3 Questions Wednesday with Traci Wooden-Carlisle

Happy Wednesday!  Traci Wooden-Carlisle began writing poetry and short stories as soon as she was able to form words on paper. She used that as a way to creating worlds, as well as, to communicate with God.

She’s offered to give away two awesome prizes to two blessed commentors: a digital copy of Missing Destiny, gifted through, Amazon, Barnes and Noble or Smashwords.  Also, a pendant and earring set of multicolored horses to go with the theme of Missing Destiny which mostly takes place on an equine therapy ranch.

 So read on and see how you can win…

First Question:

What inspires you?

Traci: Acts of kindness and love that I see people perform in everyday situations inspires me. I love seeing God move through people and I love the way He teaches me through others as well as circumstances my characters go through in my books.

I love small acts of kindness too! 🙂

You’re a new addition to the crayon box. What color would you be and why?

Traci: I would be blue and white swirl so children can make their own cloud animals on rainy days.

Beautiful thought. Last question:

As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?

Traci: At 11, I knew I wanted to be an author. I took a round-a-bout way of getting there, but it only took 29 years from the birth of that dream.

Thanks so much for dropping by, Traci.

Click to tweet: Fun author interview with Traci Wooden-Carlisle . #WriterWednesday #amwriting

Traci has graciously offered to give away two awesome prizes: a digital copy of Missing Destiny, gifted through, Amazon, Barnes and Noble or Smashwords.  Also, a pendant and earring set of multicolored horses. Don’t forget to leave a comment and be entered to win!


Missing Destiny

She spends Friday nights with charts and graphs. His best friend is a dog named Sebastian. 
All she’s ever wanted was peace and to feel she belonged. All he ever wanted was to disappear.
She’s a city girl hiding in a small town. He’s back home hiding from his past.
If life were perfect, they could be each other’s missing destiny.

When a mysterious man becomes a threat to her health Dr. Shauna Nathan, a workaholic scientist, is about to lose control over her emotions and her life.

Her family steps in to protect her even if it means disrupting her otherwise predictable and orderly existence by bribing her with a chance to spend time with her old college roommate and surround herself with her one true passion — horses.

She heads to a ranch in Chandler County to hide from her stalker. Instead, she might find there healing she looks for — and love she doesn’t. 

Horse therapist Zach moved to New York, had a successful career in finance, a beautiful wife, and daughter one day and the next it was all gone. He came back to Chandler County to come to terms with his loss and find a modicum of peace as a ranch hand- turned therapist at Murphy’s Equestrian Therapy Center. He has lost everyone he loved. Would he risk his heart again for Shauna? 

Though the ruthless killer on Shauna’s trail will stop at nothing to destroy her, will Zach and Shauna escape danger and find happiness in each other’s arms and their missing destiny?

Amazon – https://goo.gl/LsaMJi

Barnesandnoble – https://goo.gl/tvoBls

Kobo – https://goo.gl/ymhoOE


Traci Wooden-Carlisle began writing poetry and short stories as soon as she was able to form words on paper. She used that as a way to creating worlds, as well as, to communicate with God.

Mrs. Wooden-Carlisle lives in San Diego with her husband. She teaches fitness classes, runs a jewelry and craft business, and is currently writing the third book in her Christian-fiction romance series.

Amazon Author Page – https://goo.gl/mpD2YX

Bookbub – https://goo.gl/WMGebX

website: www.tawcarlisle.com

www.facebook.com/traciwoodencarlisle

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6548758.Traci_Wooden_Carlisle

www.instagram.com/tawcarlisle

www.twitter.com/traciwcarlisle

www.pinterest.com/tawcarlisle

6 thoughts on “3 Questions Wednesday with Traci Wooden-Carlisle

    • Hi Caryl,
      Thank you for your comment. I have often thought that beautiful acts done without many witnesses speak volumes.

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