Today we welcome author Ginger Solomon to 3 Questions Wednesday.
(1) What is your favorite book? [Bible excluded]
Ginger: I read extensively, so it’s really hard to narrow down the list to one favorite book. If I had to choose, I would say Winter, and its sequel Prophetess by Keven Newsome. These books are outside my preferred genre, but something about the supernatural draws me.
(2) If you could walk into any book, what literary character would you want to be?
Ginger: What literary character would I be? Hmmm. There are so many good ones, but we writers tend to put our heroines through the wringer (pardon the cliché), so it’s hard to decide whose life I’d like to live. I like the idea of an Amish heroine, with their simple life, but I don’t think I’d like getting up before dawn or living without electricity. I guess I’d like to be one of the heroines in Mary Connealy’s books. At least then I’d get to ride a horse once in a while. J
(3) If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?
Ginger: Ah, finally an easy question to answer. I’d go to Scotland and/or Ireland. My ancestors are Irish, but for some reason Scotland has a special place in my heart. I love their accent, the old castles, and the sound of the pipes. I’d spend weeks traveling the countryside, visiting the locals and the castles, learning Gaelic, and just having a grand old time. I’d love to try on a traditional arisaid (a tartan for women). *sigh*
Thanks, Ginger, For joining us on 3 Questions Wednesday! Leave a comment to be entered to win a copy of One Choice.
Cahri Michaels is American by birth, but Belikarian by choice. Being selected to participate in the Bridal March forces her to give up the independent life she’s created for herself. She’s not ready to be anyone’s wife, much less to a man she doesn’t know.
Prince Josiah Vallis despises the centuries old tradition—the Bridal March—that is forcing him to choose a wife from fifty women. Why does it matter that he’s twenty-five and still single?
When Cahri and Josiah meet, sparks fly. Will it ignite a godly love that can see them through or will they be burned, never to be the same?
Ginger Solomon is a Christian, a wife, a mother to seven, and a writer — in that order (mostly). When not homeschooling her youngest five, doing laundry or fixing dinner, she writes or reads romance of any genre, some sci-fi/fantasy, and some suspense. She’s a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, president of her local writing group, and writes regularly for two blogs. In addition to all that, she loves animals, horses especially, and likes to do needlework (knitting, crocheting, and sometimes cross-stitch).