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Thursday, November 7, 2013

Author Interview – Samantha Warren @_samanthawarren

What do you consider the most challenging about writing a novel, or about writing in general? Not growing comfortable or lazy in your writing. You must always be improving and striving to become a better writer. If you let yourself think you’ve learned all you can, then your writing will suffer.
Did writing this book teach you anything and what was it? It taught me that I’m terrible at writing love scenes and should stay away from those.
Do you intend to make writing a career? Absolutely. I dream about having a lakeside cabin where I can sit and write all day long.
Have you developed a specific writing style? I think my writing tends to be a bit quirky and fun. I also have a lot of action. Description is not one of my strong suits.
What is your greatest strength as a writer? Definitely my action scenes. They drive my books.
Have you ever had writer’s block?If so, what do you do about it? I don’t really believe in writer’s block. I think it’s a lack of motivation. The trick is figuring out how to get past that. Deadlines help me a lot.

The Iron Locket
She was raised to hunt faeries. He was raised from the dead.
Aiofe Callaghan comes from a long line of faery hunters. Hired by one of the faery queens, they protect the human world from chaos and destruction. But when Aiofe stumbles through an open door into the land of Faery, she discovers the job isn’t as simple as it seems, and neither is she.
Arthur Pendragon spent centuries in blissful nothingness, until the day the four queens banded together to raise him from the dead. Along with his twelve most talented knights, he leads the warring armies of Faery against the greatest enemy they have ever known: one of their own.
Can they overcome their differences to confront the greatest challenges either of them have ever faced?
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Genre –  Paranormal Romance
Rating – PG
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