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Monthly Archives: December 2012

Tamara Hoffa, welcome to Romance Lives Forever. Let’s talk about your book, Heart Of A Soldier.

Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Borough Publishing
Buy links:
Cover artist: Cat Hoffa
Length: 10,000 words
Heat rating: mild sensuality
Blurb:
Soldier Jamison Hunter faces the battle of his life, winning
the heart of Charlotte MacKenzie, windowed mother of a young recruit
What are your main characters’
names, ages, and occupations?
Tamara Hoffa – Charlotte MacKenzie (Charlie) age 36,
Jamison Hunter (Jamie) age 40

Interview with Jamison Hunter

Tell us about yourself.
What are you like?
I’m a soldier, first and foremost; A helicopter pilot, husband,
and father. I think I’m a pretty easy-going man. I love my country and my family.
I like to watch football, sit by a warm fire in the evening and snuggle with my
lady, or sit on the front porch and stargaze while we rock and talk about our day.
What do you think is your
strongest point?
I’m stubborn and single minded, if I want something I never give
up.
Do you have a weakness?
(If so, what do you think it is? What does your lover think it is? What does your
enemy think it is?)
We all have weaknesses. I’m certainly not immune. Pride, I guess
would be the one that comes to mind. Sometimes I let it get in the way of my heart.
What drives you to do
the things you do? What makes you want to be the “good guy?”
Honor. I was raised to believe in honoring your country, your
parents and yourself.
What’s your favorite guilty
pleasure?
Charlie (smirk) and Turtle Cheesecake; I just can’t turn it down.
If you didn’t know how
old you were how old would you be?
I’d be my own age, 40. I’m very happy with where I am in my life.
Everything I’ve been through and seen has made me who I am. I have no desire to
go back and do it over again.
A biography has been written
about you. What do you think the title would be in six words or less?
Heart of a Soldier
If money were not an object,
where would you most like to live?
Hmm… Hawaii.
I’d love to have a view of the ocean, no ice and snow and Charlie in a bikini.
What song would best describe
your life?
God Bless The USA
If you were a tool, what
would people use you to do?
Build houses. Nothing is as important as a home.
Picture yourself as a
store. Considering your personality and lifestyle, what type of products would be
sold there?
Sporting goods.
As a child, what was your
favorite thing about school?
Recess.
Tell us an embarrassing
story that has to do with a pet. If you have no pets, a story about a significant
other will do.
Charlie and I got a puppy for Christmas. A little black lab.
When we first brought him home he was so excited, running all over and then he stopped
and peed on my foot!
If you came with a warning
label, what would it say?
Do not approach before morning coffee.

Please Fill in the Blanks (as Jamison Hunter)

I love pizza with everything.
I’m always ready for action.
When I’m alone, I pogo.
You’d never be able to tell, but I like chick flicks.
If I had a halo it would be red, white, and blue.
If I could sing I’d serenade Charlie.
I can never go spelunking, because I hate tight places.
Tamara Hoffa

About the Author

Tamara Hoffa – Tamara Hoffa lives in central Tennessee, with her husband
of 30 years, her three grown children, two grandchildren, 3 dogs and 2 cats. Tamara
started reading when she was four years old and has rarely been seen without a book
at hand since. At home you will usually find her in “nana’s chair” with
her Kindle, her laptop or one of her precious, precocious grandsons in her lap.
Tamara is a reviewer, a professional reader and can now add author to her repertoire.
Tamara is proof positive that it’s never too late to reach for your dreams.

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Blissful Lies

Jennifer Brown-Thomas, welcome to Romance Lives Forever. Let’s talk about your book, Blissful Lies.

