ABOUT THE BOOKEven knee-deep in planning her wedding, Faith Hunter finds herself distracted by the town scrapbook she was commissioned to create. Eden’s oldest mystery, the founding family’s exodus nearly a hundred years ago, remains unsolved. When a search through the family’s abandoned mansion leads to the uncovering of bones on the property and ex-boyfriend Steve Davis announces a surprise heir has staked a claim, Faith is determined to dig up the truth left behind. Meanwhile, family friend Wyatt Buford asks Faith to look into his deadbeat father’s disappearing act and his connection to the murder. Her quest for answers unearths secrets past and present that some would prefer stay buried at any cost. Faith’s resolve to present the facts and nothing but about Eden’s history could lead to her own future being cut short.
LOVE IT OR LEAVE IT INTERVIEW WITH CHRISTINA FREEBURN
A few of your favorite things:
Scrapbooking Supplies, pretty much anything Disney, Christmas movies.
Things you need to throw out:
Boxes, receipts, the keep-because-I-might-need-this-obscure-object-one-day stuff .
Things you need in order to write:
Computer, pen, Internet, excitement, what-if part of my brain working.
Things that hamper your writing:
Internet, self-doubt, daily distractions .
Things you love about writing:
Writing, readers, righting wrongs through fiction, meeting people.
Things you hate about writing:
Times I struggle for the words, marketing (doesn’t come natural to me).
Hardest thing about being a writer:
Easiest thing about being a writer:
Ideas (I have a document with ideas of books I’d like to write).
Things you never want to run out of:
Clean clothes, gas, scrapbooking tape, patience.
Things you wish you’d never bought:
Furbies for my children, a Ford Tempo, caramel M&Ms (because those things are addicting) .
Diet Coke .
Something that gives you a pickle face:
Something you wish you could do:
Something you wish you’d never learned to do:
Things you’d walk a mile for:
Things that make you want to run screaming from the room:
Snakes, ventriloquist dummies.
Things to say to an author:
You enjoyed their book or are interested in reading their book .
Things to say to an author if you want to be fictionally killed off in their next book:
Would I have read your work? (How would I know that? If I answer yes, I sound pretentious, if I say no than it comes across like I don’t have confidence that my books aret worth reading.)
Favorite places you’ve been:
Paris, Disney World, Provincetown .
Places you never want to go to again:
Black Canyon National Park (I’m terrified of heights, drive not fun nor looking down into the gorge).
Mystery and romance.
Books you would ban:
Autobiographies of criminals.
Things that make you happy:
My family, Disney, Christmastime .
Things that drive you crazy:
Double standards, hypocrisy.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Christina Freeburn started jotting down stories on her bus commute to high school and never stopped. The Scrap This Mystery series is a mix of crafty and crime, bringing together her love of mysteries and scrapbooking. Her New Beginnings series is an inspirational romantic suspense featuring heroines and heroes willing to risk their lives to find hope, promise and a future for those struggling in a world that’s set against them. Christina served in the JAG Corps of the US Army and has worked as a paralegal, librarian, and church secretary. Currently, she is plotting two new series and waiting to see which one wins over her muse.
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