Saturday, 28 January 2017

Taunt by Eve Dangerfield







Description

Daniel Schwartz never meant to uncover the apocalypse, unfortunately for her that’s exactly what happened. Yet while it’s clear to the Kiwi hacktivist what she should do; cover it back up and get completely smashed, the rest of the world doesn’t agree. A shady corporation places her in a beachside prison where they promise to hold her until she agrees to talk. Dani would be pretty annoyed if she weren't:
a) Biologically incapable of being annoyed
b) Very intrigued by the men hired to guard her
c) Extremely hungover
John, Colt, and Seb have poured a lot of time and money into their private security business the last thing they need is to waste six weeks babysitting a hyperactive hippie. Sadly they’ve signed a dubious but watertight contract. Each of the three men finds himself drawn to the weird, pop-obsessed Daniel and she to them. As they become entangled in each other’s lives Daniel is forced to answer some big questions such as; how can you escape when there’s nowhere safe to go? How can a commitmentphobe fall for not one, but three different men? And, most importantly, should New Zealanders kick people who call them Hobbits? (Yes.)
Taunt is a heart-stopping erotic thriller; chock full of science, nail-biting suspense, period jokes and good old fashioned lust.

Review

I love this book...I also love the main character in this as well Daniel Schwartz...Definitely a must read if you like Erotic Thrillers...A special thank you to the Author Eve Dangerfield for doing what you do for us Readers :) I will be back to read more ;)

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Tuesday, 24 January 2017

My Interview with Author Amanda Edwards




1. When did you first realize you wanted to become a Writer/author?      I realized I wanted to become a writer when I was 16. After I did a history report on the town I lived in.

2. Where do you get your ideas for your book?    My ideas come from the way I always thought vampires should be and my dreams.

3. What kind of things do you enjoy when not writing?    I enjoy spending time with my family and reading. I tend to read 3 books a week.

4. How many books have you written? Which is your favorite?    I am working on book 2 and so far it is my favorite.

5. Do you have any suggestions to help others who have a passion for writing?   Set goals and write what you feel is your genre. Don’t give up without trying it out and putting yourself out there. It is worth it in the end.

6. What do you think makes a great story?    The characters story and plot. You have to feel like you could be the character.

7. Which Writer/Authors inspire you?   J.R. Ward, Christine Feehan, J.K. Rowlings to name a few. Also my daughter Shelby.

8. What are you working on at the moment?(optional)  I am working on Tudor Rising. Book two in the Immortal Tudor series. As well as another idea for a story that doesn’t fallow my Tudor’s.

9. What genre are your books? Fantasy Urban and Paranormal.

10. What drew you to the genre you write?  I fell in love with Vampires and Fae when I was six and have always felt a connection to them.

11. Which Actor/Actress would you like to see portraying the lead character from your most recent book?(any book you like)  Emma Watson. I think she would make a wonderful Cait.

12. Do you write full-time or part-time?   Full time

13. What is the hardest thing about writing?  Thoughts running away with where the story is supposed to be. Getting to involved in a book I am reading.

14. Any tips on how to get through the dreaded Writer’s block?    I have called my youngest daughter and ran ideas over with her. She is helpful more so cause she hates to read.

15. Do you read much, and if so who are your favorite Authors or genres?   J.R. Ward, Christine Feehan and many others. Urban fantasy, paranormal romance, Vampires, Fae, elves.

16. Is there anything else you would like to add that I haven’t included?  Writing is my passion and my husband help me make my dream come true.

17. How can Readers discovery more about you and your work?(please provide proper links)  https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100014398533187&__nodl


Thank you very much for taking the time out of your busy schedule to take part in this interview 😊

My Interview with Author Monika De Giorgi



  1. When did you first realize you wanted to become a Writer/author?
I don’t really know. From early childhood on I was fascinated by stories. Be it the fairytales told and read to me before bedtime or the books my mum was reading. I really started writing, when I was about twelve.

