Author Spotlight Heather Kirchhoff



SS:   Thank you So much for being here with us today Heather.



HK: Thanks for having me.


SS:   Thank you for being here.

SS:  First of all can you tell us about yourself?


HK:  I live in a small town in Missouri where I work at a nursig home, and have a dog and four cats. I became a bookworm back in sixth grade when my teacher suggested the Phantom Stallion series by Terri Farley and instantly fell in love. I love reading paranormal stories, plus some love ones here and there. Writing is my passion—it helps me escape the world for awhile, as well as reading—I don’t know what I’d do without it. I just love it. When I’m not writing, I am reading, working, taking walks, taking pictures, or spending time with my animals and family.

SS:  When did you know you wanted to be a writer?


It all started when I was reading Twilight by Stephenie Meyer. I wanted to make others feel how I felt at the end. Alyson Noel’s Evermore made me want to write even more, and Richelle Mead’s Vampire Academy sealed the deal.



SS:    What type of Genre do you prefer writing?

HK:  I want to write in  several genres. I don’t want to be limited to just one.


SS:   Do you have a specific writing process?    Or are you more of a write as you go?

HK: I write as I go. I only know what’ll happen in the beginning and sometimes the end. I usually only know a little of what will happen in the middle.

SS:    How many books have you published?

HK: Five so far. I’m also in twelve anthologies.

SS:   Tell us about your latest work?

HK: I don’t want to give away anything that’ll be happening in Wildest Dream, so here’s the summary.

SS:  I understand.



Elizabeth Freeman is hiding a dark secret.


When her job burns down, she flees from her hometown to Branson for a couple weeks. There she meets someone who’s cocky, yet kind. Once he sets his sights on her, it’s hard for Elizabeth to walk away. She knows that getting close to anyone could be dangerous, but can she resist the strong urge to allow the stranger in? Especially knowing she’d never see him again in two weeks?


After the two weeks, Elizabeth comes back home to discover a huge surprise for her. Relieved and excited, she starts preparing for her future until she learns something startling. Something that will change everything.  Copyright Heather Kirchhoff

SS: Wow Heather sounds amazing.

SS:   What can you tell us about your characters?

HK: I don’t want to give anything away, and if I say too terribly much I know I will. Sarah has a little bit of me in her. She’s been through a lot, and I have as well. No one knows what she struggles with every day. She’s pushed constantly, and I know a lot of people can relate to that. I wanted to write about what bullying or a death can do to someone. The Last Night is that story.

SS:    What are you working on currently?

HK:  I’m working on fixing up my series, and then I’ll be writing the final book. I’m also working on a standalone, Wildest Dream.


SS:    What advice do you have for other writers?

HK: Just sit and write. Don’t worry about if something makes sense or not, or if you like the scene you just wrote. You can always fix it up later.

SS:  Thank you again Heather!








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