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Friday, November 30, 2012

The Next Big Thing Blog Hop with...MOI: Andrea Boeshaar

Thanks so much to Wisconsin author Lily Silver who tagged me in 
The Next Big Thing Blog Hop

I thought this might be fun so I agreed to participate. For this multi-author promotion, I've decided to give readers a sneak peek at my upcoming novel -- as well as my books already on store shelves and available as ebook downloads.

Here's the interview:


 What is the title of your next book?

         Threads of Love, which will be released in May 2013
                  (Isn't this cover GORGEOUS!?)



 Where did the idea come from for the book?


          This series is based on my Norwegian heritage and
          my family history (fictionalized!). Threads of Love
          is book 3 and the last novel in my Fabric of Time series.



       


 Books 1 and 2 are now available in both traditional print AND ebook formats. 


Threads of Hope (Fabric of Time)Threads of Hope (book 1) 


Threads of Faith (Fabric of Time)












Threads of Faith (book 2)

What genre does your book fall under?

          Christian/Inspirational historical romance


Which actors would you choose to play your characters in a movie rendition?


           To play Jake Edgerton, I'd choose Luke Perry as he appeared in the Hallmark Channel movie 
           Goodnight for Justice
                You can watch the movie trailer by CLICKING HERE.
          

What is the one-sentence synopsis of your latest series?

          Follow the journeys of first Kristin in 1848 (Threads of Hope), 
          then Julianna in 1877 (Threads of Faith), and finally Emily in 1902 (Threads of Love
          as these women weave a tapestry of love, honor, and family unity into life's Fabric of Time.

          Will your book be self-published or represented by an agency? How long did it take you to write the first draft of your manuscript?


         It's published by Realms -- a division of Charisma Media and I can usually write a 75.000 
           word novel in 6 to 9 months time. That is, if life doesn't get in the way.


What other books would you compare this story to within your genre?

Seasons of Redemption Series, Volumes 1-4  -     
        By: Andrea Boeshaar


My last series, Seasons of Redemption, was published by Realms/Charisma Media.

Other authors include: Lena Nelson Dooley, Martha Rogers, Jillian Kent, and Beth Shriver and many others. You can find out more about Realms/Charisma Media authors, their books and their websites, by going to the blog called JUST THE WRITE CHARISMA.



Who or What inspired you to write this book?

 For my Fabric of Time series, my Norwegian heritage inspired me. For my Seasons of Redemption series I was inspired to write stories set during and just after America's Civil War. I thank God Almighty for giving me the gift of writing.

What else about your book might pique the reader interest?

My latest series, Fabric of Time, is set in Wisconsin, although my characters visit other places like England and Montana. My grandmother, an art and reading teacher in Tigerton, Wisconsin, painted a picture of Manitowoc's harbor. Many family members said the scene was "dark," and after my grandfather died, no one wanted it. But secretly I had always coveted the painting. It's no Monet, but my "Nana" painted it and I treasure it.

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Now it's time to pass the baton to additional authors so they can tell you about their amazing books. Their posts, which will have the same title as this one -- The Next Big Thing Blog Hop -- will be live on or around November 30th and over the weekend, so watch for them! Here are their names: 

Lily Silver
Loree Lough
Loz Tolsma

Also, check out the other authors I blog with on Just the Write Charisma and The Barn Door.

1 comment:

Lily Silver said...

Hi Andrea,
I'm intrigued by your newest work. I'm part Norwegian as well, so I'm always fascinated by the Norwegian American settlers and their stories. I like that you set many of your novels in Wisconsin. We do have a rich history here.

Thanks for joining the hop!

Lily