and lifestyle, what type of products would be sold there?
Books, sporting equipment, movies and needlework.
As a child, what was your favorite thing about school?
Getting good grades.
If you came with a warning label, what would it say?
Trivia dispensed without asking.

Please Fill in the Blanks

I love pizza with onions, green peppers and black olives.
I’m always ready for a good book or movie.
When I’m alone, I eat chocolate and watch old movies on television.
You’d never be able to tell, but I like riding on motorcycles.
If I had a halo it would be on
straight, but would need a little polishing
.
If I could afford it I’d travel the world.
I can never go on a roller coaster because I’d get
sick
.

About the Author

New Year’s Eve Club Authors
Terry Irene Blain was lucky enough to grow up in a large
Midwestern family with a rich oral tradition. As a child she heard stories of ancestors’
adventures with Indians, wildlife, weather and frontier life in general, so she
naturally gravitated to the study of history and completed a BA and MA then taught
the subject at the college level. Married to a sailor, now retired, she’s had the
chance to live in various parts of the country as well as travel to foreign places
such as Hong Kong, Australia, England and Scotland.

Previous Books:

Kentucky Green
Colorado Silver, Colorado Gold

Books Coming Soon:

Sarah’s Cowboy (The New Year’s Eve Club)

Find Me Here

New Year’s Eve Club Facebook site: https://www.facebook.com/TheNewYearsEveClub

Jackie Leigh Allen, welcome to Romance Lives Forever. Let’s talk
about your book, A Real Man, Book Two of the New Year’s Eve Club.
Genre: Contemporary
Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group
Cover artist: Kim Killion
Length: 32,800
Heat rating: moderate
Tagline: Five women. One night. One year to get it right.
Blurb: Can a young widow trust her happiness to her former high
school sweetheart?
What are your main characters’
names, ages, and occupations?
Melissa Martin Hall, approaching 30 years old, returned to graduate
school after the death of her husband.
Matt Conroy, over 30 years old, EMT.

Interview with Melissa Martin Hall

Tell us about yourself.
What are you like?
I’m a good student, a good friend and I was a good wife. Now
I’m ready to have a little fun.
What do you think is your
strongest point?
I’m flexible, but you know the trouble with that is you can get
into some very awkward positions.
Do you have a weakness?
Sure. I try to keep from making waves. Matt’s trying to get me
to kick up some surf.
What drives you to do
the things you do? What makes you want to be the “good guy?”
I took the easy path, but now I’m looking for a little danger.
I’m tired of being the “good girl.”
What’s your favorite guilty
pleasure?
Chocolate and wine and Matt.
If you didn’t know how
old you were how old would you be?
I used to wish I were back in college before I made a bad decision,
but right now I’m having so much fun I want to be the age I am.
A biography has been written
about you. What do you think the title would be in six words or less?
Learning to Love Life
If money were not an object,
where would you most like to live?
Well, I live in La Jolla,
California and I can’t imagine anyplace
better.
What song would best describe
your life?
The Boy is Mine
If you were a tool, what
would people use you to do?
I used to think, fix things, but now I’d say I’m a conduit to
happiness.
New Year’s Eve Club Authors
Picture yourself as a
store. Considering your personality and lifestyle, what type of products would be
sold there?
Sexy lingerie.
As a child, what was your
favorite thing about school?
Getting the right answer first.
Tell us an embarrassing
story that has to do with a pet. If you have no pets, a story about a significant
other will do.
Well, this is embarrassing at its most fundamental level – I
was such a pleaser that I did what my now deceased husband wanted until I lost myself.
One of the first things I did when we split up was to cut my hair. At first it felt
like a rebellion, but it was a step on the way to get me back to myself. My real
self.
If you came with a warning
label, what would it say?
Now – Too hot to handle.

Please Fill in the Blanks

I love pizza with anchovies.
I’m always ready for love.
When I’m alone, I sing
and dance to the radio.
You’d never be able to
tell, but I’m fragile.
If I had a halo it would be red and sparkly.
If I could surf
I’d do it every day
I can never quit learning
because there’s always something new I wonder about.

