CHAT WITH THE AUTHOR
Hi, Judith. Thank you so much for having me today.
1. What is the favorite book you remember as a child?
My favorite children’s story is The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams. I love that story. Almost all children have a stuff toy that makes them feel secure. Although the item they’re holding is just a soft and cuddly object, the security and contentment that they feel is real. Just as the rabbit is real at the end of The Velveteen Rabbit.
I’d be interested in hearing what your readers consider their favorite childhood book.
2. Tell us about your current book in 10 words.
A couple who didn’t know they loved each other, do.
3. When do you do most of your reading?
If I’m not writing myself, then I’m reading. I even read while watching television. The book is open, and when I commercial comes on, I go to the book. The television show comes on, and I return to the television screen. I learned this from my grandmother.
4. Favorite genre?
5. How do you keep your books organized?
6. Re-reader or not?
Re-reader. If I am enamored with a book, it’s generally because I love the characters. The books I keep are like friends. And, we re-visit our friends, don’t we?
7. What would make you not finish a book?
If I don’t like the characters, if their motivation doesn’t make sense…particularly in a romance…if I can’t understand what the heroine sees in the hero or vice versa.
8. Keep books or give them away?
Most of my books, I keep. Those are the ones I re-read. There are some, I refer to them as “pass the time” reading, that I’ll pass on to colleagues, or donate.
MEET THE AUTHOR
Angela Adams writes and reviews contemporary romances. Her work has appeared in Romance at Heart, Oysters and Chocolate, and The Long and Short Reviews. In December 2011, Whimsical Publications published an anthology, Winter Wonders. Ms. Adams’ short story “Burgers and Hot Chocolate,” was among the collection.
Angela is a member of Romance Writers of America and its online chapter, From the Heart Romance Writers.
READ THE BLURB
When the FBI brings Laura Roberts - a quiet, reserved bookkeeper - in for questioning regarding activities at the warehouse where she works, an uneasy Laura resigns her job - only to be attacked by thugs.
Chase Donovan intends to spend a few peaceful days on his boat getting his head together - and finds a woman being assaulted by two men who say his father told them to do it.
Chase doesn’t want to believe his father could hurt anyone. Laura doesn’t understand why she’s a target. Can they learn to work together to discover the truth - before someone dies?