Thursday, February 18, 2016

Readers Want to Know by Barbara Meyers, Giveaway


Romance Readers Want to Know Series on the J.Q. Rose Blog
Hello and welcome. I'm thrilled to be a guest at Penny Estelle's blog today talking about Childhood Experiences shaping our lives. After reading Barbara's guest post here and asking her questions, please hop on over to visit with Penny and me and leave a comment to win the drawing for an e-copy of  Deadly Undertaking. Thank you.
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Romance Readers Want to Know Series Guest-- Barbara Meyers

 On Thursdays the J.Q. Rose blog will feature a romance author who answers the most often asked questions from their readers. You will meet new writers or enjoy learning more about your favorite authors and their latest books. You can also take advantage of the opportunity to leave a question for the author. Prizes will be awarded to lucky commenters.
Please welcome our multi-published author, Barbara Meyers, who pens contemporary fun beach reads. Her books are great escapist fiction. You can enter to win a copy of her newly-released Fantasy Man by going to her blog post here and commenting. I think the title of her blog tells us a lot about Barbara's writing and outlook on life--Romancing the Funny Bone. 

Readers Want to Know by Barbara Meyers

Where do you get your ideas?
An idea can literally come from anywhere. It can be a snippet of conversation. A setting. Something you see. Something from your own personal experience. I started a book simply because a thirty-something friend shared a story about a date that went on longer than she expected. She said, “By then I’d used up all of my dating talking points.” I thought that was hilarious. There had to be a story there. I’m currently working on that one. Another idea came from walking in my neighborhood at night. I had a flashlight, but there is a woodsy section that is extra dark between streetlights. I thought “What if….” something rushed out of those woods and attacked? That story turned into one called Animal. Look for its release from Samhain Publishing spring 2017.
How many books have you written?
That’s always kind of a hard question to answer because readers don’t make a distinction between published books and unpublished ones. I’ve written more books than I’ve published, that’s for sure. But published? Two from Avalon; four self-published (one under my pen name AJ Tillock); six from Samhain Publishing. That’s twelve total with two more scheduled for release.
Are you the author? Did you write all these?
When I’m sitting behind a table with all my books on display and I’m asked something along these lines, it makes me smile. Yes, I am the author. Yes, I did write all these books.
About Barbara:
Barista by day, romance novelist by night:  When not writing
Author Barbara Meyers
fiction, Dr. Seuss-like poetry (for adults) or song lyrics, Barbara Meyers disguises herself behind a green apron and works part-time for a world-wide coffee company.
Her novels are a mix of comedy, suspense and spice and often feature a displaced child.
Barbara is still married to her first husband, has two fantastic children and one almost perfect dog.  Originally from Southwest Missouri, (she blames her roots in the Show Me state for her somewhat skeptical nature) she currently resides in Central Florida.

Connect online with Barbara Meyers:
Web Site:  http://www.barbarameyers.com 
Blog: http://barbmeyers.wordpress.com/blog/
Facebook Author Pages: https://www.facebook.com/BarbaraMeyersAuthorPage
https://www.facebook.com/AJTillock/?ref=tn_tnmn
Samhain Author Page:  
https://www.samhainpublishing.com/author/210/barbara-meyers 
Amazon Author Page:  http://amazon.com/author/barbarameyers
Pinterest:  https://www.pinterest.com/barbmeyers1/
Goodreads:  https://www.goodreads.com/barbmeyers   
Twitter: @barbmeyers and @ajtillock  
Twitter URL:  https://twitter.com/barbmeyers

Fantasy Man by Barbara Meyers
Spicy romance
One lie of omission could turn her wildest dream into a world of hurt.
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Go to Barbara's blog to enter to win an e-copy of her newly-released Fantasy Man

You're welcome to ask Barbara a question about her writing. Leave a comment below with your question or just say hi. Thank you.









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