Sandra Edwards

The Memory Bouquet is a novella that features a trio of short stories starring the Franklin sisters: Risa, Ginger & Georgia.

In Separate Ways, after Ginger crosses paths with her first love, she discovers just how much she regrets now belonging to someone else.

In Heartbreak Time, eldest sister Risa is coming to terms with the fact that her life is falling apart, and it's happening right before for her daughter's wedding.

In Pieces of April, Georgia—a famous singer who hasn't been home in nearly twenty-five years—reminisces about two critical events from her teenage years that changed her life forever.

 


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Also available for Amazon Kindle (UK) http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0073L7D4

 

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An excerpt from The Memory Bouquet

 

About Sandra Edwards

Sandra is an award-winning author of romance. She has eclectic tastes, penning tales in a variety of genres such as paranormal (mostly time travel and reincarnation), contemporary and suspense. She lives in the U.S. (west coast) with her husband, two kids, four dogs and one very temperamental feline. Sandra's books often push the envelope and step outside the boundaries of conventional romance. For more info on Sandra's books, visit her website at www.sandrawrites.com.

 

Also by Sandra Edwards

Crazy For You

Incredible Dream

Secondary Targets

Broken Wings

Vegas, Baby

Staked

Saving Katya

Trading Up

The Marriage Bargain.

 

An Interview with Sandra Edwards
By Holly Hewson for The Romance Studio

HH: Sandy, thank you for talking with us at TRS. Your featured book The Memory Bouquet. First, where did you get the idea for this trio of stories?

SE:Thanks for having me, Holly!

Actually, I got the idea for The Memory Bouquet’s upcoming sequel (The Lonely Hearts Club) first. I love reunion stories, and anytime I’m brainstorming a new project, my muse tends to wander off in that direction. Once I realized I wanted to write a story about a wedding that would reunite estranged family members and open old wounds, The Memory Bouquet kind of blossomed from there as a way to reveal the past, which feeds the conflicts that come to light as family and friends gather for the wedding of Risa’s (the eldest sister) daughter’s wedding.

HH: What do you like best about each of these sisters and why will readers relate to them?

SE: I love Ginger’s wit, Georgia’s vulnerability, and I admire Risa’s ability to hold her head high when it seems all is lost for her.

HH: Which of the stories did you most enjoy writing?

SE: Honestly, I don’t have a favorite. I enjoy writing about each of the sisters.

HH: Which story was the most challenging to write and why?

SE: Risa’s story was the toughest to write. Mainly because she’s harbored such (unjustified) hatred toward her sister Georgia for so many years. It was oftentimes hard to keep that hatred from running so rampant that there could never be a reconciliation between the two. 

HH: What common thread, aside from sisterhood, connects the stories?

SE: I’d have to say the upcoming wedding between Lisa (Risa’s daughter) which takes place in the upcoming book The Lonely Hearts Club.

HH: What else do you have in store for lucky readers?

SE: Well, I hope to release The Lonely Hearts Club in 2013. I’m currently working on Hot Commodity (Time Brokers: Book 2), Desert Heat (Soul Searchers: Book 3), and Forever For You (sequel to Crazy For You).

HH: How much of your life is spent on your writing career?

SE: I spend a lot of time on writing and writing related activities. Probably 12-14 hours a day, 5 or 6 days a week.

HH: What does it mean to you to be a writer?

SE: Writing comes as natural to me as breathing.

HH: What would we find in your to be read pile right now?

SE: Love Capri Style by Lynn Reynolds and Second Hand Heart by Catherine Ryan Hyde.

HH: What plans do you have for the summer?

SE: I have a boatload of books I need to wrap up. lol.

HH: Thank you!

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