About the Author

I have been writing forever it seems. As an only child I had
many imaginary playmates and wrote stories where, of course, I was the heroine.
When I discovered boys, the stories got more interesting.
After nursing school I went to the University of Illinois
where I met my husband. After we moved to Southern California,
we raised three children and I enjoyed being a school nurse.
Now I love to write about heroines and heroes who overcome problems
and find a happy ending. If a little murder and mayhem get it the way, that’s life.
When I’m not writing, I’m reading, traveling, and playing with my grandson.

Previous Books

Win’s War, Nina’s Niche, Carol’s Choice, Sherry’s Success, An
Officer and a Gigolo, First Impressions
Jackie Leigh Allen

Books Coming Soon

A Real Man, Book Two in the New Year’s Eve Club series

Find Me Here

NEW YEAR’S EVE CLUB Facebook page: https://facebook.com/TheNewYearsEveClub?ref=hl
Love at First Snow.

Jami Davenport, welcome to Romance Lives Forever.
Let’s talk about your book, Love at First Snow.
Genre: Contemporary Romance (Holiday Romance, Christmas Romance, Lunchbox Romance)
Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group
Cover artist: Chris Keeslar
Length: 13,050 words
Heat rating: 3 out of 5
Tagline: A Christmas Miracle
Blurb:
Four years ago, NHL defenseman
Blake Daniels lost his entire family in a floatplane crash. This Christmas a snowstorm
and a small gray kitten will lead him to life, love, and a whole new shot at happiness.
What are your main characters’ names, ages, and
occupations?
Dr. Sarah Whitney (32) Veterinarian
Blake Daniels (34) Former NHL Hockey Player

Interview With Blake Daniels

Tell us about yourself. What
are you like?
For a long time, I was
driven and focused on my hockey career. After the tragedy four years ago in which
I lost my entire family, I spent the next four years floundering like a ship lost
at sea. My career went down the tank, and my personal life was even worse. Meeting
Sarah this Christmas changed all of that. Now I have a direction and a future that’s
bright. I’ll be opening a little bistro on one of the islands (San Juan Islands) because I love to cook.
What do you think is your strongest
point?
I think my kindness
to animals and others.
Do you have a weakness? (If
so, what do you think it is? What does your lover think it is? What does your enemy
think it is?)
I think my weakness
is my tendency to close up when things get tough and keep everything inside. I’m
pretty sure she’d agree with that, though she’s better at getting me to open up
than anyone else I’ve ever met except my mother. The only enemies I’ve ever made
were on the ice. They’d say I was a ruthless hockey player in my earlier days.
What drives you to do the things
you do? What makes you want to be the “good guy?”
I was raised by a loving,
caring family and parents who set a good example for me every day of their lives.
I constantly strive to be the son who would make them proud.
Forward Passes
What’s your favorite guilty
pleasure?
A naked Sarah and warm
chocolate fudge at the same time.
If you didn’t know how old you
were how old would you be?
About sixteen when I’m
with Sarah.
A biography has been written
about you. What do you think the title would be in six words or less?
He overcame Tragedy
to Love Again
If money were not an object,
where would you most like to live?
Right where I am (Washington State’s
San Juan Islands)
What song would best describe
your life?
Garth Brooks’ “The Dance”
If you were a tool, what would
people use you to do?
I’d be a hammer because
I hope I’d be used to build things and make life better.
Picture yourself as a store.
Considering your personality and lifestyle, what type of products would be sold
there?
Definitely a grocery
store, but one that sold hard-to-find items and fresh produce.
As a child, what was your favorite
thing about school?
After the final bell
rang and going to hockey practice.
Tell us an embarrassing story
that has to do with a pet. If you have no pets, a story about a significant other
will do
.
My sister had a schnauzer
that had it in for me. One time at family reunion, he peed on my jeans’ leg. I never
noticed it but everyone else did. My brother managed to get it all on video.
If you came with a warning label,
what would it say?
Beware, this man will
seduce you with whispered promises and great food.

