3 Questions Wednesday with Debra Lynn Collins

For AutumnToday we welcome author Debra Lynn Collins, to 3 Questions Wednesday!

Hi, Debra! So glad you stopped by. First question.

Which author would you never get tired of, and why?

Debra: This is a very hard question to answer, because I have SO many favorite authors it’s hard to single out just one. I guess the ones at the very top of my list are Staci Stallings, Debra Ullrick, Debby Mayne, and Melanie Dickerson. Each one of these authors has their own unique storytelling ability that hooks you at the beginning of their books and holds you there until the very end. I could read their books over and over again (and some of them I have).

Great authors, every one. And you couldn’t have a story without an evil villain.

Who is your favorite fictional villain?

Debra:  Don’t laugh 🙂 but I would have to say Ebenezer Scrooge. I am a huge fan of the classic, The Christmas Carol. I love how Ebenezer starts our as such a vile and evil man, but after a glimpse into his past, present, and future it completely changes his heart and his life forever 🙂

I love that story too! Last question:

What project are you currently working on?

Debra: Right now, I’m working on the second book in the Alabama Brides series, A Bride of His Own.

Sounds awesome. Thanks, Debra, for being our guest.

Debra has graciously offered two of her kindle books, Cowgirls Don’t Cry, for a giveaway. Leave a comment below to be entered.

Cowgirls Don’t CryCowgirlsDontCryFrontCover smaller

Sami Lawson’s scars run deep, and she trusts no one. Ever since her mother abandoned her 
family when she was ten, Sami has watched her father grow cold and bitter from a broken heart. 
The one question she cannot shake is: Where is God through all this? To her wounded heart, the only answer she can find is: He is not. As Sami gets to know Chase, her walls start to come down, which frightens her. Can she trust this man who seems so sincere? Or will he abandon her just like her mother did? 

After hearing rumors about Sami, Chase Townsend expected a “man-eater” of a woman, especially with a nickname like “Wild Cat.” Instead, he is stunned by the beauty with the sparkling blue eyes. 
However, Chase quickly figures out that something has happened to Sami, and he has to decide if he is willing to try to help her overcome her bitterness or if he should just let the “Wildcat” be. Because of Chase’s deep trust in God, and his strong perseverance streak, he makes it his mission to show Sami that God loves her and, only He can heal her broken past. 

Now that Chase has made it his business to witness to Sami, he finds himself falling in love.  Will his heart be broken when Sami pushes him away?

Link to Cowgirls Don’t Cry:    http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00QLKTNHO

Debra Lynn Collins was born and raised in Georgia, but moved to Alabama after marrying her real-life hero in 1981. She considers herself a Georgiabamian. Debra adores the south and couldn’t imagine herself living anywhere else. Not only has God blessed her with a wonderful husband, but He’s also blessed her with four beautiful children, and as of right now seven precious grandchildren. Through the years Debra has tried her hand at many, many other crafts.She enjoys quilting, making candles, soap, and jewelry. She also scrapbooks, does woodworking, and cake decorating. Oh, and Debra LOVES TO COOK!

4 thoughts on “3 Questions Wednesday with Debra Lynn Collins

  1. Cowgirls Don’t Cry sounds like a great book to add to my TBR pile!
    I would have to agree with Debra there are so many great authors to read it’s impossible to only pick one!

  2. I love your cover! And what a great answer to the villain question! Such a timeless story! 🙂 And yes, I am ready for Christmas. Not the cold and blizzards, but the music, the smells, and the family time.

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