5Q’s with Samantha Christy

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Here today to answer my five questions is Contemporary Romance author Samantha Christy. With three books published in 2014, and her second book of 2015 due this summer, she’s a busy lady. So let’s get right to it! 🙂

Why did you start writing? Quite simply, the number one thing on my bucket list was to write a romance novel. My 2014 New Year’s Resolution was to finally go for it. I had no idea if I could do it. One day, I just sat down and developed some characters, then I did an outline, then I started writing. 16 months later, I’ve published 4 books and am working on #5.

What’s your favorite thing about being an author? The ability to bring alive the adage ‘anything is possible.’

Oh, and I love being able to get into the minds of men. My fourth novel, ‘Purple Orchids’ was written from different POVs and I had the most fun getting into my male character.

Have you read anything fantastic lately? The best book I’ve read this year is ‘Bright Side’ by Kim Holden.

What can readers expect from your books? The fun thing about my books is that each are distinctly different. Each have different levels of heat and sizzle. Some (Abstract Love and Finding Mikayla) have rather unique stories that rarely get touched on by mainstream romance.

Anything new you’d like to share? My fifth novel, ‘White Lilies’ is due to publish in July. While it is the second in The Mitchell Sisters series, it can be read as a standalone.

I love fan interaction, so don’t hesitate to look me up on Facebook!

I’ll be sure to do just that! Samantha’s books are available for purchase on Amazon.

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This section will feature an interview with a different writerly friend from the Goodreads group Read Romance, Write Romance each week.

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