3 Questions with Cynthia Roemer

 

IMG_3623This morning we welcome author Cynthia Roemer.  Readers, be sure to leave Cynthia a comment for a chance to win a  copy of her book Under Prairie Skies. Good morning, Cynthia.

Describe yourself in 3 words: 

Cynthia: Faithful, Quiet, Outdoorsy

I love the outdoors too.

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

Cynthia: Well, since I write historical fiction, rather than be sent somewhere, I would wish to be transported into the past. It would be so wonderful to take a trip back to the 1850’s to experience life as it was during the setting of my novels. And just think how much time I would save in research. LOL!

LOL! That would be a fantastic trip.

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

Cynthia: I would have to say, “A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes” from the animated version of Cinderella. Since I was a teenager I dreamed of being a published novelist. It’s been a long journey, but the Lord is faithful. Though it took thirty years, He allowed the dream in my heart to come to fruition. For that I’m truly grateful and give Him the praise!

I agree, Cynthia. God is truly faithful. Thank you for joining us on Inspired Prompt and allowing us to know you better.

Click to Tweet: Though it took thirty years, He allowed the dream in my heart to come to fruition. For that I’m truly grateful and give Him the praise!

Readers, don’t forget to leave Cynthia a comment for a chance to win a copy of Under Prairie Skies.
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UNDER PRAIRIE SKIES

~ Beyond shattered dreams lies a realm of possibilities ~

Book Cover ~ Under Prairie Skies (Final)Illinois prairie ~1855

Unsettled by the news that her estranged cousin and uncle are returning home after a year away, Charlotte Stanton goes to ready their cabin and finds a handsome stranger has taken up residence. Convinced he’s a squatter, she throws him off the property before learning his full identity. Little does she know, their paths are destined to cross again.

Quiet and ruggedly handsome, Chad Avery’s uncanny ability to see through Charlotte’s feisty exterior and expose her inner weaknesses both infuriates and intrigues her. When a tragic accident incites her family to move east, Charlotte stays behind in hopes of becoming better acquainted with the elusive cattleman. Yet Chad’s unwillingness to divulge his hidden past, along with his vow not to love again, threatens to keep them apart forever.

AUTHOR BIO: 

Cynthia Roemer is an award-winning inspirational writer with a heart for scattering seeds of hope into the lives of readers. Raised in the cornfields of rural Illinois, Cynthia enjoys spinning tales set in the backdrop of the 1800s prairie. She writes from her family farm in central Illinois where she resides with her husband and their two college-aged sons. Under Prairie Skies is Book Two in her Prairie Sky Series.

Contact Info:

IMG_3623Cynthia Roemer can be contacted at:

Website:  http://cynthiaroemer.com/

Twitter:  https://twitter.com@cynthiaroemer

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AuthorCynthiaRoemer/

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/16785237.Cynthia_Roemer

Author Newsletter Sign-up: http://cynthiaroemer.com/

 

 

 

 

 

14 thoughts on “3 Questions with Cynthia Roemer

  1. This interview was great. Nice to know how you started writing and kept up with it. Your new book sounds like they me some problems and a little romanance. Thanks for a chance at this book..thanks.

  2. Cynthia, it also took me about 30 years to get from the desire to publish a book some day to the actual “some day.” When I was in college I read (or heard) that people don’t really have anything to write about until their mid-30’s, until they’ve experienced life. I don’t agree with that now, but back then it made me feel a little better…a good excuse, I suppose. So when my (late) 30’s hit, I started writing…less beause of that statement and more because my children were getting older and taking less of my energy. 🙂 However, I do think I had something more meaningful to write about because I had lived some life by then…although I’m jealous (in all the best ways) of younger writers who have great things to write about much ealier than I did. 🙂 I enjoyed your interview!

    • Thanks, Karen! And thanks for sharing some of your own story! I know what you mean about younger authors! But the Lord has his timing. He knew it was best I enjoy my sons growing up ahead of my novels. For that I’m thankful! God bless your writing journey!

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