Friday, July 8, 2022

Friday Featured Author: J.Q. Rose with an "Almost Live" Interview By Connie Vines #News Hound Edition©, #Interview J.Q. Rose, #Podcast, #BWLPublishing, #Terror on Sunset Boulevard


Welcome to Friday's Featured Author Interview

The format is a bit different 😊 this week.

Along with our usual interview format, I will add a 'Podcast Link' and a "YouTube" link, where the Author, J.Q. Rose, will read the first chapter of one of her novels.

Story Time!

As you can see in my featured clip, *News Hound* Edition©, we are planning to have fun!

* News Hound* is defined by the dictionary:  An aggressive or energetic journalist.

While I'm not aggressive...well, perhaps a little bit...

I am energetic and highly enthusiastic!

Follow this link to YouTube. J.Q. Rose will read Aloud from her Cozy mystery:

Terror on Sunshine Boulevard #3

For those who prefer the PodCast Version: 


Wow! I've read this for this story, and I agree. The read-aloud had me hooked, too!
☆☆☆☆☆5 out of 5 stars.  
Terror On Sunshine Boulevard
I was totally entertained by this fast-paced mystery. Witty with twists and turns. Looking forward to more mysteries by this author

Connie: 🎤What comes first, J.Q? the plot or the characters? 
J.Q: This question made me examine all my fiction books and stories. I believe I have the character first because I know the person who is the main character, always a strong woman. In Dangerous Sanctuary, I interviewed a female pastor and based the story on her. In Deadly Undertaking, I found the character from my experience as an undertaker's daughter. In Terror on Sunshine Boulevard, the main character was a conglomeration of people I met in our senior community in Florida, plus some of my traits thrown in. So, for me, knowing the character determines the location, time, and plot, which revolves around the main character.

Connie::🎤  Are you a morning person or a night owl? ⏰
J.Q: I'm not sure. What time is the cut-off for being a morning person or night owl? I am usually up at about 6:30 am. I have read not to immediately click on the Internet first thing in the morning, but rather read awhile to help your brain focus. This practice is supposed to help you not be distracted or feel scattered by the Internet once you get on. 

I'm ready for bed at about 10:30 pm, but I usually read for 20-30 minutes (or more if it's a great story) before turning off my Kindle and calling it a night. So, I don't know if I'm an early morning rooster or a night owl. 

What do you think?
Connie: I think you are an early bird 🐦 Which I am not 🦉  LOL!

J.Q. Rose Thank you for visiting Dishin' It Out.

 And for sharing Story Time!

Connect online with JQ Rose

J.Q. Rose blog



J. Q. Rose Amazon Author Page

Happy Reading,



1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for sharing the reading of the first chapter of Terror on Sunshine Boulevard! It was a blast to write these quirky characters and their terrifying situation in Florida!


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