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  1. Great post today! I also work at home some time and it does open up opportunities to take care of things. Sounds like some strong characters in your book. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Kimberly, I have enjoyed your Wildflower B&B Romance series. I will miss my occasional visits to Wildflower Island.
    Hope, as for vacation spots, I have nothing. We rarely take a vacation other than to visit relatives. If I were going to recommend somewhere though, it would be a trip to a cabin in the mountains. Peaceful, surrounded by nature, and away from the business of everyday life.

  3. Kimberly, I have enjoyed your Wildflower B&B Romance series. I will miss my occasional visits to Wildflower Island.
    Hope, as for vacation spots, I have nothing. We rarely take a vacation other than to visit relatives. If I were going to recommend somewhere though, it would be a trip to a cabin in the mountains. Peaceful, surrounded by nature, and away from the busyness of everyday life.

  4. Sedona, Arizona is one of my favorite vacations. There is so much to do there and it is beautiful.

  5. Kimberly, great interview with Hope. I really enjoyed your Wildflower B & B series. Hope, as to a vacation place, a cabin in Pigeon Forge TN is a lovely place or the Outer Banks.
    Blessings, Tina

    • Wow, there are so many places I’ve never heard of, much less been. Thanks, Tina.
      Hope. 🙂

  6. Kimberly, I’m also a stay at home mom. It’s a full time job. I also have a degree in Library Science, but I chose become a stay at home mom. Like you I admire both, the stay at home moms and those women in the corporate world. Your book sound interesting, independent and single, which is reality to many women.

    • Thanks, Taylor. I agree being a stay at home mom is a full time job. I hope you’ll check out the series. It’s filled with strong women who makes choices that work best for them. 🙂

  7. What a fun interview! I to the sense that Hope is a bit closed off. Hoping through the story she becomes a bit more soft! As for a vacation, I’d say Disney World. Now of course that’s where I’ve wanted to go the last 15 yrs, so there’s that. It IS supposed to be the happiest place on Earth. =)

    • Hi Mimi, thanks for commenting. 🙂
      I don’t think Hope is closed off, but she doesn’t want to reveal too much of the story to potential readers. She’d rather readers be intrigued and want to read the book to find out the answers. 🙂

      I LOVE Disney World. I want to go back again someday–the sooner the better. 🙂

  8. I’d enjoy reading your books! Thanks for the giveaway, certainly a few of my favorite things!

    • Hey, Deanna S. If you have Kindle Unlimited you can read my books for free. 🙂 Isn’t that giveaway fun?

  9. A female electrician – very cool! I enjoy characters that go against stereotype. 🙂

  10. Looks like an enjoyable read. Thanks so much for sharing. I am one of those odd stay at home mom’s, but I do work too as a seamstress. I like the idea of a metal sculptor. That sounds very creative.

    • Amy, I think it’s great that you are a stay at home mom and a seamstress. I was just saying to someone the other day how sewing has become a lost art. I’m thankful for people like you!
      Hmm, I need to write a character who is a seamstress. 🙂

  11. Great post. I would suggest you come to Texas for a vacation. It is so big that there is a wide variety of things to see and do.