Genre: Drama/Romance/Mystery
Buy links:
Print
eBook
To purchase a signed copy: Email Info@jenniferbrownthomas.com
Publisher: Helm Publishing
Cover artist: Jeff Gerred of SoEg Creative
Cover Model: Ashlee Fowler
Length: 234 pages
Tagline: “Some Lies… Change Everything.”
Blurb:
What are your main characters’ names, ages, and occupations?
Addison Hamilton, 45, Chancellor of Brown-Thomas University and the rock in which everyone else has built their lives around.
Spencer Hamilton, 45, Lawyer.
Blaire Christianson, 34, stay at home mother.
Elizabeth Kensington, 45, Jackson’s mother and Addison’s best friend, charity event organizer.
Jackson Kensington, early 20’s, college senior.
Parker Hamilton, early 20’s, college senior.
Shaley Brodigan, early 20’s, college senior.
Katherine Thompson (Kate), early 20’s, college senior.
Kinsley Abbott, early 20’s, college senior.
Leighton McDowell, early 20’s, college senior.
Kimber Larson, early 20’s, college senior.
Calvin Tucker, 25, bartender and graduate student.

Interview

Tell us about your latest book, including its genre. Does it cross over to other genres? If so, what are they?
Blissful Lies is a character driven novel. It’s different from a lot of what you might read in the sense that it spans over several genres. Romance, Mystery, Thriller and Suspense. I loved creating the characters because they’re all unique in their own ways, all different, but all have one thing in common–how much they adore each other. At least… that’s what they thought.
How do you come up with ideas?
I think about something I might like to read about. I take one single idea and let it morph into something much bigger. I love creating story lines… I create as I go–so you never know what’s going to happen next.
What is the single most important part of writing for you?
Blissful Lies film

Creating a story people want to read and continue reading. I’ve been asked so many times if there will be a Blissful Lies sequel–that tells me people like what they’re reading, which is very important to me.

What is the most important thing you do for your career?
Staying accessible. If anyone wants to talk, email or chat with me–they can. This is by far the most important aspect of maintaining close relationships with fans. Plus, I love it! I enjoy hearing what people think–the good, the bad and the ugly. And I love that they know they can reach me if they wish to.
What do you enjoy most about life?
Being a mommy. I love it. Everything I do is for my daughter and I wouldn’t have it any other way.
Where do you start when writing? Research, plotting, outline, or…?
I do things a little differently than most. When I sit down with a blank page, I have somewhat of an idea of how the story is going to progress–but sometimes it even manages to take me by surprise as I’m creating it. I like to write in the moment, create as I go so people aren’t constantly predicting what might happen.
What did you learn from writing your first book?
The easiest part is the writing. The hardest part is getting it out there and letting people know it’s on the shelves.
Would you consider self publishing?
I don’t know if the self-publishing world is for me. I have considered it and decided on the more traditional route of publishing, though I understand the self-publishing world has been quite beneficial for a lot of my peers.
How many hours a day to you spend writing?
It depends. I’d say an average of six during my downtime. Sometimes the average can be as much as fifteen when I’m working on a project.
If you could give the younger version of yourself advice what would it be?
It gets better! It’s worth it. It won’t be easy, but it will be incredible.
Is your muse demanding?
So demanding! When I have an idea or a project–it’s hard to tear myself away to deal with the day-today things we all have to deal with. But I’m thankful she’s demanding, it keeps me on track.
Are your stories driven by plot or character?

I think a little of both. But definitely more so by character. I love a good character in a novel. Someone you can relate to, someone you envy or can root for. Without strong characters, any plot is just average.

