Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Get busy reading and go find out what I'm talking about. I'd love to hear other readers thoughts on Dani's decision in chapter 11.
Sunday, January 29, 2012
One of the best parts of Songbird is that just about everyone can understand Dani's pain when it comes to this. How many of you have had a crush, or been in love, knowing your feelings aren't returned they way you want? Angela does such a great job of taking those emotions we've all felt and using them to let readers really connect with Dani.
Saturday, January 28, 2012
There are defining moments in life when everything changes. For Dani Mays, it was the day she witnessed her father kill her brother. Now seventeen years-old, she still hasn’t put it behind her. After Jace’s death, she bounced between her alcoholic mother and foster homes, until she found a permanent place. And a reason to want to stay: Reece Tyler. He’s her best friend, yet Dani wants more from Reece. Faced with losing Reece, Dani struggles to define his place in her life and escape the influence her memories of her brother’s death have over her choices. Even as she weaves the pieces of her heart back together, the past becomes more than a memory when a former foster brother reappears and Dani begins receiving threatening phone calls.
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Tuesday, January 3, 2012
1) What was your inspiration for Eolyn?
2) Did you read a lot of fantasy growing up, or is fantasy a more recent find?
3) How did you decide what the rules of your magic system and world would be?
4) Your world, story, and characters are very complex and rich. How long did it take you to work out all the details of your story line?
5) How is the sequel to Eolyn progressing? Can you tell us a little about High Maga?
6) What books are you reading right now?
7) What is your writing process like? Any interesting rituals or techniques?
8) Who is your favorite author?
Monday, January 2, 2012
Normally I'm not a big fan of starting your character off as a child and working to adulthood in a small portion of the book because it often comes off choppy and rushed. Fits does a great job of not rushing through Eolyn's childhood, but she does a fabulous job of capturing the innocence of a child and progressively developing Eolyn into a mature young woman. N