Pamela Aares Interview

 

Hello my favorite little munchkins. How are you all doing today? I am getting everything ready for when I go back to school tomorrow which is kind of bumming me out. I am reading another book today. I am literally murdering my reading goal and at the rate in which I am reading I may be able to finish my goal in less than 3 months. IMAGINE THAT? READING 100 BOOKS IN LESS THAN THREE MONTHS. I WOULD BE THE NEXT READING QUEEN. I AM CALLING THAT MYSELF NOW.

I AM THE MUNCHKIN, HUFFLEPUFF AND READING QUEEN.

Anyways how many books have you read already? What is your reading goal? What is your favorite book so far? What are your most anticipated reads of 2018? Do you have any major plan during this year. Do you have any project that are coming out in the next couple of years, if so tell everyone down below in the comment.

Anyways why don’t we get ahead into the Interview and then later the book review?

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What is your writing kryptonite?

Passion! I find that my stories take on a life of their own and have such power
that it keeps my fingers flying. I love it when the characters take on depth and
humor and fascinating and surprising attributes I would never have suspected
when I started the books.

What made you want to write this book?

If you’re asking about UNTIL LOVE FINDS YOU, two things: Evan showed up, a
tech billionaire lost although he’s at the top of his game. His passion for bees
leads him onto a fierce path that leads to love. Second, I have always held a
tendre for Alpha males who are generous of heart and brilliant. Evan is both
and I had to write his love story. As it turns out, love is what leads him back into
the delights and joys of life.

If you could tell your younger writing self something, what would it be?

Never underestimate how much work writing can be! Plan in extra time for
those days when characters take a left turn and when the writer has to go
along for the ride and then make sense of it all. Always respect the time and
heart of readers. And write the books you want to read. It was this aspect that
led me to writing in the first place. I wasn’t finding books with mystery, passion
and heart that gripped my soul. So I had to write them!

Have you ever had difficulty coming up with an idea for your story?

Never. I have so many ideas and so many characters clamoring that their
stories be told– I only wish I could write faster.

As a writer what would your spirit animal be?

This year it would be the lion. Courage and sense of community. Lions look out
for their group- it’s called a pride- and they have such courage. It take courage
to be a writer, to trust the inner voice.

While you were editing your book what were some thoughts that were going
through your mind?

I have an amazing professional editor and I work with her to make my books
sing. Unlike many writers, I love the revision process– it’s like spicing a dish
once you’ve combined all the ingredients, using creativity and passion and
discernment so all the flavors bloom and thread through the senses.

What word would sum up your book.?

Enthralling.

Do you believe in writer’s block?

Nope. But I do believe that it’s critical to plan out one’s time so there’s plenty

How much research do you do for your books?

Tons. Every book of mine delves deeply into subjects that require clear
knowledge of the world and facts. I love that readers come away from having
read one of my books and feel that they have touched into a new world of
fascination.

When did you decide that you wanted to become a writer?

I had produced many films for PBS and I wanted to to have the freedom to tell
even stronger, more compelling stories. And I wanted to showcase the deep
and profound power of love, allurement and attraction. That’s why I love
romance!

What is the easiest part of writing that you consider?

The easiest part is the inciting ideas. The hardest part is wrestling ideas and
characters into stories that will transport readers and give them the story
experience that they long for in their deepest hearts.

How long on average does it take you to write a book?

Six months to a year.

How do you market your books?

Readers who love my books are the key to marketing. I love that readers jump
into the Tavonesi Series and do marathon reads, loving every one of the books.
That means so much to an author!

How can your readers discover more about you and your work?

Hop over to my website- http://www.pamelaaares.com and you can also grab
two free books, the start of the series by becoming part of my VIP Reader List.
It’s the best way to know about deals and new releases coming up.
Thank you for hosting me! I love being part of such a vibrant, big-hearted
community of people who love great stories.

You can go to this link HERE to see my review on Until Love Finds You by Pamela Aares.

 

 


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