-The fabulous 82 day cruise she just got back from and what it was like to meet readers in Australia and New Zealand.
-The mysteries and challenges of the game of Bridge.
-Her riveting new book, Promise Not to Tell, which follows Virginia and Cabot as they try to uncover the truth about the alleged suicide of a woman from their past. Both spent their early childhood in a cult and were rescued from a horrific fire that was set by the leader of the cult, Quinton Zane, to eliminate his followers. Now they are trying to make sense of the final message, a mysterious painting, that was sent to Virginia before a woman burned her cabin down and jumped to her death. Is Zane still alive and out for revenge?
-The nuts and bolts of her writing process that has led to such a prolific and successful career.
-How she ended up with three pen names and why she doesn’t advise multiple names for aspiring authors.
-The fascinating world of late 1930’s California where her current Amanda Quick stories are set and what her research for historical settings looks like.
-Author’s block vs author’s boredom and what Jayne suggests you do to fix it.
-Jayne’s advice for aspiring authors who are trying to get a career started.
*Books mentioned in this episode:
Promise Not to Tell by Jayne Ann Krentz
When All the Girls Have Gone by Jayne Ann Krentz
The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick (May 2018)