  1. Where do you get your ideas for your book?
Everywhere. The world around me, people, smells, songs. Listening to people, talking walks, dreaming. Anything can become a story.

  1. What kind of things do you enjoy when not writing?
My favorite hobby is adult coloring. I love pencils and adult coloring books. Especially fantasy themed books. Before going to bed I start an audio book, sharpen my pencil and start to color. Nothing is as relaxing.
But I also like to read or watch a good TV-Series or movie now and then.

  1. How many books have you written? Which is your favorite?
If you count only published books it’s five so far. Edens Asche, Edens Asche – Engel der Rosen, Schmerz-Blut-Liebe, Eerie Spook and Where I’ll Be Waiting. But Where I’ll Be Waiting is the only one that’s published in English so far and it’s also my favorite. It’s a story that sometimes really made me work to tell it and I loved every second of it.

  1. Do you have any suggestions to help others who have a passion for writing?
While writing: Whatever someone tells you – there is no “right” way, to tell a story. The story tells you, how it wants to be told. Do whatever works best for you. While editing: Listen to you editor. J

  1. What do you think makes a great story?
When it talks to you. Draws you in, makes you feel with the characters. When you want to know, how it goes on, but also don’t want it to end.

  1. Which Writer/Authors inspire you?
Every writer who can tell me a story, like I mentioned under Q6. But the writers that inspired me first were Anne Rice and Laurell K. Hamilton.

  1. What are you working on at the moment?(optional)
An urban fantasy novel and a fantasy novel I want to publish in 2017, 2018 respectively. More I won’t tell you. ;)

  1. What genre are your books?
I write M/M-Romance. The subgenre is usually fantasy or urban fantasy.

  1. What drew you to the genre you write?
Damian, the character of my first published book. I never decided he was bisexual. He told me so.

  1. Which Actor/Actress would you like to see portraying the lead character from your most recent book?(any book you like)
For Jesse I’d like a younger Jonathan Rhys-Myers or Jensen Ackles. (As they were in their mid-20ies.) But I’d still take them for the movie now. Bring it on. Both come close to his looks and really could get his inner demons on the screen. For Cam I need a time machine so I can get Franco Nero, even if Cam’s eyes aren’t blue -  or he needs to be casted for me. A younger Henry Cavil would work – I watched to whole seasons of The Tudors a while ago.

  1. Do you write full-time or part-time?
Part Time.

  1. What is the hardest thing about writing?
Getting in the right mind for it, after a day of work.

  1. Any tips on how to get through the dreaded Writer’s block?
Do what makes you feel good. The rest will come. Don’t stress yourself out. It only does that: Stress you.

  1. Do you read much, and if so who are your favorite Authors or genres?
I commute to and from work over an hour one way. So yes. I usually read or write. I love M/M-Romance and Historical Novels especially. My favorite authors are Abigail Roux, Philippa Gregory and so many more.

  1. Is there anything else you would like to add that I haven’t included?

  1. How can Readers discover more about you and your work?(please provide proper links)

Please drop me a line any time. I always love to hear from readers or people interested in my stories J

Thank you very much for taking the time out of your busy schedule to take part in this interview 😊
Thank you J

My Interview with Author Ann Grech








1.     When did you first realize you wanted to become a Writer/author?

As a kid I was always obsessed with becoming an author. My cousin and I had this crazy plan to design a bank and a jail (he wanted to be an architect), have my younger brother rob it, me write a best-selling novel about it and, if my brother was caught, he’d escape (Prison Break style) and we’d all go live on a tropical island somewhere. Needless to say it didn’t happen ;-) Eventually the voices won out and the book got written (still no robbery though) and I haven’t stopped since.

