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Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Cinder & Ella

Cinder & ella
Interview


Cinder: How did you come up with cinder458 for you secret identity online?

I simply combined two of my favorite things. Cinder was my favorite character and the Ferrari 458 is my favorite car.

Both: What was this first thing you said to each other when you met online for the first time?

Ella: I believe he called me a pig-headed, naïve, feminist romanticist.

Cinder: To which I’m pretty sure she responded with typical, shallow, close-minded, pervert. It was definitely love at first fight.

Ella: What did you think of your new stepmother and stepsisters when you met them? And 
how are things with them now?

It was hard not to judge them. A lot of my problem was that I’d already had an idea of who they were before I met them, and then they lived up to every expectation. Things were very difficult between us at first, but they’ve slowly gotten better. Juliette is my closest friend now. I really do consider her a sister. My relationships with Ana and Jennifer will probably always be a little shaky, but they’re definitely better than they were.


Cinder: Why did you detest the idea for a fake romance with Kaylee when it was suggested even though you two hooked up?
Have you met Kaylee?
The idea of a fake engagement at all was loathsome in itself, but Kaylee is the spawn of Satan. Sure I hooked up with her once—she’s hot. But I realized that was a mistake as soon as I sobered up. I’ve regretted it ever since. She’s a nightmare.

Both: How did you feel when you spoke for the first time to one another?

Cinder: It would have been a lot more exciting had the circumstances been a little different. I’d wanted to talk to Ella for years, but when I finally asked her to call me I was so worried about her, the concern trumped the excitement. I was so afraid that she wasn’t okay, and just wasn’t telling me. That said, the first time I heard that adorable little Boston accent, I was a goner. I could have stayed on the phone with her forever. 

Ella: It wasn’t funny. I wanted to kill them all. But with one simple sentence Brian made me laugh and all my nerves melted away. After that I was simply talking to my best friend and it felt like I’d talked to him a thousand times before. He has a gift for cheering me up and making me laugh.

Cinder: How did you feel when you didn't hear from Ella for months and then out of nowhere you have a message?
I can’t even describe how I felt then. Losing Ella devastated me. I wasn’t the same person after she disappeared. I’d lost a huge part of me that I didn’t think I’d ever get back. When she wrote me that first email, it was as if I’d been standing directly beneath a giant meteor as it pounded into the earth. I was lucky I didn’t die from the shock. And at the same time I’ve never been happier in my entire life.

Ella: Did you have any ideas as to Cinder was Hollywood heartthrob BRIAN OLIVER?

No. I suppose the thought should have at least crossed my mind once or twice after what he did for my birthday, but who would have ever thought their best friend was a celebrity? The idea was so absurd that I simply chalked it up to impossible.

Ella: What do you think your mother would of thought of Cinder if she met him?
She would love him. I know she would. She was such a dreamer and always wore her heart on her sleeve. Our story would have been the stuff of fairy tales and she’d have been completely swept up in it. Plus, the only thing she’d ever require of my boyfriends is that they love me and treat me with respect. Brian goes above and beyond with that.

Cinder: Why did you reject Ella's friend’s idea to meet up in person?

Because of Kaylee. She’d threatened to make Ella’s life miserable, and I didn’t doubt her for a second. She’s evil and capable of doing a lot of damage. Ella had been through so much and I knew she was struggling with a lot of things in her life at the time. I had no doubt that Kaylee would throw Ella’s losses in her face and probably do it publically. As much as I wanted Ella, I couldn’t do that to her.

Ella: How did you feel when Brian posted that birthday message online before you found out it was cinder?
I was shocked! I mean Brian Oliver was tweeting my review!!! How crazy is that? I was so excited! As a blogger having a celebrity comment on my review of his movie was a dream come true. But then he went crazy with tweet after tweet. It was the craziest thing that had ever happened to me.

Cinder: How did you feel about Rob when you first heard about him going out with Ella?
*snort* I was in love with Ella. How do you think I felt about it? I hated it. Of course I wanted her to be happy, and I knew she didn’t have a lot of friends. Not to mention to her, I had a girlfriend so I had absolutely no right to be jealous. But I was. I hated him. I didn’t want him anywhere near her.

