Q&A with author, Vannetta Chapman

Christian authors, Christian fiction, the Remnant Comments: 15

Today I’m answering questions about writing, my new release Deep Shadows, and general stuff! I hope you enjoy the video, and read below for ways to enter this week’s giveaway.

Deep Shadows smThat was fun! I’ll finish with the Q&A next week. Like I said in the video, if you didn’t leave a question last week or would like to leave another, feel free to. That would enter you in this week’s drawing. OR you could tell me one thing YOU would miss if the lights went out for an extended period of time. That will enter you in the drawing too. :)

Our prize this week will be

  • an autographed copy of An Amish Market
  • signed bookmarks
  • a panel of fabric that features Amish scenes. If you’re a quilter, or knows someone who is, this is fun to work with for a wall hanging or lap blanket.

PS- Last week’s winner was Jan, and I’ve already heard from her.

Announcements for this week: 

  • I stopped by Suspense Sisters last week to talk about my new release and writing in general.
  • Harvest House is giving away 10 copies of Deep Shadows on Goodreads. There are a few days left to enter that.
  • Deep Shadows is shipping in paperback format. Yeah! The ebook price will release on 6-28. If you pre-order, vendors offer a pre-order price guarantee, so if the price goes down before the item is released, you receive the lower price. **Amazon ** B&N ** CBD.
  • My June rafflecopter is going strong, and it’s easy to enter daily. Check here for details. This month’s giveaway includes a copy of Hidden, a set of quilted coasters, a Texas note card, and  a $10 Starbucks card.

Thanks for stopping by and remember to comment with a question or tell me one thing YOU would miss if the lights went out for an extended period of time!

Blessings,

Vannetta

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15 thoughts on “Q&A with author, Vannetta Chapman

  1. Anne Rightler

    I would miss the refrigerator! And probably all things related to water. Am enjoying the book so far! :)

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  2. khsmith97217

    If the lights were out for a long time an I had a neat boyfriend I would set out some pretty candles an then sit on the couch an talk an watch the outside since I live in a apt. I would also have some nice country music going since I have radio that is run by batteries. I would also tell him about the books I read an do reviews on,

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  3. Melissa

    One of the things I would miss would be my computer. I enjoy being online and connecting with friends and family that live in other states.

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  4. ajwbear

    If the lights went out for a long time, I would worry that all the food in my fridge and freezer would go bad. I had that experience when Florida got hit by 3 hurricanes in a matter of weeks. We were without power for a week and a half. All our refrigerated and frozen foods had to be either cooked right away or thrown out.

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  5. Marilyn R

    I would miss the refrigerator if no electricity for a long period of time. We would need to learn to perservation like our ancestors did.

    What drew you to write Amish series and then change to mysteries? I love the Plain and Simple Miracle series and how you incorporate God’s gifts into your books.

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  6. Linda D. McFarland

    If the lights went out for an extended period of time, I would miss reading and my ceiling fan!

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  7. Nancy Blankenship

    If the lights went out for an extended period I would miss my evening reading time. It is relaxing after a long day to “lose myself” in the book I am enjoying.

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  8. Barbara

    What a great video! And you answered my question–how fun! (Yes, I think storytelling will be a wonderful skill to have in the aftermath too!) Thanks, Vannetta!

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  9. Emma

    If the lights went out for an extended amount of time, I’d miss my the air conditioning.I enjoy reading your books.Have a wonderful week.

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  10. Pam Graber

    Aw man, I would never make it as an Amish woman. I love my ice maker in my fridge. I would miss reading late into the night. And I’d have to move my bedroom into our basement so that I’d be cool enough to actually sleep at night. And, while I COULD grill every meal, I still like the convenience of my microwave sometimes.

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  11. Antoinette Rudge

    Hello, what I would miss but don’t care about, is the alarm clock to wake me for work, although I do use a battery back up. What I would miss, that I would care about missing is my bedside light, so that I can read before bed!

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