Available for Interview
Regina Tittel: author
□ Abstinence gets overlooked by supporters of 'use protection', yet, fifteen-million people contract STD's every single year. Romance author, Regina Tittel, shows her readers how to step back from tempting situations before they're allowed to go too far, through her exciting novel, Abandoned Hearts.
□ How do you step away from a sensual situation that your body doesn't want to flee but your mind is telling you is wrong? Through Ann and Jacob, the author of Abandoned Hearts shows you how. Backed with powerful Bible verses and vivid depictions of time and place, the hero and heroine's plot will continue to occupy your thoughts long after you've finished the book.
□ Society needs to get back to the importance of abstinence. This topic was approached from the pulpit of Mrs. Tittel's church then easily made its way into her book.
□ "What do you do when you find yourself in a situation that your body doesn't want to leave, but your heart tells you is wrong? Honestly, we've all been there and your daughters are going to be if they haven't already. Have you provided enough training for them to fall back on?"
About the Author: Regina Tittel is a home-schooling mother of two and has written two other books for The Ozark Durham Series, due to be released Fall of 2011 and Spring of 2012.
This savvy entrepreneur has done everything from home mechanics to holding a title of director in Mary Kay sales.
Regina Tittel can be reached at email@example.com or by calling (phone number)
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Give Your Listeners a Bonus Reason for Reading Inspirational Fiction
WHO: Regina Tittel, inspirational romance author
WHAT: Abandoned Hearts, The Ozark Durham Series
WHEN: Anytime by appointment.
WHERE: National interviews by phone; personal appearances anywhere inside the cont. U.S.
WHY: To provide your audience with a stimulating guest who has written an edge of your seat suspense based on local mountain lion suspicion and interweaved it with an inspirational romance.
To make your job easier, here are some sample questions.
□ Is it true we have a current population of mountain lions in our area?
□ In Abandoned Hearts, you created a mountain lion that feeds on the hero's calves. Since you've stated that some of the ideas for your story came about from local gossip of mountain lions, does this particular part of the story stem from this area?
□ You didn't just write an entertaining story, you also informed the reader. Tell us a little about mountain lions, how to identify them and their habits.
□ Your book is also being marketed for a study guide in youth groups because of the message of abstinence. Tell us why you thought it was important to include.
□ What is it you hope your readers will gain from this novel?
□ In a personal light, you've mentioned you're a homeschooling mom, how long have you been writing and how do you fit it into your day?
□ How can our listeners get access to your book, Abandoned Hearts?
Regina Tittel, (and info)
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