2.     Where do you get your ideas for your book?
Whiteout came from standing on a mountain in New Zealand. The kids were throwing snowballs at each other with my hubby, and I was enjoying the view. As crazy/corny as it sounds, a gust of wind blew and on it the words were delivered… only joking, but seriously it was kinda like that. The gust of wind did come and there might have been a ridiculously hot alpine rescuer involved too. Next minute, I’m frantically plotting out a story and getting pummelled by snowballs. Totally rude!

3.     What kind of things do you enjoy when not writing?
Glass of wine, a good book and time down the beach or at the pool.

4.     How many books have you written? Which is your favorite?
I’ve written nine novel-length books – holy crap, that’s a lot! Ink’d (MF), Whiteout (MM) and White Noise (MM) have been published. I’ve got three more planned for this year. The other three won’t be re-released for some time yet, but I’ll get them out eventually. I’ve also written three novella-length stories – One night in Daytona (MF), A Christmas Wish Come True (MF) and The Gift (FMMM) which is a freebie for my newsletter subscribers.

Of those, my favourite characters are definitely Reef and Ford from Whiteout and White Noise. They’re everything I love about characters – strong yet vulnerable, open to new experiences, loving, stubborn, protective, fun, you name it. I couldn’t tell you which of their three books is my favourite though – it’s literally like asking which of my kids I like best (except I choose the dog most of the time ;-) ). If I’m picking favourites though, Declan and Ollie from A Christmas Wish Come True are close runners up. I adore those guys too and I can’t wait to turn the short story into a full-length novel.  

Under my pen name, Olive Hiscock, I’ve published seven short stories (one series is a novel-length collection). They’re all MM+ erotica.

5.     Do you have any suggestions to help others who have a passion for writing?
I could write about the benefits of a great critique partner (and mine is the best), editors who say it like it is and who know what they’re doing (again, mine rock), and cover artists to do all the pretty things, but I think it’s even more than that. Social media is such a crazy-big part of our world. Some people are trolls. Don’t be like that. If you don’t have anything nice to say, keep your bloody mouth shut. Don’t be any-phobic. You’ll suck. Oh, and as a secondary point, your readers probably won’t be your readers anymore. You aren’t in competition with anyone except yourself. Help others out because it’s the nice thing to do. And chances are they have, or will, help you in return more than you ever expected. And most importantly, show the bloggers some love. What they do is mostly done for free for the love of books. They don’t owe you anything. They’re doing you a favour. Say thank you. Please!


6.     What do you think makes a great story?
I read predominantly erotic romance, so for me it’s the storyline behind the sex. If the story stands on the sex alone, I get bored. Sure, there have to be sexy scenes – it doesn’t need to be sex itself, often the build up to that point is just as hot – but there has to be a story. It’s also got to be believable – I love real life characters (if you haven’t gathered, I don’t read anything paranormal).

7.     Which Writer/Authors inspire you?
*kicks back and laughs* It’ll take me a year to write down all the authors who inspire me. I adore Kindle Alexander, N.R. Walker, Riley Hart, Ella Frank, Sloan Johnston, Jayne Rylon… I know I’m forgetting a bunch but I can’t think of any more off the top of my head. I love the way their stories are put together and they’re all such great ladies – they inspire me.

8.     What are you working on at the moment?(optional)
Ooooh, so much goodness! Whitewash (MM), the final book in my Unexpected series, is in edits at the moment. That will, hopefully, be released in the next couple of months. Now that it’s nearly finished, I’m starting to rework two other novels which I have in train too. They’ll be released later this year (one is a MMF and the other is FMMF).

9.     What genre are your books?
Contemporary romance. I’d classify myself as a gay and bisexual genre writer, but I do have some MF stories too.

10.                        What drew you to the genre you write?
See my answer on who inspires me – with books like those written by my fave authors, I couldn’t help but want to be like them when I grew up. So I gave it a go and loved it. Now, I couldn’t imagine writing anything but that.

11.                        Which Actor/Actress would you like to see portraying the lead character from your most recent book?(any book you like)
Ryan Reynolds as Reef and Bradley Cooper or maybe even Ben Affleck as Ford, mainly because they’re on my to do list… oops I mean my bucket list… (don’t show hubby this - actually scrap that, he knows) my wish list, maybe… Anyway, I love them.

