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Intro: Rachael Thomas, New Year at the Boss's Bidding #Giveaway

This week we are introducing author Rachael Thomas. She has a new release, New Year at the Boss's Bidding. There's a Kindle copy giveaway of New Year at the Boss's Bidding! 



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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. 

 New Year at the Boss’s Bidding

Moretti's by midnight 

Jilted bride Tilly Rogers hopes her luck is changing when she's offered a prestigious catering contract for billionaire businessman Xavier Moretti's New Year's Eve party. But then she ends up snowbound alone with her boss…and at his bidding! 

It's the end of the year and the end of Tilly's contract, which leaves Xavier free to seduce her at his will. Hardly shy of a challenge, this notorious playboy makes it his resolution to have virgin Tilly crumbling by his experienced touch. 

Before the snow settles, Xavier is determined to have Tilly under a brand-new set of tantalizing terms!

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28 comments:

  1. The author is just like me, brilliant at English but fairly hopeless with maths! xS

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    1. Glad I'm not the only one Olivia-Savannah!

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  2. What a good older sister :) It's good to set an example for the younger ones!

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    1. It can be tough too Meradeth! I just hope they learnt something.

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  3. Snowbound. So much potential there.

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  4. Kudos on your new release, Raechel.

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  5. I loved English and hated math too.

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    1. Good choice Kelly. How can anyone not love English!

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  6. Hi Nas and Rachel - living on the farm must be great most of the year - and Wales is stunning ... with so much history. Wanting to write is the critical thing isn't it .. then you'll be doing it as part of your passion. Good luck - but being with Harlequin must make a huge difference in your authorship life - congratulations ... and good luck with your next books .. cheers Hilary

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    1. Thanks for the lovely comment and good luck wishes Hilary! Writing is definitely my passion and being with Harlequin is a dream come true.

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  7. Four months isn't long to write a book at all! It usually takes me much longer.

    Enjoyed reading your interview!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Sherry and glad you enjoyed the interview.

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  8. Four months from start to finish is amazing. Thank you for holding the giveaway.

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    1. I do have plenty of ideas at the moment which certainly helps Medeia. Thanks for commenting.

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  9. I always loved Harlequin's boss books. They were always so fun!

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  10. Wonderful to hear from Rachael. I can relate to the fact that math wasn't her strong area. :) I wish I could write a book in 4 months! WOW! Wishing her all the best.
    ~Jess

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  11. Four months to write a book? That's pretty epic.

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    1. I have a good supply of ideas at the moment Crystal. Hope it continues!

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  12. I prefer to write in the mornings too. If I write at night, then I have trouble sleeping. Good luck with the new book!

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  13. I find the same thing Cherie! Thanks for the good luck wishes.

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  14. "Hopeless at Maths". Welcome to the club! :-)

    Good interview.

    Greetings from London.

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  15. I also like photography when I have free time. (Although I don't have much of that either.)

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    1. I always see things and wish I had more time Misha!

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