Author Interview: Toni Shiloh
I am back! I am so sorry for being gone for the past few months. Life got crazy, and we all know how that goes, but the good news is I am back and ready to give present you with an amazing author, Toni Shiloh! Thank you for taking the time to answer some questions and let my readers get to know you better.
What’s your favorite device in your writing space?
Toni:Oh this is so hard. I can’t decide if I want to pick my laptop (can’t write without it), pens (because pens), or the Emotional Thesaurus. Can I choose all of the above?
Who are your favorite authors? I have so many favorite authors.
Toni: Authors who I will read no matter what, no matter the genre. Ronie Kendig, Dawn Crandall, Pepper Basham, Sarah Monzon, Becky Wade, Lynette Eason, and many more!
What is your favorite writing snack?
Toni: Peanut butter M&Ms. I’d eat them every day if I wasn’t afraid of packing on more pounds.
How would you define pure love?
Toni: The love Our Father has for His children.
More About Toni Shiloh
Toni Shiloh is a wife, mom, and Christian fiction writer. Once she understood the powerful saving grace thanks to the love of Christ, she was moved to honor her Savior. She writes to bring Him glory and to learn more about His goodness.
She spends her days hanging out with her husband and their two boys. She is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and president of the Virginia Chapter.
You can find her on her website at http://tonishiloh.wordpress.com.
Where You Can Find Toni
Blogs I’m part of: http://puttingonthenew.com ; http://heartwingsblog.com ; http://diversitybetweenthepages.wordpress.com
“There comes a point in every woman’s life where she must decide what to believe: the truth of the past or the circumstances of the present.”
Belle Peterson is hiding a secret. Seeking sanctuary in the small town of Maple Run, she’s intent on starting her life over—one she hopes honors Christ. The plan was going great until an undeniable attraction to Micah has her wondering if she’s changed at all.
Micah Campbell can’t understand why Belle is so uptight and wants nothing to do with her until the gentle whispers of God tell him to befriend her. He didn’t count on the feeling of protectiveness to rise up or that spark of attraction.
When Belle’s past is revealed, Micah prays that his love can endure it.
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