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Dream Student 

Dream Student (Dream Series, book one)

Genre Paranormal Romance/Suspense
Author Name J.J. DiBenedetto
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): PG
What would you do if you could see other people’s dreams? If
you could watch their hidden fantasies and uncover their deepest, darkest secrets…without
them ever knowing?
Sara Barnes is about to find out. She thought that all she had
to worry about was final exams, Christmas shopping and deciding whether she likes
the cute freshman in the next dorm who’s got a crush on her.
But when she starts seeing dreams that aren’t hers, she learns
more than she ever wanted to know about her friends, her classmates…and a strange,
terrifying man whose dreams could get Sara killed.
“Dream Student” is the thrilling first installment
of the Dreams series.

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Interview with Sara Barnes

Tell us about yourself,
please.
I guess I should start with my name. I’m Sara Barnes. I’m twenty-one
years old, as of last month. I’m in my junior year of college, at Crewe University.
I’m in the pre-med program – I’ve wanted to be a doctor for years – as long as I
can remember.
Most people would probably say I’m kind of shy. They might even
say I’m a nerd, although I dispute that. Yes, I like studying – what’s so weird
about that? Biology is fun, and so is chemistry. What’s not to like?
I have one brother, Bob, who’s three years younger than me, and
he’s also a huge pain in the rear end. I have a best friend – my roommate, Beth
– who might as well be a sister. I’m not jealous at all of her, even though she’s
tall and has perfect blonde hair and all of that, and I’m nothing like that.
What is it that you want,
but cannot have? Authors call this the conflict of the story.
I want my weird dreams to stop. I’ve been seeing other people’s
dreams for a month- I don’t know why it started, or why I can even do it in the
first place, but I wish it would just stop already.
What’s your internal limitation?
Meaning, what is it about you that makes it so you cannot do what it is you need
to do during this story?
I’m not always great at navigating relationships and “reading
between the lines” with what other people say and do. I can be pretty slow
sometimes, when it comes to that.
What inner doubt causes
you the most difficulty?
I’m terrified of not being able to live up to my responsibilities.
I know I’m having these dreams for a reason – I’m the one who has to deal with them.
I’m the only one who knows what’s going on in them, and what if I’m wrong about
what I see, or what I think it means? People could die, and it would be my fault.
What’s your external complication?
In the story world your author created, explain what it is you fear most.
It has to do with the dreams. There’s a man who’s – I don’t even
want to say it out loud, what he’s doing in the dreams. He takes girls, teenage
girls, and – I’ll leave it to your imagination. But it’s real, too. I’ve seen two
of the girls in the newspaper, their pictures, and their – their obituaries. And
they were in my dreams.
I’m the only one who knows what’s going on, or who’s doing all
this, and that means I have to stop him. And that scares me to death.
Tell us about your significant
other, that person who makes living worthwhile.
Oh, God. I love Brian so much. I’ve only known him a month, but
it’s like we’ve been together all our lives. I never believed in love at first sight,
or soulmates, or any of that, but I was wrong, because I’ve experienced that with
him.
He’s younger than me – just a freshman. But he’s so strong, so
supportive of me. And he’s just beautiful – he has the most browny brown eyes I’ve
ever seen.
What would that person
say about you?
Can I not be modest for a minute? He’d say that I’m his soulmate,
just like he’s mine. He’d say that I brought him out of his shell, and made his
life worth living. And – even though it’s not true, it still IS true, because he
believes it – he’d say I’m beautiful, too.
What is your family like?
My parents are wonderful – they’ve always given me plenty of
responsibility and trusted me. And they’re totally in love, even after twenty-some
years – I can see it. They’re pretty young, too – Dad’s only 44 years old, and Mom
is 45.
I already mentioned my brother, Bob, so I don’t need to say anything
more about him. I’ve only got one grandparent – Mom’s mother, Grandma Lucy. And
there’s my godmother, Kat – she’s not related, but she’s still family.
What special skills do
you rely on?
Besides the dreams? Just my brains, I guess. It’s not bragging
– I am pretty smart. That makes up for my total lack of athletic, artistic and musical
skill.
If someone from your past
showed up, who would you NOT want it to be, and why?
Richard – my boyfriend back in high school. I lost my – well,
you can figure that out for yourself. It was the worst – God, I hated myself so
much after that night. I only ever spoke to him once more, to break up with him.
Are you happy with the
way your story ended? Why or why not?
Yes – I got through it in one piece (well, except for a broken
leg!), I’m probably going to have my choice of medical schools to go to, and I found
my Brian. AND, I have a feeling that before too long, he’s going to ask me to marry
him! What more could I ask for?

