Monday, April 23, 2012

Dora Hiers' Journey's Edge

Title: Journey’s Edge
Publisher:  White Rose Publishing

Cover blurb: A Routine Audit? Hardly.

Red flags—including some goon who's following her—raise McKinley Frasier's suspicions that numbers don't add up at the insurance firm. When someone tries to snatch McKinley's daughter from school, she turns to police officer and ex-fiance, Renner Crossman—the cop who walked out on her a month before their wedding. But Renner's not the same guy who broke her heart ten years ago. He calls himself a "new man." She trusts the new Renner with her daughter's safety...but what about her heart?

1) How did this story come to you?
Actually, Trey Colton from Journey’s End inspired this book. Renner was Trey’s partner, both Deputy U.S. Marshals, but total personality opposites. I knew the moment Renner appeared on the page that he would have his own book. I had to dig around in his past to find his sweetheart, but when you meet Kinny, you’ll understand how perfect they are for each other.

2) Tell us about the journey to getting this book published.
Although Journey’s Edge is the second book in the Marshals of Journey Creek series, I didn’t submit it until after the release of Journey’s End because I wanted to familiarize myself with the publishing process. Soon after, White Rose Publishing contracted Journey’s Edge and the third book in the series, Journey’s Embrace.

3) Tell me three things about yourself that would surprise your readers.
1) I’m a family room sports fan. Why should I leave the comforts of my air-conditioned family room to enjoy NASCAR, football, and hockey?
2) No beaches for me. Give me the mountains! My favorite getaway consists of sipping coffee on a cabin deck tucked in the mountains.
3) I am obsessed with locking doors. Sometimes I check them a couple times to make sure they are really locked. Weird, right?

4) What are you working on now and what's next for you?
I just submitted When Truth Whispers, my first book in a new novella series. I’m in the early stages of the next book in that series based on a recent WRP prompt: A fire. A new identity. An old girlfriend. When I saw that prompt, I knew I couldn’t let it slide.

Expect Journey’s Embrace, the third book in the Marshals of Journey Creek series, to release soon with White Rose Publishing.

5) Parting comments?
Thanks so much, K. Dawn, for hosting me today! I’ve enjoyed visiting with you and checking out the fabulous books featured here.

6) Where can fans find you on the internet?
Website: http://www.dorahiers.com/
Email: Dora@DoraHiers.com
Blog: http://dorahiers.blogspot.com/
Facebook: Dora Hiers Author
Twitter: @DoraHiers

Purchase Links:
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=sr_tc_2_0?rh=i%3Astripbooks%2Ck%3ADora+Hiers&keywords=Dora+Hiers&ie=UTF8&qid=1333027958&sr=1-2-ent&field-contributor_id=B005FCDYB0

Pelican Book Group: http://www.pelicanbookgroup.com/ec/index.php

Autographed Copies: http://dorahiers.blogspot.com/

17 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for featuring JOURNEY'S EDGE today, K. Dawn! Appreciate your hospitality.

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  2. Enoyed reading your comments. I am always looking for new authors to read and your book sounds really interesting.

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  3. Please enter me! This book looks and sounds intriguing, and I would feel so blessed to win it. Thank you for the great interview. I have not seen too many people with hair the color of mine, but Dora's is close! :) Mine is a pinch darker than in my pic here...I was standing in the sun.

    dianalflowers[at]aol[dot]com

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  4. I loved JOURNEY'S END! Now that JOURNEY'S EDGE is available in print, I can't wait to get it!! But don't enter me to win...someone who's never read Dora's novels should get a copy - and get hooked!

    BTW, I'll be right there on that cabin deck with you, Dora. No beaches for me (my old boss used to say I'd melt into a puddle if I went to the beach in FL - he's probably right!).

    Blessings,
    Tammy

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  5. This sounds like a wonderful book to reaad. Thaks for the info.
    Blessings....Joy
    ibjoy1953(at)yahoo.com

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  6. I have not begun reading the "Marshals of Journey Creek" series yet. I must & soon I think.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  7. I just finished "Journey's End" and enjoyed it very much. Thanks for the chance to win this next story!
    twinwillowsfarm at gmail dot com

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  8. Wow!! Thanks, everybody, for the kind words! Pegg & Tammy, I'm thrilled that you enjoyed Journey's End. Your encouraging words ~and reviews~ mean so much to me!! :-)

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  9. I haven't yet read your Marshalls series, but I see my CP Tammy (*waves to Tammy*) gives it highest praise!!! I'd love to be entered to win a copy! Thanks for the giveaway.

    Best wishes with the continued success of your series.

    emily_reynolds(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  10. Sounds like a great book! I agree I'd rather be in the mountains than on a beach any day.
    greenduckie13 at gmail dot com

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  11. I loved the interview. Your books sounds intriguing, I can't wait to read it. Please enter me in the contest. I love to find a new author. God bless you and your books.

    Glenda Parker
    parker.glenda@ymail.com

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  12. You gals are awesome! Thanks so much for your excitement!

    Emily, I count my blessings for Tammy's support. I know she's a wonderful cp and friend! Blessings!

    Greenduckie, AMEN sister! Hubby and I are planning a trip to the mountains soon! There's just something so peaceful about sitting on a cabin deck gazing at the mountains...

    Glenda, thanks for the sweet words! Appreciate you. :-)

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  13. thanks for the chance to read this wonderful novel :)

    karenk
    kmkuka at yahoo dot com

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  14. Please enter me for the chance to win. It sounds like a great book and I love intriguing ones. I love the beach but a good book in the mountains is fabulous too. I love nature in all its beauty.

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  15. Thanks for your sweet words, KarenK & Victory Knitter. A great book is a must for the mountains or the beach, right? Make that great "books" ~ plural ~ because I would never go to either place with just one. :-)

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  16. I love the mountains also, especially the Sky Line Drive in VA, the views are incredible! Nice interview! Your book sounds very intriguing, I'd like to read it very much! Thank you for the free book drawing! God bless you, your family & your writing! -Dawn
    GRACEFULDOVESONG@AOL.COM

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  17. I would like to win a copy of this book--it sounds great! Thanks for the chance.

    nancyecdavis AT bellsouth DOT net

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