Ella: How did you feel when you realized that Brian was your cinder?
Horrified. Heartbroken. It was a shock, but at the same time it made so much sense. As soon as I was able to process the truth, I realized that he was a rich, gorgeous, famous actor that was engaged to a supermodel. I knew he’d never want someone like me. I was sure I’d just lost my best friend because things could be the same between us anymore, but he wasn’t going to give up his fiancée for me.

Cinder: What was going through your head when Ella showed you her burn scars?
Not to sound like a parrot, but I was horrified and heartbroken. Not that Ella’s scars horrified me, but I hurt for her. I couldn’t believe she’d had to endure so much pain and suffering. I hated the fact that she had to deal with something so tragic. And I could tell what she thought of herself. The look on her face as she waited for me to call her damaged and reject her broke me. She’s so beautiful. She should never be self conscious about anything, ever, But I didn’t know how to make her believe that. I just wanted—no, I needed—to take her pain away.

Both: How was your first kiss and how did it make you feel?
Ella: It was perfect. I was in the most emotional moment of my life and then he was there, proving how much he cared for me. That kiss completely unraveled me.

CINDER: It was the best kiss I’ve ever had. For one thing I wanted it more than I’d ever wanted anything in my life. But I’d also cared more about Ella than I’d ever cared for anyone. I’ve kissed a lot of women but that was the first time I’d ever kissed someone where it meant so much. It was a whole new experience for me. It was terrifying and thrilling all at the same time.

Both: When did you realize it was true love for you?
Ella: I’d known for years. I knew I was in love with him long before my accident, but I always told myself it wasn’t really like that. I had to try to convince myself my feelings weren’t real because he was a stranger and he lived so far away that I knew we’d never meet.

CINDER:I admit it took me longer. I didn’t realize how much I depended on Ella until she disappeared. It honestly broke me and I was forced to admit that she’d been the best thing in my life—the best part of me. But it wasn’t until she wrote me back for that first time that I knew how much I felt for her. I think my heart did a summersault in my chest. All those months I’d been dead inside, just going through the motions, were erased in an instant.

Both: When did you realize it was true love for you?

Ella: I’d known for years. I knew I was in love with him long before my accident, but I always told myself it wasn’t really like that. I had to try to convince myself my feelings weren’t real because he was a stranger and he lived so far away that I knew we’d never meet.

CINDER: I admit it took me longer. I didn’t realize how much I depended on Ella until she disappeared. It honestly broke me and I was forced to admit that she’d been the best thing in my life—the best part of me. But it wasn’t until she wrote me back for that first time that I knew how much I felt for her. I think my heart did a summersault in my chest. All those months I’d been dead inside, just going through the motions, were erased in an instant. The second I read her email I had a new reason for living. I may be a guy, but even I can recognize what that means.

Cinder: What you said on national TV was the most sweet and romantic thing ever. What made you decide to do this? And What is the most romantic thing besides this have you done since for Ella?
Well, the fairy tale Cinderella thing was something my new management firm helped me come up with. But when I went out of that stage for that interview, all I knew was that I needed Ella to know the truth. I needed her to know exactly how I felt and I knew that moment was my only shot to win her back. To be honest, I don’t even remember everything I said in that interview. I simply spoke from the heart and prayed she’d hear me.

Ella: how did it feel to be on the red carpet?
Scary. I don’t like it. Brian is worth it, but I could definitely do without the fame.

Cinder: What were you thinking when you saw your princess had come and was standing on the red carpet in front of you?
How long until this movie is over and I can get her alone?

Both: What is next for you both? Babies? Wedding bells?
CINDER:I’m sure we’ll get to those things eventually, but for now we’re just enjoying each other.

Ella: We’ve known each other forever, but it’s a whole new thing to be real-life friends, and our relationship is brand new. We need time to let it evolve from the friendship it was into something more than that.
Cinder: Right now, I’m just working on the Cinder Chronicles movies and Ella’s started college at USC. I’m a little jealous. I tried to get her to move in with me, but with her disability, it was a lot easier for her and made a lot more sense to have her live in the dorms on campus. It’s cool though. I spend a lot of time on campus with her and it’s giving me a little of the college experience even if I don’t have time to attend myself.