How do you balance a life outside of writing with deadlines and writing muses?
Very carefully! Ha. No, I’ve been doing this long enough to have a good balance going. Being a mom, of course, makes things a little more difficult but way more fun and unpredictable. I generally write at night–sometimes, all night, and this allows me to spend time with my daughter during the day. On the days she’s in her mommy’s day out program, I work during the day as well. Luckily, I have an amazing support system–so if there’s a deadline, it’s not a problem.
If I was a first time reader of your books, which one would you recommend I start with and why?
Blissful Lies is my first published novel. So I think I’d recommend you start there. Vindictive Grounds is coming up–you’ll love it! It’s recently been projected to be the next Fifty Shades of Grey so I’m interested to hear what our readers think.
A biography has been written about you. What do you think the title would be in six words or less?
Young Author Takes On Literary World
If money were not an object, where would you most like to live?
Right where I am. Surrounded by friends and family.
What song would best describe your life?
Ha ha! Chumbawamba’s “I get knocked down.” Or Miley Cyrus’ “The Climb.”
Picture yourself as a store. Considering your personality and lifestyle, what type of products would be sold there?
Couture everything! I love little girls clothing. In fact, my business partner and myself are creating a young girls clothing line called “Kinsley Kouture.” You can read more about it on my website at jenniferbrownthomas.com
Jennifer Thomas

As a child, what was your favorite thing about school?

I loved everything about school, but English was my favorite subject.
If you came with a warning label, what would it say?
Very Demanding. High Maintenance. Workaholic.
Please Fill in the Blanks
I love pizza with cheese… lots of cheese.
I’m always ready for literally anything. You have to be in this business.
When I’m alone, I am working.
You’d never be able to tell, but I’m exhausted 85% of the time.
If I had a halo it would be hot pink and completely blinged out.
If I could take a vacation I’d head to Belize.
I can never completely relax because I’m a mommy.
Books Coming Soon
Vindictive Grounds
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LittleBirdie Who…

The subtitle of this blog article is “It Just Came to Me!”
I’m turning over the blog to Vicki Batman today for her article on inspiration
for books.

“It Just Came to Me!”

I’m always asked where do you get your ideas for stories?
Ideas can be found everywhere–a phrase, a word, a journal post,
a look, something overheard in a restaurant, something spoken on television…lots
of places. Something in my head goes boing! and I scribble it down.
I began writing shorts after critiquing for a friend. I guess
osmosis set in because the next thing I knew, I’d written a whole bunch.
Over the years, I’ve had many stories published in magazines
and thru e-publishers. However one magazine, Woman’s World, has eluded me. It isn’t
because my stuff is awful. Woman’s World receives over two hundred submissions per
week. Some of mine have been commented on; some kept for several months (the longer
the better). And others…they were returned quickly. LOL
So what does an author do with those stories? I’ve published
them for free reads. Expanded into longer stories and then, sold them.
However, when the indie wave intensified, I got a badabing!
idea–why not put several stories together into a small book?
So I did. My baby is born–“Little Birdie Who…and Other
Stories.”
Here’s a tiny blurb from each story in “Little Birdie Who”
and what inspired that story:
“Little Birdie Who”–a new resident helps
her next door neighbor rescue a little bird, but who is the birdie worth keeping?
Handsome and I actually rescued a little bird stuck on a pest
strip in our garage.
“Check Her Out”–Gum: it’s a sticky situation,
especially between a store manager and Auntie Caren when her nephew has to pay for
the package he stole.
I know someone whose son stole gum several times when he was
five. Her rendition (and exasperation) stayed in my head and I just had to tell
the tale.
“This is NOT Working”–Who knew Day One at
a new job would begin so badly and end with possibilities?
Who hasn’t had a horrible day at a new job, but to make it a
first day ramped up the heroine’s awful situation. And someone near and dear said
he forgot to turn on his computer one day, and it nearly drove him crazy.
So if you are sitting in a café, airport lounge, or do something
crazy, you might be overheard by a writer and become an inspiration for the next
bestseller!
Little Birdie Who is COMING SOON!
Twinkle Lights

Available Now:

Twinkle Lights
When the owner of a Christmas tree stand has a heart attack, a do-gooder and a reformed delinquent turned lawyer fall under the holiday spirit and staff the business. The two-some meet the everyday challenges of running the establishment and through their close association, began to care for each other. When the revenue goes missing, fingers are pointed.
Buy link: http://is.gd/9e9Nv7

About the Author

Vicki Batman kicks back with a diet Coke and–hopefully–is weaving
writing magic.

