I am really pleased that Johnnie decided to come back today and tell us more about herself, her book, and her writing ministry. Stay tuned to the end to find out how one lucky winner will walk away with a free ebook or print (US only) version of When Love Arrives.
So today I’m asking Johnnie some tough questions:
What fun or unique things can you tell us about yourself?
I missed the birth of an alpaca baby by just a few minutes. But I got to see her first wobbly steps.
- I took my kids out of school to attend Trilogy Tuesday—the day selected theaters showed the extended versions of the first two Lord of the Rings movies before showing the The Return of the King. It was magical.
What genre(s) do you write in and why?
I know the conventional wisdom is to stick with one genre until you’ve made a name for yourself. But God seems to have other plans for me.
My debut novel, Where Treasure Hides, was a historical, and my first novella, also a historical, recently appeared in The Courageous Brides Collection. The Misty Willow Series is contemporary romance. Next up: two cozy mysteries.
What do you think about when you’re alone in your car?
Plans and possibilities and what if’s and how about’s all wrapped up with spontaneous prayers.
I’ve been known to get so lost in my head that I’ve gotten lost on the road. (Where am I, where am I going, and how do I get there from here?)
I enjoy road trips even when it’s just me and an audiobook I’ve rented from Cracker Barrel.
Thanks so much for stopping by, Johnnie, and to you readers, too. Now here’s how to enter to win a book: leave a comment. Yep, simple as that! And we’ll randomly draw from all entries.
Johnnie Alexander writes inspiring stories that linger in the heart. An award-winning and international author, she volunteers as the marketing director for the Mid-South Christian Writers Conference, is president of the American Christian Fiction Writers Memphis chapter, and co-host of the weekly online show Writers Chat.
Johnnie treasures family memories, classic movies, road trips, and stacks of books. She lives near Memphis with Griff, her happy-go-lucky collie, and Rugby, the princely papillon who trees raccoons.