Both: How does it feel to have the happy ever after of your own fairly tale?

Ella: Unbelievable. There are still days where I have a hard time believing it’s all real and that I’m not going to wake up.

Brian: What she doesn’t realize is that I feel the same way most of the time. I don’t deserve her, but I’m glad she sticks with me.


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Monday, 20 October 2014

Book review -TABOO UNCHAINED

 
TABOO UNCHAINED
BOOK REVIEW
BY LM
 
 
THE TABOO TURNS ME ON.
 
THE DIRTY. THE FILTHY.THE NASTY
 
THE MAN YOUR MOTHER FUCKING WARNED YOU ABOUT-IS ME.
 
HOLD ONTO YOUR PANITES, LADIES.
 
LUCAS CARTER IS HERE TO SHOW YOU THE DARK SIDE OF THE SHEETS.
 
REED LUSCAS STORY TO SPICE UP YOUR SEX LIFE, HAVE A LITTLE FUN, AND WATCH A MAN CONSUMED BY DARKNESS GROW INTO A DIFFERENT PERSON.
 
 
 
MY THOUGHTS
 
 
I have read many of C.M STUNICH'S books and this one was a good read . It was a dark twisted erotic read. this wont be everyone's cup of tea but that's what I like about C.M Stunich's work.  It wasn't my favourite book I have read by this author but it was a good book. Lucas is cocky arrogant and really twisted. i recommend this book to those who are in to hard core erotic BDSM type books.
 
 
 
 
 
 


book review- begin again


BOOK REVIEW
BY
L.M
 
 
BEGIN AGAIN
 
 
I recieved this book for a honest review.This was the first book that I have read by christy newton
and I can honestly say it wont be the last. I love her writing style and I am looking forward to reading many  more of her books.
 
This is a candy sweet romance aboutwo charcaters that has both suffered heartache. They becaome friends and their relationship blossoms as time goes by.
 
Maise is broken, she is still hurting by the loss she went through with the loss of her husband and baby.
 
Ryan is the new vet in town he walks through the doors at the diner where maise works. He quickly is more than attached to not just the apple pie but maise as well.
 
I really loved how sweet, gentle and caring Ryan was with Maise. It made my heart melt and made me fell all gooey inside. This is not smutt or graphic is simply is a candy sweet romance between two people who have been put through the ringer. I recommend this to everyone who is a romance fan of clean sweet romance books.
 
This book is avalible for download on amazon now
9th October 2014 

Sunday, 19 October 2014

Amanda bennet interview

AUTHOR INTERVIEW

WITH

AMANDA BENNETT


PLEASE WELCOME THE BUBBLY AND BRILLIANT AUTHOR BEHIND THE RAINE SERIES, AMANDA BENNETT



Hello Amanda,
Tell us a little about yourself

I like to think that what you see is what you get with me.
I am a mother, a wife, and an author. I absolutely love that I get to be a million different people in a million different places in my stories. I am a HUGE 49ers fan and my life would be incomplete without football... LOL. I am an avid reader and I spend as much time as I possibly can with my kids. 


How would you describe your books?

All of my books have a little bit of real life put into them with some raw, gritty emotional turns. If you don’t like sex, then you may not like most of my books. Ha-ha 


What genre is your work mainly? Do you tend to stay in the same vein or are you hoping (if not already) to explore new ventures?

Most of my books are in the New Adult category but lean a little bit more into contemporary romance. At the moment, I tend to stay with what I write, but I am currently in the process of working on a vampire/supernatural novel.


Share with us a quote from one of your favourite characters

“You did good, pretty girl. Damn good.” ~Madison “Cowboy” Raine from the Raine Series


















Is it hard to come up with new ideas and / or plots?

Not really. I tend to have very vivid and fun dreams, so that definitely helps with coming up with new material.


How long does it take you to complete a finished book?

I can usually finish a book and have it ready to publish in a little over a month. (If I’m lucky ;)


What inspired you to write your book?

I’ve led a pretty intense life thus far and my first book was my way of dealing with all of the raw emotion from my past. I’ve always had a passion for writing, but after I wrote my first book, I was hooked and I’ve been writing ever since.


