Monday, September 30, 2013

Giveaway! Peril by Jordyn Redwood!

Welcome back Jordyn Redwood! Since this is the third time for you to visit, I thought I would throw in some fun questions, maybe some that aren’t part of the norm in other interviews. :- )
If you could go anywhere on vacation where would it be?
JR: I’ve always had a fascination with Italy so I would LOVE to visit there. However, I would probably be thinking the whole time about how I could get into the Vatican archives and see exactly what is in there. I’m sure so many stories could be told from what they’re keeping locked up and hidden.

Do you have any pets?
JR: Yes. One rescue dog named Harley. He looks like a white lab.
Your favorite book that you have written?

JR: Proof will always have a special place in my heart because it was my first book but Peril (the last book in the Bloodline trilogy) is my favorite. I just felt myself growing as an author and it was the first medical concept I wanted to write about but had abandoned many years ago because many thought it wa
s too controversial for CBA. I’m very curious to know what readers think.

What is your favorite pastime?

JR: I love snuggling with my girls watching movies and cross-stitching. Those are the things that relax me.
Favorite book?
JR: Life Expectancy by Dean Koontz. You knew it’d be Koontz, right?
Favorite movie?

JR: This is harder for me so I’ll name a couple. While You Were Sleeping. I could watch that over and over and generally do every Christmas. There’s an old movie called The Changeling that starred George C. Scott that was probably my first introduction to suspense films and I loved it—that tingling apprehension from watching a thriller.

What people have inspired you in your writing journey?

JR: So many but I’m a big fan of James Scott Bell’s writing career in the sense that he’s doing everything well. Writing multiple genres (zombie fiction, suspense, historical), multiple platforms (fiction, non-fiction, traditional and self-published) and has a great heart for teaching and is a true expert on the craft of righting. He also fully transitioned from a career that wasn’t writing related. I’d like to have a career like his someday.

What character in a novel you have read has stood out and seemed to stand the test of time?

JR: Wow, tough question. I’d have to pick two from mainstream fiction: Patricia Cornwell’s Kay Scarpetta and James Patterson’s Alex Cross. I don’t love each of the books that highlight these characters but I have grown to love them and will probably continue to read them.

If you could meet one person from history who would it be and why?

JR: As a Christian, do you get in trouble if you don’t say Jesus? Of course, I would love to meet Him but that’s maybe an obvious answer so I’ll pick another and it stems from my interest in all things scary. I’d like to meet and interview Hitler—a truly evil, villainous man. I would have been interested in his youth. About the threads that wove together to make him the man he became.
Okay, last one and a fun one for our readers today: If you were stranded on a desert island and could only take one thing, what would it be? Why?

One thing? Comedian Tim Hawkins because at least I could die laughing.

Casey—thanks so much for having me! It’s always great being here with you and your readers.

Too fun, thanks for joining us for a third time!! It is a privilege.  : -)

Readers, enter to win Jordyn's book here!

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  1. cannot wait to read this novel...thanks for the chance, casey & jordyn

    i'm a follower & email subscriber, too

    kmkuka at yahoo dot com

  2. This sounds like a wonderful book! Thank you so much for the giveaway!! I am a follower and an email subscriber.


  3. We have a lot in common, Jordyn! I LOVE Italy (I went there two years ago and going again this month!), had a rescue named Harley (but he was a cat), I write, and I cross stitch as well. ;)

    The cover of Peril is eye-catching! I can't wait to read it. Thanks for the opportunity to win it. I wish you great success.

    I'm a follower and a subscriber nicnac63 AT hotmail DOT com

    1. WOW!! I am a little jealous of your travels. So tell me-- what was your most favorite part of being in Italy? What's the one thing I MUST do.

      Hope you have a chance to read any book of the Bloodline Trilogy.

  4. Entry for Janet E:
    I have read Jordyn's first book and would love to win this one to give to the church library.
    Thanks for entering me in your giveaway.

  5. Fun interview. I look forward to reading this book. Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy.

    I'm a follower and subscriber.

  6. Hi, Jordyn!

    Really enjoyed your interview! I haven't read any of your books, but did a quick check on Amazon - & must say that they all sound like very exciting, suspenseful, books with unusual, interesting storylines! I would enjoy reading each one, & thank you, & Casey, for the opportunity to win a copy of Peril.


    I am a follower & subscriber.

    1. Awww-- thanks, Bonnie. If you end up reading them-- I'd love to hear your thoughts.

      Good luck!

  7. I sure wish my local library would get Jordyn's books, because I'm dying to read them. Maybe I'll get really lucky and win this one! I am an email subscriber.
    kandrajane at bell south dot net

  8. Entry for Cherie:
    Hi again, it's me, thanks for letting me do this on here. I would love to read the books, I don't read a lot of suspense, but love it when I do.
    I am a subscriber and a follower

  9. Great interview. Looking forward to reading this book. Thank you for the opportunity to enter this giveaway. Please enter my name.
    Barbara Thompson

  10. Love the cover. The green eyes just draw you in. fishingjan at aol(dot)com

  11. I really want to read this book. It sounds so good. I love the cover. Thanks for the giveaway.

    1. Aren't they great! I think my publisher did a fantastic job with the covers.

  12. This looks great! Really want to read it.


  13. I'm a follower!


  14. I'm a subscriber



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