12.                        Do you write full-time or part-time?
Part-time, between working, studying (I just finished my PhD), looking after a family and, at the moment, building a house. My life’s not crazy at all! *insert nut job lady here*

13.                        What is the hardest thing about writing?
For me the most painful thing is promotion. The craft itself, is something I always enjoy, and seeing my baby go from an idea percolating in my head to a fully-fledged book is freaking cool.

14.                        Any tips on how to get through the dreaded Writer’s block?
I put the story down and do something that inspires me, or more likely, something that I’m really behind in and should have done weeks ago (like upload a paperback to Createspace which should have been done months ago!). Then I try again. If nothing, then I extend the break. Plotting always helps me too.

15.                        Do you read much, and if so who are your favorite Authors or genres?
About a book a week mainly in MM contemporary romance. All of the ladies listed above are my go to’s and auto-buys so between them, I usually have something to read!

16.                        Is there anything else you would like to add that I haven’t included?
Um?

17.                        How can Readers discover more about you and your work?(please provide proper links)

I’m kind of everywhere, but your best bet is Facebook. Here are my links:
Website: www.anngrech.com
Thank you very much for taking the time out of your busy schedule to take part in this interview 😊
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The Gift Set: A compilation of three romance stories by Steph Christina







Description

The Gift Set by Steph Christina - Three standalone contemporary romance stories combined into one gift set.

STORY TITLES:

1.MYSTERIOUS GIRL
Gregory Romeo is a single, awkward man on the search for a wife. He doesn't know where to find her, and feels he has run out of avenues on where to look. Therefore, he decides to try something new. Gregory purchases a wife off an authorised Russian brides website.

Her name is Svetlana. When Svetlana arrives in Australia and the couple first meet, things are a bit awkward.

But soon enough, the pair realise that they're in for a bunch of surprises. Moments of self-discovery, new beginnings and an interesting ride on the road to love.

2.AN EVENING IN ROMA
Honey Carter's parents send Honey on a trip to Europe for summer break. Out of all places, they buy her a ticket to Rome, Italy where she is to go and stay with her long-lost Aunt Nicole.

Honey is full of excitement and has always dreamed of visiting Italy one day. She just can't wait to take her first trip overseas.

When she arrives in Rome, Honey meets people she'd never imagined she'd meet and her trip steers her life in the direction of a romantic adventure she never saw coming.

A contemporary romance about friendship, family, travel, culture and love.

3. UNSUSPECTED ATTRACTION
Sweet Sarina Leon has just finished high school and is taking her first couple steps from a teenage girl into woman-hood. She's an attractive, socialite and has just started studying law at university. Sarina is experiencing new things with her peers and is on a journey of self-discovery.

However, one fine day unassuming Sarina meets an attractive spunk named Frankie at the beach and as a result of this chance meeting an unexpected and unsuspected turn of events, have the potential to change Sarina's life as she knows it, forever.

Review

I so loved this book and the three stories...The Author does have a lot of passion guaranteed when she writes...will definitely be back to read more...special thanks to the Author Steph Christina for doing what you do for us Readers...I will be back :)  

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The Vixen and the Vet by Katy Regnery







Description

In this modern-retelling of Beauty and the Beast, Savannah Carmichael, betrayed by an unreliable source, returns to her hometown of Danvers, Virginia with her once-promising journalism career in ruins. Given the opportunity to get back in the game by writing a patriotic human interest piece, Savannah turns her attention to the town hermit, Asher Lee, a wounded veteran who returned to Danvers eight years ago, and hasn’t been seen since.

After an IED explosion in Afghanistan took Asher’s hand and disfigured half of his face, he's lived a quiet life on the outskirts of Danvers where the locals respect his privacy…that is, until Savannah Carmichael comes calling in a borrowed sundress with a plate of homemade brownies. When Asher agrees to be interviewed by Savannah, he starts feeling things for the beautiful reporter that he hasn’t felt in years.

