Today we are interviewing Marion Ueckermann in our Africa Book Safari. Read about this prolific romance writer here. Click To Tweet
Africa Book Safari
During the month of October, a group of Christian authors who either live in Africa or are rooted in this amazing continent, are teaming up for an exciting adventure.
We’re going on an Africa Book Safari! Together, we will discover some of the rich, diverse colors and nuances of Africa through stories, devotions, and memoirs, all set in Africa. What’s more, because we are writers, we would like to invite you all to come along with us!
Marion: We will be traveling together in a blog hop through a number of blog posts featuring fiction and non-fiction books, all centered in Africa. Our Safari Guide will be interviewing each of us, and we invite you to listen in as we chat about ourselves and our books. You will find the interviews on the author’s own sites, and we will post links to one another’s interviews. So pop in here every day and see what author you’re going to visit!
Here comes our Safari Guide
So come along and join in the fun! And here comes our guide who will be taking us on our safari.
Safari Guide: Hi! I believe you are Marion Ueckermann, is that correct?
Marion: That’s me. And you, I presume, are going to be our Tour Leader for this great time. What should we call you?
Safari Guide: You can call me Mr. Africa!
Are you all comfortable? Please buckle up your seat-belts. Starting today, I plan to show you all different angles to this continent.
Marion, it’s your turn to sit up front with me. Everyone, let’s go discover Africa!
As our large safari land rover moves away from the buildings and
heads into the wilds of Africa, Mr. Africa swings in his seat to face me
CLICK HERE to read the interview with Marion Ueckermann and about her intriguing Christian Romance book set in Africa, “The Other You”.
Previously published in this series: Chatting with Shirley Corder
[stextbox id=’alert’ bgcolor=’eb5109′]QUESTION FOR YOU: Do you enjoy reading romance? What is different about Christian romance to others out there? [/stextbox]