Author Interview with Romantic Suspense Author Jennifer Pierce

Congratulations on your new release!

Give us a quick one paragraph summary of your latest release.

Deadly Connection:

 Reid struggles with believing he’s not good enough for God. He fights a past he deems too bad to ever be forgiven. Quinn knows that no one is too far gone for God.

After the betrayal of her last love, JJ’s father, Quinn is hesitant to let anyone into her life and that of JJ. Even using JJ as a reason not to find love disguised at protecting her son.

Can Reid and Quinn convince each other their current thinking is faulty?

What writing advice do you have for other aspiring authors?

Don’t give up. Don’t you dare. Keep reading and learning and writing. Surround yourself with fellow writers. I’ve found the Christian author community is incredibly supportive and helpful.

Are you a plotter or a pantser?

100% pantster. I get a scene or a general idea of what the story will be about and then build as I go. In my debut novel, Hidden Danger, I didn’t know who the villain was until about the halfway point, maybe even 2/3 the way through. In my second novel, Expecting Danger, I was a third of the way through when the main character Jake told me he had a painful history.

What is your best marketing tip? Interact with your readers.

Be active on social media. Talk to them, get to know them, include them in your writing/publishing process.

What do you do when you’re not writing? ‘

I am a paralegal by trade. My free time is spent with my family, reading, and writing.

What do you do when you experience writer’s block?

Whine. A lot. Lol. Sometimes I can push through. Sometimes I have to move on to another writing project. And sometimes I have to just put all writing away and take some time off to read.

Where can readers find you online?

www.facebook.com/jenniferpierceauthor twitter.com/jennpierce82

instagram.com/lovereadwriterepeat

www.jenniferpiercewrites.com

Launch team: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1215967475416692

Order your copy  of Deadly Connection below. 

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A complete stranger is the only one who can help determine the connection between her past and her present.

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