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About Jenna Harte
Hi! I’m Jenna Harte, a die-hard romantic, writing about characters who are passionate about, and committed to each other, and frequently getting into trouble. I’m the author of the sexy, cozy Valentine Mysteries, the first of which, Deadly Valentine reached the quarter-finals in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award in 2013. I’m also the author of the Southern Heat series, set in hot, humid central Virginia due in 2016.
I love talking about books and writing, so I thought it would be fun to start a little video blog discussion books, writing and life. The theme of this first episode of Read, Write, Live with Harte is “second chance at love,” and in it I share my all time favorite second chance at love
I’m giddy with excitement, not just because Meant to Be will soon be released, but also, because a group of my author buddies have agreed to help me celebrate it over at the Facebook Meant to Be Release Party on September 27, 2016, 11 am to 7 pm eastern*. I hope you’ll be there too.
I love second chance love stories. My all time favorite is Persuasion, by Jane Austen. I’m not sure why I’m so drawn to them, except I love the idea of a soulmate, and that even problems and time can’t prevent that love from existing. On September 27, 2016, my homage to second chance at love
There is a writing adage to “Write what you know.” While this is faster and easier, it’s also limiting. If I wrote only what I knew, Tess would wear plain old undergarments instead of expensive French couture lingerie. Jack would drive an old Honda instead of a Tesla. The only thing that I know is
I’ll be on a romance writing panel with fellow authors Ellen Butler and Kelly Eadon at the Virginia Writers Club annual symposium. While romance doesn’t get much respect in the writing field, it’s the most popular genre fiction. Why? I think it’s because it’s loaded with emotion. But many might argue it’s sex, even though