Greetings from Sarah Sundin in California! What a joy to interview a fellow Bay Area author, an amazing lady I’ve had the privilege to get to know over the years, especially at Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference. Jeanette Hanscome is a case-study in humble perseverance, and I’m certain you’ll be inspired by what she has to share!
Jeanette, how many books do you have published? What are a few of your latest titles?
I have written five books, six if you count the short Christmas story that I wrote for Kathi Macias’s 12 Days of Christmas series as a book. (It released as an eBook.) Running with Roselle, which I co-authored with blind 9/11 survivor Michael Hingson, was published in November 2013. My latest release is Suddenly Single Mom: 52 Messages of Hope, Grace, and Promise (published by Worthy Inspired, March 2016). In many ways this felt like my first book, because it was the first one that flowed from my own heart and experience rather than being co-authored or written as part of someone else’s series. Read More →
Greetings from Sarah Sundin in California! Since I’m heading to Texas for the American Christian Fiction Writers Conference (ACFW) in Dallas next week, it’s only appropriate to interview Texan Leann Harris. Leann is a prolific writer, with twenty-one published romance, suspense, and romantic suspense novels published.
Leann, how did you get into writing?
I taught deaf high school students math and science until I had my first child. After the birth of my second child, I started to write. I had stories running around in my head and my husband brought home a TI personal computer and thus my writing career was born. Read More →
Greetings from Sarah Sundin in California! How many times do we writers gripe about interruptions to our writing schedules? After reading Darlene Franklin’s interview, I realize how little I have to gripe about. This lovely multi-published novelist manages to be a productive writer, connect to her readers, and maintain a cheerful attitude—while living in a nursing home. I’m sure you’ll enjoy this chat with her.
Darlene, how many books do you have published? What are a few of your latest titles?
I’ve had forty books published or repackaged, plus another twenty books I’ve contributed stories and devotionals to. February has been an extraordinary month: Barbour released Women of the Bible Devotional and Homestead Brides. I’m also now a hybrid author, so I released My Candy Valentine in time for the holiday, and A Reader’s Journey through Matthew, my first solo devotional, to use for the seven weeks from Ash Wednesday to Resurrection Sunday. Read More →