Friday, May 6, 2011

Dishing it up with Sandra Edwards & her Incredible Dreams Kindle 3 Giveaway Tour

Today I have the pleasure of having Sandra Edwards on my blog today as part of her Incredible Dreams Kindle 3 Giveaway tour. Sandra is an award-winning author of romance. She has eclectic tastes, penning tales in a variety of genres such as paranormal (mostly time travel and reincarnation), contemporary and suspense. She lives in the U.S. (west coast) with her husband, two kids, four dogs and one very temperamental feline. Sandra's books often push the envelope and step outside the boundaries of conventional romance.

JET: Can you tell us about your most recent book, Vegas Baby?

Sandra: Vegas, Baby is the second book in the Soul Searchers series. It picks up where Broken Wings left off. While Broken Wings is, for the most part, Maggie and Tajan’s story, the second book is definitely Rio and Eddie’s story.

JET: What drew you to the paranormal and suspense genres?

Sandra: My muse’s writing tastes are as eclectic as my reading preference. Basically, I like to write in the same genres that I like to read.

JET: What’s been your most challenging hurdle on the road to publication?

Sandra: Getting traditional publishers to seriously consider my ‘outside the box’ stories.

JET: What was your favorite moment in the journey?

Sandra: Definitely fan mail. I love hearing from readers who’ve enjoyed a book of mine.

JET: Which authors had the most influence over you growing up?

Sandra: Rod Serling, Sidney Sheldon, Harold Robbins and Jackie Collins.

JET: When did you know you wanted to take the plunge into the writing world?

Sandra: I think it’s true for most writers that once you start writing, wanting to ‘take the plunge’ is a natural progression.

JET: What’s the craziest thing you’ve done in the name of book research? Most interesting fact you uncovered?

Sandra: Craziest thing I’ve ever done in the name of research? – I’ll never tell . Most interesting fact...? I’ve run across lots of interesting tidbits over the years but one of the most interesting things I’ve run across was in some records from the 1800s, a woman’s children were willed away from her in her husband’s will.

JET: Of all the novels and stories you’ve written - which one is your favorite? Why?

Sandra: That’s like choosing a favorite child. lol. I love them all.

JET: Any advice (from a writer’s standpoint) for the novices out there?

Sandra: Never give up the dream.

JET: All right - now that I’ve hammered you with the big questions, let’s tackle my favorite (and geeky) quick ten. . . starting with: Paper or Plastic?

Sandra: Plastic

JET: Steak or Tofu?

Sandra: Steak

JET: Beach or Mountains?

Sandra: Beach

JET: Country or Rock-n-Roll?

Sandra: Rock-n-roll

JET: Leather or Lace?

Sandra: lace

JET: Angels or Demons?

Sandra: Sinners are much more fun. lol

JET: Paper or Digital?

Sandra: digital (I’m a Kindle girl :)

JET: Silent Film Classics or Cheesy B Rated Horror?

Sandra: I’d toss both those choices for old black-and-white movies.

JET: Twilight or True Blood

Sandra: Can’t say that I know much of anything about either.

JET: Coffee or Tea?

Sandra: Tea

JET: Thank you for indulging me and thank you so much for taking the time to chat on my blog. Before we wrap this up, can you tell us where we can find out more about you and your books?

Sandra: For more info on my books, and to read generous excerpts, please visit my website at:

Followers of the "Incredible Dreams Kindle 3 Giveaway" here are your questions for this stop on the blog tour:

1. In which two categories did The Romance Reviews nominate Cate Rowan’s Kismet’s Kiss for the best of 2010?

2. In Debra L. Martin and David W. Small’s Otharia Books what planet do the Telkur twins flee to in order to escape the trumped up murder charges? – The answer can be found at

Next week we've got Barrie Abalard on Monday the 9th and Saffina Desforges on Friday the 13th - don't forget to swing in and comment on both these as well as my blog tour stops to have a chance at the Hunting Season Tour giveaways. 

Until then,


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Linda said...

I forgot to add my email, which is