Sunday, March 13, 2011

In a Doctor's Arms Interview

How exciting to have _Teresa Morales the heroine from In a Doctor’s Arms a March 2011 release from Love Inspired Romance .


  1. 1. Teresa tell me the most interesting thing about you.

I’m not sure I’d say it’s interesting, but I love kids. I’ve worked for years as a high school counselor and love seeing “my kids” go from being young adults to adults. I love their stories and, yes, the lovely color hair that seems to change every week. I was never brave enough to do that when I was a teen!

  1. 2. What do you do for fun?

That’s just it. I’m a work-a-holic! If I do anything for fun, it usually has to do with the kids in the community. I volunteer at the community center near my home and find that really rewarding.

  1. 3. What are you afraid of most in life?

Making a mistake that will have a long lasting effect to another person. Not seeing a problem with one of my kids and it having a devastating result. Kids are a mix of fragility and strength. That fragility is what scares me because you can lose a kid so easily.

  1. 4. What do you want out of life?

I have the same dreams as most people. I want to meet a honorable man that I enjoy being with, who makes me laugh, and doesn’t let me take myself too seriously. Someone who can pull me away from my work and remind me of the important things in life. I want a family of kids of my own. That would be the greatest joy.

  1. 5. What is the most important thing to you?

Family and my faith. Without both, I’d have nothing.

  1. 6. Do you read books? If so, what is your favorite type of book?

I read a lot of work related material, but I do love a good romantic suspense!

  1. 7. If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?

I wouldn’t put so much pressure on myself. There is truth to the physician heal thyself phrase in that it’s easier to see problems with someone else than it is to see them in yourself. If I could only look at myself and take my own advice, the same advice I’d give someone else, I’d be better off. But that’s hard because I can be so critical of myself.

  1. 8. Do you have a pet? If so, what is it and why that pet?

No, I do not have a pet. I work too much and live in a condo in the city. But moving to Vermont and having all that open space makes me want to adopt a dog!

  1. 9. If you could travel back in time, where would you go and why?

That’s a hard thing. I don’t think I would. The temptation would be to go back and change something from the past. But how far back do you go to change things. Everything you do moves you forward. Going back means I’d end up in a different place than I am right now and I can’t imagine that.


Check out In a Doctor’s Arms and my healing journey to find God’s forgiveness and my true love, the very handsome and sexy Dr. Dennis Harrington by visiting www.eharlequin.com or www.amazon.com.


Visit Lisa Mondello at www.lisamondello.blogspot.com. Leave a comment for a chance to win a copy of In a Doctor’s Arms.



2 comments:

  1. Hi All:

    I’m a big fan of character interviews. In fact, I am putting together questions to interview another Love Inspired character for my blog.

    I have a few suggestions about questions.

    I like this question:

    “What question have I not asked that you think readers would find most interesting?”

    Then let the author make up a question or questions that are very character or plot line specific. This might involve specialized knowledge or experiences the author has from doing research.

    I would also vary the questions from interview to interview. If not, the reader is going to find out the same things about every character -- making the interviews less expansive.

    Now the question for me is, how good will my questions be?

    Keep the interviews coming.

    Vince

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  2. Vince, I like that question. Very open ended.
    I've thought about varying the questions and may in the future. Its hard to find the time to keep up with everything. Maybe I could make up a few different templates and let the authors choose which questions they want to answer. Hmmm. Might run with that.
    Thanks,

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