Thursday, November 7, 2019

With Love series by Alexa Randolph

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Welcome to It's Raining Books. Why do you write in your genre? What draws you to it?
,br> I chose romance for my genre because it has always been my favorite to read and I relate the most to it. I think the idea of happily ever after draws me in the most. Even though the basics of romance is very similar in every story it still has a completely different feel.

What research is required?

For my books I did a lot of research on the teams I used, football, and event planning. I pretty much researched all the important parts. I did most of it ahead of time, but there were times I would go back and check on it, or if I changed parts in my story I would go back and research.

Name one thing you learned from your hero/heroine.

I learned a lot about grief and how it can impact everyone differently

Do you have any odd or interesting writing quirks, habits or superstitions?

I feel like I have to get a chapter done all at one time other wise I’m worried that I won’t be able to remember what I wanted.

Are you a plotter or pantser?

I am for sure a plotter

Look to your right – what’s sitting there?

My closet

Anything new coming up from you? What?

I have blog and podcast that can be found on my website.

Do you have a question for our readers?

What do you look for in a book boyfriend/girlfriend?

Ella Chambers was a top event planner in New York, about to marry the man of her dreams. Daniel Collins was the quarterback for the Giants, on his way to winning his first ever Super Bowl. Life couldn’t get any better when they both said those three words to each other and planned to spend the rest of their lives together.

Until one perfect day came crashing down around them when they hear the three words no one wants to hear: You have cancer.

Now instead of dresses, flowers, and invitations, they’re dealing with doctors appointments, tests, and tears. Their love and strength will be tested and tortured, but they’ll fight with everything they’ve got to make it through.


Daniel and Molly are both lost in their own worlds. They recently lost the most important people in their lives. They are connected in so many ways but are complete strangers. They are barely hanging on, but a drunken encounter sends them over the edge of despair. Can they bring each other out of their misery, or will they continue to push each other away until it’s too late? Find out in the sequel to With Love, Ella, titled Daniel, Ever After.

Read an excerpt

Daniel stumbled into their bedroom late into the night after a few celebratory drinks with his and Ella’s families. They had been on a high from winning the Super Bowl and the only thing that would have made that night any better would have been getting to celebrate it with Ella. He was grateful she was at least able to see the win up close instead of through a TV screen.

He couldn’t shake the bad feeling he had as he tossed and turned all night. He knew any day now she would be gone, and he would have to go on without her. He wasn’t sure if that was even possible. She was his strength, and his rock. He finally fell asleep thinking about the sleeping beauty lying next to him.

Daniel awoke the next morning due to the bright light shining through the window. He groaned and rolled over, trying to block the sun out. When he realized he wasn’t going to fall back asleep, he sat up and rubbed the sleep from his eyes. He looked down to see it was 10:30 a.m. and that Ella was still sleeping, then did a double take and screamed. She was gray, and he knew in his gut that if he felt her, she would be cold.

Ella Collins, the love of his life, was dead and there was nothing he could do about it.

About the Author:

Alexa Randolph is the author of Daniel, Ever After, which follows With Love, Ella. “It was so fun to be able to watch my characters grow from my first novel to this one,” Alexa says of her contemporary romance novel. “My heart hurt when theirs did, and I felt like I was a part of their world.” You can always find her typing away at the keyboard, crafting romantic short stories or dreaming up characters and plots. Or you may find her blogging and helping to raise awareness for chronic pain. Not surprisingly, Alexa also loves to read the types of stories she writes and is especially fond of John Greene and romance novelist Nicholas Sparks. Alexa is a 2016 graduate of Michigan State University’s College of Communications; during college she was a regular contributor to the online blog, “The Odyssey.”


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  1. I appreciate getting to hear about your book. Thank you for sharing!

  2. I want my book boyfriend to capture my imagination and heart.

    I like the sound of this.

  3. Would you like to see your book turned into a movie or tv show?

  4. Which character from your book do you most relate to?

  5. Do you let your friends and family read drafts of your book as you are writing?

  6. In this world of constant competition, it is difficult to survive as a self-pub author. Every detail matters and getting reviews is a big part of my marketing strategy. I ordered a few reviews from to get more visibility and sales this Christmas season..

  7. Where do you do most of your writing?

  8. Are any of the characters based off of someone that you know?


So... inquiring minds want to know: what do you think?