Author W.J. May #interview

Please give a warm welcome to Tell us a bit about yourself

USA Today Bestselling author, W.J. May grew up in the fruit belt of Ontario – St. Catharines. Crazy-happy childhood, she’s always had a vivid imagination and loads of energy.
The youngest of six — four older brothers, and a sister — taught her at a young age to be competitive in all aspects of life.
At sixteen, she began competing in athletics (track and field) and before she turned seventeen, she was representing Canada in high jump. She continued to compete, breaking Canada’s JR High Jump record (1.92m – 6′ 3 1/2″ for those metric-ly challenged). She attended University of Toronto, and Kansas State University – winning CIAU’s and becoming All-American 6x – NCAA Indoors Runner Up + more.
But you’re not interested in her athletic career – unless of course you’re curious to know she stands 1.70m (5’7″) and has jumped 20cm over her head on more than one occasion. She’s represented Canada at the World Championships, World Jrs., won Francophone Games, been all over the world and loved every minute of every competition. From the grueling workouts, the crazy weights she lifted, the days she thought her lungs were going to spit out of her mouth for lack of oxygen, the travelling and the opportunity to read – her favourite past time.
Life continued with her husband (a distance runner from Liverpool, UK, who she met at KSU) and then their first, second and finally third child. Their house became full of more imagination and stories.
After her father passed away in 2009, from a six-year battle with cancer (which she still believes he won the fight against), she began to write again. A passion she’d loved for years, but realized life was too short to keep putting it off.
She wrote RAE OF HOPE, the first book in the Chronicles of Kerrigan series, which became an international success and the series has continued into 12 books, plus sub-series, twisted plots and more!
May loves fantasy, paranormal and maybe the odd twist of something darker, something sweeter and something just off the charts.
When she’s not writing or reading, she’s either hanging with her kids, shopping, watching movies, into sports, or plotting the next story in her head.

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Have you always wanted to become an author?

I LOVED reading as a kid (and teen, and adult lol) and used to always imagine stories in my head. When I was training for athletics, I used to make up stories and continue them for weeks in my head as I was working out – great distraction lol.
I honestly never dreamed about being a writer… I never thought I was good enough lol. I just dove in and went for it… and the rest, well, is a story in the making …

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What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

The characters themselves. They become like family and it’s like catching up with each one of them when I write their story

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What are you working on now?

RESOLVED – the last book of the Queen’s Alpha Series is in my head at the moment.
I’m also working on the Mending Magic series, the new Kerrigan Kids series, a completely new idea called ROYAL FACTIONS as well… lots of fun stuff going on!

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

Apparently I make weird faces when I write lol. My husband always comes in the room and has a laugh. “Serious part?” “What are you laughing at?” Guess I can’t keep it all in my head. lol

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What are your hopes for the future?

To continue writing for as long as I can. I’d love to see one of my series put into a movie or TV series one day. That would be a dream come true.

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Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

Write, write, write! Write what you are passionate about, what genres you enjoy reading and edit, edit, edit! Reread what you write and be willing to change things up. Have fun with it… writing should never feel like a job.

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Do you have anything to say to your readers?

Thank you for reading the crazy stories in my head.I am going to be doing some giveaways this summer so be sure and follow me.Twitter

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Author J. Edwards Stone #interview #newrelease

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Tell us a bit about yourself

I’m a lot of things. Wife, mom, author, scary lawyer. But today I’m especially an author (with a new book coming out on June 22, 2019)!

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Have you always wanted to become an author?

Always. Ever since I was a little girl, I was a storyteller. I still remember being so small I couldn’t even see over the table, telling my family at breakfast a story about a girl named Lucy. This became a routine – I would ask them to give me a topic, and I would build a story around it as I went (always with a girl named “Lucy!”).
I’m not sure why I didn’t pursue a literature or English degree in school. I regret it to an extent, but ultimately I can still pursue that passion and publish my novels. It’s much more difficult with two young kids and a demanding career, but I would peck away at a story for hours into the evening. I’m now proud to be the almost-published author of a new series (A War of Black Feathers). Very proud.

