Interview with Danyelle Scroggins, Author of “Blame it on My Boots”

Digital Book Nook recently caught up with Danyelle Scroggins, author of “Blame it on My Boots.” We are excited to share this insightful interview with our readers today. 

When did you first discover that you enjoy writing and wanted to become a published author?
Over twenty years ago. The journey hasn’t been easy but it’s been awesome.

What is your favorite and the most challenging aspect of writing?
My favorite is seeing when my readers get the message of the story. My most challenging is making sure my promotions are coming together.

Tell us about your latest release.

Shelly Shanay Smith is sassy and a little tom-boyish but she always thought she had the perfect man to love her, until he left home and never returns. So she did what any woman would… Shelly moved on.

Chace loved Shelly and he still does. The thought of her being with another man was too much for his heart to bear. So when he finds out from a little birdie that she’s back on the market, he sees the second chance he’s prayed for and vows to win Shelly back.

But Shelly’s no fool and refuses to release her heart to the man who abandoned her once. It will take more than his killer smile, a chiseled body, and the memory of a perfect kiss to get her back.

How did you come up with the title of your book?
When my model sent in her photos there was just something about the boots that stood out.

What do you hope readers are able to get from reading your story?
That self-control is always right and it’s alright to get angry but it’s never alright to sin.

Who are some of your favorite authors?  Ja’nese Dixon & Danielle Steels

Do you have any advice for writers looking to get published?
Do your homework? Don’t be so quick to sign anything unless or until you’ve counted the cost.

Follow Danyelle: Facebook | Instagram | Amazon

Blame it on My Boots is available at Amazon on Kindle and in paperback.

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