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Some Like it Haute.

Jillian Leigh, welcome to Romance Lives Forever. Let’s talk about
your book, Some Like It Haute. What a great title! Tell us more about it.
Genre: Historical Romance (Regency)
Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group
Cover artist: Boroughs Publishing Group
Length: 10,000 words
Heat rating: Sweet
Tagline: Too haute for comfort? A stylish gentleman meets his
match when he wagers he can make a dowdy spinster the talk of the ton in Regency
England.
Blurb: Stylish leader of the beau monde Sir Richard Sheridan
has managed to avoid most forms of vulgarity for almost thirty years, but one evening,
when he is goaded by a drunken young pup in the middle of a ballroom, Sherry finds
himself embroiled in the most vulgar of wagers: to turn a dowdy young woman into
the talk of the ton. Jane Smith, in town as chaperone to her niece, isn’t interested
in a dandy such as Sir Richard, even if he is the most handsome man she’s ever encountered.
But when he offers to help make her niece’s season a success, how can she refuse
his company? Soon, they discover that they are–despite appearances to the contrary–
more evenly matched than either could have imagined.
What are your main
characters’ names, ages, and occupations?
Sir Richard Sheridan,
known to the world as Sherry, is almost 30. He’s a Regency gentleman, so
naturally he does as little as possible.
Jane Smith is about
the same age, though it’s impolite to speculate about a lady’s age. Suffice to
say she’s old enough to play chaperone to her young niece in London society.

Interview

Tell us about your latest book, including its genre. Does
it cross over to other genres? If so, what are they?
Some Like It Haute is an historical Romance, set during the period
of English history known as the Regency. It’s my take on traditional Regency. I
hope I’ve captured some of the elegance and wit that this kind of historical is
noted for.
How do you come up with ideas?
Ideas come from all sorts of places. Sometimes I’ll see a scene
in my head. I don’t know exactly who these people are or what they’re doing there,
precisely, but it’s fun to find out. Or I might start with a premise: a what if?
Movies and books often start little ‘fires’ in my brain. Not all my ideas are suitable
for turning into stories, though, or they may need to be tweaked and refined a bit
first. Occasionally I’ll get a kernel of an idea that ends up sounding almost unrecognizable
by the time I’ve finished with it. But that’s writing for you.
What do you enjoy most about writing?
As Dorothy Parker famously said, “I hate writing. I love having
written.” While I don’t hate writing–or I probably wouldn’t do it–it’s hard work.
Once the draft is written, though, it’s fun to edit, revise, shudder at what’s on
the page, then come back and realize it’s not so awful after all. Even though reading
your own work can be a humbling experience, occasionally you come across a bit of
dialogue or a scene that you almost forgot you wrote–and it’s not bad!
Where do you start when writing? Research, plotting, outline,
or…?
A great deal depends upon what sort of idea has possessed my
mind. I do try not to do a lot of research before I start, because it can become
a distraction. So I either look up something as I need to, or make a note to come
back later (as long as an important plot point doesn’t hinge on knowing the answer).
Generally, I try to start with a vague but almost coherent outline. I used to think
I was a plotter, someone who needed to dot the ‘I’s and cross the ‘T’s before starting
to write. Somewhere along the way, I came to the conclusion that I was either too
lazy or too impatient to be a dedicated plotter. So then I decided I must be a pantser,
who wanted to launch into things and work out the finer points later. Now I realize
that I’m somewhere in between. I do need some sort of plot to work with, but writing
outlines and character sheets just makes me grumpy. Does that mean I’m a plantser?
If you could give the younger version of yourself advice what
would it be?
I would tell young me to ‘go for it’–not worry so much about
what I should be doing and do all the things I want to do, no matter how wild or
improbable they may seem at the time. I’d tell myself that your regrets tend to
be about what you wished you’d done, rather than the things you did do. I would
also tell young me to start writing sooner.
What do you hope readers take with them after reading your
work?
I would love to think that readers are transported to another
world for a little while, so much so that they forget their everyday existence and
go along for an entertaining and amusing ride.
List two authors we would find you reading when taking a break
from your own writing.
If I had to choose two only, I suppose I’d have to include Jane
Austen and Georgette Heyer. But if I could mention more than two–which I’m going
to do blatantly and unapologetically now–I would want to include writers such as
Dickens and Trollope. In the genre of historical Romance I enjoy, amongst others,
the fabulous Julia Quinn and Tessa Dare.
A biography has been written about you. What do you think
the title would be in six words or less?
She was a good girl, but…
If money were not an object, where would you most like to
live?
I’ve often thought, being an Anglophile and a history buff, that
I’d love to live in the UK. In some picturesque English hamlet, no doubt. I’d grow
a cottage garden and visit all the places I’ve mostly read about. But then I think
of how cold it would get and suddenly I’m thankful I live in Australia, where it’s
warm (no, make that hot). Actually, I’d love to have residences all over the world,
like Summer and Winter Palaces, that I could drop in on from time to time as the
mood took me. A girl can dream!
Picture yourself as a store. Considering your personality
and lifestyle, what type of products would be sold there?
My store is a cross between an elegant department store and something
out of a Dickens novel. You’d find an eclectic mix of old and new. In one corner,
you can try on the latest fashions, gorgeous shoes, sample makeup and perfume. In
another, you’ll wade through old collectibles and antiques. In a third corner of
the store, you’ll find books and DVDs. People will be dancing, performing live theater
and having debates. Of course there would be a café where you can enjoy a cup of
something and a great pastry. I don’t know whether my store would make any money,
but it would be a fun place to browse.
If you came with a warning label, what would it say?
Keep Her Fed and Watered Properly

