Jeannie Moon featured in Newsday!

We’re so excited that Jeannie Moon has been featured in Newsday for her new Christmas book, Christmas in Angel Harbor!

Huntington novel Jeannie Moon relaxes at Northport VillagePhoto courtesy of Newsday by Linda Rosier

Jeannie discusses her new release, writing a story set in her hometown of Long Island, and the joys of writing about an older hero and heroine.

Jeannie on older characters: “This age is nearly unheard of in the romance genre! The bulk of our readers are between 40 and 65, so why shouldn’t the story reflect them? Danny and Jane’s story is a second chance at love, so they have a history. This isn’t insta-love. They are not going to fall in the kind of love you might find at 25 — that rush. They have years and miles behind them. They still have miles ahead and still have emotions and desires, but characters this age are not going to approach a relationship in the same way. Seasoned love is more controlled, more thoughtful. Also more decisive because they have an understanding of what they want.”

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