Author Highlight- Meet Fiona Knightley

Author Highlight- Fiona Knightley

Welcome to another Installment of my Author Interview Series.

Today’s Author Highlight- Fiona Knightley!

Joyana is excited to continue her Author Highlight series to build a true Book Community between Authors and Readers.Today’s featured Author Highlight- Meet Fiona Knightley, a historical fiction romance writer!

Author Highlight- Fiona Knightly

About Fiona Knightley:

Fiona is a descendant of Scottish immigrants. As a youngster, she recalls various great aunts, uncles and cousins visiting her family home and speaking strange words with a beautiful accent. Unbeknownst to her, that would be the beginning of a life-long love affair with the highlands.

Fiona LOVES to connect with her readers and loves sharing her work with the historical fiction community. As a result, she’s offered to share a FREE copy of her book, Seducing the Seamstress, with all of MY readers as well! You can get it below!

Join me in reading my Interview with Fiona below!

Fiona’s Reading Habits

Fiona’s Favorite Place to BOTH read/write– San Jose del Cabo, Mexico

Last Book She ReadCollapse by Jared Diamond

Book Character She’d Love to Ride With in an Elevator Willy Wonka from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Fiona’s Writing Habits

Fiona’s Favorite Writing Drink– Whiskey- any 😉

Computer or Pen and Paper– Both

Fiona’s Other Favorites

Fiona’s Favorite Period of History: Now- Because she gets to live it 🙂

Fiona’s Favorite Place to Travel– Anywhere!

Number One Item on her Bucket List– To dive with giant manta rays!

Thanks for joining me today to read about Fiona Knightley! If you’d like to learn more about her, check out her books or get in touch- you can find her at https://www.facebook.com/knightleyromance or www.knightleyromance.com.

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