Author Rachael Renee Anderson Rachael Anderson is the author of five novels (Working It Out, The Reluctant Bachelorette, Minor Adjustments, Luck of the Draw, and Divinely Designed) and two novellas (Twist of Fate, from the All I Want anthology and The Meltdown Match from The Timeless Romance Anthology: Summer Wedding Collection). She’s the mother of four and is pretty good at breaking up fights, or at least sending guilty parties to their rooms. She can’t sing, doesn’t dance, and despises tragedies. But she recently figured out how yeast works and can now make homemade bread, which she is really good at eating.
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Special Author InterviewSay your publisher has offered to fly you anywhere in the world to do research on an upcoming book, where would you most likely want to go?New Zealand, hands down. I’ve ALWAYS wanted to go there. It would make a beautiful setting for any book.What is your favorite genre to write?Romance—the clean and romantic varietyWhat is one silly fact about you?My favorite snack is a spoonful of peanut butter dipped in chocolate chips. Yum.
What got you started on your writing journey?I’ve always loved to read and one day decided I’d like to write a book as well. So I started one, got 30 pages into it, and gave up. Writing and getting your book published is easy these days. However, there are still many good writers who start but stop writing mid-way and give up on the project. Look at here if you think that it is easy to write a book. Writing is not rocket science, but it is also not just about putting words on the paper. Several years later I started another one. Several years after that I finally finished it and actually got it published. Thankfully, I’ve now learned how to write them a little quicker. Why do you choose to write clean/sweet romance? Do you write steamy romance as well?I like to keep my books clean because those are the books I like to read. Those are also the type of books I want my kids to read. So no, no steam for me. Chemistry, yes. Romance, definitely. But no steam.What is the most rewarding thing about being a writer?Positive reviews that say my book has made a positive impact on someone. There’s no better feeling than that.How much of your personality and life experiences are in your writing?There’s a saying that you should write what you know. In that respect, a lot of my personality and experiences are in my writing. But I also like to write about what I don’t know and would like to know. That’s where research comes in.What are your hero and heroine of the story like?Grace would be predictable, intelligent, safe, loyal, and a tad snarky. Seth would be adventurous, funny, smart, flirtatious, and spontaneous.Use no more than two sentences. Why should we read your book?Because it’s a fun, upbeat, and feel-good story that will hopefully make you see the world in a better light. Thanks for the great interview!!
Working It OutA chance encounter . . . Grace Warren’s life is safe and predictable—exactly the way she likes it. But when she gets roped into going to an auction to help out a friend, everything changes. She meets Seth Tuttle—a guy who unexpectedly kisses her then disappears, leaving her flustered and upset. If she never sees him again, it will be too soon.
A chance for love . . . Weeks later, when Seth limps into Grace’s rehab clinic post surgery, she immediately recognizes him. Unfortunately, he’s every bit as frustrating and annoying as she remembered. Yet there’s something about him that makes her second-guess her carefully placed boundaries even though he’s everything she’s sure she doesn’t want in a man. But maybe Seth is exactly what Grace has needed all along—assuming she’s willing to risk safe and predictable for a chance at love.
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