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J.W. Phillips was born in a small town in West Tennessee. She now finds herself living in the hills of the Great Smokey Mountains with two of the craziest and cutest kids, one adorable furbaby, and her incredibly romantic husband that is yummier than any of her book boyfriends.
1) Can you tell us a little about yourself?
I favor romance with a little smut. Who am I kidding? I favor life with a little smut. I am shy, but loud. I was voted by the other moms at the ball field to be the least likely to get a tattoo. I already had my first tat at the time. I am me and even when I annoy myself, I wouldn't change a thing.
2) Do you have a favorite spot to write?
My couch with a large glass of Mello Yello and snuggled close to my puppy Mia.
3) If your book were made into a movie, who do you picture playing each characters part?
They are so ingrained in my mind, it is hard to picture anyone playing them. I truly believe I would want an unknown to play the parts.
4) Which of your characters would you like to meet in person and why?
Ethan because who wouldn't want to meet a man like him.
5) What is the hardest scene you have ever written?
The last one in Innocent Lies. My heart broke for the both of them.
6) What's the last book you read?
Hunny Bunny, Funny Bunny to my two year old neighbor.
7) What's one random fact about yourself that you can share?
My two middle toes are grown together.
8) What's your favorite outside activity?
Outside of writing: watching movies with my kids. Outside in the yard: trying to get back inside.
on Dec. 22, 2013 :
This was an awesome book. I was hooked from the very beginning. I love books that make me feel like I am part of the story.
(review of free book)
on Dec. 21, 2013 :
I love to read and read two or three books a week. But with this book I could not stop thinking about it. I read it so much that my hubby was jealous saying I was more obsessed over Trucker Castleman than him. I truly could not put the book down.
I love how J.W. described all the characters, especially Trucker and all of 'his' kind. She left me guessing the first part of the book, is he this or this. I also love how she expressed in great detail every emotion Julie felt. When she hurt you hurt for her. Julie experienced a lot of pain. She looses the person she always depended on. If you have ever been through something like that all the pain and sorrow you once felt comes back, because she described it in such detail.
It is a young adult book and suitable for any young person to read. But I am no young person and I loved it as much or more than any book I have read in a long time
(review of free book)