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A Conversation With Donna Schlachter

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Donna lives in Denver with husband Patrick, writing historical suspense. She is a member of ACFW & Sisters In Crime; teaches writing classes & courses; is a ghostwriter & editor, & judges in writing contests. She loves history & research, & is represented by Terrie Wolf of AKA Literary Management.

What’s the hardest part of writing romantic suspense?
Donna: For me, getting the romantic part in! Although I’m finding with every romantic suspense book I write, it’s getting easier.

When do you find time to write?
Donna: I am a kept woman in that I don’t have to work outside the home. My husband is very supportive of my writing. I think he’s figured out that if I don’t write, he’ll have to live with a crazy woman.

What is your favorite spot for reading or reflecting on your current work-in-progress?
Donna: A local coffee shop. Away from the distractions of home, I am most productive. I have a standing appointment to write there on my calendar for every Monday morning to get the week started out right.

What’s your go-to when you need a pick-me-up to keep writing?
Donna: A cup of coffee, usually around three in the afternoon.

Current book: Mail-Order Brides Collection
John Stewart needs a wife. Mary Johannson needs a home. On her way West, Mary falls in love with another. Now both must choose between commitment and true love.

Connect W/Donna
Website: www.HiStoryThruTheAges.wordpress.com, www.HiStoryThruTheAges.com
Facebook: www.Facebook.com/DonnaschlachterAuthor
Twitter: www.Twitter.com/DonnaSchlachter
Amazon: http://amzn.to/2ci5Xqq
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