Please Fill in the Blanks as Blake

I love pizza with all meat.
I’m always ready for dinner and sex.
When I’m alone, I like to read or watch sports.
You’d never be able to tell, but I’m actually
pretty romantic.
If I had a halo it
would be surprising.
If I could go back and win the Stanley Cup I’d be
one happy man.
I can never forget because they meant
too much.

About the Author

An advocate of happy
endings, Jami Davenport writes sexy romantic comedy, sports hero romances, and equestrian
fiction. Jami lives on a small farm near Puget Sound with her Green Beret-turned-plumber
husband, a Newfoundland
cross with a tennis ball fetish, a prince disguised as an orange tabby cat, and
an opinionated Hanoverian mare.
Jami works in IT for
her day job and is a former high school business teacher and dressage rider. In
her spare time, she maintains her small farm and socializes whenever the opportunity
presents itself. An avid boater, Jami has spent countless hours in the San Juan Islands, a common setting in her books. In her opinion,
it is the most beautiful place on earth.
Jami Davenport

Previous Books

Fourth and Goal (Book
1 in the Seattle
Lumberjacks Series)
Forward Passes (Book
2 in the Seattle
Lumberjacks Series)

Books Coming Soon

Down by Contact (Book
3 in the Seattle
Lumberjacks Series)

Find Me Here

What a Texas Girl Wants.

Kristina Knight, welcome to Romance Lives Forever. Let’s talk
about your book, What a Texas Girl Wants.

Genre: Contemporary Romance
Buy links:
Publisher: Crimson Romance
Cover artist: Crimson Romance
Length: 52,000 words
Heat rating: Sensual
Tagline: What happens in Mexico
doesn’t always stay in Mexico
Blurb:
Kathleen Witte is a down-to-earth girl. She has to be, with the
family ranch on the verge of success. After seven months of keeping it all together
by swearing off men, however, Kathleen needs a bit of fun in the sun. Waking up
with a husband she can’t remember isn’t how she planned to blow off steam.
The last thing Jackson Taylor wants in his life is a down-to-earth
girl. He has four weeks of freedom in which to find his birth mother. He’s done
well avoiding commitment until now, so when he wakes up on a Mexican beach with
Kathleen his first reaction is curiosity. When he spies the matching wedding rings
on their left hands curiosity turns to concern.
Neither Jackson
nor Kathleen want to stay married, but when her family shows up, they have no choice.
Once back in Texas,
however, can they keep this all-business marriage from turning into an all-consuming
love?

Interview with Kathleen Witte

Kathleen, tell us about
yourself. What are you like?
I’m a Texas
girl, born and bred, which makes it kind of funny that I fell for a city boy. But
then, Jackson was a Texas boy at one point! I train horses and live
on the same ranch where I grew up.
What do you think is your
strongest point?
My determination. I set a goal and I go after it whole-heartedly.
Do you have a weakness?
(If so, what do you think it is? What does your lover think it is? What does your
enemy think it is?)
Sometimes I become so focused on a goal that I miss the point
of living life. That’s what led me to Mexico, which wound up being a good
thing. But at the time, Mexico
felt like the biggest mistake of my life! Jackson
will say my greatest weakness comes when he does this kissing thing on the back
of my neck…
Saint’s Devilish Deal
What drives you to do
the things you do? What makes you want to be the “good guy?”
I think my drive comes from my grandfather, and my father to
a certain extent. Dad wasn’t always around when I was little, so I started trying
new things to get his attention. That didn’t always work, but my boldness did capture
my grandfather’s attention. Him being proud of my accomplishments keeps me trying
for even bigger goals.
What’s your favorite guilty
pleasure?
Dark chocolate with sea salt. I know dark chocolate is technically
better for us than milk chocolate…but it tastes so good I feel guilty enjoying it.
If you didn’t know how
old you were how old would you be?
Tough question. I think I’d like to be 28. Because at 28 I’d
be old enough to know better…and still young enough to get away with doing some
bad things…ha!
A biography has been written
about you. What do you think the title would be in six words or less?
Kathleen Witte, An Ordinary Girl.
If money were not an object,
where would you most like to live?
Texas,
exactly where I am. I’m a very lucky girl – I grew up in the best place in the world,
and now that I’m grown up I get to do the thing I love (train horses) and live there
with the best guy in the world (Jackson).
He comes and goes a little bit, because of his work, but Texas is definitely part of our lives.
What song would best describe
your life?
I’m Just a Girl by Deana Carter
If you were a tool, what
would people use you to do?
Get the job done! I’m the type of person who can’t quit on a
task. I’m a hard worker…so I guess I’d make a good hammer.
Picture yourself as a
store. Considering your personality and lifestyle, what type of products would be
sold there?
A little bit of everything. Saddles and tack, girlie dresses,
boots. I’m a General Store kind of girl.
As a child, what was your
favorite thing about school?
The day being over! I wasn’t a bad student and school wasn’t
hard for me, but I had so much more fun on the ranch that I wished every day for
the 3 o’clock bell to ring.
Tell us an embarrassing
story that has to do with a pet. If you have no pets, a story about a significant
other will do. ^_^
Probably one of my most embarrassing moments happened when I
was visiting U-TEP on a college preview weekend. I’m a small town girl and the campus
was huge, but I was so confident that I couldn’t do anything wrong! So I’m wandering
around the campus, not paying attention to where I’m going and I slammed into this
photographer guy – who was none other than my childhood crush, Jackson Taylor. I
had no idea what he was doing there and I was a little snippy with him. I broke
his camera…and it was just bad. That did not lead to us falling in love and living
happily ever after, not for a while. And he still teases me about that day!
If you came with a warning
label, what would it say?
Warning: Contents are Combustible.

