Lenora is a USA Today and Publishers Weekly bestselling writer and a 2019 Rita Finalist. With eighty-plus books and novellas published and millions in print, she enjoys adventures with her retired husband, Don and loves to read, bake and shop.
Tracy: Hey there. Welcome to another episode of Bucky Talk. I’m your host, Tracy Fredrychowski, and each week, I bring you the story behind the stories, along with the storytellers. For this week’s episode, we have Lenora Worth on board. Lenora is a USA Today and Publisher’s Weekly Best-Selling writer, with 80 plus books and novellas published and millions in print. She enjoys adventures with her retired husband, Don, and loves to read, bake, and shop.
Thank you so much for joining us. I know we have a few things to talk about today. The main thing is your newest release Seeking Refuge, along with your part in the Amish Christmas Miracles Collection.
I don’t know about you, but I’m really excited about that collection too. And we’ll talk a little bit about that in a minute, but before we dig into your projects, our listeners love to find out just a little bit about their favorite author’s writing career. To start with, out of those 80 books, which one do you think is your favorite?
Lenora: Well, I have a lot of favorites, but, as far as my Amish books, my very first Amish book is my favorite.
Tracy: Below are just a few of the questions we asked Lenora. Her answers were insightful and interesting. Be sure to listen to the complete podcast to get an inside look at Lenora Worth and her writing career.
Who is your favorite character then?
Where to you get your inspiration from?
What book did you most enjoy writing?
Tell us about your publishing journey when you publish your very first book?
Tracy: Let’s talk about Seeking Refuge
Can you tell us if the main character holds a special place in your heart? And if so, tell us why.
What was the main inspiration for that story?
Where’s the setting for this book?
Did you go there quite often to do your research?
Tracy: That takes us right into your contribution to the Amish Christmas Miracles Collection. Tell us, what is your title?
Lorena: My title is The Christmas Prayer
Tracy: What is the overall message of your story?
Can you read your first page?
Lenora reading the first page of The Christmas Prayer
Tracy: You painted a beautiful picture. I love it when you can just envision every aspect of what’s going on in this scene, and you did a great job. Tell us what’s next for, for Lenora.
Tracy: Thank you so much for joining us. I do like to finish up on a fun note, and we’re going to play a speed round.
Are you a cake or an ice cream girl?
If you could be a tree, what would you be and why?
What was the very last thing you read?
And the last question, what’s for supper?
Well, Lenora, I want to thank you so much for spending time with us this week. And I look forward to reading your latest release as well as your upcoming projects. And that wraps up this week’s episode next week. We’ll have Kathleen Fuller on as our guest to talk about her latest release. So, we’ll see you next week on the Buggy Talk Podcast.