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Jayne Ann Krentz - The Lost Night

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With Jayne Ann Krentz and Nora Roberts at the RWA Conference. Squee!

Pamela Clare and I teamed up for this interview, because, well, you know, JAK really is too much for one interviewer to handle. You'll notice that Pamela takes her interviewing duties more seriously than I do, which I think gives this interview a good balance. (That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.) Bonus: For one of the questions, Jayne consulted with Susan Elizabeth Phillips. Squee!Take it away, Pamela …Pamela: Welcome to HEA, Jayne! You have three different names to help readers know which "world" of yours they're entering: Jayne Ann Krentz for romantic suspense, Amanda Quick for historicals and Jayne Castle for futuristic sci-fi/paranormals. When you're doing a book signing, do you ever get confused about which "you" is signing which book?

Jayne Ann Krentz writes in three different worlds under three different pen names. In keeping with her apparent penchant for the number three, she's enthralled readers most recently with the Looking Glass Trilogy and the Dreamlight Trilogy, both incorporating all three of her personas as well as the mysterious Arcane Society. She's done with the threesomes for now, though, starting with Copper Beach, Book 1 of the Dark Legacy series, solely a JAK production. How she keeps her three writing worlds straight is a wonder, but she does it so well that she's got more than 50 best-selling romances under her belt. Not to mention those crafty dust bunnies …

My favorite title is Falling Awake by Jayne Ann Krentz. :-)

Gender FEMALE
Occupation Writer
Location Seattle, Washington, United States
Introduction I write books under three different names: Jayne Ann Krentz, Amanda Quick and Jayne Castle. No, I don't have a problem keeping the names straight.
Interests Shopping, eating. Not necessarily in that order.
Favorite Movies Anything with a happy ending.
Favorite Music Anything with a strong beat. No dippy slow stuff.
Favorite Books Anything with a happy ending

BEWARE THE DUST BUNNIES By JAYNE ANN KRENTZ

Jayne Ann Krentz writes in three different worlds under three different pen names. In keeping with her apparent penchant for the number three, she's enthralled readers most recently with the Looking Glass Trilogy and the Dreamlight Trilogy, both incorporating all three of her personas as well as the mysterious Arcane Society. She's done with the threesomes for now, though, starting with Copper Beach, Book 1 of the Dark Legacy series, solely a JAK production. How she keeps her three writing worlds straight is a wonder, but she does it so well that she's got more than 50 best-selling romances under her belt. Not to mention those crafty dust bunnies …Pamela Clare and I teamed up for this interview, because, well, you know, JAK really is too much for one interviewer to handle. You'll notice that Pamela takes her interviewing duties more seriously than I do, which I think gives this interview a good balance. (That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.) Bonus: For one of the questions, Jayne consulted with Susan Elizabeth Phillips. Squee!Take it away, Pamela …Pamela: Welcome to HEA, Jayne! You have three different names to help readers know which "world" of yours they're entering: Jayne Ann Krentz for romantic suspense, Amanda Quick for historicals and Jayne Castle for futuristic sci-fi/paranormals. When you're doing a book signing, do you ever get confused about which "you" is signing which book?

In “ ’Til Death Do Us Part,” Seattle’s Jayne Ann Krentz, writing as Amanda Quick, delivers a suspenseful tale of a young Victorian woman who receives three sinister tokens of mourning. Krentz appears Friday, April 22, at King County Public Library System’s Bellevue branch.