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Interview with Sharie Anne

She is a loving wife, mother, and grandmother. She is always telling stories to the children and having the children make up stories a well. She loves to read, write, cook, bake, arts and crafts, sewing, and crocheting.

Q.1 Tell us something about yourself not many people know?
. I like to root for the bad guy sometimes.

Q.2 Do you have any upcoming books?
Kiss of the Blood Moon was just released in 01/2021 and I am working on book 2 Call of the Blood Moon.

Q.3 When did you decide to write Kiss of the Blood Moon?
March of 2020.

Q.4 How do you come up with the name of your book?
I had a hard time choosing, but it is about a vampire and a witch, and there was the full Blood Moon out at the time of me coming up with a title.

Q.5 If you could tell your younger writing self anything, what would it be?
Start at a younger age, follow your dreams.

Q.6 How do you select the name of your characters?
Very carefully they all have a meaning to their names. I selected their names based on that and what part of the story they would be a part of. Where they came from and their personality.

Q.7 What do you find difficult about writing Paranormal Romance?
I have a very vivid imagination. The most difficult thing is to remember what powers I gave to each of the characters and to come up with spells.

Q.8 How long does it take you to write a book?
. About 4-5 months.

Q.9 What were your feelings when your novel was accepted/when you first saw the cover of the finished product?
Shock and awe. I still can't believe that it got published!

Q.10 What is one stereotype about fantasy writers is absolutely wrong? What one stereotype is dead on?
I'm not sure how to answer this question. I just started my dream of writing and have only one published book. But I would think that one stereotype that is dead on is a little nerd in each of us.

Q.11 Do you have any unique and quirky writing habits?
I get on a writing binge just to get my story out then I go back to fill in details and edit.

Q.12 Do you believe in writer’s block? If yes, how do you deal with it?
Yes at times I just stare at the screen. Needing more for a scene that I think may be too short. When this happens, I just stop take a nap or play with the kids I try to relax.

Q.13 If you could be a member of any fantasy race, which would you choose and why?
Vampires! for sure. I think they are sexy and mystical.

Q.14 What is your favorite book from other authors and why?
Omg this is so hard but my most favorite book right now is by Kresley Cole and it is her YA book called Poison Princess: The Arcana Chronicles.

Q.15 How does your family/friends feel about your book or writing venture in general?
They are supportive and proud of me.

Q.16 How do you develop your plots and characters? Do you use any set formula?
I do not use a formula, I have a very vivid imagination. I think up a bad guy what he/she would want how would they get it. What is the weakest link where can their plan be ruined, how can the good guys win, or if I should let the bad guys rule. I like to add lots of twists to keep my readers on their toes.

Q.17 What advice do you have for aspiring authors?
Never give up, grow from the feedback and you must have thick skin. Not everyone is going to love your work.

Q.18 What is the most difficult thing about writing characters from the opposite sex?
Thinking from a man's point of view. To make him masculine, and vulnerable at the same time.

Q.19 Who designed your book covers?
Page publishing and myself.

Q.20 Share the experience of your journey so far?
It has been a rollercoaster ride of emotions and nerves.

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