Author Interview with Melinda Curtis
Q: When did you begin writing stories?
I always loved to write stories in school, but I began to seriously pursue writing about twenty years ago (which makes me sound long in the tooth – gah!).
Q: Which of your books was the easiest to write?
My most recent Christmas release – A Very Merry Match – was a book that was very easy to write because of the humor (a kindergarten teach takes on a series of part-time jobs to try and pay off her dead husband’s debt while coming to terms with her grandmother dating again).
Q: Tell us about your new writing project included in the anthology, Thankfully In Love.
My contribution to this anthology was Dog-Gone Holiday, which features a chef trying to put on an important holiday dinner to obtain financing for his restaurant, but he begins to think the St. Bernard in the house can talk. If you haven’t guessed, a common theme in my books is humor.
Q: Do you have any future writing projects coming out soon?
My next release is in February – The Littlest Cowgirls. It’s about an action movie star coming to terms with being a father.
Q: Describe your writing style using only three words.
Fun, emotional, quirky
Q: Where can readers find you and your work online?
Newsletter (with 2 free reads): https://www.melindacurtis.net/signup