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What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

I’m not sure where the inspiration originated, to tell you the truth. I wrote another book that hasn’t made it to the publishers – one based on a Greek myth. During my research into that book, I came across the image of the goddess, Nike, and I thought she would be a cool protagonist in a story. I started to imagine Angels from that, and what their world must look like.
The clincher may have been on a trip to the park with the kidlets. My son found a black feather on the ground and asked what wing it came from. Such a cool question when put that way, and my mind turned back around to the concept of Angels.
I thought I should write a story about them.
So I did!

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What are you working on now?

I’m on a hiatus from writing at the moment. I have a complete series and have to time the releases. With help from my hubs, (the kool kat that he is), we’ve been working on marketing, mainly. (He’s really the star here – he runs all of my campaigns and internet-stuff. Thanks Honey!). I would like to finish my mythology series, and I’ve always wanted to write something in the Arthurian Legend universe. Perhaps someday!

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

Good question but alas, I’m rather boring. I DO like to sit in my kitchen to write as opposed to anywhere else in the universe. I feel like I’m more creative there for some reason, but it’s probably just that it’s close to the snacks.

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What are your hopes for the future?

I have many. I hope “Herald” does well, and that people enjoy my work and feel something when they read it. I would like to be able to say that I moved people (in a good way), and that I created a bit of an escape for their troubles – even if only for a little while.

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Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

Just write. Don’t torture yourself over whether you have a perfect plot or ending or whatever. Don’t agonize over whether you’re doing it right. Just WRITE the story. You can always go back later and fix things, but pound out that thing until it’s finished, no matter how torturous it may be.
After that – GET an EDITOR. Do NOT assume you can query agents or publish it until you have a perfect manuscript in your hands. A good editor is worth every penny you can spend, trust me. If you try to pass off a book with spelling mistakes or grammatical errors, the audience will punish you for it in reviews and/or agents will discard your baby into the slush pile. Trust me.
If you’re going the indie route, make sure your cover is completely kick-ass. Home made jobbies don’t sell books, but beautiful, eye-catching covers do.

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Do you have anything to say to your readers?

Thank you! For all your support, for your encouragement and validation.

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Author Tessa Tempest #interview

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Hi, I’m Tessa and I write fantasy romance and sexy gothic folklore filled with poison flowers, dark forests, and princesses who can save themselves. My first book under this name is Poison Garden, the first book in The Beautiful and the Deadly saga.

When I’m not writing, I teach college English and run a small business with my husband designing journals, notebooks, blank comic books, and totes at Wayfarer Journals. I have two boys, 6 and 9, who like to get in on the designing action too.

I’m also a huge TV junkie. TV is just another medium of storytelling, after all. So much of what I’ve learned about dialogue and where to cut scenes to leave readers wanting more comes from watching my favorite shows with a notebook at the ready. Some of my faves include Gilmore Girls, Doctor Who (though I’m behind), Umbrella Academy, the OA, and pre-Neagan Walking Dead. It totally counts as research, right? Right now I’m bingeing How to Get Away With Murder.

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Have you always wanted to become an author?

Yes, probably since I was around seven or eight. I love stories. When I was in third grade, I made my own (cardboard) boxed set of these mini books I wrote about Sweet Tooth the blue dinosaur because all the books I loved at that age were part of a series, so of course mine had to be too.

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What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

The first nugget of an idea for Poison Garden came years ago from a picture and article I found on Pinterest about a real poison garden. I’m not sure if the one at Alnwick in the UK still exists as the link I saved is now broken, but it said: “ There is a garden in England where behind closed doors only poisonous plants will grow. The guides warn, ‘Do not touch the plants. Do not even smell them.’ “

What a cool setting for a story, right? The idea captured my imagination so fully that I tucked it away until I could find the right place for it. When I started crafting Astrid’s story, all of the pieces fell into place.

