Book Spotlight: "Sorry Ain't Enough", By Yolanda Ferguson

Friday, January 6, 2017

        I absolutely loved the book. It was one of those books you can't put down. It had suspense, drama, and romance. It was so good it took maybe two days to read it.  When the end of the book came, I wanted more.  If you are in a book club here is one of those books, that will leave everyone ready to stay longer, just to talk about what happened. If you love to curl up under a blanket and drink wine, while you read, this is definitely one you need to add to your list I was blessed with the opportunity to interview and photograph Mrs. Yolanda, the new upcoming author. Please be sure to grab your copy and contact me with your reviews.  You can look below on how the book can be purchased.

Me: Tell me a little about yourself.
Yolanda: I have been married for 15 years to my husband Roderick and we have 4 sons. I work at Baptist Medical Center South and I have worked in health care for 20 years. I love reading, cooking,  listening to music, and traveling.

Me: What you made you write the book?
Yolanda: I was inspired to write a book because it was something I have always wanted to do, but thought I couldn't. One day at home this story just popped in my head and I just started writing things down and before long, I had a storyline.

Me: Tell me a little about your book Sorry Ain't Enough.
Yolanda: The book is simply a love story..... Roxy finds herself stuck in a loveless marriage after a tragic accident. She tries hard to regroup and start her career but with little support from her husband Paul. Paul is a huge music producer and is so self absorbed he doesn't see that Roxy is lonely. He signs a young twenty-something singer Bret who is immediately attracted to Roxy. Through a turn of events Roxy  and Bret finds themselves drawn and tangled up in a web of love and lust.

Me: What was the hardest part about writing the book?
Yolanda: The hardest part of writing was the wait of the finished product. I think I encountered every emotion there is.

Me: What are some of your favorite books?
Yolanda: Some of my favorite books are "The Color Purple", "The Notebook", "Waiting to Exhale", and currently  I'm reading "Girl Lost".

Me: What was your family reaction?
Yolanda: My family was totally surprised when I shared the news about the book. They were excited and very proud.

Me: Everyone that read this book, including myself wants to know, what is your next project?
Yolanda: After completing my novel I immediately started writing another story, totally different from Sorry Ain't Enough, but after everyone read it and gave me their reviews I had to write a sequel. So I am currently writing "Sorry Ain't Enough" the sequel. 

Me: For those who are interested in purchasing your book, how can they go about buying it?
Yolanda: My book can be purchased online from, and Xlibris has it in eBooks as well.

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