Please Fill in the Blanks

Jillian Leigh
I love
pizza with almost anything except olives.
I’m always
ready for a good laugh or a great conversation.
When I’m
alone, I daydream.
You’d
never be able to tell, but I can swear with the best of them.
If I had a halo it would be chipped, dented and slightly
crooked, but basically intact
.
If I could
go back in time I’d visit the 19th century (of course).
I can
never read a map properly because I’m spatially challenged.

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On Par with a Fairy.

Lyla Bardan, welcome to Romance Lives Forever. Let’s talk about
your book, On Par with a Fairy.

Genre: Fantasy Romance
Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group
Buy links:
Cover artist: Boroughs Publishing Group, artwork by Julie Fain
Length: 11,750 words
Heat rating: Sweet
Tagline: Young love with a fantasy twist.
Blurb: When sixteen-year-old Travis meets enchanting Fairy Lark,
legend speaks of a fated union, but his parents disagree. Can Fairy legend prove
stronger than parents, prejudice, and the inevitable parting that must come with
summer’s end?
What are your main characters’ names, ages, and occupations?
Travis Cho, age 16, high-achieving student and member of golf
team.
Lark (no last name because she’s a Fairy), true age unknown but
approximately 16 as a human
Mr. Cho, Travis’s father, doctor and social climber.
Mrs. Cho, Travis’s mother, wise housewife.
Brandon Cho, Travis’s brother, age 11, pest.

