I always love running into Sabrina Jeffries at conferences–we swap stories of our kids–but our stories have a very unique twist–we both have sons with autism. Sabrina has given me great advice over the years–her son is much older and she’s got this great, “been there, done that” attitude that really helps me meet the challenges that she’s conquered. She’s so giving, she even went overboard with answering down below. I owe her so much! All you need to know is that besides being a talented writer, she is a kind, lovely lady who always makes me laugh.
Here are Five Seven Things About Sabrina Jeffries:
1. Did you have a nickname growing up?
Yes. Sadly, it was Debbity Dog (since my real name is Deborah)
2. Where is the most beautiful/romantic place you’ve ever been?
The Cameron Highlands of Malaysia
3. Do you celebrate when you finish a book and what you do?
I eat pizza and do a puzzle!
4. What new authors have you recently added to your TBR pile?
Meljean Brooks, Nalini Singh, but I guess they aren’t new, are they?
5. If you were not writing, what job would you have?
I would probably be a tech writer, but what I’d WANT to be is a singer. *G*
6. Most embarrassing song on your iPod.
“Coconut” As in, “Put the lime in the coconut and drink it all up…”
7. Print or ebook?
Sabrina has a brand new book out–which happily can be read in print or ebook, lol!– To Wed a Wild Lord, part of her Hellions of Halstead Hall series.
If you devour (which you probably will) To Wed a Wild Lord, never fear, A Lady Never Surrenders comes out January 24, 2012, so you won’t have long to wait. To learn more about her books, visit her website at http://www.sabrinajeffries.com
Along with you, Sabrina is one of my top ten autobuy authors! My copy of her latest is on pre-order and Amazon says it will be shipped soon! Can’t wait.
I had a friend who gave me a grocery bag full of her books. My house has gone to the dogs, literally! Loving it!
I love Sabrina Jeffries book! They are terrific and I can’t wait to get my hands on this new release.
I absolutely love your books. I hoping to have a chance to read Gabriel’s story this weekend. This is the one I have been waiting for since I read the first Hellion book.
Great little piece! I have a twin sister and our nick names were ‘Bomber’ (me) and ‘Goober’ (my sister)… I think she drew the short straw when the names were delved out. LOL!