Friday, November 24, 2017

The Fast Friday Interviews: Lori Ann Bailey

Lori Ann Bailey

Tell me about yourself?

I’m a Southern girl from Mississippi who married a New Yorker and settled halfway in-between to raise four kids in Northern Virginia. Winner of the National Readers’ Choice Award and Holt Medallion for Best First Book and Best Historical, I write hunky highland heroes and strong-willed independent lasses finding their perfect matches in the Highlands of 17th century Scotland.

Tell me about your current Book: 

Highland Redemption, book two in the Highland Pride series – Releases November 27th.

When Skye is kidnapped, Brodie Cameron must get her to safety and untangle the web of intrigue surrounding her abduction and the bounty on her head, before the danger hunting her finds them both.

Skye Cameron has no idea why she was kidnapped, but the last thing she wants is to spend any time with her rescuer, Brodie, the man who broke her heart. She's promised to another in a political marriage and must fight to keep from falling for her handsome childhood sweetheart again as they dash across Scotland in an attempt to elude her captors and stay alive.

Don’t be that last to find out why USA Today and New York Times bestselling author, Grace Burrowes, says, “Braw, bonnie laddies, plucky lasses, lots of clan intrigue, and plenty of steam!”

What are you working on now? 

Highland Temptation, book two in the Highland Pride series releases June 25, 2018. Highland Salvation, book three, is in the editing phase and I’m currently writing book five, Highland Obligation, where the MacDonald laird’s heir is forced to marry the woman he thinks is responsible for his friend’s death.

Where is your favorite place to be when you write? 

In my basement office, but occasionally I like to move around for a change of scenery.

What is your favorite lesson you have learned about the business of writing? 

That everyone’s writing journey is different, you can’t compare yourself to others.

What is your favorite Website? 

A must know website for historical authors -
The online etymology dictionary is the internet's go-to source for quick and reliable accounts of the origin and history of English words, phrases, and idioms.


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