Interview

Tell us about your latest book, including its genre. Does
it cross over to other genres? If so, what are they?
On Par with a Fairy is a light-hearted, sweet romance
between Travis, a 16-year-old boy and Lark, a Fairy who changes to human on the
belief she is fated to be with him because he can see her as a Fairy. The book is
a young adult, fantasy romance.
How do you come up with ideas?
Most of my story ideas come from dreams, particularly the dreams
I have just as I fall asleep. I’m a lucid dreamer. I also get character ideas from
observing people I meet.
Where do you start when writing? Research, plotting, outline,
or…?
Depends on the work. Sometimes, I start only with an idea and
simply start writing, allowing the characters to guide me on their journey. This
is the most exciting for me since I have no idea what happens next in the story
until the characters tweeze it from my typing fingers. Of course, sometimes, the
characters refuse to talk and I am left hanging. Often, I put such stories away
to be revisited at a time with said characters might be more cooperative.
With other works, I dream the plot over several nights and write
down everything I can remember. I have two novels waiting to be written where I
have many pages of typed notes. I can’t wait to start on those.
How many hours a day do you spend writing?
Do you mean, like, continuous hours?
Well, since I decided I really, really wanted to be a writer,
I’ve worked on my craft every day–sometimes writing, sometimes editing, sometimes
reading. Oftentimes, checking Facebook.
If you could give the younger version of yourself advice what
would it be?
Don’t eat so many donuts. Oh, and you shouldn’t have given up
on that novel you wrote in college. They have something called Paranormal Romance
now. Would have been a good fit.
What are some jobs you’ve done that would end up in a book?
Just out of high school, I worked at a Fannie May chocolate store.
We were told to sample the candies so we could describe them to customers. I found
it required many, many trays of candies to truly understand the product I was selling,
particularly caramel bon-bons. In fact, I did mention caramel bon-bons in a paranormal
novel I wrote.
I have a master’s in Environmental Science and was an associate
research scientist at a university. And for twelve years I was a wildlife rehabilitator,
caring for injured and orphaned wild birds (note: Chimney Swifts are very
difficult to feed but they enjoy clinging to you and thus make great broaches).
I do touch upon areas of animal behavior in several of my works.
What do you hope readers take with them after reading your
work?
Not antacids, I hope. I’d like readers to remember you can love
someone who doesn’t look like you, who doesn’t talk like you, who isn’t part of
your “group.”
List two authors we would find you reading when taking a break
from your own writing.
Two young adult books I’ve read recently that blew me away are
Graceling, by Kristin Cashore, and Night of the Purple Moon, by Scott Cramer. I
also read a ton of adult paranormal books and have several favorite authors. Right
now, I’m digging G.A. Aiken’s dragon series.
Picture yourself as a store. Considering your personality
and lifestyle, what type of products would be sold there?
Anything and everything to do with safety. I think I am a very
cautious person and have been known to accost total strangers for doing something
I thought was dangerous (like not having a lid on their hot coffee). So, life jackets,
yes, lots of life jackets. And maybe brownies.
Do you play any online, board, or role-playing games? Which
ones?
I used to play Warlords. Yes, deep down inside, past my cautious
exterior, I’m an aggressive leader bent on world domination. But it hurt my feelings
to be slaughtered online.
Tell us an embarrassing story that has to do with a pet. If
you have no pets, a story about a significant other will do.
When I was a kid, my mother was a cat breeder…and um, yes,
I took pictures.
If you came with a warning label, what would it say?
She laughs LOUD. And a lot. And sometimes snorts.
Lyla Bardan

Please Fill in the Blanks

I love pizza with bacon, mushrooms, and onions.
I’m always ready for a massage.
When I’m alone, I sing and dance (then again, I do that when
I’m not alone)
.
You’d never be able to tell, but sometimes I act my age.
If I had a halo it would be made
of plastic
.
If I could rescue every dog needing a home, I would.
I can never dance the Macarena because I always forget
the silly moves
.

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Death’s Storm.

