3 Questions Wednesday with Ginger Solomon

Good morning, dear reader. Today we welcome author Ginger Solomon to Inspired Prompt. Ginger is offering one commenter an e-copy of One Choice. Stay tuned to find out more.

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Good morning, Ginger. Can you describe yourself in three words?

Organized. Average. Friendly.

A great combination.  Next question…

Someone offers you a fully-paid writing research trip to any place you desire to go. Where would it be and why?

eilean-donan-castle-665549_1920Scotland. I’ve had a fascination with Scotland for many years. I’d love to travel all around the country, checking out the castles. I love castles. I love the Scottish accent. I do not love haggis. At least I don’t think I would love it as I’ve never tried it and have no intention of doing so. 😊

Ha! I’m with you on loving the land and the accents, but I don’t think I would enjoy anything that contains a sheep’s lung. For your last question…

If someone made a movie of your life, what would be the theme song?

I’m not good with song names, but two come to mind. It was a toss-up, really. I just couldn’t decide between Don’t Worry, Be Happy or Amazing Grace. LOL

I like that, Ginger. If we’re saved by His amazing grace, we can lay aside worry and be happy. J

Readers: Leave a comment to enter the drawing for One Choice. Keep reading for information about the book!

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One Choice finalCahri 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, passion ignites. Will it spark a godly love that can see them through or will they be burned, never to be the same?


Ginger 6 - brightenedGinger Solomon is a Christian, a wife, a mother to seven, and a writer—in that order (mostly). She writes or reads inspirational romance of any genre, and if she’s busy homeschooling, doing laundry, or fixing dinner, books are on her mind. She’s a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, president of her local writing group, and blogs regularly for InspyRomance.com and at gingersolomon.com.

Author Links:

Website

Inspy Romance Blog

Facebook Author Page

Twitter @GingerS219

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Amazon Author Page

8 thoughts on “3 Questions Wednesday with Ginger Solomon

  1. I’ve read several of Ginger’s stories and enjoyed them. This picture of a castle in Scotland makes me want to travel there also! And “Amazing Grace” really fits us all! Thank you for giving us a glimpse of this author!

  2. Hi, Ginger! What a wonderfully busy life you must have as the momma of 7 and a writer! I’m adjusting to an empty nest since my youngest started college in the fall. I can hear all the life in your house right now! In mine, I hear the refrigerator humming. 🙂 I agree that Scotland would be an incredible research destination. That would be my second choice, only because my grandparents were born in a small village in Italy, which I must visit some day. So nice to meet you! Blessings!

    • I’d love to visit Italy as well. Since I had the chance to visit Ireland last summer, it would probably land as my second choice. 😉
      My house is not nearly as loud as you might think. Three of my kids are currently living elsewhere (two permanently moved, the other away at school); two more are gone more than they are home. Generally it’s just me and my two youngest (13, 15), so it’s quite quiet. 🙂 or maybe 😦 I haven’t decided yet. Some days it’s both.
      Thanks for stopping by.

  3. Scotland is another place I will love to visit. I love the culture and loyalty to their traditions.

    Book sounds interesting. Someone asked my if I would want an arranged marriage and I guess they the same thing would apply to this couple. Will love follow or will affection be enough?

    • I think living in an arranged marriage would be hard. But that’s why I write about them. Built in conflict. 😀
      I have managed to move into a different trope — friends to love — but I still LOVE writing marriage of convenience.

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