An Author’s Desk: January Bain

Jan2Have you ever wondered how and where an author writes? With “An Author’s Desk,” my new Sunday feature, we take a peek at where some of our favorite authors write those books we love. My first guest at “An Author’s Desk” is January Bain. January is the author of the “Forever” series published by Champagne Book Group.

IMG_1234January has two writing areas. She writes during her spare time at school and at home. Take a look at that magnificent view out her window at home. With a view of twenty acres of Jack pines and deer visiting often, I can’t imagine how she manages to write anything at all.


forever%20clan%20ecover-250x250 CroppedFollowing the impressive Forever Man and Forever Woman in the Forever series. January’s Forever Clan was released last week.

Sunday Rose’s soul mate is a vampire. If that isn’t difficult enough to deal with, she’s pregnant with a child that prophecy states can either help or destroy the vampire race. And there are those that fear either outcome. If she is to protect her child from those who would exploit the prophecy, she must awaken unknown abilities and call upon her guardian angels to buy the time necessary to get her family to safe harbor.

Click Forever Clan cover to buy at Champagne. Check out January’s website here . Finally, stay tuned for Forever Angel, the fourth book in January’s Forever series.

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  1. Great view! I write from my recliner with a view of whatever toys my kids have left out. Easier to ignore!

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