Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Meet An Author

Emma Lane lives in Western New York near Lake Erie on a few picturesque acres with her ever patient husband. They own and operate a small herbtique which keeps their days busy and interesting during the summer months. They have two brilliant grown-up children and a wonderful pair of grandchildren.

In one way or another, the entire family contributes to her stories. They are her biggest fans and she is ever thankful for it.

“I never saw a printed word I did not like.”

Beloved Soldier Returns

Q) What inspired you to write this story?
BELOVED SOLDIER RETURNS is to be released August 8 from MUSA PUBLISHING.

All around us the soldiers are returning home from war duties. Adjustment is difficult for the families of these soldiers as well as for them and especially trying when there are recovering wounds. I remember when my own husband came home. Wow! It was a big adjustment for both of us and he had no wounds to hinder his experience. I have always been sympathetic to the families who are left behind by war.

In this story Lynda, our heroine, is struggling to accept the death of a loved one lost in the Napoleonic war at the battle of Waterloo. She thinks she is dreaming when he appears, still recovering from his wound, but alive. His head wound caused amnesia and his return has been delayed for almost 3 years. He has a fascinating story to tell everyone about his experience. Gypsies kept him alive, but there is a secret he learns about his head wound.

Q) How long did it take you to write?
Maybe a month. I did some research on the Roma. It was fascinating, and I lingered.

Q) What is your favorite thing about writing?
The excitement of a new story with new characters. They are like new friends coming alive in front of your very eyes.

Q) What is your least favorite thing about writing?
Editing, marketing, and every thing else besides writing. Writing is the reward for all the rest.

Q) If you could be any famous person for one day, who would you be and why?
Lois Lane. She has all that excitement, gets to write, and has an unusual boyfriend.

Q) What is the oldest thing in your fridge and how old is it?
ummm. peanut butter. Not sure how old it is. Still good I think. You didn’t think it was chocolate bars, did you?

Q) What can readers expect from you in the future?
I enjoy writing Traditional Regency and Contemporary Romantic Suspense, but I might take a break after this for awhile. Probably won’t but it’s nice to think I might take a rest and tend my garden.


_ said...

Thanks so much for having me today. I appreciate the opportunity to introduce my upcoming Traditional Regency. It's a romance, but with a serious side to it also. Happy ending though. :)
Emma Lane

Pembroke Sinclair said...

It was a pleasure hosting you!

Vonnie said...

A really interesting premise, Emma. Okay, it's be done, but it's still a GREAT premise. Where can I get it?