Friday, March 17, 2017

Jan Scarbrough & the Lucky 7 by @JoanReeves #GemsInAttic

Today is the 3rd Friday so it's time for another Lucky 7 Interview with one of the fabulous authors of Gems in the Attic.

Today, inquiring minds will learn all about author Jan Scarbrough, author of My Lord Raven and many other wonderful romance novels. Grab a cup of your favorite beverage and let's talk to Jan!

About Jan Scarbrough

Jan is the author of the popular Bluegrass Reunion series,. She writes heartwarming contemporary romances about family and second chances, and if the plot allows—horses.

Living in the horse country of Kentucky makes it easy for Jan to add small town Southern charm to her books, and the excitement of a horse race or a competitive horse show.

A member of Novelist, Inc., Jan has published with Kensington, Five Star, ImaJinn Books, Resplendence Publishing and Turquoise Morning Press.

Find Jan Online

Website * Amazon Author Page * Twitter * Goodreads.

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About My Lord Raven

To protect what little family she has left, Lady Catrin Fitzalan switches places with her cousin when King Edward orders the pious girl to wed his royal champion, a vicious knight called the King’s Raven. Rumors abound that this savage is responsible for the deaths of Lady Catrin’s father and brother. How can she allow her sweet cousin to wed a murderer?

Bran ap Madog, bastard son of a Welsh prince, has devoted his life to serving the English king. His badge is the raven, a creature that feeds off rotting spoils, just as Bran feeds off the spoils of war. Now he wants a reward for his service: a wealthy wife, and the land and power she can bring him.

But there’s another side to the rapacious black birds Bran has chosen for his badge. Social and family-oriented, ravens mate for life. Which gives them something Bran never had—a family, a sense of belonging, and a rightful place in the world. Bran has fought for everything he’s ever had. But his last battle, with his new wife, may cost him the one thing he isn’t prepared to lose: his heart.

You'll find My Lord Raven at Kobo * Amazon * and iBooks.

Lucky 7 with Jan Scarbrough

1. When you were 18, what did you want to do with your life?

Jan: Seriously, I probably wanted to get married. I was a freshman in college and had just met my [future] children’s father.

2. When you hit 40, what did you want most in life?

Jan: To be married to someone who loved me for me. It took me until I was 50 to find that person.

3. What is a character name you have always wanted to use but haven’t?

Jan: Brenna – it’s my daughter’s name

4. What genre would you like to try but haven’t?

Jan: A thriller

5. Let's go to fantasy land. If time, distance, and other conditions of reality were no problem, where would you go for dinner tonight and with whom?

Jan: Scotland with Sam Heughan [Scottish actor best known for his role as Jamie Fraser in the Starz hit series Outlander.]

6. Still in fantasy land, in the book shown above, who would you cast as the heroine and hero to star in the movie version of the book?

Jan: Caitriona Balfe [Irish actress and model best known for her role as Claire Fraser in the Starz series Outlander.]

7. Last question before we leave fantasy land. When the movie based on your book wins the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay, what will you wear to the Oscars?

Jan: Blue jeans, cowboy boots, black turtleneck and leather jacket

Thanks, Jan, for talking to us today and good luck with your romance, My Lord Raven.

Joan Reeves is a NY Times and USA Today bestselling author of sassy, sexy Contemporary Romance. Readers, sign up for WordPlay her mailing list/free NL with giveaway alerts and new book news and receive a free ebook. Writers, sign up for Writing Hacks with tips to help authors with their writing business and also receive a free ebook.

6 comments:

  1. HI, Jan and Joan--I love these interviews!

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  2. I tell you, the questions were tough, the first two especially. I really had to think back to the person I was at that time.

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    1. You're so right. We are different women from who we were at 18. Enjoyed your answers.

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