BBB: What inspired you to become an author?
JS: I have always loved books. I learned to read and write at a very young age and since then, I'm rarely seen without a pen and notebook. While on maternity leave with my son four years ago, I decided that it was time to get serious about my writing and I wrote my first holiday novella, published in November 2011 through The Wild Rose Press.
JS: I published two holiday novellas through the Wild Rose Press-Mistletoe Fever and Mistletoe and Molly. Then in 2012, I published a full length holiday romance-Mistletoe Bachelors through Secret Cravings Publishing. And currently, I am writing a six book series for Harlequin Heartwarming. Books one and two-The Trouble With Mistletoe and What A Girl Wants are available now. And books three and four-Falling for Leigh and The Mistletoe Melody release this fall. Then two more next year:)
JS: Everywhere. I love small towns, so I've always wanted to write a small town series. Writing the Brookhollow series has been wonderful-the characters have become a real part of my life after so much time together and I sincerely look forward to telling more of their individual stories. I've also written a lot of holiday themed stories and that's because I firmly believe that there's no better time for love and romance than the holiday season lol:) And my last name is 'Snow', and it looks good on the holiday covers.
JS: I'm afraid to say no, because it might suddenly happen...but not usually, at least not anymore. I have tough writing days, but I think once you discipline yourself to sit and write every day even if you don't feel like writing, you don't open yourself up to the excuse of writer's block. Some days the words don't flow as nicely or as easily as other days, but the trick is to just write something-however bad-you can always change, fix or delete later. I do suffer anxiety about my writing-especially when I'm not sure where a plot is heading or I have a submission out to an editor, but I just keep writing and hope for the best.
JS: Currently, I am finishing books five and six of the Brookhollow series releasing next year and I have also started two new contemporary romance series that are currently out on submission.
BBB: How can readers discover more about you and your work?
JS: My website www.jennifersnowauthor.com is the best place to go-I have a Brookhollow blog and book trailers posted there. I am also on Facebook at www.facebook.com/jennifer-snow-books and on Twitter at @jennifersnow18. I also blog as part of the Heartwarming authors group at http://heartwarmingauthors.blogspot.com and I have a page on Amazon Author Central.