Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Introducing a New Interview Series!

If there's one thing I love, it's romance novels. And coffee. And chocolate. And... Well, I love a lot of things, but romance is up there! I've been blessed to meet many of my favorite authors, and I'd like for you to get to know them too. What better way to do that than by starting a new interview series??

Starting next week, each Wednesday I'll be featuring the "Writer's Life" series. Expect an exciting line up of inspirational romance authors (historical, contemporary, and suspense), and authors of sweet romance, with an occasional wild card thrown in. 

Because I like to keep things simple, the questions will be the same. Many of the authors have graciously offered to give away a copy of their latest book! Yay!!

I hope you'll find some new-to-you authors to add to your favorites list. I know I've found many a book from online recommendations. :)

We're kicking things off on April 23, 2014 with the fabulous Katie Ganshert! Hope you'll join us!!

What have you read recently? Would you recommend it?

Have a terrific day!


  1. Such a great idea, Jill! Looking forward to it! Gorgeous pic btw.

  2. Jill, what a fun idea! I love it! I'll definitely be stopping in for these interviews and giveaways! Thanks!

  3. This sounds super fun! I finished two books that I'd recommend: Shades of Truth by Sandra Orchard and The Waking Hours by Lis Wiehl. Both romantic suspense.

  4. OH yeah! This sounds like such fun. I love meeting authors and learning about new books. Katie's is toward the top of my pile right now:)

  5. I just started Melissa Tagg's soon to be released Here To Stay. So delightful. Katie's is rising to the top of my TBR pile, too. I'm also enjoying the Harlequin Heartwarming line. The Weather Girl is my current read from that line and it's a fun, sweet romance.

  6. Hi Jill,
    That is a good idea,
    To get to know more about writers and their writings!!
    Great initiative
    Keep coming
    Best Regards
    Philip V Ariel

  7. Great idea, Jill! Looking forward to it.

    Recently read and recommended - Nevil Shute's "Pastoral". Not a new book (unless you call 1944 new) but a lovely romance written in masterful style.

  8. Yeah, Jill, I love the pic too! An interview series is a great way for readers to learn about the different books out there. Good luck!


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