Finding Zoe 
Diane Saxon, welcome back to Romance Lives Forever. Let’s talk about
your book, Finding Zoe, Book #3 in your Atlantic Divide Series. 
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Liquid Silver Books
Cover artist: Lyn Taylor
Length: 50,000 words
Heat rating: Spicy
Returning to England after eleven years, Cormack
Blunt stumbles across the woman who he thought was lost to him forever. The woman
he had never forgotten. And he realizes that the sweet young girl he once knew has
managed to keep a secret from him.
Zoe Chance can’t believe that the young
man she loved eleven years before, now a famous movie star and action hero, has
turned up out of the blue and wants answers. Not only that, he wants her son too.
Forced to confront him, she realizes
that it isn’t a fight to keep her son that causes the problem but the fight to keep
her own heart.
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What are your main characters’ names, ages, and occupations?
Cormack Blunt/Mac Swann — Age 32, He’s the same guy, Movie Star name and real name; Black Hair, Brown Eyes; Action Hero Movie Star
Zoe Chance — Age 28, Red Hair, Strange Green Eyes; Veterinary Surgeon


Which character in your current book do you think readers
will like the most? Why?
Mac. Definitely Mac.
He was introduced in my very first story, which I never had published. I absolutely
loved him and he kept working his way into my mind, but it wasn’t until I wrote
Bad Girl Bill that I realized what Mac wanted to do. He is so human and vulnerable
even though he’s a tough, gorgeous action hero movie star. And he makes me laugh.
Why do you write?
Because for years I’ve
had characters in my mind who weave stories and sometimes don’t let me sleep, so
I started to let them have their say.
When you write, what things do you want close at hand? (Coffee,
water, chocolate… pictures of gorgeous hunks for inspiration…?)
Coffee. Coffee. Eeeks
– coffee.
I hide the chocolate
away. That’s for when I finish writing as a reward.
Pictures of gorgeous
hunks don’t really inspire me, they might give me a little thrill when someone posts
them on my FB, but my heroes are already in my mind.
When you’re not writing, what would we find you doing?
I never stop. I’m a busy
person, but I love everything I do (apart from ironing)
When I’m not walking
my dog, feeding chickens, kittens, and a big ginger cat,
you’ll find me in the
kitchen baking, making jams, chutneys and cooking or in the garden, presently picking
damsons, and apples. We’ve had a bumper crop this year, hence all the jam making
But there is nothing
better than settling down at the end of the day with a good book and a glass of
red wine.
Are you a plotter, or do you prefer to make it up on the spur
of the moment?
I find this a difficult
question, because I had no idea, until I sent my first book to the publishers that
I was supposed to plot.
Plot, you say?
People asked me, do you
have a story board, sticky notes all over the wall? And I panicked and thought –
“I’m doing it wrong – how do I put this right?” I ran around like the
proverbial headless chicken until I realized I do plot. I develop a story in my
head and instead of writing copious notes and confusing myself with little bits
of paper, I tend to sit and write the entire skeleton of the story in one go. Then
I pad it out, add layers.
I take my Dalmatian for
a couple of hours walk each day, and normally come back with a scene in my mind
which I try to get down straight away.
Any advice for new authors?
Love what you do, and be BRAVE. Submit your manuscript. I have
heard of so many authors who have completed manuscripts and are too scared to send
them. Do it, take the chance.
What aspect of your life do you write into your books?
Humour. I laugh so much
and real life is very funny.

Previous Books

Loving Lydia,
Atlantic Divide Series, Book 1
Bad Girl Bill, Atlantic Divide Series, Book 2

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