About the Writer

Why did you choose to
write about this character?
Sara pretty much emerged at the same time as the initial story
idea. I wanted to come up with an explanation for why a civilian/amateur would find
themselves pursuing a killer, rather than the police. That’s where the dreams came
from – if you could see other people’s dreams, what if you saw a crime? You’d be
the only witness, but it’s not something you could bring to the police or anyone
else. You’d have to investigate yourself, if you wanted to stop it.
And Sara just was there – right from the start, she was always
the person having the dreams.
Why do you write?
Because I love these characters – not just Sara, but her family
and friends, too. They’re very real to me, and I want to get their stories down.
If readers enjoy them, too, I’m thrilled.
What other character from
this book do you want to write about? Care to tell us why?
I definitely want to give Sara’s best friend, Beth, a story of
her own. She’s been a supporting character for going on seven books now, and she
deserves her turn in the spotlight!
Are any sequels planned
for this book?
I’ve already written five sequels, and I’m working on number
six right now. I think there’ll be probably ten books in all before I’m finished.
Is there anything you’d
like to say to your readers?
Really, there’s only one thing: THANK YOU!

Author Bio

J.J. (James) DiBenedetto was born in Yonkers, New York.
He attended Case Western Reserve University,
where as his classmates can attest, he was a complete nerd. Very little has changed
since then.
He currently lives in Arlington,
Virginia with his beautiful wife and
their cat (who has thoroughly trained them both). When he’s not writing, James works
in the direct marketing field, enjoys the opera, photography and the New York Giants,
among other interests.
The “Dreams” series is James’ first published work.

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Ghost Lover 
Author Liza O’Connor
Genre Contemporary Romance with a touch of paranormal
Two sexy English brothers. One irresistible ghost. Who would
you choose as your lover?
Completely broke and with a criminal record to boot, Senna Smith
is one day from eviction from her apartment when Brendon, her promiscuous roommate
from London, suggests she go to England, marry him, and manage his fortune. With
few other options, she agrees to an open marriage. But she’ll never, ever, have
sex with him, knowing if she falls in love with him, he’ll break her heart.
As trustee of Brendon’s family fortune, there is no way Brendon’s
older brother, Garrison Durran, is going to let him marry a self-professed American
gold-digger. As Senna tries to embrace castle life and English society for Brendon’s
sake, Gar discovers Senna is the perfect woman for him–beautiful and intelligent,
kind and caring. Now, if she wasn’t already engaged to his brother…
The ancestral ghost of Durran Castle
has to intervene if the Durran brothers have any chance of an heir. He can’t leave
them to fix matters on their own. They are useless buggers when it comes to love.
As counselor to Gar, matchmaker for Brendon, and lover to Senna, a ghost’s work
is never done.
Allergy warning: Ghost cat in book.

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Blog and Website http://www.lizaoconnor.com/
Curse of the Fae King 
“Just call me Ishmael”
Well… actually, I prefer Kryssie Fortune, but I’m sure you
recognized the opening sentence from Moby Dick. So why am I talking about whales
when I want to tell you about my new book Curse of the Fae King? Because the story
starts in Whitby.
Still no wiser?
Let me explain. Whitby was once
one of Britain’s
biggest whaling towns. Now, thanks to its Dracula connections, it’s the Goth Capital
of the World. This quaint Yorkshire town, has a
rich history replete with Celtic princesses, dark-age church synods, Viking slavers,
and…wait for it…whalers. Meena–named after the heroine in Bram Stoker’s book
–wants to show you around.

