Interview with romance writer Naomi Boom

special guest today is Naomi Boom. We’re
chatting about her new Regency romance, To
Entice an Earl.

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Naomi Boom never expected to love writing. Her inspiration struck while
searching for the perfect historical romance novel to read. Nothing sounded
appealing, so she decided to write her own. That one novel has morphed into a
series, and hopefully many, many more.

Welcome, Naomi. Please share a little
bit about your current release.

I’m going to go out on a limb here and assume everyone has had a crush on
someone unattainable. I know I have, and it sucks. Watching that one guy from
afar and wishing just once he would notice you. Well, To Entice an Earl is based on that premise. Except instead of a
short-lived crush, the heroine falls for a guy. For years. The hero is too
blockheaded to notice her until he is forced to act as her guardian. Do they
end up together? Seeing as this is a romance, the answer should be obvious, but
getting to the happily ever after is the fun part.

What inspired you to write this book?
I love the friends to lovers trope and couldn’t resist writing one.

from To Entice an Earl:

“I have too given you compliments.”
“Really?” She
exhaled. “Name one.”
He contemplated the matter for a moment
and then said, “I told you your hair was prettier in disarray.”
had forgotten that. “So you said one thing. Congratulations.”
you.” He swept an exaggerated bow and smirked up at her.
“That is not something to
be proud of. Why, it’s not even that monumental a compliment.”
He straightened, and a
light flared in his eyes. There had always been an easy mood between them, but
he had never looked at her in such a way before. It was almost, well, sinful.
“Allow me to remedy my
error, then.” He caught her hand in his, and gazed deep into her eyes. “Your
eyes remind me of a summer storm.” Her gaze faltered from his, but he
continued. “Your skin is as smooth as fine porcelain, and your hair is made of
the most enticing curls I have ever seen. I can imagine your freed hair would
make a man lose his senses. And lastly, you have deliciously kissable lips.”
She swallowed. His
ridiculous, probably oft-used lines had the most amazing effect on her. Her
knees had grown weak, and her mind was slow to focus. “I-I d-don’t think…” Her
voice trailed off as he chuckled.
“With that said, you also
possess a tremendous ability to irritate me beyond comprehension.”

What exciting story are you working on

I am working on the next
novel in the series. To Entice an Earl
leaves a bit of a cliff-hanger for the next story, so be warned. I couldn’t
wait to write the fourth novel in my series, and it won’t disappoint.

When did you first consider yourself a

I had a hard time
grasping the idea that I am a writer. I still kind of feel like an imposter,
like maybe I shouldn’t consider myself one until I reach my tenth book or so.
Logically, I know that is nonsense, so I started calling myself a writer once I
had my first novel written.

Do you write full-time? If so, what’s
your work day like? If not, what do you do other than write and how do you find
time to write?

I am kind of a stay at home mom who works minimal hours at a gas station and
writes in my spare time. Typically, that means I can only write at night after
my toddler has fallen asleep. Sometimes, on the weekend, I’ll sneak off into a
little room and devote more time, but that’s usually on extensive revisions or
edits. My husband really makes writing possible for me. It would be tough
without him.

What would you say is your interesting
writing quirk?

I spend a lot of time in
the gym when I’m in a writing rut. That one tendency is the only thing saving
me from being 500 pounds because when I really get into writing, I sometimes
binge eat. Excessively. And drink, but I think consuming alcohol is fairly
normal for a writer.

As a child, what did you want to be when
you grew up?

A lawyer and a model
because, you know, they go so well together. Eventually, that dream morphed
into boring stuff like retail management, and now I just want to write.

Anything additional you want to share
with the readers?

family and I recently moved back to my home state of South Dakota. I’ve been
having a difficult time finding a good place in my home to write, and now, I am
excited to say I claimed a storage closet. It’s tiny, can fit a recliner, and I
love it. I’m just so excited about it I couldn’t resist telling you.


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