Misfits in small-town Danvers, Savannah and Asher create a bond right away, touching each other’s hearts in ways neither thought possible. When a terrible mistake threatens to drive them apart, they’ll have to decide if the love they found in one another’s arms is strong enough to fight for their hard-won happily ever after.

Review

I loved this book and fell in love with the characters Savannah Carmichael & Asher Lee...I would love to give special thanks to the Author Katy Regnery for doing what you do for us Readers...I will definitely be reading more :)  

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Saturday, 14 January 2017

Making The Rules #1 by Ali Parker







Description

Never Again...

After having his hand slapped and career almost ruined several years back for falling for a student, Dr. Kendal Tarrington is done with love. Especially with the idea of it being with a younger woman. With no other choice, he's forced to start looking for someone to date far outside the scope of the university. The last place he expected to find her was at the hospital.

Dana Young is a double major, business and nursing, and is at the top of her class on both accounts. Her life consists of working hard in her internship at the hospital and wanting far more than she's getting in her current relationship. When a handsome, young professor catches her eye, things began to shift... for the better.

Too bad she's not at all aware of his rules.

Review

I so loved these two characters Dr. Kendal Tarrington & Dana Young, Can't wait to read more of this series. Thank you to the Author Ali Parker for doing what you do for us Readers :) I will definitely be back to read more :)

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His Every Whim #1 by Liliana Rhodes







Description

Down on her luck
When down on her luck plus sized beauty Ashley Monroe takes a waitressing job at an event at the Boone Art Gallery, she's told one thing--stay away from the mysterious and brooding man sitting by himself. Easier said than done for Ashley who finds herself inexplicably drawn to the gorgeous stranger.

When she decides to spend the evening doing things she normally wouldn't--like letting herself be seduced by this enigmatic man she only knows as Xander--she unknowing opens her world up to the lavish lifestyle of beautiful mansions, fast cars, and expensive clothes, because when billionaire Xander Boone wants something, he gets it.

Part of his world
As Ashley enters Xander's world of champagne and lavish gifts, they find themselves unable to deny the attraction they feel for each other. But when Xander's past comes back to haunt him, will he follow his heart or run from the feelings he has for her.

Review

 I really loved these two characters, Ashley Monroe & Xander Boone...Can't wait to read more of this series. Thank you to the Author Liliana Rhodes for doing what you do for us Readers :) I will be back to read more <3

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Tuesday, 3 January 2017

My Interview with Author Alexandrea Weis








  1. When did you first realize you wanted to become a Writer/author? I think it started when I was eight. I enjoyed writing then, but the thought of a career in writing never took hold until later in life. After I had pursued a career in nursing, I wanted to pursue the stories in my head. 

  1. Where do you get your ideas for your book? Everywhere and anywhere. They come to me at any time.

  1. What kind of things do you enjoy when not writing? Animals. I am a permitted wildlife rehabber with the La. Wildlife and Fisheries. I rescue orphaned and injured wildlife and return them to the wild. That, and I have a house filled with fur babies. So most of my time away from writing is taking up by animals.

  1. How many books have you written? Which is your favorite? I have written over 45 books, and have published 24. I think my favorite is still my first, To My Senses. Book 1 in the Nicci Beauvoir thriller romance series. It still touches my heart.

  1. Do you have any suggestions to help others who have a passion for writing? Just write. I think of creativity as a muscle, you have to use it to get stronger. Just write and keep writing. It takes time to find your voice. Never give up. 

  1. What do you think makes a great story? Characters. You have to believe the people in the story are real to relate to them. When you accept the characters the story grabs hold.

  1. Which Writer/Authors inspire you? There are many. Hemingway, Charles Dickens, Mary Renault, Ian Fleming.

  1. What are you working on at the moment? A YA thriller called Girl in the River coming later this year from Vesuvian Books. It is about a golden boy gone bad, and the women he hurts get their revenge.

