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2 responses to “Author Interview | ChocLit *launches!* a new imprint: Ruby Fiction wherein Ms James is one of their debut novelists under this new endeavour where ChocLit expands their catalogue into Women’s Fiction. Jorie converses with Ms James about her Boomerville Hotel!

  1. Jorie – thank you so much for hosting me on your lovely blog. You asked some brilliant questions that made me think out of my normal ‘interview box’ . I hope your readers like The Best Boomerville Hotel and massive thanks for your support on this blog tour. Wishing you very happy blogging and reading. With Love, Caroline xx

    • Hallo, Hallo Ms James!

      I regret the past few years were very kind to me health wise – I had a lot of health afflictions and an increase in my chronic migraines from 2018/19 to where I lost track of my beautiful comments arriving into my blog. I had meant to respond sooner than now to yours and hope you will forgive me the long delay. I never had the chance to read your novel either – however, I am thankful to say, the audiobook is now available to be heard via Scribd which is an audiobook streaming service I enjoy having a membership with as it fits my budget and the selection of audiobooks is diversely lovely. I’m hoping to resume my membership this Spring 2020 and I’ve earmarked myself to listen to the Boomerville Hotel at long last!

      It was a true joy of my own hosting you for this interview and I *loved!* finding out I gave you a happy challenge in responding to questions you are not normally asked – I try to make all my interviews uniquely special and specialised to each author I am interviewing. I do quite a bit of research about them online and then, try to relate questions to their story, series, collective works and/or writing process or things they like to do outside of researching and writing. It has been a wonderful journey interviewing authors over the years and this was definitely one of my favourites.

      I hope the past years have been kind to you – I look forward to following up with you after I hear the audiobook whilst also noting what you’ve released since this one as well.

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