Today and Wednesday we'll meet our authors of the HISTORIC COVER CLASH.
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Erica's question for you: What has priority when you buy a book? The author, the genre, the story idea, the cover art? Or is it something else?
About the book:
A Bride's Portrait of Dodge City, Kansas
Also available in Kindle.
1. What is your favorite part of the whole book publishing experience? On which part do you spend the most time?
2. Why write historical and where did the idea come from for this book?
4. If you’re browsing in a bookstore and plan to buy a book you’ve never heard of for something different to read, what influences your purchase?
Lacy's question for you: I have always been a dog lover (we have three right now!) and love to read books with animals in them. Childhood favorites included “A DOG CALLED KITTY” (Bill Wallace) and “BIG RED” and “STORMY” by JIM KJELGAARD. I try to include animals/pets in my books when I can. In fact, the dog Wrong Tree in MARRYING MISS MARSHAL is loosely based off of a childhood dog that belonged to my sister-in-law.
Filling the shoes of her late husband as town marshal hasn't been easy for Danna Carpenter. She's not only fighting criminals, she's also fighting to earn the respect of the townspeople. So crossing paths with tenderfoot detective Chas O'Grady is the last thing she needs. He's hunting a band of cattle rustlers and isn't used to the rugged Wyoming landscape. Teaming up is their only option, but when circumstances place them in a compromising situation, the town forces a more permanent partnership—marriage. If they can let down their guards with each other they might find that love is the greatest catch of all.