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Everybody get down! And keep your faces to the floor.”

All of the bank’s customers obeyed immediately. When Deanna raised her head to watch what was happening, the man who had been standing in front of her gently pushed her back down.

“Do as they say,” he cautiously whispered to her from his own position on the floor.

She could see the feet of the frightened tellers as they were ushered toward the front of the counter to join the rest of the customers. One poor young man was stopped and dragged back behind the counter to empty the cash drawers into a sack. Deanna heard muffled sobbing around her.

One of the masked robbers was moving through the mass of people on the floor demanding wallets, purses and jewelry. Perhaps foolishly, Deanna decided she wasn’t going to give up the store money without some kind of protest. She also slid her grandmother’s birthstone ruby ring off of her hand and slipped it down her bra front for protection.

“Open your purse.”

“No.” He grabbed for it and she wouldn’t let it go.

“Damn it, it’s not worth dying for.” The man spoke to her again in a harsh whisper. She saw that he was eagerly handing over his own wallet.

The purse was wrested from her hand. “No. Give it back!”

He heard the gentle twang in her voice and was intrigued by it. “Don’t be an idiot!” he grumbled under his breath.

Deanna raised her head and her voice in anger. “Will you just be quiet! Ow!” She felt her head being yanked backwards by the hair and she found herself staring at the stocking face of one of the robbers.

“Stand up!” She was forced to her feet. “You want to fight?” A gun was pressed against her ribcage. “I’ll give you something to fight about.” He started to push her towards one of the office doors.

“Where are you taking me?” Sudden terror seized her. She tried to break away but found his grip on her was too strong. “Please. I’m sorry…” Her imagination ran wild with horrible possibilities. Tears began to sting her cheeks.

“Well gee, I got me Scarlett O’Hara, boys.” The bank robber laughed as he announced his find to his cohorts.

“Let her go.” The man from the front of the line made a meek plea for her safety.

“Mind your frigging business!”

Deanna continued to struggle and finally broke free. The robber lunged for her. Faster than she was aware, the suited customer was standing and pushed her protectively behind him. He blocked the robber and they scuffled. She stepped backward and was terrified to see the robber gain the advantage and hold the gun to the man’s temple. One arm wound its way around the would-be rescuer’s neck and he was quickly subdued.

She stood trembling. “Oh Gosh, I’m sorry…”

No one else wanted to take a risk. Everyone obeyed the robbers’ demands. The young teller finished filling the bag, customer pockets were emptied of valuables. The gun was still being held on the attractive stranger.

“Get back down on the floor!” The robber commanded Deanna to lie down on the floor.

She was shaking with fear and with guilt. “Please let him go.”

“Lie down!”

She hesitated briefly and then did as she was told.

“Now everyone just remain where you are. Count slowly to three-hundred. If I hear any police sirens or see any cop cars, I will kill this man.” The robbers began to back out of the bank with one of them dragging the struggling man with him.

Deanna couldn’t let them just take the man with them, not after he had risked himself to save her. She looked up and saw a large ceramic demonstration piggy bank on the counter; as soon as she saw the robber look away, she jumped to her feet and grabbed it. She ran after the robber holding the hostage and struck him in the back of the head.

The robber stumbled. “Run!” She screamed at the stranger. He stared at her in disbelief. “Run!” Finally he made a hasty retreat to the street.

Before Deanna could get safely back into the bank, she found herself being grabbed again and this time the gun was held to her head.

“You little bitch.” The robber’s voice was raspy. “You’re coming with us instead, then.” He dragged her pleading out the doors and threw her into a van just outside on the street.

Another one of the assailants grabbed her to tie and gag her as the vehicle made a hasty retreat. About a block later, the van made a quick stop and Deanna was surprised to see the suited customer step into the van.

He looked at her in anger. “You couldn’t leave well enough alone, could you?”

Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard joins Vanilla Heart Publishing

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Author Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard

Gwendolyn lives in the Pacific Northwest with her family. She writes various forms of fantasy, reads voraciously, and is a voice actor and producer in her spare time.

Do you work on more than one novel at a time?  

Often, yes.  I try to finish one first, but sometimes, another idea strikes and I just have to get it on paper. Otherwise,  I might forget a great new story.

How many books are in your office or home?

This must be a trick question, right? I’ve never counted them, but I’d say well over 200, most likely much more (and I’m not counting my youngest daughter’s, 17, books. This would be nearly 100 themselves).  I love to read, and I love to re-read. We have a lot of fiction, mostly fantasy, some non-fiction (from my college days), and comics/gaming books.

