Good morning everyone. Today on my blog I have author Roni Hall and her newest book, Montana Wild.
Hi there Roni. I am so excited to have you here today. I love the title of your book. Can you tell us about it?
Sure. Here’s the blurb.
Spiraling downward after losing two loved ones within one week, Jamie’s world was closing in…until she grabs an unexpected lifeline and escapes. Knowing only New York City, Montana is another world and she is unprepared by how the land, the people and even the animals touch her.
After risking her life to save a child, Jamie shares an undeniable bond and the beginning ripples of deep emotions with her co-rescuer, Kevin. However, her past follows her to Montana and threatens all that she loves there.
Jamie has no choice but to hurt Kevin in order to save his life and returns to New York with her ex, Derrick.
Broken, Kevin refuses to believe she doesn’t love him and searches for Jamie, only to find her in Derrick’s lair. Once again Jamie tries to protect Kevin but this time gets caught in the cross fire.
Wow. This sounds super exciting and like a definite page turner. One question I like to ask authors iswhat first inspired you to write?
As a nurse, I encountered numerous memorable patients but there were a few that forever settled into my heart. Montana Wild is fiction, but Jacob, the patient in the story was real. In the span of a human lifetime, I knew him a very short time, but his spirit had a lasting effect on me.
I’m so sorry to hear about Jacob but he sounds like an amazing person. Its wonderful that you continue to carry him with you and keep his memory alive through your writing.
Jacob died decades ago but he stays with me and inspired me to write.
That in itself is truely inspirational. I know that being an author carries with it a set of challenges but despite it all, what is the best thing about being an author?
I can’t tell you how many people have told me that writing a book is on their bucket list. I am proud to say I did it!
LOL. I know it is something I have always wanted to do since I was a child. To be a published author is a dream come true. That and wanting to be able to be able to tell the future. That one hasn’t come true yet though. 😄 What about you? If you could have one super power, what would you choose?
Fly, I would definitely fly. It would be the ultimate freedom to soar above the earth and tour the world!
I’ve heard that flying is wonderful but I am so scared of heights. Absolutely terrified. What is one thing that scares you the most?
Bears. I am deathly afraid of being mauled by a bear…started with a childhood dream.
Really? It’s crazy how much one single moment in time can affect us for the rest of our lives. And sometimes it’s really hard to overcome those obstacles. Speaking of which, what is one thing that aggravates you no matter how much you fight against it? What’s your pet peeve?
I have to say it is passivity. Be passionate. There is nothing worse than being passive.
I totally agree. Passion is what makes us strive for everything we want in life. Roni, I want to thank you for stopping by my blog today. I really enjoyed talking to you. But before you go, can you tell us where we can find you and your book, Montana Wild?
No problem. Readers can find me and my novel at one of the links below:
Amazon buy link: