Today my good friend Jennah Scott is here talking about her latest book, Scrap Metal. Read on because this looks like a great book and I know it's a fun interview! What are your current projects?
I’m working on a few things right now. My co-author, Alexi Raymond, and I just finished the second book in the Midwest Kisses series. I’ve also got a couple of short stories in the works. They are both set in Wyoming with cowboys as heroes. One is two friends finding each other for a second chance and the other is two strangers who find they can’t get enough of each other.
OOH! Cowboys! Gotta love 'em. Do you see writing as a ?
Absolutely! It’s my ideal career, wouldn’t wish for anything else.
Grin. Me, either. Do you have to travel much concerning your book(s)?
Not as much as I’d like to. However, I did just take a trip with my family that resulted in an idea for a series of short stories. Once the idea came to mind, everything we saw on the trip helped me develop the plot.
That's what I love about traveling, even if it's only a short distance. You get great ideas. Do you have any advice for other writers?
Take the time to learn the craft of writing as well as the publishing business. If you rush, you risk disappointment. It’s hard to find the patience, but I can attest that it’s worth it.
Yep. I've done my own share of rushing and not letting things percolate. I can attest to waiting and patience being worth the time. How long does it take you to write a book?
About two months with the first draft and revisions.
You're fast! As a child, what did you want to do when you grew up?
An English teacher! I can remember setting up all of my stuffed animals and teaching them how to write a story.
I did that, too. Grin. But I taught them all about the American Civil War. Yeah, I was a goofy kid. What animal do you think makes the best pet and why?
Cats for sure. They don’t take a lot of work and are really fun to cuddle with.
Very true, even if my dog swears she cuddles better than a cat. Now for the fun questions! Boxers, briefs, boxerbriefs…. Or commando? Why?
Boxerbriefs. I’m not sure why, but a guy in boxerbriefs never fails to make me sigh.
Because as much as they are showing - those things are tight! - there is so much that's left to the imagination. Leaving things to the imagination sometimes is exactly what is needed. grin. What were you doing at midnight last night?
I was sleeping. Good night I had a bad headache. Have you ever cried during a movie? If yes, which one and why?
Oh, yeah. I bawled like a baby during The Notebook. My husband and I laugh about it now, because I am not a crier. However, we found out a couple of weeks later that I was pregnant, so I blame the crying on hormones. J
Works for me. Grin. Are you a morning person or a night person?
Night! Always have been. I’d much rather stay up late and sleep in.
I second that, although my cat is convinced I need to be a morning person. He likes to paw my face until I get up. The brat. Can you tie a cherry stem in a knot?
Yep, sure can.
I never learned. Oh well. One day. Can you taste the difference between Pepsi and Coke? If so, which do you prefer?
Oh for sure! They are very distinct. I don’t like either one, actually. I prefer Dr. Pepper. And yep, there’s a difference between that and Mr. Pibb too. J
Nothing wrong with that. Want to know more about Jennah Scott? Here you go!
And a little bit about Scrap Metal...
Not one to settle down, Angelica Rousseau never thought she’d consider planting roots in the small town of Kimmswick, Missouri. When her art speaks to her—and gives her a reason to get up close and personal with body shop owner, Ryker Talcott—sticking around starts to have appeal.
Ryker has to deal with a lot of personalities and has found that custom orders for women almost never end well. Especially when the women are as picky and confident as Angelica. This time it’s different. He's never met a woman like her. She rivals his confidence and has the attitude to back it up.
When the past threatens their future, Angelica and Ryker have to decide what's more important—their own promises to themselves, or the love they both feel for each other.
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