 

Lia Davis, welcome to Romance Lives Forever. Let’s talk about
your book, Death’s Storm.
Genre: paranormal romance
Publisher: Fated Desires Publishing
Buy links:
Barnes and Noble http://is.gd/SD0Qwd
Cover artist: Fated Desires Graphic Design
Length: 42,000
Heat rating: erotic
Tagline: She’s an elemental witch who plays by her own rules.
He’s the guardian who will tame her inner beast.
Blurb:
Technical genius and demi-goddess–aka Divinity–Khloe Bradenton
relies on no one for help, and she definitely doesn’t need comfort from anyone other
than her twin. After her parents died by the demons’ hands over two years ago, she
has graciously stepped up to her place in the war between demons and witches. When
a creature far more dangerous than the ones responsible for killing her parents
claims he is her guardian, she is torn between her desires for the dark predator
and the painful loss she has endured at the hands of her enemies.
One of the last death demons still in existence, Jagger has pledged
his life to the Goddess Hecate. Charged with the guardianship over the Divinities,
he is never to approach them, but to aid them from a distance. When the firestorm,
Khloe, sacrifices herself to save her twin and best friend and becomes the prey,
he has no choice but to reveal himself to her. He is taken by surprise when the
need to claim her as his own emerges. A desire he has never felt before could be
more dangerous than the demons out to destroy them.
What are your main characters’ names, ages, and occupations?
Khloe Bradenton, age 32, Graphic and web designer by day, demon
hunting Divinity by night
Jagger, age? Old, death demon and guardian of the Divinities
How did you get your start in the industry?
It just happened. I’ve always loved creative writing, but it
wasn’t until I started reading paranormal romance about four years ago that I began
to believe I could write one myself. I did some research, joined RWA, started writing
and joined a critique group.
What do you enjoy most about life?
Being a wife to my real life romance hero. And each sunrise and
sunset.
Do you have a muse? Describe this person, please.
Yes. My muse isn’t a physical person. She’s the creative half
of me. She’s a little nuts and suffers from ADD. LOL
What does “balance” mean to you as a writer?
Plotting, chapter outlines that don’t have too much details,
and coffee!
I have a degree in business accounting and current work full
time in the accounting department of a software company. So I the things I listed
above is how I balance my analytical half with my creative half.
Do things your family or friends do ever end up in a book?
About 90% of my characters are completely made up. There are
some personality traits that I might take from two or more people and blend them
into one character. Sometimes I’ll add in a phrase I heard my kids say.
What kind of books do you read when taking a break from your
own writing?
Paranormal romance is my top pick. Put I also enjoy historical
romance and a few urban fantasies.
What was the proudest moment of your life so far?
The birth of my children will always be my proudest. My first
book release takes second place.
What good book have you read recently?
Right now I’m catching up on Nalini Singh’s psy-changeling series.
Love this series!
What do you like to do when you’re bored?
I really don’t have time to get bored. But I either read, write,
or hang with my hubby.

Fill in the Blanks

I love pizza with pepperoni.
I’m always ready for a good book.
When I’m alone, I write.
You’d never be able to tell, but I’m shy.
If I had a halo it would be held
up by horns.
If I could teleport I’d increase my writing time by
2 hours a day.
I can never speak in public because it scares the hell
out me.

Previous Books

Ravished Before Sunrise, A 1Night Story
Forgotten Visions, The Divinities, book 1

Books Coming Soon

Winter Eve, Ashwood Falls prequel ~ Dec 2012
A Tiger’s Claim, Ashwood Falls, book 1 ~ April 2013
The Dark Divine, The Divinities, book 3 ~ June 2013

Contest

A swag pack to two randomly chosen commenters

About the Author

Lia Davis is a mother to two young adults and two very special
kitties, a wife to her soul mate, a paranormal romance author, graphic designer,
and co-owner to Fated Desires Publishing, LLC. She and her family live in Northeast
Florida battling hurricanes and very humid summers. But it’s her home and she loves
it!
An accounting major, Lia has always been a dreamer with a very
activity imagination. The wheels in her head never stop. She ventured into the world
of writing and publishing in 2008 and loves it more than she imagined. Writing and
designing are stress relievers that allow her to go off in her corner of the house
and enter into another world that she created, leaving real life where it belongs.
Her favorite things are spending time with family, traveling,
reading, writing, chocolate, coffee, nature and hanging out with her kitties.

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