Please tell us what you are most passionate about outside of writing. 

Outside of writing, I enjoy voice acting. I volunteer voices for many online plays, and run my own Podcast company of different shows (ok, I admit, I write a few of them). I think Audio Drama is great medium today, harkening back to the days of Old Time Radio.  And I find it very important to have a strong female showing, of people running these podcasts, writing them, and being a part of the whole process


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Gwendolyn is a voice-actress and co-owner of Gypsy Audio. She did a superb job and audio recording on four of my novels Hostage Heart, Bartlett’s Rule, Karma Visited, and Final Sin. Read an earlier interview I did with Gwendolyn in July 2013.

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A Chaunce of Riches

Ben Johnson was hired as a bodyguard for a rich widow and her kid, but he never expected to be working for the woman who had abandoned him just when he had needed her the most. Damn it all, he still wanted her. Samantha Chaunce never thought she would have to explain why she married the rich man instead of Ben. Or that her husband had been murdered…and Ben was the prime suspect.


Karma Visited

Do you believe in karma? Annie Furman has a gift that allows her, while she sleeps, to visit people in their time of need – but who will be there for her when she needs help? Undersheriff Dave Turner is investigating a series of home invasions and homicides. He has no idea that solving this case will lead him to the woman of his dreams.


Final Sin

Deputy Sheriff Commander Jake Carson has his hands full… investigation of a brutal multiple homicide, a troubled son and a vindictive ex-wife. He meets young, free-spirited paramedic Julie Jennings. When Julie becomes the subject of an obsession, it puts both of them in danger…



Hyphema: Bleeding in the eye caused by trauma… Matt Garratti, a paramedic from New York, moves his wife and son to North Carolina to work at his dream job as a flight medic. Pakistani born Sudah, his wife, receives frosty stares and insensitive comments from their new neighbors… Matt wonders if he is pursuing his dream or bringing his family into a nightmare from which they may never wake.


Bartlett’s Rule

Bartlett’s Rule shares the story of Lon and Paige’s love affair; a romance filled with hardship, emotion, danger and triumph. Falling in love was never the challenge; being there for each other, knowing just what to say and making it work is the real test. Paige and Lon are real; they are human, they cry and they laugh. Paige has to learn to trust. Lon has to learn to be patient.


Courage of the Heart

Sometimes love is the only cure for the very deepest of emotional wounds. The story of the two lovers takes a series of unexpected and fast paced turns where lives, sanity and love are put in jeopardy. Their commitment to one another results in a spirit that binds them together and helps them to overcome physical and emotional dangers.


Hostage Heart

Life was hard after the hurricanes swept through, destroying her parents’ home and livelihood… An errand for her boss – a chance encounter with a crew of bank robbers – a kind man who tried to help her … a man who isn’t all he seems…no, he is so much more


The Many Faces of Chelle Cordero

The Many Faces of Chelle Cordero is a single author collection of short stories featuring Introduction, Pussycat Tails, Holiday Happiness, Not Alone, I Swear That Raccoon Just Knocked on the Door, Stormy Weather, A Mother’s Love, More Than a Friend, The Meeting, The Vacation and a special bonus section.

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A Chaunce of Riches

by Chelle Cordero

Ben Johnson was hired as a bodyguard for a rich widow and her kid, but he never expected to be working for the woman who had abandoned him just when he had needed her the most. Damn it all, he still wanted her. Samantha Chaunce never thought she would have to explain why she married the rich man instead of Ben. Or that her husband had been murdered…and Ben was the prime suspect.



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Nothing is simple in the complex tale of love, danger, and this shared, almost-mourned, past. …the two main characters are both strong, edgy people, and their history together creates a rather unusual relationship between the two. There is anger, resentment, yet, somehow, there is an enduring trust that becomes more and more important in the face of danger.

The very focused plot keeps us madly turning the pages, right to the very end. Yet, it’s the romantic in us that is waiting, and so hoping, that they are both the people we think they are…that somehow, out of all this emotional clutter, disaster and more, they can find their way to true feeling. The story is simply super on all counts. Mark A Chaunce of Riches a Must-Read.

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An Interview With Chelle Cordero (courtesy of a few friends)

A short while ago while in a deliriously good mood about my husband and I reaching 38 romantic years of wedded bliss, I asked friends to send me questions for an interview. Thanks so much to both those who submitted questions and those who sent congratulations. So here goes, you asked…

1) Gladys asked, Should there always be a happy ending to a novel?