Please Fill in the Blanks as Kathleen

I love pizza with extra cheese.
I’m always ready for a picnic.
When I’m alone, I think about my next To Do list.
You’d never be able to tell, but I’m usually nervous.
If I had a halo it would be crooked.
If I could turn back time I’d ask Jackson out way back in college.
Kristina Knight
I can never eat chocolate because I would never stop.

About the Author

Once upon a time, Kristina Knight spent her days running from
car crash to fire to meetings with local police–no, she wasn’t a troublemaker,
she was a journalist. When the opportunity to focus a bit of energy on the stories
in her head, she jumped at it. And she’s never looked back. Now she writes magazine
articles by day and romance novels with spice by night. She lives on Lake Erie with her husband and three-year-old daughter. Happily
ever after.

Previous Books:

The Saint’s Devilish Deal

Books Coming Soon:

What a Texas
Girl Needs
What a Texas
Girl Dreams

Find Me Here

Website: http://kristinaknightauthor.com
Blog: http://kristiknight.blogspot.com
Twitter: http://twitter.com/authorkristina
Facebook: http://facebook.com/kristinaknightromanceauthor
Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/authorkristina

Charlie Cochrane, welcome to Romance Lives Forever. Let’s
talk about your book, Tumble Turn.

Genre: Contemporary m/m romance
Publisher: MLR
Cover artist: Deana C. Jamroz
Length: 84 pages, 28,000 words
Heat rating: Mild
Tagline: Winning isn’t everything…except when everything rides
on being first.
Blurb: Ben Edwards is the rising star of British Paralympic swimming,
with a medal at London 2012 firmly in his sights. Love isn’t going to be allowed
to get in the way — until he meets Nick, who proves to be a big distraction from
training. With his times sliding, and a family illness, to worry him, it looks like
Ben’s Olympic dreams are in tatters. Until Nick comes up with the most outrageous
incentive for winning.
What are your main characters’ names, ages, and occupations?
Ben Edwards is 21, has
just graduated with a degree in Psychology from Cardiff University,
and is a professional paralympic swimmer, on the elite funding programme.
Nick Prior is 22, in
his last year studying languages at Warwick
university.

