Welcome to Day 10 of the 2nd Annual Romancing September Across The World Blog Tour. I’ve teamed up with Rosie Amber again this year. We’re promoting 30 awesome romance authors in 30 days. Help us out by cross promoting when you can and check out these authors.
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Today my guest author is June Kearns and I want to thank her for blogging with me today. Here is a little about her and her book The 20’s Girl, the Girl and all that Jazz.
1) What inspired you to write this book?
I love the music, style and fashion of the Jazz Age, and there just seemed to be something in the air – the new Great Gatsby film, our Downton Abbey series and lots of flapper references. I also read a lovely book, “Singled Out” by Virginia Nicolson, about the sad plight of women in England after the Great War, with almost no hope of finding a husband.
- What’s your favourite part of this book, and why?
I like the parts where the main characters find themselves completely out of their depth – the tough Texan in the middle of the English Shires, surrounded by odd English eccentrics; the rather prim, buttoned-up Englishwoman in the middle of Texan cow country!
3)What is your philosophy on writing and life?
The wall in front of my desk is chock full of encouraging little quotes!
One of the best for me, is by Samuel Beckett: Try again. Fail again. Fail better.
Another favourite is by Zig Ziglar: Your attitude, not your aptitude will determine your altitude.
4)Name your three favourite books.
I’ve written just two: An Englishwoman’s Guide to the Cowboy, viewbook.at/B009XRRU2M and The 20s Girl, the ghost and all that jazz
5)What are your goals for this year?
My goal is to finish my third novel, set in London in the 1960s.
6)If you had to give one piece of advice what would it be?
Stop apologising! Relax! Just write the story you want to read – and write for your readers, not for other writers.
Book bio/ description:
When her jazzing flapper of an aunt dies, Gerardina Mary Chiledexter inherits some silver-topped scent bottles, a wardrobe of love-affair clothes, and astonishingly, a half-share in a million-acre ranch in south-west Texas.
Haunted by a psychic cat, and the ghost voice of her aunt Leonie, Gerry feels driven to travel thousands of miles to see the ranch for herself.
Against a backdrop of big sky, cattle barons and oil wells, she is soon engaged in a game of power, pride and ultimately, love, with the Texan who owns the other half.
Links to social media:
twitter: @june_kearns and @newromantics4
Thanks so much for joining us on this grand adventure we call Romancing September Across the World 2014 Blog Tour.
As always, good writing and May God Bless You…