Michaeline: Four Questions for Harper Cross

Author Harper Cross, also known as Eight Lady Nancy Hunter, aka Nancy Yeager, author of the five-story series, Harrow’s Finest Five (Starting with novella “Too Clever by Half” and followed by four full-length Victorian historical romance novels) answered a few questions for me regarding her new book, Baby One Last Time, the first book in her series, The Agents of HEAT (published April 29, 2021).

The lighthearted romantic suspense book is a second-chance romance. Cynthia has been expelled from the secret spy agency, HEAT, and her only chance to redeem herself is by working with her “tall, dark and diabolical” ex, Derek Wilder. Harper calls it “a shot of action & adventure, a dash of snark, and a twist of fun.”

She’s got a lot of fun things to say about the process in her interview, too!

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Baby One Last Time is the latest book from Nancy, writing as Harper Cross. and is a stand-alone novel with no cliffhangers from the Agents of HEAT series. Image from Harper Cross.
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Justine: 20 Questions with Author Jilly Wood (Part 2)

I hope everyone had a lovely holiday! It’s back to work for me…I’ve finally completed my first draft (minus a scene or two) and it’s now in dire need of revision, but before I do that, I’d like to share the second half of my interview with author Jilly Wood, whose newly published short story appears in Stories for Homes.

You can catch the first ten questions from my interview here. So, without any further ado…. Continue reading

Justine: 20 Questions with Author Jilly Wood (Part 1)

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Author Jilly Wood

How timely is it that I asked Jilly Wood, one of our Eight Ladies, if I could interview her about her current WIP, her writing, and her life? Jilly is newly published in the anthology Stories for Homes, available on Amazon and other outlets. She wrote about her experience with Stories in her post this past Sunday. Today, she’ll tackle the first ten of my 20 tough (haha) questions. Continue reading