One of the priso- errr… visitors in my basement has been knocking on my basement door for a while now, when asked why she was making such a ruckus she said that she was busy so I decided to be a nice captivator for once and picked her for this week. So let’s jump right into my five questions.
– Would you consider writing in collaboration with someone else.
Yes. I have a project in mind that is kind of a spin off of the Sons series and someone I would love to work with on it. I also have some ideas for anthologies I would love to be involved in. Sort of a same world – different authors kind of thing.
– Where do your ideas come from?
Dialogue prompts are my favourite source for ideas. Sometimes I find them on Pinterest and some just come to me. But I have built entire story arcs based on one random piece of dialogue. And then the prompt itself doesn’t even make it to the final cut.
– Do you live a romantic life.
That is a highly subjective question. In the traditional sense? No. But I am married to one of the few people who truly gets me. We’re raising a teenager who seems to understand our warped sense of humour. And I am surrounded by people who genuinely care about me. If I had to romantacise the life I want, I’m living it. I could do without all the bills, though.
– Would you let your grandmother read your work.
No. She would be extremely proud and would purchase it. And then she’d scold me for bad language, for messing with the english language, for killing perfectly nice people. And I really don’t want to think about her reading sex scenes. Mine or anyone else’s really.
– What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
The idea that I might be missing out on something important. I know it sounds a little inspirational, but it’s not. I have major FOMO. In fact it’s the one thing that counteracts my introverted nature, otherwise I’d stay indoors all the time.
– Tell us about your current project.
The Witch’s Pride is book 1 in the Sons of Rebellion series. The series deals with a family of fallen angels and their love interests as they try to balance love, work, family and magic. In Book 1 we meet Jet. A fallen healer angel, ER doctor and head of his family. He falls for Laken, a fellow ER doctor and single mother who has secrets of her own. Some she is not even aware of.
Lynn Miller lives in Johannesburg, South Africa. Her love for storytelling started before she was able to read or write but she only found the time to pursue this lifelong passion once she sold her software business. Her magical tales weave the blurred grey between good and evil with love, family and friendship.
When she’s not writing, you can find her curled up with a cup of coffee and her kindle. She has always enjoyed both Romance and Urban Fantasy, and she writes in the genre that encompasses both: Paranormal Romance. She’s an outdoorsy city girl – comfortable at a campsite with her family or enjoying cocktails with her girlfriends.
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