Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Crossroads Blog Tour: Day 4

Today, find out who Amanda Ashby would take out in the battle for the Princess Bride's sweet Wesley, and what Christine Fonseca needs in a great series. It's Day 4 of the The Crossroads Blog Tour!

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In a battle for sweet Wesley, would you rather take on Inigo Montoya, Vizzina or Fezzik? Why? 

Well, since I have spent the last ten years learning to hold a sword in both hands, Inigo would be no problems and as for Vizzina, I know an abundance of big words (including wheelbarrow and skedaddle) so I think I’d have his measure and the obvious way to defeat Fezzik is to just tickle the big guy. Unfortunately, I think the real person standing in-between me and the delicious Wesley would be that pesky Buttercup. I mean she looks all innocent and sweet but I secretly think she’s a biter!

Cassidy, your protagonist in Demonosity has a great sense of style. From where does she draw her inspiration – and what does it say about her character?

I know some people get into vintage clothing because they have a particular style icon like Audrey or Marilyn but Cassidy’s inspiration comes from her best friend Nash, a renaissance obsessed genius who dresses like Adam Ant and the Scarlett Pimpernel’s love child. Plus, she gets the added bonus that her vintage wardrobe totally pisses off her mom!

Newest/Upcoming Release: Demonosity
Twitter: @amandaashby

You mention on your blog that you often have a hard time reading series. What has to be in place for you to love it?

Great question. For me, everything is always about the characters. So, if the series does a good job with the character arcs, doesn’t repeat the same plot/story/arc over and over, then I love it. Having writing a series now, I can tell you from experience that accomplishing this is much easier said than done!

Please share a 140-character blurb of your book Dominus.

Sometimes death is the only way to save a life as sacrifices prove wanting in Dominus, the breathtaking conclusion to the Requiem Series.

Newest/Upcoming Release: Dominus
Twitter: @chrstinef

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