Some genres require happy ever after endings, like romance genres, but even if the chosen genre doesn’t require the HEA, I believe it should still be a fulfilling ending. Take a book like The Diary of Anne Frank, definitely not a happy ending, but by returning Anne’s diary to her father, the only survivor of the family, the story ending has something significant and the story itself has a “purpose”.

As a writer, whether I am writing a non-fiction article or a novel, it is my job to provide something for the reader to take away from my work – a thought, a value, inspiration… The average reader wants something final from a story, some type of solution. The solution doesn’t necessarily need to be outright happy, but no one should be left with haunting unanswered questions. Cliffhangers in a series will leave enough open to make the reader want to come back for more, but there have been answers and solutions along the way making the reader feel they’ve gained something along the way.

2) Cindy asked, How many of the settings in your books have you actually visited?

I really have to count this one out. I’ve never been to Vegas (used liberally in His Lucky Charm), Colorado (from Karma Visited), or Louisiana and Arkansas (from Hostage Heart). I think I’ve been every other place I’ve used as a backdrop, or at least to the general vicinity.

I tend to soak up stories from others about places and experiences they’ve been through; I certainly live vicariously. It doesn’t matter whether I have been someplace myself or not though, I do extensive research on each location and try to include enough reality to make the place real – and yet not so much description that I get tripped up for “faking it”. Several of my stories have had NYC and Hudson Valley settings, places I am very familiar with, but how often have we heard stories of folks who grew up in NYC and yet never visited the Statue of Liberty or the Empire State Building? I like to check my facts instead of relying on simple memory.

Amusingly I once had someone who has been to Las Vegas talk to me about where I had been and stuff – when I told her I never was she told me I “had to have been there” because I described something so well in my book. Travel guides and Chamber of Commerce or Tourism sites are so rich with knowledge and often include pictures, maps and even videos and allow for virtual visits.

3) Marshall asked, Do you think that your early education gave you “food for thought” in developing plots, concepts or characters for your novels?

Both my early education and experiences undeniably have provided me with a lot of fodder for my stories. I was extremely lucky to meet a lot of very interesting and colorful people. My parents were involved in the community which opened my eyes to different perspectives. Each school I attended from grade school through college allowed me to meet and socialize with people of varying backgrounds, faiths, economic status, and interests.

I went to high school and college with artistic and creative types, and I worked a part-time job through college that allowed me to fulfill my sense of adventure (undercover retail investigation). All in all I grew up believing everything was possible and even the unexpected could happen.

4) Teresa asked, Where do you get inspiration for a story?

I people watch, I listen, I read EVERYTHING, and I play the game of “What if?” I love to exercise (writing) and I rewrite nursery rhymes, newspaper articles, TV shows and things that happened in my own life that I would do differently now with my vast experience, lol.

My husband is part of a federal medical team; he spent six weeks in southern Louisiana after Katrina and Rita devastated New Orleans. When Mark came home he was filled with stories about the strength and resiliency of the people he helped treat, as well as tear-filled recollections of the destruction and loss in the area. The more he spoke the more I pictured a family who had to put their lives back together and Deanna Blair and her parents (Hostage Heart) were “born”. Tidbits from other stories (news items mostly) and memories of folks from my past filled in the rest.

5) Vicki asked, How did you start writing?

I volunteered with the NYC Auxiliary Police Department and worked under the auspices of our precinct’s public relations officer. Hank (the detective in charge) asked me to do a favor for him – a young man from our community was killed while trying to help a mugging victim and the weekly newspaper editor asked for an article about the incident. Hank knew I had taken creative writing in school and assigned the task to me. A week later, at the age of 18, I had my first professional byline.

Nine years later, married and pregnant with our daughter, I decided to build a business that I could work from home and I returned to writing professionally. I got a few assignments with local magazines and newspapers. Several years later I realized that I wanted to write fiction, something I had always dabbled with privately, and I kept writing until I found a publisher.

6) Daisy asked, What started you into writing? I know that it is just a matter of time before your books turns into a screen movie.

My parents always encouraged self-expression; however I was always very private with anything I wrote. I was shy and worried about exposing myself to ridicule or worse, vulnerability. No joke, putting something as personal as your written thoughts out there is tantamount to stripping naked and inviting a critique on every body flaw.

In high school I had a class in creative writing taught by the renowned poet Daisy Aldan. Ms. Aldan encouraged me to write and deal with the vulnerabilities. I will never forget one writing assignment, we had to write a serious love letter to an inanimate object – I wrote a Love Letter to a Guitar which later appeared in my school’s yearbook – we all chuckled under our breath when the assignment was given, but the exercise proved to be life-altering. I learned to write with much more than pen and paper, I learned to write with my heart and all of my senses.

