Thank you to Kimmie Thomas from http://shereallysaidit.wordpress.com. Now, I’ve blogged and ranted, but I’ve never hopped, so this should really be fun.
The rules for the Blog Hop are as follows:
*****Give credit to the person/blog that tagged you
*****Post the rules for the blog hop
*****Answer these ten questions about the current WIP (Work in Progress) on your blog
*****Tag five other writers/bloggers and add their links so we can hop over and meet them.
Ten Interview Questions for the Nest Big Thing:
What is the working title of your book?
I’ve been real busy. First there was Falling Leaves in Autumn which is out now.
Right now, I’ve submitted one story for a new series I am working on, Midnight and Mayhem. It is my first foray into paranormal with a sexy vampire. It is is the editing stage now.
Next on my list is a Christmas Domination tale that will be placed with a very special publishing house (Shara Azod, some of you may know her) I’m working on the plot line now, although I might need to post some thoughts on my blog to get some feedback. This one is going to be way way different and outside the box, so stay tuned for that.
Where did the idea come from for the book?
Like any fiction writer, I think a bit of our stories always involve real life scenarios. Some of us write true to life scenarios and take only a bit of creative license.
What genre does your book fall under?
Romantica? Romance with a little Erotica? Erotic? I can’t be pigeonholed but you can bet your bottom dollar it will be hot.
Which actors would you choose to play your characters in a movie rendition?
I would love to see Eric Bana play Clark Pinot in Falling Leaves in Autumn.. He is so Clark and I think I was watching him in an Adam Sandler movie when I came up with the character of Clark.
What is the one sentence synopsis of your book?
Never judge a book by its cover.
Will your book be self published or represented by an agency?
I use several publishers but my absolutely favorites are Beautiful Trouble Publishing, Mocha Memoirs Press and Shara Azod Presents.
How long did it take you to write the first draft of your manuscript?
That depends on what manuscript I am working on. I can write one in a week or take several months to draw it out. For example, my free read, Private Dancer took me a year to write. So I guess I should say that all depends.
What other books would you compare this story to within your genre?
I think my books are more like movies. Since I practice safe short writing I try to start with a bang and end with a bang. So if I were to label my writing style it is like Crash or Mobsters. 🙂
Who or What inspired you to write this book?
Falling Leaves in Autumn was inspired by life events. I tried so hard to keep my husband a ‘late night snack’ he just kept getting into my heart and mind and eventually became my husband.
What else about your book might piqué the reader’s interest?
It is written in first person, but the characters do come alive. I know that is the biggest issue with some who write in first person is getting to know the other characters.
The writers I’m tagging are:
Well That was fun… I hope everyone can participate.