Who is the easiest character to write for and why?

Hardest and why?














The easiest character for me to write is Madison Raine. I love writing a male’s perspective and with Madison, it just came naturally.

The hardest would be Bennett from the Broken Series. A lot of that series came from a few close broken realities and for me it was hard to get those down on paper just right.


Are your characters based on real people? People you may know on TV / Movie stars?

Most of my characters are based on people I know, but a few of my main guy characters I shape around the looks of a certain famous person.


Without giving anything away, what is / are your favourite scenes in your book?

I definitely love the intense scenes between the main characters. There is a sense of sensuality without being straightforward about it.


What's up next for you?

I’m currently working on the follow up to Protecting Lyndley, it is titled Chasing Carson and it is the second book in the U.S. Marshal Series. I’m also working on the fourth book in the Raine Series, which is Cami and Glenn’s story and it is titled This Courage of Mine.
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Do you have any hobbies?

I like to read, write, hang with my kids and husband, watch the 49ers play, play pool and I am a HUGE movie buff.


Is there anyone besides you in your family who writes?

My father used to write songs and poetry, but I am the only author…so far!


When did you start? What was your first piece?
First published piece.

I started writing when I was twelve, but my first book that was published was Time to Let Go back in 2008.


Do you have any favourite books or authors?

I have 2 all-time favorite books. Wuthering Heights is definitely my number one and I read it at least once a year. My second favorite is The Great Gatsby. Of course, I do like modern stories and romances but those two are my go to books when I want to get lost. I have quite a few authors that I absolutely love reading but there are just too many to list.


Out of all the books and stories, you've written which is your favourite?

My favorite thus far is The Broken Series. It definitely holds a special place in my heart.


Do you have a favourite character?

My favorite character would be Sloan from Misguided Heart. (For reasons I just can’t say ;)


What is your favourite genre to write?

I would have to say New Adult/College Age


What is your favourite genre to read?

I enjoy every genre really.


What are your favourite movies?

All-time favorite movie would be ‘Rebel Without A Cause’. (I’m obsessed with James Dean) I’m also obsessed with Pretty in Pink and Love Actually.


How long have you been writing?

I’ve been writing for 21 years…OMG that makes me sound so old.


Who or what has been your biggest literary influence.

My father. He used to write songs and poetry before he passed. And since the first time I read Wuthering Heights I absolutely fell in love with the written word and how with just a few simple sentences, you could be pulled into a world that is so amazing.


How difficult is it for you to come up with one of your amazing plots?

Honestly, they just come to me so it’s pretty easy to pick one.


How about characters? Are they easily born and developed?

I use a lot of personality traits from people I know, so their personalities are easy to do. Along the way, I find that the character speaks to me and that helps me fully develop them.


Do you find yourself a struggling writer?

If by struggling, you mean that I struggle to shower on a daily basis, or brush my hair, or eat…then yes...ha-ha I think to be a good writer you have to struggle. That’s what keeps me pushing myself forward.


About how long does it take you to take for you to complete a novel from concept to completion?

I can usually finish a full book in about 20-30 days


Have you ever trashed a novel or story before or after finishing it, feeling it wasn't turning out as you planned?

I’ve only done that once. I was about half way through, but then I got stuck. I couldn’t find a direction to take it that would have pleased me, so I trashed it.


Do you have a special time or place to write?

I like to write in my office in my house. It’s super comfy and quiet so I can’t hear my kids. I love to lock myself down there and just go to town. My favorite time to write is late at night. It sucks though because unfortunately, I need sleep to get my kids up and ready for school...LOL


Any funny experiences or quirks you'd like to share with your readers.

Every day is a funny experience when you have an 8 year old and a 3 year old. As far as quirks, I can’t sit down and eat…I do ballet around my kitchen or wherever I’m standing in my house.


Which one of your books would you like to see made into a movie?

How about all of them? No in all seriousness, I think it would be amazing if even one of them was made it into a movie, but I would choose The Broken Series. It’s very near and dear to my heart, and I think if it had the right people behind it, it would be amazing.


What is your favourite band/artist/song?

