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Introducing Susanne Hampton & Falling For Dr December #Giveaway

Today we are introducing author Susanne Hampton and her latest release Falling For Dr December... 
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Intro- I'm the author of…

Falling For Dr December  - Mills & Boon Medical Romance 



My Life-

I’m married to the man I met at eighteen and the mother of two adult daughters, Orianthi, a musician and Tina, an artist. My varied career titles have included dental nurse, personal assistant, contract manager and now Medical Romance author. The family also extends to a slightly irritable maltese shih-tzu, a neurotic poodle, three elderly ducks and four hens that only occasionally bother to lay eggs. I love everything romantic and pretty, so my home is brimming with romance novels and shoes  I love a happy ever after so writing for Mills& Boon is a dream come true.

Influences-

There are so many inspiring writers and I appreciate different elements of their different writing styles.  I love plot driven books as much as those driven by characters and will choose to read them according to how I feel on the day.  When I was younger, I would read the last page of a book before I started so that I would not be disappointed by a poor ending.  Fortunately I no longer do that because I now have trust in certain writers and I allow them to take me on a journey, knowing they won’t let me down. I hope that my readers can feel the same way about my books.  



How I write-

I am a planner.  Mapping out the story and having a good understanding of characters before I start is important to me.  Having said that, I do like to leave room to learn things about them along the way so it keeps it exciting for me too.  I write almost every day.  Sometimes for hours at a time sometimes with other commitments it might be short bursts  when something has come into my head and I need to capture it immediately .

Motivation- (why you write?)

I can’t imagine not writing.  All around me ever day is inspiration for stories and characters. If my books make someone happy by taking them to a place where love conquers all, then I have achieved my goal.


Your Book- (blurb)

When Laine Phillips left Uralla twelve years ago she vowed never to return. Now a world famous photographer, Laine has only two rules; not to mix business with pleasure and to rely only on herself. It's the only way to protect her heart.

But when Laine is forced to return to Uralla for a charity calendar shoot, the scorchingly attractive - and highly uncooperative - Dr Pierce Beaumont begins to melt the barriers around her heart! Laine's soon breaking both her rules .... and falling for Dr December!
Buy Links: Amazon

One signed copy giveaway of FALLING FOR DR. DECEMBER to one commenter!

7 comments:

  1. I'm glad I'm not the only one who has ever read the last page first ;) And Dr. December sounds like quite a lot of fun!

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  2. Congratulations. It sounds as if you are living your dream.
    I still almost always read the last few pages - not first, but certainly before I finish the book. Any book, fiction or otherwise. A guilty habit.

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  3. Writing is definitely the job of her dreams. Lovely.

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  4. My process is similar...as are my motivations. I've never read the end of a book first. But I did once jump ahead in a book to see the happy couple together...only to discover the love interest died. Let's just say 1. I was depressed for the rest of the novel from where I had temporarily stop reading to jump ahead, and 2. I never made that mistake again (or read anymore of that author's books). lol

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  5. I'd fall for (and on) Dr. December if he stepped into my life.
    Good luck, Susanne.
    Happy Holidays.

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  6. Seems like the perfect doctor for every month of the year! Great interview ladies! All the best, Susanne!

    Julie

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  7. Thank you so much for the giveaway. I'd love to enter. I like the sound of this story.

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