Thanks for the kind words, I would absolutely love to see some of my stories on the screen and I often play around with casting the characters. Alex O’Loughlin would definitely have to play Jake in Final Sin! (Yum)

7) Jayne asked, How do you envision your hero in each book?

My heroes tend to be a compilation of people I know, have heard about, or dream of. I’ve been asked several times if the hero in a book is really my husband, there are qualities that each one shares with Mark, but they aren’t him. While I admit to falling in love with each and every one of them, they are all different and each one has a bit of “bad boy” in him. I think my heroes fit the stories that they are in.

One thing that I do in every story is gift each hero with a habit or trait that has my husband, Mark, all over it, even a few frustrating habits. In Courage of the Heart there is a humorous scene where Davie files Adam’s computer disks on his desk – only NONE of the disks are labeled and it winds up irritating him because he has to now go through them to make sense of the information. Back when we had diskettes Mark never, ever labeled them and it totally perplexed me.

8) From my publisher Kimberlee, Does your significant other read your stuff?

No, not at all. Mark likes action adventure books; his favorite books are probably Ludlum and that sort. He “claims” he doesn’t like reading romance – even suspense.

But a few years ago I heard another author talk about her husband not reading her books – she asked him if he felt self-conscious about reading the love scenes and that he might fear seeing himself on the pages. His answer to her was surprising, he was afraid he WOULDN’T see himself. I stopped trying to guilt Mark into reading my books after I heard that.

He is very supportive of my writing endeavors though and cheers me on with each accomplishment.

9) From my publisher Kimberlee, What is the hardest part of writing your books?

Writing “The End” and saying goodbye. I’ve created the characters and raised them to function and after all the time I’ve invested on them I now have to let them go off on their own. It really is an empty nest feeling.

10) From my publisher Kimberlee, Tell us about your recent release.

I love my novel Karma Visited – it was really a stretch for me to write, it was different from the others. Karma Visited is a Paranormal Suspense with a strong romantic edge.

Annie Furman died on the operating table after an accident that took her parents’ lives – the doctors revive her but she has an unexpected ability to travel in her sleep to disasters and people in need. No one believes that her nightmares are real and her guardians put her into therapy, she eventually learns to pretend that she is “normal”.

She gets married only to find that her husband, Scott, isn’t the man she thought he was. When she makes the mistake of confiding in him he uses the information to control her and threatens to commit her if she rebels. Annie meets Dave Turner in one of her dreams; surprisingly he can see and hear her. Dave and Annie grow closer and… well, you’ll have to read the book to find out the rest.


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Do you believe in karma? Annie Furman has a gift that allows her, while she sleeps, to visit people in their time of need – but who will be there for her when she needs help? Undersheriff Dave Turner is investigating a series of home invasions and homicides. He has no idea that solving this case will lead him to the woman of his dreams.


Karma Visited captured me from the beginning and never let go. This tale of good, evil, and a miraculous gift between has a cast of characters you’ll never forget. Well done, Chelle Cordero.

~Charmaine Gordon
Author of Survive and Thrive novels and Mature Romances

Karma Visited audiobook is narrated by Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard, professional voice actress, owner and producer at Gypsy Audio, residing in the Pacific Northwest. Final Sin was the first audiobook she produced for Chelle Cordero and Vanilla Heart Publishing, followed by Bartlett’s RuleHostage Heart, and Karma Visited. Gwendolyn’s range, excellent characterizations and inflections, professionalism, and extraordinary high quality production standards are just a few of the reasons we’re thrilled to be working with her on these projects, and on many projects to come.

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Meet Voice Actress Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard

Hi everyone. Today I’d like to introduce you to the talented Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard – Gwendolyn used her magic to help turn my EMS suspense Final Sin into an audio book. She was willing to sit with me for a few minutes here at the Potpourri Parlor and talk about what she does.

Hi Gwendolyn, let’s enjoy some iced cappuccino (it’s sooo hot out) and oatmeal raisin cookies (my favorite) while we chat.

What is a “Voice Actress” and how did you decide to become one?

A “Voice actress” is the same thing as a “voice over actress”. I mostly work for volunteer companies on the internet (not exclusively however). When my disability kept me from working as a nurse, I found out I could do my first love, acting, by finding various auditions. Since I started, seven years ago, I’ve now done over 300 voices.

That’s a really impressive list of credits. I think you read Final Sin exactly as I intended it, it was really a great job. When you are reading for an audio book, how do you achieve the author’s “voice”?

