Which genres do you write?
Andrea: Just romance at the moment, but I'd like to try women's fiction at some stage.
Which market do you write for? (Christian or general, clean reads, etc)
Andrea: My first two books and my novella are for the Christian market, but my next one will be a sweet romance for the general market.
Andrea: Romance, romance and romance! You can find me on Amazon here.
How many books have you published in each genre?
Andrea: Three in the romance genre – two novels and one novella
Are you published traditionally, indie, or hybrid?
Andrea: Hybrid. My first two novels were published traditionally with Rhiza Press and my novella is indie published in a box set, along with five other authors: Lacy Williams, Marion Ueckerman, and our own Narelle Atkins, Rose Dee, and Meredith Resce.
Did genre influence your decision to choose a particular publishing model?
Andrea: No, not at all. I wrote a book, wondered what to do with it, and then the steps appeared in front of me. I guess you could say God led me there ;)
Are your published works available in print, ebook, or both?
Andrea: 'A Simple Mistake' and 'Too Pretty' are available in both print and ebook; 'An Aussie Summer Christmas', the box set containing my novella, 'All is Bright', is ebook only.
Andrea: It’s a good question, isn’t it? I’ve thought about it a lot. I write romance because I love reading it. I also love to encourage people – I feel that’s my calling rather than writing itself. However, if I can encourage, or bring hope, or help people feel they’re not alone, and do it through my writing, then I’m doing what I’m supposed to do and I’m content with that.
Many thanks to Andrea Grigg for sharing her thoughts on genre.
Andrea would love to connect with you on her Facebook author page, or via Twitter, or you could send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org