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A Conversation With Renee Blare

Nestled in the foothills of the Wind River Mountains, Renee Blare lives in Wyoming with her husband, crazy dogs, and ornery cat. She serves her beautiful small town as a pharmacist while penning her stories about struggling Christians as they travel along the journeys of their lives. She loves to interact with readers and invites you check out her website, blog, and social media.

When do you find time to write?
Renee: I work full-time as a pharmacy manager, so I write whenever I can. I guess that means whenever I can squeeze it in! I used to work part time, so it was a lot easier, but now I find time is a bit harder to manage. LOL But God is good.

How do you connect with your characters?
Renee: My characters are real to me and I love them so much! I put so much of me and those who I know in them that I can’t help but connect to them. Their struggles are much the same way. Physical, spiritual, or mental…I or someone I know has walked in their shoes. It makes it very easy to connect with them.

Why do you like writing romantic suspense?
Renee: I guess I like the flow of it. Suspense always keeps me wanting to know where the story is going to go next and romance keeps my heart warm and fuzzy! LOL. What can I say? I guess I love having people fall in love. God loves me, and I want people to be happy.

Current book: Racing Hearts
A young couple sets off on an adventure, but challenges arise in their newfound paradise. Soon, their love faces a trial. Placing the fate of their unborn child in the hands of God seems rather easy, but trusting each other? That may prove to be the largest challenge of all.

Connect W/Renee
Website: http://www.reneeblare.com/
Blog: https://reneeblare.blogspot.com/
Group Blog: http://diamondsinfiction.blogspot.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/474728079355449/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/blarerenee/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ReneeBlare
Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/u/0/113410151904056563997

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