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Showing posts from April, 2011

Guest Author, Marianne Evans

Today to mark the release of her new short story A Face in the Clouds we have Marianne Evans
Marianne is a multi-published author of contemporary romance novels. Her professional career began when Kensington Publishing purchased her book, Friends & Lovers. Her second offering, Right Hand Man, followed shortly thereafter. Her third release from Kensington, Hannah’s Heart, won critical acclaim from reviewers and in the local media.Her fourth book is her inspirational romance debut at White Rose Publishing – an award-winning novel entitled Hearts Crossing. Hearts Crossing led to the creation of a four-book Christian romance series: The Woodland Series. Book 2, Hearts Surrender, released in late 2010 with Books 3 and 4 – Hearts Communion and Hearts Key, slated for late 2011 and early 2012 release. A Woodland Series Bonus Story, A Face in the Clouds, is an Easter-themed short story, also from White Rose Publishing.Recent awards include:Hearts Crossing:Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence Fi…

Guest Author - Donna B Snow

today I welcome my friend and crit partner and fellow author Donna B Snow. Her debut White Rose novel Daffodils came out on April 8th.

How did you come up with your premise?I love reunion stories, and even more so, I honestly believe we all hold on to at least a little bit of our “first love”. So this is just an extra twist on that.Is there a story behind your book?Not really, although I honestly believe God has one perfect person for each of us, if we don’t get impatient and choose for ourselves.How did the story evolve?Well it actually started out as a sweetheart romance, to fit in with a preconceived story line. But as I was writing, the spirit was continuously nudging me toward the inspirational element that belonged in the story. So after many rewrites, and one final rejection as a sweetheart story, I did a major rewrite, and it became the inspirational story it was supposed to be. I could have saved myself a lot of time by just listening to the spirit to begin with. LOL But it’s …

Author Interview - Loree Peery

Today we have fellow white rose author Loree Peery talking about her new release Rainn on my parade. It released last week and is available HERE and in print and and
How did you come up with your premise? Rainn on My Parade is book two in the Frivolities series. I hadn’t planned a series, but sometimes the characters take over (with a little divine direction, I believe). When Rainn said to Eric in Moselle’s Insurance, “If the daughter looks anything like the mother, you’ve got a good thing going here.”
Is there a story behind your book? How did the story evolve?I’d already planned to write a reunion story with Moselle as the heroine’s name. When the women in my writer’s group critiqued or listened to the progress of that story, they kept talking about how much they liked Moselle’s mother and aunt. So I started thinking about stories for the older widows.For those who are not familiar with this story, would you please give us the blurb?After firefighter Rainn Harr…