My CP Melissa Petreshock's blog ("The Dragon Blog") has posted my 6x3 (six questions, three answers per each) interview. You can read it there, or continue scrolling.
Her Introduction to Me: Today I'm thrilled to welcome my friend and beta reader, Zara Hoffman onto my blog for the 6x3. Zara's a talented young author releasing her first YA book, The Belgrave Daughter, next month, a book I'm looking forward to telling you more about during her blog tour visit here November 27th, and a book you should definitely add to your TBR list on Goodreads!
My dragons adore her and are quite happy to roar out a generous welcome to this lovely young lady, so let's get started and find out how 6x3=Zara Hoffman!
Aw, thanks, Melissa, for such a wonderful introduction! And now, I'll repost the actual interview.
1. The blurb summary for The Belgrave Daughter sounds interesting, yet at the same time, there’s been a host of angel/demon books coming out on the market recently. Tell us 3 elements to your book that make it stand out from the crowd, give it a unique twist readers will feel makes it compelling and well worth their time and money.
2. You’re fortunate to live the exciting NYC life. What are 3 ways you’d say living there has affected your interest in writing and decision to pursue a career as an author?
Melissa's Closing Note: So, there you go, Zara Hoffman wrapped up in a dragon's egg with magic, the city that never sleeps, and the truth about how she annoys me. ;-) Thanks for taking part, Zara! The Dracopraesi and I were happy to host you on the blog and welcome you back any time!
MY Closing Note: Hope you had fun reading this interview as much as I did answering the questions! Feel free to comment below, follow me on my social networks (top right corner of the screen), and show some love to Melissa Petreshock by checking out her website, twitter, and Facebook.
10/31/16 Update: The Belgrave Legacy is available for purchase now!
I'm a self-published author— because being a college student wasn't hard enough! I write YA multi-genre fiction for young adults or the young at heart. I love This Is Us, NCIS, BBC's Sherlock,
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