Author Q&A with Jen Gilroy

To celebrate Women’s Fiction Day 2020, as promised, here is my Q&A with my WFWA sister and Ottawa valley friend, Jen Gilroy! I hope you enjoy learning more about Jen and her heartwarming novels about heart, home, and happy endings! To learn more about Women’s Fiction Day, click: https://wfwa.memberclicks.net/womens-fiction-day-2020.

Anita Kushwaha

Happy Monday, book friends!

How have you been doing in these self-isolation times? Are you leaning on books more than ever for escape, connection, community? I know I am!

Today I’m thrilled to have fellow Ottawa valley writer and friend Jen Gilroy on the blog. I’m a big fan of Jen’s work, so I’m excited for you to discover it too. I recently finished Jen’s latest, The Wishing Tree in Irish Falls, and it was just what I needed – a book about community, family, and second chances. (Check out my GR review here: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2987951769) This was the book that eased me back into reading after completely losing my focus with the stress of the pandemic.  I can’t wait for the sequel! More about it below!

Thanks so much for taking the time to visit with us, Jen, and congratulations on this wonderful, heart-warming book!

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