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What are you working on now?

I’m deep into the world of Poisoned Paradise, the sequel to Poison Garden. You’ll see Valkyries, more of Astrid’s powers and her hot Viking warriors, more vengeful gods, an impossible journey, and a race to the underworld to retrieve a vial for Loki and save Drysi, Astrid’s best friend, before she evanesces.

On top of that, I’m finishing up a Poison Garden coloring book that should be out this summer.

I’ve also got a few other projects I’m adding ideas to. The first is a series planned for next year set in a world where fairy tales repeat themselves and Poppy, who has just learned she’s a Sleeping Beauty, must team up with the most unlikely allies: the brooding and possibly very dangerous Blue Beard, the flighty Eternal Boy, and womanizing Prince Charming to try and stop their stories and save all of their kingdoms.

I’m also kicking around ideas for a funny witchy Academy series and a horror romance.

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

With my sensory processing issues, it’s very difficult for me to focus and write with any distracting sounds. So no music for me. No background noise if I can help it.

I also handwrite about 85% of my first drafts.

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What are your hopes for the future?

I want to keep telling stories as long as people want to read them.

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Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

Finish things. Start stories and write them all the way through to the end. Also, keep in mind that a “great writer” is not something you ever are or are not. Telling great stories is something all writers continually work toward.

Also, embrace the suck of your first efforts. Sticking with it until you develop your skills is so important when though it’s so uncomfortable.

There is a great video floating around from Ira Glass of This American Life with so many nuggets of wisdom on this subject.

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Do you have anything to say to your readers?

I’m so grateful to every single person who reads my books and gets to know the people who live inside my head. If you liked Poison Garden, I think you will LOVE what comes next for Astrid and her guys in Poisoned Paradise, which I hope to have out late August or early fall.

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Author M.J. Marstens #interview

Please give a warm welcome to author M.J. Marstens

Tell us a bit about yourself

I am a homeschooling mom of three wonderful kids. I used to teach foreign languages at the collegiate level, but now own a private practice in a yoga studio called Bright Light Therapy where I am a holistic psychotherapist. In my free time, I write, lol.

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Have you always wanted to become a writer?

Yes and no. I have always loved to write and I might have thought about it as a kid, but not really as an adult.

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What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

Actually, it was a dream, haha. A very inappropriate dream that evolved into something more.

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What are you working on now?

Total Lunar Eclipse is the third and final book in The Afflicted Zodiac series and will come out the end of August. I am also working on a dark menage standalone and an RH retake of Swan Lake called the Swan Empress, both to come out this year.

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

My youngest is just 2 and still breastfeeds, so I have a lot of time holding him and just thinking. . . I get a lot of ideas and keep my iPod next to me to record anything. Sometimes this happens 2 or 3 in the morning and I have to whisper. When I listen to myself the next day, I sound like someone from the Blair Witch Project, lol.

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What are your hopes for the future?

To be happy. I’m a really simple gal.

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Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

I’m really glad you asked this question because I definitely came into this business blind. Firstly, I did not have FB of any kind, so I was behind the ball in this regard. Since most people already have FB, use this to grow your readers. Make a FB page and reading group and join similar genre groups to add friends and meet other like-minded authors and readers. Do Take-overs at release parties and offer giveaways and interesting posts to keep members engaged in your author group/page. Next: get your cover professionally done! And make sure your book is edited. I was so excited to publish my book, I did my own cover and self-edited. I am very well-spoken, but I missed A LOT. I finally had my cover redone and my book edited professionally and since then, my sales have soared. The truth is, you are going to have put a little money out up-front in self-promotions and polishing if you really want a well-done product. Learn from my mistakes because I probably wasted a lot of money I could have been putting towards my book instead, lol.

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Do you have anything to say to your readers?

Yes: THANK YOU! If it weren’t for you guys, I really wouldn’t be much of an author. You inspire me to keep writing. And that means the world to me.