Ah, now this is super tough. I absolutely LOVE music, all kinds. I honestly don’t think I could narrow it down to just one favorite song or band. I like them all!!


What was it like to publish your first book?

It was a feeling I can’t quite explain or put into words, amazingly enough. It was a definite sense of accomplishment and pride. It was awesome rolled up in a ball of amazing.


What advice would you give to others who want to make writing their career?

Be willing to put in the time and effort. Writing isn’t an easy career. It takes patience and sacrifice. But in the end if you can make it, the sacrifice is totally worth it.


Do you ever get ideas at random moments, and if so how do you hang on to them?

All the time. I carry a pen and notebook in my purse at all times just for that reason.


How do you overcome writers block?

Music and exercise. I believe that music is a cure for anything.


Can you write on demand and under pressure, or do you need time and space before the creativity starts to flow?

I prefer to do it on my terms. Sometimes I need time and space. If I am pressured then I don’t feel my work is authentic or even good for that matter.


20TH OCTOBER 2014

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Lynette creswell

AUTHOR INTERVIEWWITHLYNETTE CRESWELL

PLEASE WELCOME THE BRILLIANT AND TALENTED AUTHOR BEHIND THE MAGIC TRILOGY, LYNETTE CRESWELL.


Tell us a little about yourself?

I am an author of several books and short stories. I have written the ‘Magic’ trilogy which is a fantasy series and a 10 minute light-hearted romance called, The Witching Hour. I have been writing ever since I could hold a pen and it’s my one true passion.

How would you describe your books?
They are fantasy books which have lots of twists and turns. Each chapter is filled with magical characters such as dragons, witches and powerful magicians and they take you to another world.

What genre is your work mainly? Do you tend to stay in the same vein or are you hoping (if not already) to explore new ventures?
At the moment I am still writing fantasy but my writing is very versatile. My first romance which is a short story has been published in America, hitting the bestsellers charts on Amazon and reaching number four. I have also written a short story about an old lady suffering with Dementia. The Generation Game won a writing competition in the UK and was made into short film. The story was narrated by the actress, Julie Peasgood and should be on the TV early next year.

Share with us a quote from one of your favourite characters?
‘My how people call me wicked, yet you Elveria,
you are truly poison.’ 
Taken from the book ‘Betrayers of Magic’ when
the witch confronts the elder mage.

Is it hard to come up with new ideas or plots?
No not really. I usually write a brief outline of a story and then I just start writing and see where the story takes me. It never ends as I expect and that to me is the joy of writing fiction.

The time scale varies depending on what’s happening in my life. For example, my first book took five years to write because I still had children living at home but Betrayers of Magic only took six months. It all depends how much free time I have because I now work at the local hospital and the hours sometimes vary. Defenders of Magic only took me six months to write because I was convalescing at home after a major operation.

Who is the easiest character to write for and why?
I find all my characters easy to write about. They are all in my head and I know their characteristics and moods. I find that I usually mould a character good or bad on someone I know and then ‘tweak’ them to suit my purpose.

Hardest and why?
I think King Foruisan, leader of the Nonhawk was the most difficult to write about because he’s not only mean but he also has quite a vicious streak which I wanted to show without being too graphic and upsetting some young readers.

Are your characters based on real people? People you may know on TV or Movie stars?
Not all my characters are based on real people but a few of them are. They are usually people closest to me or someone I have met who has left a lasting impression on me.

Without giving anything away, what is or are your favourite scenes in your book?
I have many but I think one of my most favourite scenes is from Betrayers of Magic when a powerful mage has a shocking secret revealed in the court of magic by the one person he never expected.

What's up next for you?
I am still debating whether to write a few more short stories or try my hand at a paranormal romance.

Do you have any hobbies?
Writing, writing, writing!

Is there anyone besides you in your family who writes?
There isn’t anyone who is taking it seriously but my son Gary has started to dabble!

When did you start writing?
I started writing whilst at junior school and carried on from there. I began to get articles published as a teenager in the local paper but didn’t start writing novels until my children were beginning to leave the nest.

What was your first published piece?
My first story was published in the school newsletter back in the 1980’s.

Do you have any favourite books or authors?
Yes tons! I adore Charles Dickens, Stephen King, Barbara Erskine, Nora Roberts and lots, lots more!

