QPQ – Annie Rollins is the unconventional lady in your story. What is it about her that the readers are going to love?
CH – Annie has a dream. One her mother doesn’t agree with. When Annie is sent to work at a nearby hotel, she follows her mother’s wishes, yet keeps her eye on her own dream. When she sees that dream threatened, she finds a way to pursue it, finding out that God had everything planned from the beginning.
QPQ – What is Annie most afraid of?
CH – Disappointing those she loves and not being true to who she is. Sometimes these desires clash.
QPQ – Dallas Baker – with a name like that you just know he’s the hero. What is it about Dallas that gets Annie’s split skirt in a twist?
CH – He gets hired for the job Annie invented.
QPQ – What do you like best about Dallas?
CH – He has a heart the size of the Grand Canyon. When he realizes how he has stepped on Annie’s toes, he does what he can to include her.
QPQ – Aside from the glorious view, what inspired you to set this story on the edge of the Grand Canyon?
CH – I searched for interesting places where Fred Harvey had built his hotels. When I found that one had been built at the Grand Canyon and that it still exists today, I knew one of the books had to be centered in that area.
QPQ – What do you hope readers will take away with them from An Unconventional Lady?
CH – That God has it all in control. When things sometimes look bleak, we need to look up to where the light is.
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~ Pegg Thomas