Meet This Author: Annie England Noblin

Q: When did you begin writing your novel, Christmas in Blue Dog Valley?
Annie: During the height of the pandemic. It was such a stress relief for me to be able to sit down at my computer and write about a world I could control!

Q: Where do you find inspiration for your writing?
Annie: Everywhere. That’s the thing I love about writing. I might find inspiration on the drive to work or
while I’m shopping for groceries.

Q: Tell us, readers, what your novel, Christmas in Blue Dog Valley, is about.
Annie: It’s about a L.A. vet who moves to rural Wisconsin in the middle of the wintertime with nothing
but a suitcase and a hairless cat she found at the airport.

Q: How would you describe your writing style?
Annie: I’m very much a fly-by-the-seat-of-my pants writer. I like having a plan, but the plan mostly exists
in my head. I try to write in a way that connects with readers of all ages and all backgrounds. I figure if I
just write people the way they are; readers will embrace it.

Q: What themes will readers find in your new release? 
Annie: Love—always love! There is also the fish out of water, which is my absolute favorite theme to
write about.

Q: What other projects are you currently working on?
I’m currently working on another Christmas novel called Christmas in Corgi Cove. Beyond that, I
have another couple of novel ideas that I’m making notes for.

Q: How did you get into the romance/contemporary genre? 
Annie: By complete accident. I sat down to write my first novel because I wanted to write they type of
book that I wanted to read. Turns out, contemporary romance is exactly my favorite type of book. I just
didn’t realize it at the time.

Q: What main advice would you give to aspiring writers?
Annie: Write something every single day, even if it’s not something you’ll end up using. Making a habit
out of writing is really important. Also, don’t forget to call yourself a writer. Don’t shy away from that!

Q: Using three words, how would you describe your hero and heroine?
Annie: Hesitant, Hilarious, and Hot (I mean, it is Wisconsin in winter, so they’re pretty cold most of the
time, but you know what I’m trying to say)!

Q: Where can readers find you and your book online? 
Annie: On the Harper website, Amazon, and pretty much anywhere books online are sold!

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