Video Interview ~ Gail Gaymer Martin

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

The Borrowed Book is proud to present a new media for introducing you to your fun, favorite authors! This special video interview with Gail Gaymer Martin is the first in a series that we will be presenting in the coming months. We hope it will help you get to know these authors better. Enjoy!
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Multi-award-winning author, Gail Gaymer Martin writes Christian fiction for Love Inspired and Barbour Publishing, where she was honored by Heartsong readers as their Favorite Author of 2008. Gail has forty-eight contracted novels with over three million books in print. She is the author of Writers Digest’s Writing the Christian Romance. Gail is a co-founder of American Christian Fiction Writers, a keynote speaker at churches, libraries and civic organizations and presents workshops at conference across the US. She has a Masters degree from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan and is a licensed counselor. She lives in Michigan with her husband. Her current release is titled A Dad of His Own, published by Steeple Hill, February, 2011.




Gail is giving away a copy of her book, A Dad of His Own. Be sure to stop by The Borrowed Book on Friday for your chance to win! And, to learn more about Gail and her work, visit her at:

Website: http://www.gailmartin.com/
Blog Site: http://www.gailmartin.blogspot.com/
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14 comments:

Elizabeth Ludwig said...

We are so excited to be able to let fans of Christian fiction not only read about their favorite authors, but see and hear them as well!

What do you think? Does watching a video interview make learning about your favorite authors fun and interesting? We want your feedback!

Janet Lee Barton said...

Great interview with Gail! I really enjoyed it--and yes, the video interview was very fun and interesting! I'd love to see more. :)

Ane Mulligan said...

This is a wonderful idea! Kudos to y'all for doing these. And Gail, great job!

Gail Gaymer Martin said...

Thanks, Ane and Janet -- and a big thanks to Elizabeth who helped me through my "dumbness" when it came to doing a video. Those who know me are aware I love to talk. This could have been an hour interview if Elizabeth hadn't guided me along. : ) But it was fun to do.

Elizabeth Ludwig said...

Thank you, Janet! So...when do I get to video interview you, hmm??

S. Dionne Moore said...

Thanks for agreeing to being our first vid-view, Gail! You did a great job and it was wonderful to see you again.

Elizabeth Ludwig said...

Thank you SO much for agreeing to be our guinea pig, Gail. You did a fantastic job with the questions, and your husband was one patient fellow getting those video files sent!

Elizabeth Ludwig said...

Ane, I'm so glad you enjoyed the "vid-view" as Sandra R. put it. :-)

Elizabeth Ludwig said...

Oops...make that Sandra M. I get these two ladies mixed up. LOL!

Sandra Robbins said...

Great interview, Gail. You looked so comfortable and talked about your book with such love that I can hardly wait to read it. Thanks for being a guest on The Borrowed Book today, and I wish you success with A Dad of His Own.

Lisa, you did a wonderful job with the first interview. CNN may be calling any time now wanting you for a new reporter. LOL

Sandra Robbins

barbjan10 said...

That was a fine interview, Gail, and you handle questions with such elegance. I'm not here to win your book, I've already one a copy and it is setting next to me at this moment, ready to pick up and read. I love the cover and I'm sure the story is as good as it's cover. Wanted to tell you also that you look wonderful. Good job in all respects.

In His Love,
Barb Shelton
barbjan10 at tx dot rr dot com

Martha Ramirez said...

Awesome interview, Gail! I enjoyed watching:)You're such a natural.

Jan Marie said...

Thoroughly enjoyed watching and hearing this interview. Gail certainly made me want to be one of the first ones to own A Dad of His Own.

We have a young boy at our school who has battled a rare form of leukemia for several years now and he has been an inspiration to all of us. This topic is very relevant to me too since I just learned a couple of hours ago that my young nephew has been diagnosed with cancer. I know that reading this book will truly be a very emotional experience but, based on this exceptional interview, I can also tell it will be worthwhile.

Jan Marie
janmarien[at]embarqmail[dot]com

Elizabeth Ludwig said...

Hey Jan,

So sorry to hear about your nephew. We'll say a prayer for him and for his family. For the young boy at your school, as well.

Cancer is a terrible disease. I'm so thankful for people like Gail who reach out to others from their own experience and share hope and faith.

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