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Intro: Rachael Thomas, From One Night to Wife #Giveaway

This week we are introducing author Rachael Thomas. She has a new release, From One Night To Wife. There's a Kindle copy giveaway of From One Night To Wife!


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Rachael Thomas says...



Writing is something I wanted to do since I was about nine years old and now I combine that with life on a farm in Wales. In the small amount of spare time I have, I enjoy going out and about with my camera – although I’m very definitely a beginner!

What were you like at school?
I enjoyed school and worked as hard as I could, especially as I had to set an example to my three younger brothers. 

Were you good at English?
Yes I loved English, but I was hopeless at Math.
 
What are you working on at the minute?
Right now, I am in the very early stages of a new story and I am still getting to know my characters.
 
Do you write every day, 5 days a week or as and when?
I try to write every day and prefer to write in the mornings.

Do you write on a typewriter, computer, dictate or longhand?
I usually write at my computer, but there is just something I love about pencil and paper, so if I’m away from my desk and need to write, that is my choice.
 
What was the hardest thing about writing your latest book?
In my latest book, From One Night to Wife, it was understanding why Serena didn’t tell Nikos about the baby as soon as she knew.

How long on average does it take you to write a book?
Four months from the very first time I meet my character until I submit it to my editor.

 


A souvenir from her Greek affair! 
Three months ago, journalist Serena James had her heart broken by a man she'll never forget, especially not the fury in his eyes the night they parted. Now she's back in Santorini to tell him that their summer fling had unexpected repercussions…
 
Mogul Nikos Petrakis is on the verge of a deal that will make him even more powerful. He doesn't need any distraction—especially not a sexy redhead whose curves beg to be touched! But now that she's carrying his heir, Nikos is forced to make a decision. 
It's time to make Serena his wife! 
When one night…leads to pregnancy!

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17 comments:

  1. Sounds awesome, congratulations on the release!

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  2. I loved reading this interview. Congratulations on the release.

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  3. Congrats to Rachael. I've been seeing this book around.

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  4. Congrats, Rachel. I like to write with pen and paper sometimes too.

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  5. Congrats, Rachel. Looks like a great read. I can certainly empathize on the math.

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  6. I've read about this book on some other blogs. Sounds good!

    Good luck with it, Rachael! Wow! I'm very impressed with your four-month time frame for going from concept to submission. I've gotta be the world's slowest writer. :)

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  7. Congrats to Rachael! Ooo for those unintended consequences

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  8. Four months is a really solid pace. I tend to write just a little slower than I type, but I still prefer writing a story by hand first.

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  9. Congrats to Rachael! I have a special place in my heart for category romance, since that was where I started writing (aspiring to write for them--I never actually was published there.)

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  10. Four months is impressive! Congrats to you, Rachel!

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  11. Math is not my subject either! I am impressed that Rachel can write a book in 4 months. I wish I had that kind of speed. :) Wishing her all the best!
    ~Jess

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  12. Good interview! Congratulations on the release. (I wonder if anyone uses a typewriter any more.)

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  13. Congrats, Rachael! I prefer to write in the mornings too.

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  14. Writing and managing a farm...and I thought homeschooling on the side was a full-time gig. Whew!

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  15. Definitely has potential for some serious conflict.
    Enjoyed the interview.

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  16. Good at English and hopeless at Maths. You could have been talking about me there. :-)

    Greetings from London.

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