  1. What genre are your books? Paranormal, Erotic romance, and a blend of both.

  1. What drew you to the genre you write? I’m from New Orleans. Paranormal is in my blood, and I grew up in the French Quarter so all things odd and spooky are like home to me.

  1. Which Actor/Actress would you like to see portraying the lead character from your most recent book? I think I would have to wait for the adaptation either screenplay or teleplay to make that decision. Every story is different.

  1. Do you write full-time or part-time? Full time. 7 days a week, and holidays.

  1. What is the hardest thing about writing? Sitting down and doing the work. There are times it is like walking on air, and times it is like trudging through the mud.

  1. Any tips on how to get through the dreaded Writer’s block? Get away from the computer. I drive and clear my head.

  1. Do you read much, and if so who are your favorite Authors or genres? I don’t have a lot of time for reading, but when I do it is usually history books. I love history.

  1. Is there anything else you would like to add that I haven’t included?

  1. How can Readers discovery more about you and your work:


Thank you very much for taking the time out of your busy schedule to take part in this interview





My Interview with Author J.N. Sheats








1.     When did you first realize you wanted to become a Writer/author?

8th grade, I woke up with an amazing idea for a character and thought it would make a great book. From that moment on I wanted to be a writer.

2.     Where do you get your ideas for your book?

All over the place. A person, an object, something someone says it's a random process. Usually I get ideas by wondering what two crazy ideas together would look like, or it starts off with a character that I want to know more about.

3.     What kind of things do you enjoy when not writing?

I draw and design, cook, garden, play with my little devil cats.

4.     How many books have you written? Which is your favorite?

I have written and published five books so far with a sixth coming soon. My favorite is Lineage, my most currently release, but the Opsona series will always have a special place in my heart.

5.     Do you have any suggestions to help others who have a passion for writing?

Just do what you want. I see a lot of authors taking too much from the opinions of their beta readers, or writing to please their readers. They also worry what people are going to think about this ending, or if their character does that. Screw that, do what you want and if it makes you uncomfortable or unsure, do it! That's how we grow.

6.     What do you think makes a great story?

Honesty, if you write honestly then it will always be a good book. Especially if you let your characters be who they are. No sugar coating, or fitting into this genre or that.

7.     Which Writer/Authors inspire you?

I don't have anyone that inspires me, but I do admire a great deal of my fellow authors. But that's true of any writer, even the unpublished because it takes a great deal of courage to write. No matter how much fantasy you pour into a book/story, there is always a hint of personal truth. That takes courage.

8.     What are you working on at the moment?(optional)

Currently I'm working on a dark romance called A-Jax, that I hope to have out the beginning of February.

9.     What genre are your books?

I typically write paranormal/dark fantasy, but I'm branching off into dark romance.

10.                        What drew you to the genre you write?

I love things that go bump in the night, there is something very alluring to the dark and the creatures that live in it. Plus I get to write about vampires. ;)

11.                        Which Actor/Actress would you like to see portraying the lead character from your most recent book?(any book you like)

Hmmmm, that's hard. Lucy Hale, she would be perfect for Joey Morris.

12.                        Do you write full-time or part-time?

I currently write part-time because I do design work for other authors, but I'm hoping to change that in 2017.

13.                        What is the hardest thing about writing?

My anxiety. That little bastard never lets me rest, but it gets really bad when I want to write. It sometimes comes down to a panic-attack before I can actually start writing.

14.                        Any tips on how to get through the dreaded Writer’s block?

Do something insane, in the story of course. When I'm stuck I throw something at my characters from left-field. I might never use it in the story, but it brings some new ideas to the table.

15.                        Do you read much, and if so who are your favorite Authors or genres?

I don't get to read as much as I would like, but yes I do read. I read just about anything you put in front of me, though I actually love technical books. I also read a lot of romance which is funny because my own books have romantic elements but focus more on the action and battles.