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Sol & Lune by Kathryn Moon #preorder

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A war without end, a woman alone, and a sacred duty she must protect.

Born into a war almost as old as Sol and Lune themselves, Lumen, Lady of Fenn Manor has watched her family sacrifice for years at the altar of her country’s ambitions.

Alone and unprotected when the enemy army arrives on her doorstep, she faces two impossible choices: run north to her countrymen, or protect her home and bear the company of the temperamental General Westbrook.

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As the army’s stay stretches on, Lumen learns what she’s willing to sacrifice and what cannot be surrendered. Westbrook isn’t the only man in the company interested in Lumen. There is Healer Brink who hides secrets as fiercely as feelings, and Gideon Jones who fights as fiercely as he loves.

Can Lumen survive the onslaught against her home, her honor, her heart? Only Mother Lune knows.

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Sol & Lune is part one of a reverse harem romance duet about the transformation of Lumen Fenn and the three men fascinated by her. It contains emotionally dark themes and is meant for readers age 18 and up. The duet will end with an HEA.

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Author & Poet Ben Ditmars #interview

Please give a warm welcome to author and poet Ben Ditmars

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Ah, the million-dollar question. Which is good, because I could really use a million dollars. I am an author and poet, currently working in bookkeeping and accounting. This ties into my latest collection Number Poetry – all about the hidden rhythm of the written word. But when I’m not writing or counting beans, I enjoy exploring local history and traveling. I found a bar near my parent’s house where Al Capone used to relax. Pretty cool, eh?

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Have you always wanted to become an poet/author?

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I’ve always wanted to be heard. But I’m shy around strangers. Writing helps me decipher my thoughts and communicate better.

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What was your inspiration for the writing?

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I find inspiration everywhere. The sky, the trees, stars in space – a lot with the stars in space. Science in general makes me think and ask questions. It’s a good conduit for metaphors. So is romance. My favorite poems from other poets are romantic ones – borderline erotic. Sex is liberating as an art form. And probably other ways too.

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

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OCD. Lots of OCD. I can agonize over a single word or piece of punctuation for hours. It’s slightly more muted writing for publications, because I can take time. But if it’s for the internet, you’re naked when it’s posted. There’s an urgency, exhilaration and fear that goes with it. But it also helps you find what works and resonates with an audience.

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Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

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Research the publishing and business world. Go to author events and see how they promote and interact. Watch Mad Men. Read as much as possible of the genre you intend to write. Think of who your audience will be and what you can give them they don’t have.

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What are you working on now?

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I’m working on quite a few things. A book of romantic haiku, a haiku novella and fantasy adventure, and a young-adult collection with various life lessons. It should be a real hoot.

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I would love to keep expanding and reaching new audiences. That’s my biggest struggle is growing the ranks of people who read poetry. Partly, I’ve been doing this through posting on Instagram, or the Gram as hip Gen-Y kids call it. Or it Gen Z? I’m too much of a Millennial to actually remember.

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Yes, as a matter of fact. I appreciate you staying with me through these weird ideas I have. I could be living under a bridge shouting haiku, but you like my posts and buy books so I don’t have to.

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Author Reese Copeland #interview

Please give a warm welcome to author Reese Copeland

Tell us a bit about yourself

Hey yall! I’m Reese! I’m 26 recently married and I live in Arkansas with my husband, my cranky cat and a suspiciously creaky house. I love gardening, cooking and collecting crystals. My favorite color is sage green and I’m allergic to avocados and I’m really sad about it lol. #RIPGuacamole.

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Have you always wanted to become an author?

I have! I used to be really shy and ghostwrite for others for fear of being judged for my overactive imagination. I only recently got the confidence to step out of the shadows and I’m so excited!

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What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

So Winds of Change came about after way too many glasses of wine and a Lord of the Rings marathon. An I began thinking why should all the main characters be boys?! Look at Xena she’s a total badass and she never NEEDED a male lead for jack squat! The more I thought about it the madder I got lol and then I watched Harry Potter and snapped! Hermione is a total hero I would read a series based around her. So Bela and her story were created.

