Welcome to Thursday’s Thoughts. On the last Thursday of each month, I share the thoughts of a featured author in the form of answers to questions I posed to them. July’s featured author is Jo Tannah.
How long have you been writing?
Hmmm…I always smile when I get asked this. I’ve been writing since forever it seems. From a young age I guess, when I first started taking down the stories told me so I never forgot them? Growing up, books were a rarity in my country, not until a nationwide bookstore opened its doors back in the 1970s did we get them on a constant basis, otherwise, it was one delivery every quarter or six months.
Professionally, I really began writing articles for online magazines but they were technical stuff like medical journals. As a blogger, about four years and finally, as an author, I submitted my first story two years ago.
Are you a procrastinator or are you proactive when it comes to deadlines?
I am proactive, as I truly hate deadlines. I don’t like the pressure and want to work in peace and quiet without the deadline gremlin whispering in my ear.
What is your favorite motivational phrase?
Oh, I love this question. My favourite is one that my father used to say: “If plan A fails, go for plan B. If B fails, go to C and all the way to Z if need be. If all else fails, go back to plan A, otherwise, it’s time to read the instructions.”
What do you like to do when you’re not writing?
I read, watch movies, listen to music and read again. Other than those, I clean the house and drive the car all over town to do errands.
Who is Jo Tannah? She is a wife, mother and blogger by day, a writer by night. It can be difficult to say the least but it is a challenge that keeps her on her toes..
If you would like to know more about her books, you can check them out on Amazon or follow her on social media.
Website : http://www.jotannah.com
Check out her latest book entitled Objectified
PreOrder Link: http://www.extasybooks.com/add-prebuys-now/?product_id=5413
The first time billionaire Paul Howell laid eyes on Arjan Kerchner he knew he’d been caught. Paul never expected to fall head over heels in love with a man he’d only just met, but if there was one thing he never questioned it was his instincts.
Arjan was well aware of his perfect face and body but he’d turned his back on modeling to pursue his dreams of becoming a pharmaceutical chemist. Arjan never expected a stranger in a bar to buy him a bottle of water, nor to be courted by one of the richest men in the world the very next day.
It could have all been fun and romantic, but for a stalker who refused to accept that Arjan was not a possession.
Being in a relationship with a billionaire can be nice but restrictive, especially when there are bodyguards around.
Will Arjan learn to live with the choices he makes so he can be with Paul, or will the stalker put a violent end to what is beginning to look like a romance made in heaven?