VS: What is a typical writing day like for you?
Lori: The Pursuit of Tamsen Littlejohn (WaterBrook Press, April 2014), set in 1787, is a story about identity, and what happens when that particular rug is pulled out from under a person. That’s already happened to Jesse Bird, the hero in the story, who doesn’t remember his parents or where he comes from. It happens to the heroine, Tamsen Littlejohn, when she discovers the family history she thought she knew isn’t even half the story. Jesse and Tamsen are thrown together in a moment of crises, and flee
across the Blue Ridge Mountains in search of safety. Along the way, Tamsen learns she has more say in the matter of who she is, and who she will become, than she once thought.
VS: What did you find to be the most challenging part of writing your book(s)?
Lori: At my website, loribenton.blogspot.com, readers will find links to the first two chapters of Burning Sky and The Pursuit of Tamsen Littlejohn, as well as links to connect with me on Facebook and Pinterest. There’s also behind-the-scenes content for my books.