Meena’s Whitby
Tour

Hi. I didn’t
want to love Whitby,
but when the Witch Council banished me from the otherworld, I found my spiritual
home. It’s got Goth links, and a quayside Dracula Experience, but most of all it’s
got the abbey. That’s where I first met my Leo, but back then he was all arrogance
and pride–a warrior to the core. He thought all he had to do was crook his finger
in my direction and I’d let him into my panties. He really didn’t like it when I
told him no. Okay, it was hard, since with his smooth voice, bullwhip, and rapier
he’s the sexiest thing ever.
Church Steps
Leo even thought I’d tried to poach
his newly hatched war dragon. I didn’t, of course, but the poor thing was lost and
hungry so I fed him my cheese sandwich. Is it my fault they bond with whoever feeds
them first?
Leo should have taken better care
of him in the first place. He hated the name I chose for our dragon too, but he
wanted something menacing like Dreadnought or Valiant, but my name stuck. What is
it? Not telling. You’ll have read Kryssie’s book to find out. Meanwhile, here’s
a photograph of the abbey. It’s always peaceful–and windy–up there.
After Leo left me–freaking left me
when I wanted him so badly–in the grounds, I’d no option but head off back to my
mother’s herb farm. Have you seen the Church Stairs? There’s 199 of them, but going
down’s okay. Going up’s a chore. Back in the olden days pallbearers had a specially
created resting place half way up. The locals didn’t want anyone having a heart
attack before the funeral. I know it’s flippant, but one corpse at a time please.
Leo–King Leonidas of the Fae to you–just glowered at me. Perhaps I shouldn’t have
said that.
Ship in harbor 
Anyway, the Goth shop where I used
to work is on the other bank of the river, right across the Edwardian swing bridge.
It only opens at high tide but it brings the town to a standstill. The tourists
love it. Us locals, not so much.
I dropped in at the Goth shop recently,
and they’ve still got that yappy Yorkshire terrier. I once thought that bad tempered
dog might be my familiar, but I’m really glad he’s not. So, who is? Again I’m not
telling. Leo says that’s classified information, but anyone who sees me at work
has a whopping great clue.
Apparently Maggie, the Goth shop’s
owner, has forgiven me for telling that witch wannabe that working sky clad out
on the moors was just plain dumb. How was I to know her and her giggly friends were
more exhibitionists than witches? Although, what with being naked and all–they
were more likely to get goosebumps than work magic. Those Yorkshire
moors are cold.
Maggie even offered me my old job
back, but I’ve got a new role now, and Leo makes sure I get enough rest between
working. Well, he insists we go to bed early, but that’s not the same thing at all…if
you get my drift.
That’s all my special places, but
since Kryssie started with whales, I’ll finish with
Castle ruins

whalebones.

So strong is Whitby’s
whaling tradition that the Inuit Indians gifted Whitby with a mammoth set of whalebones. One hundred
years later, in 1963 they sent a new set, along with the then Miss Alaska who ceremonially presented
them to the town. Gosh, I’ve not even started on Captain Cook, but I thought you
might like to see this scaled down version of his ship, the Endeavour.
Right, got to dash. The Elf Overlord’s
expected at the Fae court anytime soon, but he’s not in my good books right now.
Elves treat their women dreadfully, as I found out first hand. What with their lies,
deceits, and their turn-you-into-a-nymphomaniac sex potion. Later, I’ve got something
special…and very private…planned with Leo. I’m not saying what, but it involves
Lipstick.
See you later.
****
Whalebone arch
Curse of the Fae King has history, a seemingly impossible romance,
misogynistic elves, and a newly hatched dragon who is up for any mischief. Throw
in the worst carnivorous plant infestation you can imagine, a witch, a vampire–and
of course, the Fae king–and Meena’s about to learn so many secrets she can barely
keep up. And did I mention scorching hot sex? That makes it in there too.

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Acknowledgments
Thanks to Dar Albert for her sensational
cover..
Thanks to Petr Kratochvil for
the use of his public domain photo. For more of his work check out http://tinyurl.com/nhu3buq

All other photographs are by Kryssie
Fortune.
Denyse’ Bridger
A few years ago I released a book called Royal Consort. It was
a fun title, and combined my love of fantasy with my love of romance with an erotic
touch. Somehow, I never found the right publisher for the book, and it just sort
of died. Back in January, I requested return of the book, and it has since undergone
a major revision to become book one in a trilogy. The Triad of PowerFirst Quest
was released December 22, 2013. I’m really enjoying this story now that’s it’s been
revised and edited, and leading to two more adventures. I hope you enjoy a peek
at it, too!

Triad of Power: First Quest

During the time before the Great Forbidding was created, it was
believed the defiance of the Renegades could be contained. To that end, the Council
of Power called upon their Ancient Gods for assistance. In response, the Gods ordered
creation of the Triad of Power–three swords, each one imbued with the essence of
a gift unique to those who would wield the weapons as the Guardians of Foress. Like
all magic, each crafted blade contained the driving sorcery of its creator–not all
wizards are immune to the weaknesses of men, and within the Triad, conflict itself
was bred without conscious intent or knowledge. So begins the legend, and the epic
fantasy of the Triad of Power.