16.                        Is there anything else you would like to add that I haven’t included?

Nope, you're good. :)

17.                        How can Readers discovery more about you and your work?(please provide proper links)

Facebook is the best place to find me, but I post just as much on my blog.


Oh, don't forget my newsletter! Starting the end of January I will be sending out a special newsletter with a fantasy series, Divine Legacy. Each month a new piece of the story comes out. 


I'm also on Patreon where my supporters get first looks, gifts, and more when they sign up to support me.

 
Thank you very much for taking the time out of your busy schedule to take part in this interview 

Thank you so much for having me. ;)

My Interview with Author DL Gallie









1.    When did you first realize you wanted to become a Writer/author? 

My husband had been telling me for a while that I should write and then one day in December 2015 an idea popped into my head and I stared writing The Liquor Cabinet Series

2.    Where do you get your ideas for your book?

the ideas just pop into my head. I can be listening to a song or doing something and it inspires me. I have note pads everywhere to jot down when the idea strike

3.    What kind of things do you enjoy when not writing?

Reading, catching up with friends, playing with my kids, drinking wine/beer/cocktails, I’m totally addicted to Candy Crush

4.    How many books have you written? Which is your favorite?

2 and I’ve started book 3. #2, Tequila Healing is my favourite, the character of Mike is a total larakin and I love him to pieces – he may or may not be sort of based on my husband

5.    Do you have any suggestions to help others who have a passion for writing?

Write for you, don’t write for anyone else.

6.    What do you think makes a great story?

Character chemistry, whether it be between lovers, friends or family. If there is no chemistry, for me, it’s a turn off

7.    Which Writer/Authors inspire you?

AD Justice, JL Perry, AM Gillham, BJ Harvey, Lyssa Layne and Rebecca Rohman; they have all helped me with different aspects of writing and self publishing.
Inspiration, would be AD Justice, Dean Koontz and Patricia Cornwell. I would love tomy able to wrote mystery and intrigue like them.

8.    What are you working on at the moment?(optional)

Currently working on book 3 in the series, its taken a different path to the first two and I’m excited to see where it leads to

9.    What genre are your books?

Romantic Suspense

10.What drew you to the genre you write?

I’ve always liked romantic suspense books, when I started writing I didn’t have a clear vision but it went the suspense route and now I love it

11.Which Actor/Actress would you like to see portraying the lead character from your most recent book?(any book you like)

Malt Me
Heath Ledger for Jordan
Rachel Taylor for Kenzie
Christian Bale for Clint

Tequila Healing
Jason Statham for Mike
Katie Cassidy for Sav
Bryan Greenberg for Uncle Kelvin

Wine Not
Nick Bateman for Logan De Biers
Sophia Bush for Sarah
Charlize Theron for Victoria

12.Do you write full-time or part-time?

I’d part semi-full - I’m also a mum and mumming comings first

13.What is the hardest thing about writing?

Finding the time during school holidays. Making sure my story is original and not like anything else out there

14.Any tips on how to get through the dreaded Writer’s block?

This is funny because I just had this happen for the first time. I walked away and said “I’ll get back when they start talking” As soon as I stepped back, the voices appeared again

15.Do you read much, and if so who are your favorite Authors or genres?

I read each night before bed. My tastes vary from Fifty Shades, to biographies to Misery to The Power of One. I read whatever seems interesting to me

16.Is there anything else you would like to add that I haven’t included?

I will be attending my first Aussie signing in October 2017, Riveting Reads Australia in Brisbane
I will be attending my first international signing in March 2018, Titanic Signing in Belfast, Northern Ireland

17.How can Readers discovery more about you and your work?(please provide proper links)

https://www.bookbub.com/authors/dl-gallie

Thank you very much for taking the time out of your busy schedule to take part in this interview

Kind regards,
DL Gallie