Hi, readers! Today I’ve got author Judy Griffith Gill here for a quick and easy chat. I posed one question to Judy:
What kind of music do you most enjoy?
Here’s what she told me:
When I’m writing, I can only listen to instrumental music for which there are no lyrics, or I don’t know them. Other than that, for just casual listening, I love Irish folk music–lots of fiddles and toe-tapping or smooth Enya-style dreamy. If I’m down, I play the sound track of Mama Mia and “dance like there’s nobody watching.” A sure pick-me-up.
Your turn, readers. What music do YOU enjoy?
Judy Griffith Gill has been a published novelist for nearly (gulp) 4 decades. Her first romance was published in 1975. Apart from an 8 year hiatus to help her husband build a house and landscape a chunk of BC coast wilderness with pick and shovel while raising teenage daughters, managing a book store, and taking Brownies camping, she hasn’t quit. Moving from sweet romance on to sexier reads with a hint of humor (Loveswept–now available in digital/audio through Open Road Media), then fantasy romance (as in the odd sea serpent or genie or alien messing with the love story) she moved into futuristic romance. That led to the series she’s working on now, The Chronicles of Storn. REFUGE is Book One. THE DIRTSIDERS, Book Two, is scheduled for winter 2015, with RIVER TO THE SEA, Book Three, in the initial stages.
Check out Refuge by Judy Griffith Gill
Winter on Storn is a killer. No one survives out of stasis. Some won’t survive in it. Labeled “Unearthly,” certain children will die. The Group collects kids with ESP and flees. To save them, they must reach Refuge. If winter’s maelstrom doesn’t kill them, the Committee will. Run. Ride. Hide.