I hope to get another regency series published via the traditional route and I hope to write some short stories. I would also like to write some non-fiction, something that provides hope and encouragement to others. Any kind of pasta with just about any kind of sauce. Pizza is a staple. Coffee is a must.
Chocolate is impossible to ignore. This website features musicians as well as writers. Do you have musical, as well as literary, talent? Ha, ha!
Jillian Kent – Real Life Romance & Excerpt- Part 2 of 2
Absolutely not! I am not musical. But I love to listen to music and have always wanted to play the tambourine. That seems like a different world of talent to me. If you were a song, what kind of song would you be?
In the story that is your life, are you the strong, female lead; the girl next door; the mysterious woman behind dark glasses; the super heroine; or the little girl trying to walk in high heels? But I want to be the mysterious woman behind the dark glasses. Please tell us about your pets, if any, or your favorite pet as a child. Always have been.
Interview and Giveaway with Author Jillian Kent
I grew up on a farm with horses and learned how to ride when I was seven. My dog Boo-Boo died a couple of years ago and I still miss him. He looked like a Bichon and was half brother to Bandit.
My entire family are animal lovers and critters of one kind or another can always be found in my books. Thanks, Jill! Thanks for having me, Kathy. For more information about Jill, visit her website. To purchase Mystery of the Heart , logon to:. Good Morning Kathy! Thanks for having me as your guest. I always enjoy visiting. And Karen, thanks for your interest in the book.
I would love to read this book! Thanks for the giveaway and the great interview!
Jasmine A. And Kathy, thanks so much for having me visit. I appreciate it. Blessings, Jill. Previous Next.
What sparked your writing journey? I was thrilled to have a small wedding, about one hundred guests. I had family and friends there from Pennsylvania and Randy had family and friends there from West Virginia. And then we had our new friends in attendance from Cincinnati. It was a fun group. The minister who married us was a big guy, taller than my six foot two hubby. All the guests were assembled. I had four bridesmaids including the my maid of honor. We each lighted candles with our parents.
Jillian Kent ~ Mystery of the Heart – Kathy Harris Books
I actually found one of me and my mom. My mom gave me away at the wedding because my dad died many years before that time. J He was so nervous he thought it was time to wrap the whole thing up. Anyway, the wedding and reception were lots of fun. I have a question for all of you that visit this post.
Do you think this would be of interest to readers or not? A pair of green eyes, wide with concern, locked on her. A strong chin, straight nose, and clean-shaven face provided him the good looks of a gentleman in a Van Dyck portrait. She felt the heat of a sudden blush, and not trusting her voice held her tongue.
Apology etched his handsome face. Madeline sucked in a deep breath to calm her nerves and brushed her skirt free of imaginary grime. Madeline turned back to him. The sudden urge to chuckle surprised her, but instead of laughing, she molded herself into a woman of politeness and poise. The blare of the hunting horn filled the air. The fine gentleman tipped his hat and disappeared into the crush of riders. Does he look familiar to you? Could it be that you just met a gentleman of importance with no introduction from me at all? Because I work in contemporary society I thought it would be fun and interesting to explore what might have happened in a lunatic asylum in Regency England.
I hope you will escape into the past with me and I pray you will a bit of faith for the future along the way. This is a column titled The Well Writer and the topic is a passion of mine.