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Looking Out the Window: Brooke Williams Talks About After the Final Dandelion, Book Three in Her Series Based on Reality TV. She'll Give Away an E-book

A Warm Welcome to Brooke Williams Brooke will give away an e-book of EITHER After the Final Dandelion (Book Three) OR Dandelions on the Road (Book Two) in the Dandelion Series. Winner's choice. To enter to win leave a comment and an e-mail address below. Hi Brooke, first, tell us a little about yourself. I was born and raised in Iowa, but somehow landed in Nebraska after college. I spent a decade in radio before I had my first little girl. At that time, I segued into freelance writing and the novel bug bit me. I began writing romantic comedies and haven’t stopped since. You can find some of my work in these titles: Wrong Place, Right Time, Accept this Dandelion, Mamarazzi, Backwards Christmas, Dandelions on the Road, and After the Final Dandelion. Lots of writers loved to read as children. Were you an avid reader as a child? What did you read? Oh yes. I used to memorize books before I could read and then “read” them to people to impress them. I loved Beverly

Looking Out the Window: Ginger Solomon Talks About Second Choice, The Second Book in Her Belikarian Wedding Series

A Warm Welcome to Ginger Solomon Ginger will give away a PDF copy of Second Choice. To enter to win leave a comment and an e-mail address below. Hi Ginger, tell us a little about yourself. Without repeating my bio… my name is Ginger. I live in northern Alabama with my husband and six of our seven children—the oldest moved out a few months ago. I homeschool the youngest four, but in a few short weeks that will change as the oldest of them will graduate high school. I love reading, coloring (even before it was “in vogue”), reading, writing, reading, needlework (cross-stitch, crochet, and knitting), and reading (but I think I mentioned that one already). I am also a “gaming” mom, much to my son’s enjoyment. Many of their friends are jealous. LOL I see you love to read. Were you an avid reader as a child? If so, what did you read? Absolutely. There were many of a night that I would stay up until one or two in the morning reading, and then get up at six to go to school. I c