Interview and Book Review with
Emma L.Edwards Author of Sanguinary
First off I have to say I LOVED this book! the story line as great and so was the plot,I'm so glad the Author asked me to review this book.
The book started out a little slow for me and I was having trouble with getting into it at first,but once I got to about the third chapter I was hooked.Angle Harris is this young women who loves vampires and also loves to writ,but is struggling to get anyone to publish her work.She finally get a break at the news paper where she is currently working,but soon quits her job when she fall head over hills in love the with the leader of the band she is supposed to be doing a story about,mean while there is a vampire killer on the lose and he has eyes for Angle.
I don't really want to say to much about this,I hate spoilers. So much goes on in this book and Angel pretty much just goes threw hell and back.I felt so bad for her what with all the heartache and betrayal she goes threw.I was shocked at who the bad guy in this book was but then again I wasn't,I knew it was between 3 guys in Angels life and was glad it was not the two guys I liked the most.I was sad with the way things ended but I also think it mite have been for the best.I loved how the story just kept getting deeper and deeper and the suspense was killing me.I can't wait to read the second book that's coming out,i'm diying to see what awaits for Angle next.
Q: How did you get interested in this writing this particular genre?
A: Since watching The Lost Boys when I was a teenager I’v always had a thing about vampires, so it was inevitable really that my writing would involve them.
Q: Do you have any favorite author's or books?
A: I love all of Stephen King and Anne Rice’s books. More recently though, since becoming an Indie author myself I have found a lot more works by other Indies and have discovered some great new authors
Q: What is the best thing about being a author?
A: Telling a story and have people enjoy it! There’s nothing better than someone saying to me that they have read one of my books and loved it.
Q: Do you have a favorite part in your book Sanguinary?
A: There are so many! One of my favorites is the ending scene. There are lots of others, like where Ash and Angel first meet.
Q: If you could work with any author who would it be?
A: I’m not sure about that one! I am going to be involved in an anthology with other authors next year, so I’m looking forward to that.
Q: Will Ash ever really except who he really is and put an end to his self destruction?
A: Ash is going to face a lot more trials in Imbrued, how he deals with them and how he comes out the other side will remain to be seen...
Q: Will there be anything more to Angle and Jay then just friendship that you can tell us?
A: I can’t say too much as I don’t want to give away any spoilers but the relationship between Angel and Jay continues to develop in Imbrued and there are a few shared moments, but there will always be Ash...
Q: Have you always wanted to be a author?
A: Absolutely, I never actually thought it would happen though! I’v enjoyed writing from a young age but I ended up working in Business Administration. It’s only since giving up work when my children were born and since the children have gotten older that I’ve had the time to write and publish my first book.
Q: why are so many of the male characters attracted to Angle?
A: Firstly, she is physically attractive but I think in the case of some male characters they then become more attracted to her because of her personality. She just seems to have a certain something that attracts the men. There will be further developments to this in future books.
Author Biography : Neo-gothic Welsh wordsmith Emma Edwards has written since childhood. She worked in Business Administration, married and nurtured her beloved kids, but it was only when they started to get older that she had the time to create, write and publish her first novel Sanguinary and more recently the follow up, Imbrued.
At thirteen, Emma watched The Lost Boys and ever since, she's had a thing about vampires, so it was inevitable that they would be the focus of her debut novel. She doesn't just write paranormal though; there are projects on the way that are grounded in reality like concrete.
Emma's writing style is sassy, sharp, dynamic, uncompromising and tends to the dark side. Let's just say it's never going to be rainbows and fluffy bunnies with Emma. Okay, there is one fluffy bunny in Imbrued, but he doesn't last long!
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