Out of all the books and stories you've written which is your favourite?
I truly don’t have a favourite but I am very proud of my first book Sinners of Magic. This is mainly because writing this story was such a massive learning curve for me. I remember waiting for my first review secretly dreading what they would say and when it was 5 stars I thought the reader was just being nice. Then when I started to receive more and more 5 star reviews that was when I realised all my hard work had paid off. Even now, readers contact me to let me know they love the book so much they have read it over and over again. For me, this speaks volumes about the content and considering it was my first book I personally think it’s an enormous achievement.

Do you have a favourite character?
This is a very difficult question because I truly love all my characters (good and bad). I don’t think I could choose one I’m afraid. I adore Crystal simply because she was my protagonist in the ‘Magic’ trilogy but I also care for her Elvin mother Amella and her ‘mortal’ mother Beatrice. The mighty warrior, Arhdel was so loyal to the princess that he should have a mention too. Of course there is also Niculmus DeGrunt, the handsome and headstrong apprentice who lives in the Kingdom of Nine Winters and who ignites teenage passion.

What is your favourite genre to write?
Most defiantly - Fantasy

What are your favourite movies?
Twilight, Harry Potter, The Shawshank Redemption, The Giver, The Book Thief, Thor.

How long have you been writing?
Since I could hold a pen.

Who or what has been your biggest literary influence?
Stephen King is a massive influence. He is so talented and I love the fact he is willing to share his vast knowledge with aspiring writers.

How difficult is it for you to come up with one of your brilliant plots?
I never know how my stories are going to end and so the plot usually unravels by itself. I do have a guide that I try to stick to so that I don’t go off on a tangent but on the whole; the plots usually come together on their own.

How about characters? Are they easily born and developed?
I usually decide what characters I need at the beginning of the story but one thing I’ve learned ... nothing ever goes to plan. Take my latest book, Clump, A Changeling’s Story. The main character is a Windigo, a changeling who is a monster by day and a wolf by night. This story was supposed to be about his life and although the plot does stay to true to my original idea, I have introduced Horith one of the other males of the tribe who was never supposed to be a lead character but has become a very important part of the story.

Have you ever trashed a novel or story before or after finishing it, feeling it wasn't turning out as you planned?
No, if I have written a full blown novel and I’m not happy with it I will simply work on it until I am.

Any funny experiences or quirks you'd like to share with your readers?
Yes, I was once doing a book signing in Grimsby, Lincolnshire and a lovely lady said she had brought me a gift. I was rather curious and then she handed me a cabbage! I didn’t quite know what to say but I smiled politely as she revealed she had been growing them and thought I might like one. I think I can say that it was the strangest gift I’d ever received.

Which one of your books would you like to see made into a movie?
All of them!!!

What is your favourite band or artist?
I adore listening to Ellie Goulding, Michael Buble, the Kaiser Chiefs, ELO.

What was it like to publish your first book?
It was awesome! I felt like my first child had been born all over again!

What advice would you give to others who want to be a writer?
Believe in yourself and your ability to write because if you don’t then nobody else will. It really is true. Even though you will find it tough at times being a writer, you have to be true to yourself and keep telling yourself you WILL make it one day.

Do you ever get ideas at random moments, and if so how do you hang on to them?
Yes, I do, especially when I’m sleeping which is very annoying because I then try and wake myself up so that I can write my ideas down. I always have a pen and paper with me wherever I go so that I don’t lose a single word. Sometimes I am in the car driving home from work so I have to pull over and use my phone so I don’t lose that moment of inspiration.

How do you overcome writers block and do you have a special place you like to write?
I have a few writer friends whom I meet with every few weeks. If I’m struggling with a scene or not quite sure where I’m going with the story, I’ll talk to them and it really helps. Also my husband is fantastic at creating new adventures and his imagination is quite amusing at times.

Can you write on demand and under pressure, or do you need time and space before the creativity starts to flow?
I can’t write under pressure. I need to sit and relax and really think about how to start a story. Once I am ‘in the zone’ the writing usually comes quite quickly but I want my writing to always be fun so I don’t wish to be pressurised by anyone to do it.


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