Late last year, around August, I was asked to read and review one of her books, "Fire Burn & Cauldron Bubble", and of course is was amazing. If you haven't read my review yet you must just click here.Shortly after I reviewed the first book I had H.P. on my blog for a Author Spotlight. I would like to share a little of that with you now.
Can you tell us a little about yourself?Sure, I'm 33 and I'm married and have a 17 month old son. I live in California although I lived in the UK for two years--Cambridge and Edinburgh, and that's where I was bitten by the writing bug!
When and why did you begin writing?I began while living in Cambridge, England and it was basically because I was living in such a magical place, I felt the need to be creative. You can't help but think of great stories when confronted with such awesome history!
What do you think makes a story great?It has to be something that keeps you up late at night and something you can't put down--a page turner. And it really doesn't have to do anything with subject matter. As long as it's a page turner...
Now about "Fire Burn & Cauldron Bubble:
If you could describe this book in one sentence what would it be?The story of a woman finding herself and dealing along the way with love, fear, comedy and hope.
How did you come up with the title?Love that you asked me this question! No one has asked this yet and it's from . It's when the witches are chanting--they say: Double Double Toil and Trouble, Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble!
We all have to know. Who designed the cover?LOL well, I did the design. I need to caveat this by saying I purchased the images and then added the Halloweeny backgrounds, changed hair and eye color and added the text in photoshop. Yay photoshop!
And my favorite question and answer was this one: (I'm so glad I gave her that chance and you need to too.)
Is there anything you want to say?I just want to thank you and all my readers for giving my books a chance. I know there are so many choices out there for you all to read and it really means a lot to me when someone takes a chance on me!
I am now reading Toil and Trouble its making me fall in love with her writing all over again I can't wait to read her Dulcie O'Neil Series.
Thanks for stopping on my blog for the blog tour and its been great having you here.