My book character Charli, texted me to set up an interview. A few months ago, I had sat down with her and now she was ready to turn the tables and ask me some questions. We decided to meet by my outdoor fireplace with a nip of brandy. Before we started, I ran back in to the house for a warmer jacket and scarf and when I settled back by the fireplace and poked at the flames, she was eager to begin.
Charli: thanks for sharing the big news with me! About the reveal! The cover reveal!
Jena: Hi Charli! No warm up questions from you, we are plunging right in?
Charli: We’ll have plenty of time to dissect you- but I can’t wait to share the cover. Our third book- here it is!
Jena: So you like it?
Charli: I love it and so will everyone else! The blue is so pretty and I like the idea of the picnic basket. And the glasses of wine, of course!
Jena: The third book in my series…
Charli: OUR series
Jena: (choking on my warm amber brandy) Ok, OUR series is The Golden Age of Charli–GPS. The picnic set up and outdoor scene reminded me of travel…
Charli: But I do much more than travel in Book 3!
Jena: Yes, you do- you also travel inwardly and do some thinking about the meaning of life, the meaning of your life.
Charli: You make our book sound boring!
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