Harvest Treats blog tour

I am pleased to share an interview with Michele Richard one of the authors from Harvest Treats. It’s available now. Thanks to Michele and Jitterbug PR.

Please tell me about yourself –

I’m just your everyday mom and wife who writes obsessively. That’s really me in a nutshell. I live for my family and my books. It’s very rare for me to go a day without writing.

What is your work space and routine like?

I have an office and a desktop I never see. My kids have invaded it. My favorite place to write is the kitchen. There’s no TV to distract me. As for a routine, once the kids are off to school, I start the day with marketing and promotions, then a few hours of writing until the kids are home. A larger part of my writing time is after the kids go to bed. I’ll write until 1 or 2 am and then head to bed.
What are you reading now?

I am currently not reading. I recently finished reading Michal’s Window by Rachelle Ayala. When I am writing I avoid reading. It’s a treat for once I have finished a new project.

What do you like to do when not writing?

If I am not writing, you can guarantee I am doing something with my kids and husband. One thing we love to do is bake together.

Has writing always been a passion for you? –

It was in my youth. In my teens, I didn’t really do too much of it, and anything I did write, I didn’t share with anyone. I’ve never been one of those people who walked around saying ‘when I get published. . . .’ Honestly, it took a little convincing to get me to submit my books to a publishing house contest. Now I cannot thank those who pushed me along enough.

Please tell me about your story in Harvest Treats –

 

10 Days to Love is a sweet story of two teens who are about leave each other and head off to college. Dani and Richie have 10 days to get each other to see what’s always been right in front of them. Unfortunately, it’s never as easy as it sounds. They have a hard time getting it done right. As the days countdown so do their chances. Imagine Grease meets Maine at the end of tourist season and everything they hold dear is on the line.

Summary:

 

Richie Graham and Danielle ‘Dani’ MacDonald have been best friends for four years. Now that the time has come to leave Old Orchard Beach for college, the countdown begins to say goodbye. The race to close down her family’s motel for the season and for their hearts begins. With ten days left, will they see what’s always been right in front of them? Or is there too much left unsaid?

What do we have to look forward to next? –

My next release is Mocked by Faith ~ Healing the Faith on October 2nd. This will be my 3rd novel being re-released in its 2nd edition. It’s a full novel in the Mocked by Series. Here’s the summary:

Just saying “I do” was only the beginning for Alexia and Justin McNear. Now when their lives, loves, and faith are left in turmoil, they will have to fight even harder to heal themselves and their faith. Can two people already struggling help heal the communities they call home?
How do you rebuild after the loss of a child? After suffering a tragedy, are these two lost to each other forever?
With all the church’s money missing, the hunt for the tyrant ex-minister Mark will take Justin, and his twin cousins away from their secluded, gated community and into the real world while leaving their wives behind to pick up the pieces. Can Justin survive it again?
Or will returning to the retreat that once abused him be his end?
Alexia, Madison, and Ginger will need to be strong and independent with their men gone. Left to raise their child alone, Alexia will make decisions that will affect their marriage and lives. Will they be the right ones?
Raised in a community where the men run everything, these three families will have to fight to survive the coming changes.
The temptations run high in this sequel to Mocked by Faith, but hope is not lost, and they will learn how to heal their faith.

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