Friday, October 21, 2011

with Susan Page Davis

Welcome back to the Barn Door Book Loft, Susan!
What kind of books do you enjoy reading?

I just received Margaret Daley’s From This Day Forward in the mail—it looks great! Historicals are high on my list, but I read lots of different kinds of books. Mystery and suspense are always fun.

If you were a style of music, what style would you be?
Probably folk music.

What is the quirkiest thing you have ever done?
Probably skulking around the parking garage near the state office building in Augusta, Maine, looking for a sniper’s best vantage point (for a book, of course—this was used in Hearts in the Crosshairs).

Are there things you put off doing because you dread them?
Can you say “vacuuming”?

Share a verse or Scripture passage with us that is special to you.
Hebrews 3:13 “But exhort one another daily, while it is called Today, lest any of you be hardened through the deceitfulness of sin.”

We all need to exhort and encourage one another daily.

When is your next book due out and can you tell us about it?
The sequel to The Lady’s Maid is Lady Anne’s Quest, and it will come out next spring—April, I think. As the title implies, it follows Lady Anne Stone, Elise’s mistress, as she goes on with her search. Between now and then, I have an anthology coming out—The Bride’s Prerogative. It will contain all three books of The Ladies’ Shooting Club series. And two of my mysteries will appear (in November and February) in Guideposts’ Patchwork Mysteries series.

You can purchase The Lady's Maid from Amazon.

Susan is giving away a copy of The Lady's Maid. To be entered in the book giveaway, leave a comment. You can enter the book giveaway twice--once on each spotlight post.


Courtney said...

Love your favorite verse, good reminder to lift eachother up in encouragement!!

Thanks for the chance to win this great book!!

kcmelone at yahoo dot com

wfnren said...

Thank you for doing this interview and hosting the giveaway. I can hardly wait to read this book.


Merry said...

It's great both ladies get their own story. I'm all in for the next book too. Susan is on my favorite authors list!
worthy2bpraised at gmail dot com

marybelle said...

I love Historicals too. I have this image of you skulking looking for a vantage point. You made my day.


Lady DragonKeeper said...

I looked at the cover for the Ladies Shooting club anthology on Mrs. Davis' site --looks neat (and you can still see all three of the original, lovely covers on there). Thanks for the chance to win!

Judy said...

I'm with Susan. I hate vacuuming! We do need to encourage one another, thanks for sharing your verse with us. I am looking forward to reading, The Lady's Maid. I would love to win a copy of this book. Thanks for this giveaway.


Anonymous said...

Good interview. I'd like
to read this book.


Charity said...

Please enter me in this drawing:) I like Susan's books and she has a nice style of writing. Thanks!

PriviesAndPrims said...

Wow, you've been doing some writing!
Would love to win this one. :)

priviesandprims at yahoo dot com

Marianne said...

Thanks Esther and Susan for the great post and giveaway. i would love to win.


Rebecca said...

Thank you so much for the chance to win this. This looks like an amazing book. I would love to read this. Thanks again.


Amy said...

Would love to win. I hate dusting. Please enter me. Thanks.

sweetdarknectar at gmail dot com

Teela said...

HaHa, I can just imagine Susan lurking around checking out the best spot for a sniper for a book! I think that would have been fun to watch! Thanks for the chance to win this book! teelayoung at hotmail dot com

apple blossom said...

this sounds like a good book thanks for chance to win it.

ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

Joy Hannabass said...

Since I love all of Susan Page Davis' books, I know this one will be awesome!
Thanks Susan for offering a book to give away, and thanks Esther for the Book Loft having Susan!

Pam K. said...

Thanks for sharing info with us, Susan, and for giving away a copy of "The Lady's Maid." I'd love to win; it sounds like just the kind of book I enjoy reading.


lgm52 said...

I'd really love the read this book. Sounds so very interesting...and with a sequel to follow!

margie said...

I just recently started reading Susan's books and now I am hooked!! I would love an opportunity to win The Lady's Maid. Thanks! margie at mijares dot net

Katie McCurdy said...

This is just my second entry for this giveaway. Thanks for the extra entry!

~ Katie

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