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What are you working on now?

Oh man, soooo many things! Haha, I can never stick to just one. I’m working on an awesome cowrite for the summer with some of my writer besties. I’ve just launched a business to help new and established authors with their business/admin side of thing. It’s called Writers Guide to Freedom and I’m super excited about it! The next Hearts of Solara is on my radar and the outline is basically writing itself. I’ve also explored some spinoffs for the series! So please if you have ideas or suggestions let me know, I am always looking for inspiration.

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

Ha! I feel like I’m a walking quirk. I do my best writing when House Hunters International is playing in the background, and I’ve got a great playlist blaring. I know that sounds odd and my husband is always like how can you possibly concentrate. But for some reason, it works! Like, I can’t hear myself think really so the words just flow out of me.

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What are your hopes for the future?

I just want to be one person’s favorite author, that’s enough for me. If I can help the indie community to become more respected that’d be awesome too! I’m always looking forward to the future, that the best part about the future, there is always something more to look forward too!

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Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

Ooh ok, two things:

1. Write and create for you. I don’t care if the story has been done a bazillion times. If you have a story to tell..tell it! No one is going to tell it quite like you, so just write for you! Don’t worry about what the audience may say or your peers. You do you boo!

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2. Take your time researching and vetting the members of your team, whether they be you PA. publisher, editor, ANYONE who has anything to do with your brand needs to be vetted by more than just word of mouth. If you don’t feel comfortable looking into business and people in depth, check out Writers Guide to Freedom. We’ll handle the real world while you create the story.

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Do you have anything to say to your readers?

I am so grateful for each and every one of you! I hope that you’ve found a little of Vika’s bravery, Bela’s heart and Helena’s strength inside of you. Thank you for taking this ride with me, I cannot wait to see where we go next.

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Digital Artist Imaginary Rosse #art #interview

Please give a warm welcome to digital artist Andreea Grigore

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My name is Andreea, and I’m a digital artist based in Bucharest, Romania.

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I’m a very melancholic person, daydreamer and I take my energy from the times I get to be alone with my thoughts. I’m a crazy cat lady, currently having 3 cats, but also happily married! *wink*

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My journey started back in 2004, when I first started playing around with Photoshop.

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I found it fascinating to be able to blend together different images and create something that comes out of your imagination. It was like creating a different reality, in which I got to express my dreams, struggles, and so on. I’ve come a long way, but there’s still a lot left to learn.

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I love princesses, witches, warriors, fairytales, mythology, glowing stuff, magic… So I take my inspiration from anything around me that has this elements. There’s a lot of talented photographers out there that are very inspirational, movies, stories. They blend in my imagination, and I create from the stories they blend into.

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I’m currently not selling prints, but my works are available for licensing.

Most of my work can be tweaked or sold as a whole to authors, artists, etc.

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Author Ann Denton #interview

Please give a warm welcome to author Ann Denton

Tell us a bit about yourself

I’m Ann Denton and I’m a serial killer. Only of imaginary characters, but still, I think it’s important to put it out there, so you know where I stand. If you annoy me, an imaginary version of you might end up attacked by werewolves. Just saying. I write all kinds of fantasy and paranormal books.

I’m a stay-at-home-mom for my six and three-year-old and have been writing novels since I was pregnant with my oldest. Writing has always been an outlet for me, though I was trained as a playwright and screenwriter in college, not a novelist.

Also, apologies to everyone reading this, but I’ve got the market cornered on best husband in the world, so everyone else is just gonna have to settle. Wanna fight me on that? See paragraph one. 😊

Have you always wanted to become an author?

I’ve wanted to be a writer since I won 2nd place in an essay contest in 7th grade. I’ve always just loved storytelling. But at first, I thought I wanted to write for T.V. Dreams evolve.

