Song of the Meadowark and more…


Shawn Lamb tagged me in this fun cross-promotional event.

See below my answers to Shawn’s questions about my new book which just released this month.
What is the title of your book?

Song of the Meadowlark

Where did the idea come from for the book?

That’s kind of a funny story. Originally, this book was set in Wyoming. I wanted to do a story with a cowboy so I chose a place where a cowboy would work. But after I finished it, I realized something just wasn’t right. And it hit me! I’ve never been to Wyoming. But I have lived in Georgia my entire life. So I changed the setting to south Georgia and everything began to flow!

What genre does your book fall under?

Song of the Meadowlark is a Contemporary Inspirational Romance.

Which actors would you choose to play your characters in a movie rendition?

I would choose Cobie Smulders for Cora and Michael Stegall for Rex.

What is the one-sentence synopsis of your book?

 When trusting others causes nothing but pain and rejection, and loving ends only in loss, what will it take to restore hope again?

Is your book self-published or represented by an agency?

My book is published traditionally by OakTara. I am represented by Les Stobbe.

How long did it take you to write the first draft of your manuscript?

Oh man, I don’t even know. I think it took me about a year to write the first draft.

What else about your book might pique the reader’s interest?

Song of the Meadowlark’s main character, Cora, is an abandoned woman who is seeking forgiveness from her parents for marrying a man that they knew was trouble. She only comes to this desire after her parent’s suspicions proved to be true. She struggles with fear, rejection, worry and doubt. She longs for love. The right love. It’s only after she realizes that God is the ultimate love that she can start her life over.

To find more authors and learn about their books, click on the links below:

Kathy Harris

Carrie Turansky

Krista Phillips

Trish Perry

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