1. If you could travel back in time to be a witness to any event in history, what event would you choose, and why?
I would travel back to see a Shakespeare production at the Globe Theatre. When I first started reading Shakespeare in high school, I always dreamed about what it would have been like to see it in his day first hand.
2. Name one time period in history you would not want to be alive during. Why?
I probably wouldn’t have done well in a corset. As a woman, I’m thankful I’m in the here and now!
(not sure I can relate to that, but I would take a pass on the powdered wig era.)
3. If you could go back and time and do anything different in your writing career or journey, what would you do and why?
I would join American Christian Fiction Writers sooner. Being part of a supportive writing community has made a huge difference in my career.
(This is a common thread among every interview. There is so much help out there for writers of all levels.)
4. When you think of time travel, what is your favorite book, movie, or TV show on the subject?
It’s a Wonderful Life would be my favorite. Maybe it’s more “alternate universe” than time travel, but it’s a great movie.
(Don’t tell anyone, but I’ve never seen It’s a Wonderful Life”
5. If you had a chance to relive your life and do something different or many things different, what would you do and why?
I wouldn’t have stressed out so much about my grades in college…but don’t tell my sons I said that.
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She’s the author of a series of Christian romance novels, Canyon Walls, Canyon Crossing and Canyon Cafe.