Author spotlight: Charlene Raddon

Welcome historical romance author, Charlene Raddon. Charlene Raddon

Why do you write fiction?
It satisfies my soul.

Please tell us about your book. What ideas or images inspired this novel?
Taming Jenna is pure entertainment. A friend inspired the story by telling me to write about a woman who needed to find a man she could only identify by a scar on his bottom. It was great fun to write.

Do you have an ideal reader in mind when you write? If so, please describe that reader.
A lover of the old west and romance who likes to be swept away to another time and place, another lifestyle and learn what it’s like to live there.

Please describe your writing routine.
Basically, I’m at my computer all day every day. I do my email, take care of business and then I write. But the schedule varies, depending on when the spark to create lights inside my brain.

What advice do you give new writers just starting out?
Don’t take yourself too seriously. Write for fun, to please you. Take criticism with a grain of salt and learn to trust your own judgment. And never give up.

More about Taming Jenna:

Deserted by her father at the tender age of seven, Jenna Leigh-Whittington had taught herself to ride, shoot, brawl…and steer clear of the opposite sex. But now, in a lonely Utah canyon, the Pinkerton agent has drawn her gun on a rugged stranger—only to discover that, far from the dangerous outlaw she’d been tracking, he is Branch McCauley, hired gun…and the most irresistible rascal ever to tempt and torment a woman!

Taming Jenna by Charlene RaddonTHE RIGHT WOMAN
If there’s one thing McCauley trusts less than a female, it’s a female who packs a six-gun. But what a woman! Vowing to bring the sensuous hellcat to heel, McCauley has no inkling that their passionate battle of wills has just begun. Taming Jenna will be the most seductive—and satisfying—job he’s ever taken on.

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One Response to Author spotlight: Charlene Raddon

  1. char4wmfw says:

    Thanks for the interview, Annette. It was fun.


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