What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

I have a couple series going right now. Tangled Crowns is my Reverse Harem series and it’s a series of medieval romantic fairy tales. I’ve always loved fairy tale remakes and while I don’t draw on any particular fairy tales for this series, I do love drawing on tropes, like going to the ball or fighting an evil beast. I really wanted to write a RH where the guys didn’t just fall into the girl’s lap. I wanted her to have to earn their love. So, that’s pretty much what inspired Knightfall, the first book in the series.

My other series, Lyon Fox, is a paranormal cozy mystery series. I created it originally as a wedding gift, throwing in everything I could think of that my friend might love. But I fell so in love with the world that I couldn’t stop writing about it!

What are you working on now?

I’m working on book two for Tangled Crowns: MidKnight and book four for Lyon Fox: Hexed Hit.

Do you have any quirks while writing?

I have to chew gum or I end up eating way too much. Sometimes I sit with my legs crossed and my legs fall asleep. I write with three screens and often keep an inspiration pic up on one screen, references on another, and the book on the third.

What are your hopes for the future?

I hope to write more series people love. And I’m seriously so in love with the RH world and the interactive fan base on Facebook. I’d love to eventually write a book where my readers choose what happens next every few chapters.

Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

Write. Then try something different. I started with a YA Fantasy series set in a post-apocalyptic world. I think maybe thirty people have read those novels. But then I created something for a friend who’s an avid reader. And then I genre-hopped again to RH.

Just keep writing. Test out different voices until one clicks. I never thought I’d end up being a writer who was kinda funny when I started. But now, I’m addicted to it. I will reread scenes I’ve written that crack me up endlessly. Life is an experience and writing is the same, sometimes you won’t know what’s right for you until you try it. (Unless it’s escargot. And then it’s never right. Ever.)

Do you have anything to say to your readers?

Thank you! You are amazing. Your support makes me tear up. Your compliments make me glow. You have no idea how much it means to me that you take a chance on my books. I am so thrilled to create things for you.

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Author Rhiannon Lee #interview

Please give a warm welcome to author Rhiannon Lee

Tell us a bit about yourself

I live in West Virginia with my three young adult kiddos, our cat Thales, and my daughter’s rat babies. I’m currently going to college at the same time as two of my kids, which is both crazy and awesome. I’m a huge fantasy and sci-fi addict, and I love music and nature so much. I’m also a weird introvert, with a huge imagination.

Have you always wanted to become an author?

Yes! However, I thought I was terrible at it. It wasn’t until I started college and had a couple professors stop me to tell me I should take it seriously that the gears began turning in my head. At first, I thought I’d just write poetry, because words dance in my head like puzzle pieces, but then I realized that while fifty thousand word plus seems daunting, it’s totally doable. It was a process to get here, but now I can’t imagine not writing.

What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

There is such a duality in human nature, and often what people perceive and good or bad is based on their own perceptions. My Queen Lucy series is a play on that, and all the “what ifs”.

What are you working on now?

I’m working on book three, Hijinks and Demons, in the Queen Lucy series. I’m also almost finished with a new book that will be standalone but belong to a future set of standalones based on a singular dystopian/fantasy universe. There are a couple anthologies I’m writing novellas for, and also an awesome co-writing project that has a Fall release date.

Do you have any quirks while writing?

I have to have a cup of coffee. I don’t have to drink it, I just need it beside me like a lucky charm! Ha Ha!

What are your hopes for the future?

I hope to move more of my time into writing, and of course be able to support myself through my books and work.

Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

Come out of the gate looking professional. Set up your Facebook groups, website, etc. Make it look like you know what you’re doing, even if you don’t. I feel that enables people who love your writing to connect with you right from the start, and that’s important to both you and them.

Do you have anything to say to your readers?

Oh my gosh, yes. Every time I think about a person actually taking the time to read my stories it makes my heart pitter patter with happiness. Out of all the books out there, they chose mine, and I’m beyond honored and humbled. I literally love every single one of you.

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