Interview with Ben Edwards

Tell us about yourself.
What are you like?
Ben: A bit shy (no, honestly) and a bit lacking in self confidence
at times. You might think that’s a load of rubbish, if you’ve seen me tearing up
the pool and punching the air like mad when I win. But if you’ve watched my post
race interviews and seen how tongue tied I get maybe you’d believe it.
People tell me I’m good looking, but if I look at myself in the
mirror first thing of a morning or when I’ve just finished a hard training session,
I’m not so sure. My physique’s good though, even my dodgy left hand side.
What do you think is your
strongest point?
Ben: Determination. I’ve always believed in having dreams and
trying to make them come true. Right from when I heard that London was getting the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics,
I wanted to take part.
Do you have a weakness?
(If so, what do you think it is? What does your lover think it is? What does your
enemy think it is?)
Ben: I suppose most people would say my cerebral palsy was a
weakness, but I wasn’t brought up to think of it as that. Nick would agree—it just
makes me different, in the way he’s different because he can’t spell to save his
life. I’d say my Achilles’ heel is being too easily distracted, like Nick distracted
me in the run up to the Paralympics. My coach would have the same opinion. (Don’t
you make out I’m implying my coach is my enemy!)
What drives you to do
the things you do? What makes you want to be the “good guy?”
Ben: Because what’s the alternative? I guess my mum and dad brought
me up to think about other people and to always try to do the next right thing.
Maybe I’m naive but I can’t imagine doing anything different.
What’s your favorite guilty
pleasure?
Ben: Biscuits, especially custard creams or chocolate Hob Nobs.
If you didn’t know how
old you were how old would you be?
Ben: I don’t think I understand the question. Does it mean what
age would I ideally be? Forever 21 I suppose.
A biography has been written
about you. What do you think the title would be in six words or less?
Ben: Touching First. (Because I always want to be first to touch
the wall in my races.)
If money were not an object,
where would you most like to live?
Ben: Maybe one of the great big houses at Sandbanks, near Bournemouth, where we used to go on holidays when I was a
little boy. Or a really posh flat at Cardiff
Bay, so I could get my swimming
training in. Either would do, so long as Nick could get over easily enough to visit
me.
What song would best describe
your life?
Ben: It would be too much of a cliché to go with “I am What I
am”, although you can’t imagine what a buzz I got when they used that in the Paralympic
opening ceremony. “Ain’t no Mountain High Enough”, maybe, because I like overcoming
challenges. Had plenty of practice!
If you were a tool, what
would people use you to do?
Ben: Um, clean their cars because I’m great in the water?
Picture yourself as a
store. Considering your personality and lifestyle, what type of products would be
sold there?
Ben: I’d be one of those stores that sell all sorts of fun things.
Like Hawkin’s Bazaar used to. Sports stuff, games, puzzles, jokey things. That’s
me to a t.
As a child, what was your
favorite thing about school?
Ben: Playtime, of course. I was clever enough that lessons weren’t
that hard work, but once the bell went and we could let off some steam – playing
football or just haring around the playground – I was happy as a pig in dirt.
Tell us an embarrassing
story that has to do with a pet. If you have no pets, a story about a significant
other will do. ^_^
Ben: This is really
embarrassing. When I was little I tried to shave our dog, because I thought his
hair was too long. Luckily dad caught me and put a stop to things. The dog was such
a daft thing he just let me!
If you came with a warning
label, what would it say?
Ben: “Dangerous when wet”?

Please Fill in the Blanks as Ben Edwards

I love pizza with ham and pineapple.
I’m always ready for watching sport. Live or TV, bring it on!
When I’m alone, I play games on my laptop. I’ve always been a
bit of a games nerd.
You’d never be able to tell, but I got straight A grades at A
level.
If I had a halo it would be stuck
on, so I didn’t lose it.
If I could fly, I’d give up swimming.
Maybe.
I can never be a boxer because my left side has a habit of going
weak on me.

About the Author

As Charlie Cochrane couldn’t be trusted to do any of her jobs
of choice—like managing a rugby team—she writes. Her favourite genre is gay fiction,
predominantly historical romances/mysteries. She lives near Romsey but has yet to
use that as a setting for her stories, choosing to write about Cambridge,
Bath, London and the
Channel Islands, all of which are places she knows
and loves well.
Charlie’s a member of the Romantic
Novelists’ Association, Mystery People and International Thriller Writers Inc, with
titles published by Carina, MLR, Noble Romance and Cheyenne. Charlie’s Cambridge Fellows Series,
set in Edwardian England, was instrumental in her being named Author of the Year
2009 by the review site Speak Its Name.

