Q. What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
A. After I finished my first series, an urban fantasy trilogy, I wanted to try my hand at another genre I love so much myself. A mix of contemporary romance and romance suspense, with a bit of small town life mixed in. When I thought about where to place the stories, I remembered the place where I spent a year as an exchange student: the wilderness and the beauty of the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
Q. Can You Tell Us About the Book from Your Point of View?
A. While the book is officially a romance story from my point of view the main attraction of the story is the community, the relationships between the different quirky characters of the small town and of course the funny ecapades of the omnipresent pets and mischievous wildlife around town.
Q. What Can Readers Expect from This Book?
A. My readers will get to take a much needed breather from every day life, a vacation from the comfort of their own home and forget about all their worries for a couple of hours. Even though the book touches serious topics the overall mood is uplifting and leaves the reader feeling at ease and upbeat.
Q. Can You Tell Me Three Fun Facts About You?
A. a) I love dark chocolate. For me black chocolate is a staple food. Wait, actually even its own food group. Swiss chocolate obviously. I’m spoiled that way. Ah, yes, I’m known to eat my weight in chocolate while writing
b) I used to drink only tea and hated coffee. I always wanted to like coffee since in my mind it was such a grown up thing. The badass women in the books I like to read were always drinking gallons of the stuff. Black, of course. I’ve since upleveled to liking coffee but only with lots of oat milk in it. (I can thank Starbucks for this new addiction.) It didn’t help with the growing up though. A bit disappointing to be honest.
c) My so far only non-fiction book is a humorous 10-Step guide about universal truths about horses and riding. (Who would have thought I’m a horse lover )
It’s illustrated and makes a fantastic Christmas present for young and old, new and experienced riders alike. (Hint, hint ) It is called 10 Things You Need to Know About Riding by Virginia Fox and Inga Klaer (my co-author and BFF ) – I might change the title in the future, if so, I’ll let you know. pic cover and link https://www.amazon.com/Things-Need-Know-About-Riding/dp/3906882489
Q. What Are Your Plans for Future Writing Projects?
A. Right now I’m concentrating on getting all the books in my bestselling German romance series translated into English. Rocky Mountain Yoga was just the beginning. Every month a new book will be released (there are 30 books in the series 😃)
Q. What Do You Want the World to Know About Your Book?
A. I really don’t have an answer to this question: Do you have a suggestion? Please let me know
Q. How Do You Think Your Book Relates to The World Today?
A. It touches on serious topics. Nobody can escape those nowadays. But the books don’t dwell on the more depressing things in life or traumas but show instead how to find the courage to overcome them and prosper inspite of negative things happening. The animal connection really lights things up while funny dialog make the reading make it an entertaining read.
Q. What Do You Hope Will Be the Everlasting Thoughts for Readers Who Finish Your Book?
A. When will the next book in the series come out? I can’t wait to meet all my new bookish friends again.
Q. What Should Remain with Readers Long After Putting Your Book Down?
A. A confident feeling of “I can do this” (life, love, work, whatever)
Q. If People Can Only Buy One Book This Month, Why Should It Be Yours?
A. Because it will be the start of a wonderful friendship with the people who live in Independence Junction. My Readers tell me with every book they read they feel like coming home while being on a imaginary vacation. Pure relaxation.
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