Jane Porter takes my breath away. Not only does she write the most fantastic fiction — characters that are so real you remember them years later and wonder how they’re doing — but she extends the raw, vibrant honesty of her writing into her real life.
Jane shared with me her philosophy about how surfing is like life and how to manage low tide, navigate the swells and undercurrents, and ride the ultimate perfect wave into a better future. I can honestly say, her advice changed my life. Considering I can barely swim, that’s saying a lot! She is an incredible mentor and in this interview, she will share her perspectives on having a better new year with you, too.
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Here is a blurb from Jane Porter’s The Good Wife that has already been optioned for a TV show. Enjoy! (To read Chapter One click here: EXCERPT)
Is it possible to love someone too much?
Always considered the beauty of the family, the youngest Brennan sister, Sarah, remains deeply in love with her husband of ten years. Boone Walker, a professional baseball player, travels almost year-round while Sarah stays home and cares for their two children. Her love for her husband is bottomless—so much so that her sisters say it will end up hurting her.
Living apart most of the time makes life difficult, especially since Sarah often wonders whether Boone is sharing his bed with other women on the road, even though he swears he’s been true to her since his infidelity three years ago. While she wants to be happy and move forward in her life, Sarah constantly fears that Boone will break his promise. Now with Boone facing yet another career change, tension rises between the two, adding more stress to an already turbulent marriage. Emotionally exhausted, Sarah can’t cope with yet another storm. Now, she must either break free from the past and forgive Boone completely, or leave him behind and start anew…
Oh! and don’t forget her newest Copper Mountain Novella, Take Me Cowboy. Read an excerpt HERE.
And to learn more about the other Brennan Sisters Novels, click on the cover’s below.
15 thoughts on “How Jane Porter Changed My Life”
Wow, what a great interview! Thanks for posting.
My pleasure Abby!
The idea of letting go of some of this stress and doing it the surfer’s way , makes so much sense!
I loved her ideas so much, too, Brenda.
Another great interview from the magnificent Belchase! LOL.
Shucks, I’m here blushing! Jane is the one who made this interview great. Thanks for stopping by.
Jane Porter is my all time favorite author. It’s so great seeing her in the “flesh” so to speak. What great advice, too!
She’s one of mine, too, Ferggie. I’m glad you enjoyed the post.
Finally a new way of looking at getting published. Thank you Jane! And thanks Diana for the interview, too. Great job both of you!
You’re welcome, Halley. Jane offers such great advice. What a treat to meet her in person.
How romantic meeting your husband while researching a book. No wonder Flirting sizzles! What a fun post. More please!
Hmm, I guess it must have had a great impact because that book is wonderful. Glad you liked the post, there will be many more video interviews coming up soon.
Jane is such a sweet wonderful person and I count myself blessed to call her my friend. She’s changed my life in countless ways and I will be forever grateful. Not to mention she’s an amazing author! Thanks for sharing the interview.
I couldn’t agree more, poetmom. Jane’s the best! Thanks for stopping by. Hope to see you here again.