What kind of books do you write?
Why did you choose this genre?
When you write, are you keyboard or paper?
Are you more motivated to write when the sun shines or when the weather is gray?
Where do you find your inspiration?
When you start a book, do you already have the whole story in your head, or is it built progressively?
How do you feel before the release of a book? Fear, joy? And after?
Between your first and last novel, do you feel a change? Do you write differently?
They say that writers project themselves into the skin and into the head of his hero / heroine, is that the case for you?
You define yourself more like a bookworm, a city mouse or a country mouse?
Molière said: “Writing is like prostitution. First we write for the love of it, then for a few friends, and in the end for money.” What do you think about it?
Your books have already been translated?
Do you pay attention to literary criticism?
The days are 25 hours. You spend that extra hour in the garden or in the kitchen?
What is the book you would bring with you on a deserted island?
In the evening, do you turn off the light directly or do you take the time to read?
Always read, unless the eyes are burning too bad.
Here's now an excerpt from Jodi last book From A Distance. You can find it on Amazon, Bookstrand, Barnes & Noble, and All Romance Ebooks.
From A Distance
Bad boy Grayson Jameson was coming home after
eighteen years, to a town that still hadn’t forgiven him. It was his brother’s
funeral, but Grayson had other motives. The woman, the town librarian he
couldn’t get out of his mind. How would Gillian Masterson react to his return?
Could star-crossed lovers finally come together? Or would they be consigned to
love only…From A Distance?
Clothes littered the floor on the way to the bedroom. Grayson leisurely made love to Gillian’s mouth at first. Her mouth was warm and sweet, she tasted good. She moaned against his lips when Grayson’s hands dropped to her bare shoulders.