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A Hunter’s Passion 
Gwen Knight, welcome to Romance Lives Forever. Let’s talk
about your book, A Hunter’s Passion.
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Publisher: Harlequin
Cover artist: Harlequin
Length: 55 pages
Ryker Bennett has dedicated his life to hunting down–and
eliminating–creatures of the dark. But his latest assignment has him
questioning everything he’s ever believed in. Jenna Sinclair may be a witch,
but she’s also the only woman Ryker has ever loved.
Jenna thought leaving Ryker two years ago would save him
from having to choose between their forbidden love and his sworn duty. But when
he tracks her down, it’s clear the desire between them burns as hot as
ever–and that they’ll have to walk through the flames to be together….
What are your main characters’ names, ages, and occupations?

Jenna Sinclair is a 25 year old librarian and witch. Ryker
Bennett is 27 and a paranormal hunter.

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Interview

What inspired you to write
this book?
Ryker was the inspiration behind this book. I had this image
in my head of a phone ringing and when he leaned over to check, it had a name on
the screen. That name was Jenna’s, a former lover of his. I knew his duty would
be to track her down and eliminate her, and from there it simply spiraled into this
rich universe that I can’t wait to expand on.
Which character in your
current book do you think readers will like the most? Why?
I think the readers will like Ryker the most. He’s a man that
is about to forswear his duty for a woman that abandoned him. Like all of us, he
needs to deal with his emotions and decide for himself what is right and wrong.
Why do you write?
I’ve always loved telling stories. I love creating lush universes
that enrapture the reader. To see them become so connected to something of your
creation is amazing.
Who has helped you the
most in your career as an author?
My husband has helped me the most. I’ve known him since I was
13 and he’s been with me every step of the way.
When you write, what things
do you want close at hand? (Coffee, water, chocolate… pictures of gorgeous hunks
for inspiration…?)
Candy, oddly enough. Need a little sugary inspiration.
When you’re not writing,
what would we find you doing?
Depends on the season. I live in northern Canada, so the weather makes a difference.
In the summers we spend our time rafting, camping, and hiking. In the winter, I
love to crochet (need scarves and hats to keep warm!). And of course reading is
a year round hobby.
Are you a plotter, or
do you prefer to make it up on the spur of the moment?
I think I’m a little of both. For me, it usually begins as one
scene or one specific image that I can’t get out of my head and then I fill in the
blanks from there when writing. Recently, I’ve begun to put together chapter layouts,
if only for a little organization.
What’s your writing schedule
like?
I tend to feel more creative in the morning before work when
I’m fresh-faced. My dreams are often inspiration for me, so I like to get it down
before I forget. Usually before bed, I’ll crank out a few pages as well. I’ve been
known to jot some things down while on break at work too.
What other jobs have you
held besides writing?
I’ve done retail while getting through school. After graduation,
I’ve worked in the field of archaeology, and currently, I am a mapping technician.
What’s the best gift you
ever received?
Just this Christmas I received a set of focus crystals. I’d been
having trouble focusing on my writing and I just thought it was an incredibly insightful
gift.
What kind of music do
you listen to while driving? Same question when writing?
While driving I need to listen to upbeat music. Anything that
I can bebop to while singing at the top of my lungs (my poor husband!). As for writing,
I need instrumental music. My playlists for that range from Epic Score to Yiruma.
Do you play any musical
instruments?
Growing up I played the saxophone. Whether or not I could do
so again, I haven’t a clue.
What’s your favorite movie?
Gwen Knight
Oh boy. This one is going to be a touch embarrassing. I’m a Disney
fanatic. I watch them before bed most nights. And my favorite is Aladdin.
Are you the eldest, middle,
baby, or only child?
I’m the baby with an older brother by 2.5 years.

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Valentine’s Wishes 
Title Valentine Wishes
Genre Fantasy Romance
Author Name Daisy Banks
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
Full of good intentions the novice fairy Poppy grants her first
big wish at a Valentine’s Day party. The wish to bring her mortals love is powerful
but misses its target and lands in the party punch. All three of her sweet mortal
girls take just a sip and each one falls for the wrong man. There hasn’t been a
fairy disaster this bad in centuries and Poppy has no idea how to put things right.
Add to the catastrophe the arrival of Cedar Heartwood, the fairy of her dreams,
who drinks the punch too, and Poppy’s dilemma grows. Cedar loves her in ways she’s
only dreamed about. Should she take back the wish from both the mortals and the
fairy she adores? She must step with care or lose everything.