That is a hard question. I read the book as though I were reading it for entertainment/fun first, and find what feels comfortable for character and scene. And pull in some of my own writing knowledge. And then hope I did it right 🙂

Oh you definitely did it right, I really liked listening to Final Sin after you recorded it. Is there anything you would like to say about the story?

I really enjoyed “Final Sin”. I loved the red herrings, and the final confrontation scene. It was a blast to read.

Do you perform under a pseudonym and if so, how did you come up with it? What do your friends call you?

I use a pseudonym on occasions, when the material may not be appropriate for my children or if I just think it’s funny (I have an odd sense of humor). My friends, mostly call me Gwen.

Have you taken any voice training? What happens when you have a cold – any tricks of the trade?

Although I had drama training, I had to learn the tricks of voice acting on my own. It’s been fun. And if you have a cold? Tea with lemon, straight lemon juice (but don’t do this one for long) or hot cider sometimes help. And sadly, sometimes, you just have to rest your voice.

Since you’ve been a Voice Actress for so long, I’m sure you’ve had a few surprises along the way. Can you tell us about any of them?

While doing my first audio book “Murdered by Human Wolves” by Steven E. Wedel, I was surprised to learn that he found my accent to be nearly perfect for Oklahoma. Funny: there have been a few times my cats wanted to read along. Sadly, they can’t pronounce Chelle correctly.

Oh wow, you have cats, so do I. Please, introduce us to your felines.

I adore my cats, I have two: The Princess Buttercup, a white and ginger tabby (we used to have a Dread Pirate Wesley, that’s how she got her name). Also “Lilah Morgan”, a tortoise shell tabby (named after a character on the series “Angel”). Buttercup is a very loving, albeit older cat (she’s 13) Lilah spends her time acting crotchety, and irritable, but she loves attention when SHE wants it. They keep me happy.

Tell us a little bit about the rest of your family. What does your significant other and family think of your career?

I’m married to Dedrick, and I have two amazing daughters from my first marriage: Rhiannon and Bridget. My husband says he’s proud of the work I do (and has even listened to some of it). When Bridget was younger, we actually got her to act in a few shows, though now that she’s a teenager, she’s not interested. I think, though they don’t say it, that they’re proud of me too. That I found something I love to do.

Is there a special time of the day/night you like to work?

I prefer to record in the mornings, the earlier the better. I live in an apartment, and there is always less noise.(And I feel more accomplished the rest of the day)

I’m always nosy about the person behind the voice, what group did you hang out with in high school?

In High School I was the ultimate Drama geek. I spent as much time as I possibly could on stage. I never loved anything as much as I did being in front of an audience.

What three words do you think describe you as a human being?

Artistic. Determined. Frustrated.

What do you do in your spare time to unwind and relax?

To unwind and relax, I listen to music, play video games and/or cross-stitch. And watch TV with my family.

Your Facebook page says you are a writer and a voice actress- what have you written?

I’ve written one novel “Shadows of Blood” (which I haven’t yet sent to a publisher), and a write a lot of the shows on my audio drama website, as well as various episodes for other companies. “TamLynn PI” is one on Gypsy Audio that is all mine.

What is the hardest part about being a voice actress/narrator?

Just like an author or other types of actors, it’s having the thick skin, not just for the rejections but also for the inevitable negative reviews. I still take these things to heart, even when I know I shouldn’t.

If you weren’t a voice actress, what would you want to be?

Hard question. Before I got so sick, I was a Registered Nurse. I think, if I could still do the work  that’s what I’d do. If I wasn’t about to be a VA, and can’t be an RN, well, I’d keep writing. I love it 2nd to acting.

Please tell us about some of the other books you’ve recorded and where can customers buy them?

I’ve recorded two supernatural thrillers for Steven E. Wedel “Murdered by Human Wolves” and “Seven Days in Benevolence” both of which can be found on audible.com and amazon.com.

What are you working on now?

Why, thank you for asking *grin* I’m narrating Chelle Cordero’s “Hostage Heart” (and loving it!)

Aw gee, now I have a big smile on my face. Gwendolyn, where can your fans find out more about you?

My website is : http://www.gypsyaudio.org/ which is my audio drama company Gypsy Audio. There is a fan facebook as well: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Gwendolyn-Jensen-Woodard-Voice-Actress/528238047229148?fref=ts

Readers can reach me through the above sites.

To my readers/listeners: I hope you enjoy what you hear. And know the foremost reason I do this, is for you. To entertain (and every now and then, to educate 🙂

Thanks so much for joining me here today, Gwendolyn. And thank you so much for the terrific job you did reading Final Sin. I’m really looking forward to hearing Hostage Heart when you are done with that also.

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