Monday 24 February 2014

Interview with Tara Brown PLUS Giveaway

Today we're chatting with author Tara Brown about her novel IN THE FADING LIGHT as part of her blog tour. Have a seat and grab a cuppa, and let's get to know Tara and her book.

Hi, Tara! Welcome to We Do Write. Tell us a bit about yourself. 

I am a Canadian author. I'm pretty eclectic in my genres and I like to say adventurous but it could just be bipolar.

How long have you been writing?

Since I was in first grade, published since first year college.

Tell us about IN THE FADING LIGHT. What’s the story about? 

The story is about a young woman who is trying to escape something horrid when she meets a man who she falls for. He has some serious baggage in the form of an Encantado named Lisle. The story twists and turns and when it ends I think most people will feel the ride they took. There is magic, mystery, betrayal, badass girls and hot guys, and some spicy romance. It is NA so I threw some sex in, I mean why not.

How did the idea of the story come to you? 

I saw the cover of a girl in a raven's feathered dress and just suddenly knew the story.

Do you have a critique group/partner or beta readers, or do you self-edit? 

I self edit, then we do alpha and beta and then I send to an editor who has a severe system and then we do a final beta. Pretty painful lol.

Are you a plotter or a pantser? 


What’s the hardest part of writing for you? 

Letting go afterward. I hang on sometimes and need a few hours of world of warcraft to numb my brain.

What do you absolutely have to have nearby when writing? 

Magic Bag hahahaha. My neck cramps up.

What are you reading right now? 

My own books doing back edit on old works. Yay me . . .

If you could have any super power, what would it be? 

To be invisible. Then I could people watch better. That sounds creepy doesn't it.

What's the weirdest thing you've googled? 

Sleep sex assault and the people who like to sit on balloons naked and pop them.

Okay, wow. That's a new one. Quick writing test! Use the following words in a sentence: fading, memorable, and sequins. 

In the back of my fading memory I recall her the way she was then, all dressed up in sequins and desperate to make everything memorable.

Finish this sentence: If I'm not writing, I'm probably ... 

shopping or playing world of warcraft thinking about cleaning or baking.

Here’s the part where you thank the people who are supporting you. Let's hear your shout outs.

Are you kidding? Do you have hours? Can I have pages or just take over the blog.
Wow. ok. Uhhhhhh

Triple M book club
Totally booked book blog
Tara's Roses
My entire readership on my page
Cambria Hebert
Cameo Renae
Shelly Crane
Jamie McGuire
Katy Austin
Erin Leigh
Andrea Burns
Steph Nelson
Regina Wamba
Kate Cowan
Yume my hair stylist
Brandi and JD my bad ass beta bastards
LP Dover
Alexia Purdy
Mel and Tabs
Peggy at le Squirrel
Carol Sales
Jessica Sorensen
all the bloggers who I can't recall off he top of my head but I love bloggers and reviewers. I don't know how y'all do it.
Lastly and never least my Nators. They are my street team and they are the best ever!!

And finally, where can people find you and your books online? 

This is the best place to reach me and this is the best place to buy books

Thanks for stopping by the blog, Tara! Good luck with your book!

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Thanks for having me xoxoxoxoxo
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1 comment:

Giselle said...

"people who like to sit on balloons naked and pop them" OMG this almost made me spit coffee all over my computer! Bahahahah! Great interview, ladies! This book sounds really good I'm excited for its release!