At the end of the post, you will find links back to Solera as well as the people who will be blogging next week!
Also, I'll be gifting a free e-copy of pRevealing Hamilton so leave a comment for a chance to win! :)
What is the title of your book? pRevealing Hamilton
Where did the idea come from for the book? I wanted to know more about what happened a short time before Revealing Hamilton begins.
What genre does your book fall under? I'd say it's a combination of paranormal (which comes more into play in Revealing Hamilton), suspense, thriller.
Which actors would you choose to play your characters in a movie? Dead or alive? Amy Lee, Brandon Lee, Allison Sweeney, Allison Hannigan, Reese Witherspoon, etc...
What is a one sentence synopsis of your book? The end of one era marks the beginning of the next.
Will your book be self published or represented by an agency/publisher? Represented by a publisher
How long did it take you to write the first draft of your manuscript? It's a short story so only a few weeks.
Who or what inspired you to write this book? Amelia's twisted world of JackRabbit7 that began as a sprout and has festered into an out of control garden.
Amelia Hamilton is trying to bury a haunting past and lead a normal life. Surrounded by an abusive boyfriend, greedy boss and secretive friends, Amelia's head is swimming as she tries to uproot the skeletons in their closets. The end of a pleasant day at Alki Beach in Seattle turns sour, nudging her life in an unexpected direction. Quickly, she'll learn one decision can cause a domino effect and she's in deeper than she ever thought possible. After all, the end of one era marks the beginning of the next.
Solera Winters: http://solerawinters.weebly.com
Lainy Lane: http://www.lainylane.com/blog.html
Christine Hughes: http://christine-hughes.com/
Chris Weigand: http://www.weigandchris.com/
Sarah Jayne Carr is a novelist who can be found most evenings with a cup of tea in-hand and her imagination racing from plot to plot. When away from her work, part of her mind is constantly brainstorming her next story and she always has writing paraphernalia within reach.
She wrote stories as a child, but became more serious about her passion during her twenties. In her spare time, she likes to read, splash in mud puddles, smell bookstores and eat Honeycrisp apples. Yearly, she participates in NaNoWriMo and has mentored others through the program. Due to her dedication to National Novel Writing Month, she is part of an amazing writing group.
Born and raised in Washington State, Sarah still resides in the area. Her life is richly filled with her supportive, yet swashbuckling husband and their golden Nugget.