Read below for an author interview:
What was your favorite scene to write?
I honestly loved writing the opening two chapters and that scene that played out there. The energy was so high, and I love writing that kind of vivid suspense. It’s my favorite. It also felt very refreshing writing and reacquainting myself to all the characters on a new level there.
What was the hardest scene to edit out?
The hardest, was probably one particular kiss scene that plays out toward the end. I’m not going to give spoilers away, but I must have changed and rewritten that a million times until I decided on exactly how I wanted that to really play out. I was torn in a lot of ways.
How many books will be in this series?
As of now, unfortunately I see it closing here. This does not mean there won’t be another book down the road, but as of now, my writing and life, have taken some different turns.
Did any music inspire you while writing this book?
I always listen to music when I write, but I find most of my inspiration with epic instrumental compilations, so there isn’t really one particular title involved. I like instrumental orchestrated music themes.
What is the best book you’ve read recently?
“Death Masks,” by Jim Butcher. I’m a fantasy adventure freak, and have falling in love with this series.
What is currently in your TBR pile?
The rest of the Dresden Files is on my list at the moment. I’m far behind on the series since discovering it late, and want to finish it.