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Jill Sanders for Lost in Romance

by Louisa Klein

1)      Why Romance? Did you choose this genre or were you ‘chosen’ by it?
Romance has always been my favorite genre. It was natural for me to choose
it since I love it.
 
2) Is there a romance author, living or dead, who inspires you particularly?
My favorite over the years has been Nora Roberts.
 
3) Please, tell us about your latest book and, if you can, about your
future projects.
My Sweet Valentine is a sweet romance which takes my readers back to the
small town of Pride, Oregon from my Pride Series. It’s so hard letting the
people and town that I love go…
 
Here’s the blurb:
Sara Lander was back in town. She had big plans for her inheritance along
with her freshly printed business degree and years of experience in some of
Seattle’s finest bakeries, she has a rich idea for Pride. Sara’s Nook is
going to be the next biggest thing to hit town. All she needs now is to
steer clear of the hunky ex-Navy SEAL who is hell bent on taking all her
focus away from starting her own business.
 
Allen Masters has been living in Pride for several years. Setting up a new
branch of the Coastguard and training all the new recruits took years of
skill and all his patience. But when he sees the black-haired beauty, who
had come back into town, he realized she was the one he’d been searching
for. Taking one taste of her sweets, he knew he’d be in for a sinful time,
but losing his focus while flying into the eye of a storm was the last
thing he could afford.
 
Currently I’m working on the first book in my new Cowgirl’s series. It’s
about three sisters who are doing all they can to save their ranch in
Texas, while finding that perfect cowboy.
 
4) How was your writing journey? Was it difficult to find an agent and get
published?
So far my experience has been great. There have been ups and downs, but
mostly just part of the learning curve. I self published all my books so
far and love the freedom it offers me.
 
5) What’s your opinion about this Ebook revolution?
I love the ease of eBooks, however I do see a pattern of prices being so
low that most readers expect free books. It’s hard as an author to give
away something you spent so much time and effort on.
 
6) Nowadays many publishers expect their authors to use Social media a lot
to promote their books. Many authors, on the other hand, would prefer to
write only, without being distracted by digital trivialities: what are your
thoughts?
I agree. As a indie author, I spend a lot of time pushing myself on social
media sites that I could be writing. But, it’s part for the course. I do get
to chat and meet some wonderful fans, which I wouldn’t trade for the world
 
To know more, go visit: http://jillsanders.com/
 
To buy her latest book, simply click on the cover below:
 
jillsandersbook
 

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