Good morning everyone! I want to welcome you to the 2nd part of Day18 of the 3rd Annual Romancing September Across the World Blog Tour. If you haven’t checked out Rosie’s post from earlier, then go by https://rosieamber.wordpress.com/ and get caught up.
Now on to today’s featured author, Here’s the question I asked:
What has been the biggest inspiration for your writing?
Some years ago I became ill and could no longer work as a teacher. I decided to try to write a book. That decision has resulted in a wonderful journey and learning experience. I have met many inspirational people who have helped me. Their interest in my stories kept me going while I struggled to learn and keeps me going still as I work to improve my skills. There has never been a time when I thought I would give up. The stories are there in my head and show no sign of going away. While I can, I will write and I will love every minute of it.
Here’s a little bit about today’s author:
Todays featured book is “Christmas Carols”. If you haven’t checked out the her book, then here’s a little about it and where to find it.
One man’s courage and one widow’s beautiful voice lead an unlikely pair on a tender journey toward happiness. You’ll love Christmas Carols by Daisy Banks, a charming Victorian tale about taking chances and learning to love again.
Stephen Grafton, the blind organist at Holy Trinity Church, is gaining a reputation for his fine playing and compositions. Alice Broadbrace’s initial venture back into society after years in deep mourning brings her to the notice of the talented organist, and he offers her the opportunity to sing a solo carol to his accompaniment. His courage convinces her to find her own, while her charm entices him into thoughts of romance. A difficult walk in a snow storm is only the beginning of Stephen and Alice’s journey to happiness. Enjoy this sweet Victorian tale of talent and love blossoming.
Content note: Sweet
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I hope you enjoyed it! Keep watching for more great authors all month and don’t forget to go by Rosie’s post at https://rosieamber.wordpress.com/… Let’s make it another awesome tour for 2015!
5 thoughts on “Romancing September Across the World – Day 18 – Daisy Banks”
I’ve already been seduced into putting this on my list. Obviously, an ideal Christmas read.
Daisy writes a wide range of books, this one was a great short read.
It’s sounds interesting!
A story I thoroughly enjoyed and highly recommend!
Best of luck Daisy with finding new fans!
Added to my Wish List on Amazon. Can’t wait for Christmas!