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Interview with the fairy Poppy from Valentine Wishes.

What is it that you want,
but cannot have? Authors call this the conflict of the story.
At the beginning of the story there are two things I want most.
One is to help my mortals, so I will have good things to tell from my fly about
when I go back to the fairy court. The other thing, the most important thing, is
a secret only I know. I want Cedar Heartwood all to myself. I adore him. I left
the fairy court to try to get over him, but even after so long away; he is still
the fairy of my dreams. He is gorgeous, I mean it, and you would faint if you saw
him. Well, yes, I expect you would, as he is a fairy with fabulous wings.
While I lived at the fairy court, I wanted him so much I used
to get stomachache. Whenever I saw him I used to go all dizzy, tongue-tied and…
Well, you get the idea. Doing fly about was hard but I found my three girls and
they are great fun, despite all that, I still want Cedar.
What’s your internal limitation?
Meaning, what is it about you that makes it so you cannot do what it is you need
to do during this story?
The odd thing is, as a fairy all I need to do is grant wishes,
it’s my job. My girls aren’t very good at asking though, they just don’t say the
‘I wish’ words. I help them with little wishes like keeping the oven clean, but
big wishes are different.
There are lots of things I try to do, but mostly my problem is
I’m ever so clumsy. I don’t mean to be, but I am. I bump into things or drop things
all the time. I don’t think I’m very clever either. Other fairies seem to know a
lot more than me. They used to laugh at me all the time when I was at the court.
Daisy, my writer, she did her best, poor girl, but even she couldn’t make me get
the big wish right.
What inner doubt causes
you the most difficulty?
I suppose the problem is caused by me not trusting myself to
grant wishes properly. I have to say it is very hard to trust yourself with something
as special as a love wish when your track record with magic is like mine. Please,
don’t laugh.
How would you feel if you turned your brother blue? The color
wouldn’t wash off and I had to look at him for days while it faded. He looked awful
and so many other fairies laughing didn’t help at all. Even worse than a blue Yew,
when the girls…Oh my, I can’t bear to think about it. I won’t tell you any more
about the bad things. I try not to think of them.
What’s your external complication?
In the story world your author created, explain what it is you fear most.
At the beginning of the story, I was very frightened that if
I went back to the fairy court and I didn’t have some good news about helping my
mortals, I could be banished to a Christmas tree for years. I can’t tell you how
horrible it would be to have to spend most of the year in a box, and then when someone
gets you out and dusts you off they shove prickly pine twigs up the back of your
skirt. What a nightmare!
By the end of the story, my fears became very different. You’d
be astonished how something so simple can be very special and change everything
in the whole world. I’m not going to say too much about this or Daisy will be cross.
People will want to read the story to find out.
There Daisy, I remembered.
Tell us about your significant
other, that person who makes living worthwhile.
For years, as long as I can remember I have loved Cedar Heartwood,
the most wonderful, beautiful, clever, gorgeous, sexy, delicious fairy that has
ever flown or ever will fly. He is so special. I did fly about because of him though.
I left the fairy court and went to find experiences in the world of mortals. You
see he is so marvelous and I never ever thought he’d even look at someone as clumsy
and silly as me.
I couldn’t believe it when he arrived in my garden. I went all
jellified. Things got really complicated once he turned up.
Daisy is looking cross, so I’d better not say anymore. I know
you’re all going to love Cedar too. I can’t think of anyone who couldn’t love someone
like him.
What would that person
say about you?
Cedar says I have a very pretty freckle shaped like a tulip,
just by the side of my mouth. I think it’s a horrid freckle, but he likes it. He
also says it’s easy to get too involved with mortals. I think he’s wrong about that.
One of the reasons fairies do what they do is because of mortals. I love my mortals,
they are fun and I like helping them. My girls are so sweet. They have a beautiful
garden with lights and flowers in pots, and herbs too. I enjoyed being one of the
girls. Cedar would probably say I go inside too much, he thinks it’s dangerous.
There is the nasty net curtain at the windows but if I’m careful, it’s not a problem.
My mortals don’t have a cat, so where’s the danger?
What is your family like?
My parents don’t live at the fairy court any more though they
did at one time. They moved to an orchard in Worcestershire, to work helping some
mortals grow apples. My brother, Yew, he’s really good looking, except when he’s
blue. He is a courtier, he loves all the gossip, the parties, dancing and … Ah,
I won’t say anything about the other things at the court. Yew and Cedar are friends,
that’s how I got to see Cedar so often when I was at the court. I used to watch
him and daydream all kinds of things.
I didn’t tell Yew how much I wanted Cedar. My brother would probably
have laughed at me because Cedar had so many fairies he could pick to share a bargain
with him. They followed him around, a gaggle of them, all doing things to make him
notice them. I couldn’t do the things they did. If I tried to make mini butterflies
all cling to me as my dress, I can guess what might have happened. I’d have had
lots of fairies laughing at me.
I didn’t enjoy the fashions at the court, some of them were silly,
three flowers and a weed, you try making an attractive outfit out of that.
There is a word for what I think about the court; I’ll have to
ask Daisy, I think she’ll know. Anyway, I didn’t like the court because it was superficial,
that’s the word according to Daisy. I was glad to go on fly about to get away from
all of it but the thing that made me go was Cedar. I couldn’t bear watching him
and wanting him the way I did. I thought it would be better to go from the court
and try to forget, if I could. I did miss him. I missed him every day. He was always
in my head.
What special skills do
you rely on?
Flying and magic. I love flying and flying with Cedar is the
best thing ever. I love granting wishes because it is so exciting. I love watching
the wishes work, when they go right.
Are you happy with the
way your story ended? Why or why not?
I am thrilled with the way my story ends. Don’t let her know,
but I think Daisy could have done a bit more writing to be truthful. I mean, it
wouldn’t have broken the computer to add another couple of chapters. I was having
such a good time and so were my mortals. I have to be very careful what I say here
as Daisy has just come in and she is staring at me. Her eyes go all pointy at the
edges when she gets cross. I’ve told her she’ll get wrinkles but she doesn’t seem
to care.
Anyway, I loved the ending to my story and so did my mortals.
There were a few hiccups along the way to get to there, but I think it was worth
it.

