|On The Outside|
walls, and the rest fend for themselves…on the outside.
a struggle for survival. Her newly emerged phasing powers force her to become a
fugitive, hunted by government agents, and driven to the edges of society.
could offer the perfect hiding place, or it could be her undoing. Much of that depends
on Charlie, top gunslinger and ‘teeth’ of the operation. Will he prove to be a valuable
ally or just another kind of trouble?
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Interview with Diana Green
Solas. Something about the lyrics, really gripped me. They painted a picture of
a life living under railroad bridges and struggling to find enough food.
a young homeless woman, but the character and setting just kept evolving, until
it grew to over a hundred pages. In the process the heroine, Orla, ended up with
teleporting powers, and the setting became a dystopian future.
off. This setting provided such interesting characters. I had loads of fun with
genre to read?
of those genres.
character from fiction (not including your own characters)?
to list a few of my favorites.
Series, Temmeraire and Captain Laurence from His Majesty’s Dragon, Bilbo Baggins
from the Hobbit, and Katniss from The Hunger Games.
TV shows? Which are your favorites?
the Rings trilogy was excellent. I also appreciate intelligent sci-fiction films
like Moon. Good historic films like The King’s Speech are another favorite of mine.
I have a special place in my heart for uncommon westerns, such as The Gray Fox,
A Thousand Pieces of Gold, Appaloosa, The Ballad of Little Jo, and Two Mules for
at the moment, and what are we likely to see from you in the coming months?
for The Wild Rose Press. The first book, Dragon Wife, should be released sometime
in the first half of 2014. The series is fantasy romance and follows a clan of dragon
live within walled cities, and the rest of the population struggles to survive with
limited resources and technology. Some people have inherited special abilities like
teleporting or telepathy. These individuals are hunted by the government, in order
to be used for research.
ability. She ends up finding shelter with a traveling caravan, but things are far
from simple. Adjusting to life with the caravan and learning how to control her
powers provide ample challenge.
takes an interest in her. He seems like a dangerous individual, and Orla is not
at all certain how to handle his attention. To find out what happens, you’ll need
to read the book.
has been a storyteller, both with words and paintings. For years she enjoyed teaching
art and special education, while continuing to write as a hobby. After she developed
chronic fatigue syndrome, a career change was necessary, but happily this led to
her becoming a professional author.
and romance. She lives in beautiful Washington
State, where she writes for
Champagne Books and The Wild Rose Press.