Tell us your name and then a bit about yourself.
Tabetha Waite – I wanted to write since I was nine years old, but it wasn’t until I discovered the romance genre and happy endings that I decided I wanted to write historicals. I got my first publishing contract in 2016 and released “Why the Earl is After the Girl,” the first book in my Ways of Love series. Since then, I’ve won several awards for my novels. After transitioning to Indie, I’ve been involved in numerous anthologies with other authors. However, I did sign with Soul Mate Publishing for a historical paranormal that is set to come out in April.
When you are writing, what are some go to’s that you needs? IE Foods to eat, noise level, place to sit.
I usually sit on my couch and I HAVE to listen to music! Different songs help to set the tone for certain scenes.
What are you favorite things about attending signings?
The opportunity to meet people!
What author would you love to meet (Who is your unicorn author)?
Probably Lisa Kleypas or JR Ward
When you are writing, do you have a consistent schedule where you write every day at the same time or are you a sit and go on different days to get it done kinda person?
I work part time as a lunch lady, so I generally write during the week before and after work. I’m off in the summer so I get a lot done then. I try to save my weekends for my family.
What is your favorite memory so far as an author?
Honestly, any time a reader messages me and says how much they liked my book is pretty memorable. It gives me the motivation to keep writing, that I’m not doing this just for my personal enjoyment.
Do you have a book that is your most prized possession? What is it and why is it so amazing?
I have two actually. Midnight Bride by Kathleen Drymon was my bridge story from American to English history, and A Rose in Winter by Kathleen E. Woodiwiss, just because it is so fascinating!
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