Laura V. Hilton – Playing with Fire

Welcome back to Inspired Prompt, Laura!

Do you have any interesting writing rituals?  

Laura: I’m honestly not sure what you mean by rituals. I sit down in my chair, turn the computer on, critique someone else’s chapter, edit what I wrote the day before, then start writing. No music playing unless my daughter is listening to Pandora without earphones.

What is the book about? 

Laura: Arie Zimmerman has been in love with Noah Behr from almost the moment they met, but after a devastating wildfire destroys the community, everything changes. Noah questions how a loving Gott could allow such things to happen. As Arie and her family struggle to rebuild their home and lives, Noah escapes to California to fight another off-season wildfire—and maybe find Gott in the process.

When Noah returns, he promises Arie the prize money if she will help him with a chili cook-off to fund the fire department. Of course, in order to spend more time with the girl he loves, he’s also willing to pitch in unloading the new furniture and animals her daed bought at an auction. He’ll even help Arie slice and dice vegetables if he can taste test the recipes.

More than just the kitchen heats up as they spend time together. But will Noah find a still missing Gott in the process and discover there’s more to life than what he initially believed?

Thanks, Laura. What is your favorite part of the book?

Laura: When Noah tried to help Arie by chopping vegetables for the chili he got more than he bargained for.

Intriguing! So, is there a message in your book you hope readers will grasp? 

Laura: The one thing I always hope my readers “get” from my novels is God is. He does. He will.

That’s a great message for all of us to remember. Thanks for visiting Inspired Prompt and sharing more about your latest release.

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About the author–

Laura V. Hilton is an award-winning, sought-after author with over twenty Amish, contemporary, and historical romances. When she’s not writing, she reviews books for her blogs, and writes devotionals for blog posts for Seriously Write.

Laura and her pastor-husband have five children and a hyper dog named Skye. They currently live in Arkansas. One son is in the U.S. Coast Guard. She is a pastor’s wife, and homeschools her two youngest children.

When she’s not writing, Laura enjoys reading, and visiting lighthouses and waterfalls. Her favorite season is winter, her favorite holiday is Christmas.

About the book–

Plain Everyday Heroes: Playing with Fire by Laura V. Hilton 

Arie Zimmerman has been in love with Noah Behr from almost the moment they met, but after a devastating wildfire destroys the community, everything changes. Noah questions how a loving Gott could allow such things to happen. As Arie and her family struggle to rebuild their home and lives, Noah escapes to California to fight another off-season wildfire—and maybe find Gott in the process.

When Noah returns, he promises Arie the prize money if she will help him with a chili cook-off to fund the fire department. Of course, in order to spend more time with the girl he loves, he’s also willing to pitch in unloading the new furniture and animals her daed bought at an auction. He’ll even help Arie slice and dice vegetables if he can taste test the recipes.

More than just the kitchen heats up as they spend time together. But will Noah find a still missing Gott in the process and discover there’s more to life than what he initially believed?

Where can readers find you online?

http://www.amazon.com/Laura-V.-Hilton/e/B004IRSM5Q 

visit my blogs: http://lighthouse-academy.blogspot.com/   

Twitter: @Laura_V_Hilton

Facebook

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Purchase my books:

Amazon.com 

CBD

Barnes and Noble

 

One thought on “Laura V. Hilton – Playing with Fire

  1. Nice interview with Laura V. Hilton.
    Playing with Fire is a wonderful tale to read. The entire collection in Plain Everyday Heroes made this a great book. I enjoyed reading each story.

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