Thursday, May 25, 2017

Jodie Wolfe, Historical Romance Novella


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AN ANGEL FOR THE COWBOY
by Jodie Wolfe


Jodie Wolfe creates novels where hope and quirky
Jodie Wolfe
meet. She's been a semi-finalist and finalist in various writing contests and is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and Romance Writers of America (RWA). When not writing she enjoys spending time with her husband in Pennsylvania, reading, walking, and being a Grammie.



Welcome, Jodie. What is your favorite meal?
My favorite meal is steak, sweet potato, and a fresh salad.

What’s one genre you have never written, and probably never will?
Suspense. I occasionally read it but wouldn't attempt writing it. 

What was the main inspiration for the new book? Had the idea been on your mind for a while or just popped into it one day?
I've always wanted to write a story about a lady writer who wrote dime novels. It finally fit to have her be the heroine in this story.

Lighting Round:
Vacation: Beach or Mountains? Mountains
Y’all or You Guys? You Guys
Biscuits or Dinner Roll? Neither. :) I try to be gluten free.
Spring, summer, winter, or fall? Definitely winter. I love snow.
Laptop or Desktop? Laptop.
Mug or teacup? Mug

Please tell us a little about your novella, An Angel for the Cowboy (included in Let Love Spring: A Historical Spring Collection).
When the bank threatens foreclosure on Essie Love's home, it's up to her to provide for her sisters. She’ll do whatever it takes to save them, even if it means marrying a stranger.

Jud Steele is wanted for a crime he didn't commit. Wounded and left for dead, he lands on Essie's doorstep. While she nurses him back to health, he finds himself longing for a home and family.

Can two desperate people find a path that leads to what they both need?

Where can readers find you online?
Website
Facebook Author Page
Facebook Personal Page 
Twitter
Pinterest
Blogs I contribute to: Stitches Thru Time, Putting on the New.

Where can readers purchase Let Love Spring?
Amazon

Leave a question you’d like readers to answer. (Commenters are not required to answer question to be entered in the book drawing.)
What grabs you when you are reading a book?

Jodie, thanks for visiting with my readers and me. Jodie is offering an eBook copy of Let Love Spring to one commenter to this blog post.

Commenters, to enter the book drawing please leave your comment on this post through May 30, 2017 and remember to leave your email address so I can contact you if you’re the winner.


The winner of last Thursday’s blog post for a copy of Love Restored by Jennifer Slattery is Karen. I’ll email you. Thanks all for commenting. Watch for more book giveaways.

Till next time … keep on smiling. 




My latest book has released - With Good Intentions, a novella. Here is the cover, and you can read more about the book here. You can read the first chapter of the book on my website.

26 comments:

  1. Thanks for hosting me today, Jo. :)

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    1. Jodie, you're very welcome. It's my pleasure to have you with us!

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  2. Have heard quite a lot about the old "dime" novels and this sounds an interesting take on an unexpected writer. When reading I like to find interest in the first few pages to really pull me into learning more about a just introduced character or event. Not too overly descriptive or introducing too many confusing people before getting into the story and letting it develop. I am a previous subscriber to the newsletter. Thanks! dobeworld at sbcglobal dot net

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    1. I'm there with you, Cathy. Too many people introduced at once confuses my middle-aged mind. :)

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    2. Cathy, I appreciate you following my blog. Thanks for commenting.

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  3. Thank you for the wonderful the wonderful interview. I am a follower. Thanks!
    debralindquist1(at)gmail(dot)com

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    1. So glad you stopped by today, Debra.

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    2. Debra, you're welcome. Glad you enjoyed the interview with Jodie. Thanks for following my blog!

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  4. Something the grabs me is when the action starts right at the beginning, then I'm hooked. If a book has a slow beginning, it sits on my nightstand for quite a while.

    I am a follower and enjoyed your article. I agree with you on the lightning round items, except I am definitely a summer person! sonja dot nishimoto at gmail dot com

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    1. Chuckle. Summer is my least favorite of all the seasons. :)

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    2. Sonja, thanks for following my blog! Glad you enjoyed the article.

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  5. I enjoyed this interview. thanks
    quilting dash lady at Comcast dot net

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    1. Lori, glad you enjoyed the interview. Thanks for commenting.

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  6. Hi Lori. Thanks for stopping by for the interview. :)

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  7. I like the book to begin strong with not too many characters. I want to be grabbed right away.
    I am a follower.
    nlgriggs902atgmaildotcom

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    1. Nancy, thanks for following my blog and for leaving your comment!

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  8. I know what you mean, Nancy about wanting to be grabbed right away. That's the challenge as an author. :)

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  9. Sounds interesting and like something I would like to read. Please enter me into the drawing. : )

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    1. :) I hope it's a book that you'll like.

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    2. Glad you enjoyed the post. Thanks for commenting.

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  10. love when a book really catches your attention from first page! Shelia Hall sheliarha64(at)yahoo(dot)com

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    1. Sheila, thanks for coming by and leaving your comment.

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    2. That's the challenge, Sheila. :)

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  11. I am a follower. Jodie is a new author to me. Let Love Spring sounds like a great book to spend a day with.

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    1. Hi, Donna. I hope you'll like the book. :)

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    2. Donna, glad you found a new-to-you author here. Thanks for following my blog and for leaving your comment!

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