JoeyPinkney.com Exclusive Interview
5 Minutes, 5 Questions With…
Pamela R. Jeffers, author of Something Old, New, Borrowed & True
(Harvest Time Inner-vations LLC)
Tvoya Harrington is about to marry the man of her hopes and dreams. As she plans her wedding, her childhood sweetheart comes back to town to bury his father. In the process of them becoming acquainted, old memories come flooding back, opening a Pandora’s Box of secrets and lies that will change their lives forever.
It is an inspirational Christian fiction novel that will surprise you with its twists and turns. It will inspire you to go higher in your own relationship with God and challenge you to trust God will every aspect of your life.
Joey Pinkney: Where did you get the inspiration to write Something Old, New, Borrowed & True?
Pamela R. Jeffers: My personal relationship with Jesus Christ gave me the inspiration for writing this book. I wanted to write what I would want to read. A story of redemption and what it means to trust God to the fullest. A story that people could relate to when they read it without compromising Christian values.
JP: What sets Something Old, New, Borrowed & True apart from other books in the same genre?
PRJ: There are many books out there that claim to be Christian Fiction but are not. Just because the main character goes to church or God is mentioned in the story does not make it Christian Fiction. Something Old, New, Borrowed & True is true Christian Fiction.
JP: As an author, what are the keys to your success that led to Something Old, New, Borrowed & True getting out to the public?
PRJ: Social Media has given me the best and biggest success in getting my book out to the public.
JP: As an author, what is your writing process? How long did it take you to start and finish Something Old, New, Borrowed & True?
PRJ: I started first with an outline and then as I started filling in the outline with the actual story it then began to take on a life of its own. I then had to put it down for a while due to my having surgery. But when I picked it back up, I wrote something every single day. The whole process took about 3 years.
JP: What’s next for Pamela R. Jeffers?
PRJ: Readers are asking for a sequel. I will be starting working on it in the early part of 2012. Don’t want to let my fans down. They have been a tremendous support!
I thank you for this opportunity to promote my book.