Find Me Here

Facebook: CharlieCochrane
Twitter: CharlieCochrane
Other sites: Goodreads
Whisper of Time.

Today’s guest interview is with Gwynn Powell, from the book The Whisper of Time, by Ute Carbone. We’ll start with a bit about the book, look at an excerpt, and jump straight into the interview from there.

Book title: The Whisper of Time
Author: Ute Carbone
Genre: Time Travel Romance
Publisher: Whispers Publishing
Cover artist: Elaina
Length: 67 pages
Heat rating: Sweet/Sensual
Tagline: Love Beyond the Bonds of Time
Blurb: When fate offers Gwynn Powell a chance to start over,
she jumps at the chance. Laid off and living with a husband whose gambling problem
has eaten through a good part of their savings, Gwynn buys a farmhouse sight unseen,
leaving both her marriage and her old home behind.
But fate has more in mind for Gwynn than just a new home. The
farmhouse, tucked away in the Green Mountains of Vermont where even GPS can’t find
it, is also a step back in time. And Slate Peck, the farm’s caretaker and part owner,
is tied to Gwynn’s destiny in ways she never expected.
What are your main characters’
names, ages, and occupations?
Gwynn Powell, 28, veterinarian, Slate Peck, 28, farmer

Interview with Gwynn
Powell

Tell us about yourself. What are you like?
I love animals, which is why I became a vet. I have two pets
of my own, a dog and a cat. I like to seize the moment and I believe in living for
today.
What do you think is your strongest point? I’m pretty good at
“rolling with the punches” and turning to do whatever it is life hands me.
Do you have a weakness?
(If so, what do you think it is? What does your lover think it is? What does your
enemy think it is?)
I sometimes jump into things without thinking things through.
I’m pretty sure others would agree.
What drives you to do
the things you do? What makes you want to be the “good guy?”
I trust my gut. A lot. So I tend to go with it. I want to be
content in my life, I want that for the people I love also.
What’s your favorite guilty
pleasure?
Hmm, I really like baking. It’s something I’m new to and still
learning. I baked muffins the other day. Next up, I might try some bread. Sky’s
the limit!
If you didn’t know how
old you were how old would you be?
A lot older I guess. Sometimes I feel like I’ve been around for
the better part of forever.
A biography has been written
about you. What do you think the title would be in six words or less?
The woman who found timeless love.
If money were not an object,
where would you most like to live?
Oh, I love where I’ve moved to. The farm in Vermont is a dream come true.
I wouldn’t want to be anywhere but right here.
What song would best describe
your life?
Hmm, probably “You and I will meet again” by Tom Petty.
If you were a tool, what
would people use you to do?
Let’s see… I would be mixer. A hand mixer used to blend things
together and make something delicious.
Picture yourself as a
store. Considering your personality and lifestyle, what type of products would be
sold there?
Oh, that one’s easy. I’d be an Agway, with lots of food and supplies
for pets and farm animals.
As a child, what was your
favorite thing about school?
I loved reading—my favorite books were about animals.
Tell us an embarrassing
story that has to do with a pet. If you have no pets, a story about a significant
other will do. ^_^
My cat, Miss Kitty, once jumped onto my head while I was driving
and nearly caused an accident.
If you came with a warning
label, what would it say?
Do not shake.
Please Fill in the Blanks
I love pizza with mushrooms and peppers.
I’m always ready for anything!
When I’m alone, I tend to daydream a lot. I also talk to my
pets and the animals on the farm
.
You’d never be able to tell, but I’m pretty tough when I need to be.
If I had a halo it would be silver and very sparkly.
If I could fly I’d do it.
I can never leave the farm because my heart (and love) is here.

About the Author

I’m a novelist and sometimes poet who lives in Southern New Hampshire. I’ve been married to the same great
guy for a lot of years. We have two grown sons. I love hiking, skiing, and generally
communing with nature. I’m a big fan of chocolate, theater, and really good stories.

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