The YA Spring Fling giveaway runs from March 20th to April 3rd and gives readers the opportunity to win ebooks, paperbacks, audiobooks and swag from some of the most awesome YA writers around. Head over to Sarah Dalton Books to enter.
What’s your favourite thing about spring?
What I like best about spring is watching nature awaken. We come out of winter, drab and covered in mud, and within a month or two, everything is green and beautiful.
What’s the best thing about being a writer?
I love giving life to an idea. Stories pop into my head all the time—especially when dreaming. And unless I write them down, they cease to exist outside of my mind.
What’s the worst thing about being a writer?
Not having enough time to write. I have almost a dozen stories waiting mostly patiently to write them.
Tell us more about your books.
The Unclaimed Series follows several characters whose lives intertwine. MJ is an angel, charged with protecting mortals from demons. Justin is a demon who just wants to have fun. Maddy is a mortal who, among other things, has the ability to restore emotions in all paranormal beings.
Tell us something interesting about your main character.
Up until meeting MJ and Justin, Maddy questioned whether there was such a thing as life after death.
Coffee or Tea?
Neither. Never tasted either one, but I’m curious to try some of the fru fru ones just to see what all the fuss is about.
Plotter or Pantser?
Pantser! I let my characters have complete control of their story. I’m just along to jot it down.
Are there any books involved in the YA Spring Fling that you’re secretly lusting after?
Rosamond’s Heart by Cate Dean. The cover caught my eye, and after reading the blurb, it sounds very intriguing.
What was the last YA book you read?
CHARMING by Krystal Wade.
What are your top tips for surviving a zombie apocalypse?
Work on your aim. Ammo will be limited so make those shots count! Get in with a group you can trust to have your back. Depending on how long the apocalypse lasts, zombies won’t be your only enemy.
What inspires you?
Life. Music, art, stories, movies, conversations, the simplest things can spark an idea.
Where can readers find your books?
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