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Spotlight on Robin Gianna, Her Greek Doctor's Proposal #Giveaway


 This week's Spotlight is on author Robin Gianna and her latest release Her Greek Doctor's Proposal! 


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1. If you have a pen name, can you explain how you came up with it?

My last name is very long, so I tried to find a fictional name, but couldn't come up with anything that resonated with me. So I ended up deciding on a shortened version of my name, and am happy with it.

2. What are a few things we would find in or on your desk?
 A scary question, because there are all kinds of weird things on my desk besides the obvious books, pens and post-it-notes! Right now a pair of my son's pants waiting to be altered, a blow-up neck pillow from my last plane trip, and a wrist support are all lying there. Maybe time to clean it off? ;-)

3. What motivates you to write? 
 Deadlines :-) And the stories that won't leave me alone if I try to ignore them.
 Haha...first time I came across 'deadlines' as motivation to write!

4. Share something about yourself no one else knows?
 I used to be a night-owl who somehow morphed into a morning person.

5. Tell us about your book...
Her Greek Doctor's Proposal is set in Delphi, Greece with an archaeologist heroine and Greek doctor hero. She's determined to find a treasure her late archaeologist parents believed would be found on the dig-site where they died. But when dig workers become mysteriously ill, the local doctor wants her to shut down the dig until he can figure out what's causing it.  If she does, she'll never find the treasure, but if she doesn't, what will the consequences be for others? And what's she going to do about the intense attraction between her and the hunky doctor, which complicates things even more?




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22 comments:

  1. This book sounds intriguing, I would like to know what is making the diggers ill and she finds what she's looking for... xox ♡

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    1. Hi, Launna! Ah, that's the mystery, isn't it? ;-) Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. I'm a former night owl turned morning person, too. :)

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    1. Really, Kelly? I thought I was maybe the only one! How do you think it happened?

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  3. I wish I could switch to a morning person! Sounds like a really fun read, Robin!

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    1. Thanks, Meradeth! And by the way, I have personal experience with knowing it's never too late to embrace the dawn ;-)

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  4. Congrats to Robin on her latest release.

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  5. Sounds like a romance book full of intrigue. Good luck, Robin!

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  6. I also morphed into a morning person. I was a night owl back in college. Some strange items have made it onto my desk. Robin's book sounds like a great read.

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    1. I guess it's when we move from college into the real world, and those 3am bedtimes just don't cut it anymore! :-) And I'm glad I'm not the only one with strange items on my desk - I had to laugh when the question forced me to look and see it all! Thanks for stopping by, Medeia

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  7. You had me at "archaeologist heroine." This sounds like a great book. Congrats, Robin!

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  8. Hmmm, a motivated archaeologist, a hunky doctor and a mysterious illness? Sounds like a great read! Good luck with it, Robin!

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    1. Susan, for some reason my 'reply' showed up below and I wanted to make sure you saw it :-) Thanks again! xoxo

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  9. I'm a night owl who can't fathom becoming a morning person. I like the premise, Robin!

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    1. William, I believe most night owls have a harder time fathoming being bright-eyed early in the morning than the other way around, for some reason! Two members of my family pretty much can't speak a full sentence until they've been up for awhile - and don't want to try ;-) Thanks for stopping in to say hi!

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  10. I like your description, Susan! :-) Thanks so much, and I appreciate your stopping by

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  11. I have a bunch of weird things on my desk too. Loved this post.

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