About the Writer

You have the length of
a tweet (140 characters) to describe yourself as a writer. Let’s see what you can
do.
I’m an obsessive writer who loves to write. A new story is a
thrill to work on and I want readers to have the best time reading my stories.
Why did you choose to
write about this character?
I have loved fairy stories since I was a very small child. To
write an adult fairy tale, with fairies with adult motivations felt very natural.
Poppy is rather an accident-prone fairy, but I couldn’t help become fond of her.
She tries so hard.
Was there anything you
discovered about this character that was a surprise to you?
Yes, Poppy’s lack of faith in herself and her magic did surprise
me. I’d assumed she’d realize how beautiful and magical she is, but she doesn’t
seem to have any idea at all. I thought she’d understand that despite the odd accident
here and there, she is an incredible fairy, but she struggled so hard to see that
in herself. Her sense of self worth needed a lot of work. I have to say working
with a fairy with such low self-esteem proved troublesome some days.
When you wrote about this
character, what made you the most happy? What made you the most sad?
Poppy is happiest when she is helping the mortals and her wishes
work. I felt happy when she did. She is such a caring fairy. When the big wish went
wrong, I could have cried for her. Poor Poppy was desperate. When Cedar arrived,
I didn’t have much hope things would improve. The magic made a big difference.
Why do you write?
That question is a bit like asking why I breathe. I write because
I must. I know that may sound rather odd but it’s the way it is for me at present.
I work on my writing in one way or another every day. I write because there are
stories in my head demanding to come out. My writing, as it allows me to use my
imagination and create, is a pleasure for me. I like working in a range of genres
and finding my way in them. I love reading too and if I am not writing then I am
reading. I learn from reading too. I hope in ten years time I will still be reading,
learning and writing.
What do you want to write
next?
I have a new historical that is about half way done. I also have
an idea for another. I have just finished the sequel to my story Timeless, and will
be submitting that before the end of February. There is a third part to that story
too.
Are any sequels planned
for this book?
At present, I am not planning a sequel to this book. I may write
another fairy tale in the future but I’m not certain. I’d like to explore the darker
side of fairy.
Is there anything you’d
like to say to your readers?
I’d like to say a big thank you to them for taking the time to
read my stories. I love it when I hear back from people who have enjoyed a story.

Author Bio

Romance author Daisy Banks writes sensual and spicy novels in
the Historical, Paranormal and Fantasy genres. Daisy uses a fresh and lyrical voice
to weave a compelling and magical spell for readers.

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