Now, down to why you're really here, author K.W McCabe was kind enough to answer a few questions for us as well as give us the link to her rafflecopter, so check it out below and join so you have a chance at winning a copy of her book, Dragon's Call. Here's a blurb and a cover image:
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1.) Where did the idea for your book come from? I actually wanted to write a YA paranormal story, but was totally sick of anything to do with vampires, zombies, the undead in general.... So I thought - why not dragons?!
2.) How long have you been writing? Did you know early on that writing is something that you wanted pursue? I've been writing small stories and poetry since I was five (obviously nothing worth reading lol) I never thought about pursuing writing because I actually wanted a career that would leave me financially stable. It wasn't until I heard of authors actually making a living off of their writing, that I decided to focus on it more intently.
3.) Was there a particular scene in the book that you enjoyed writing more then others? I really enjoyed writing Todd's scenes. Just the idea of dragons flying and fighting is really fantastic imagery.
4.) Do you have a favorite character that you've created? Maybe one that you wish was real? If so, why? I think out of all the stories I've written, Thomas Lord of Death is my fave. I really love dark and twisted characters for some reason :-D
6.) What do you enjoy most about writing? When a knew idea hits you like a brick and you have to write it down. Love that feeling.
7.) Do you have a specific process when you write? Process? Well, coffee first, then plumping up the pillows and blankets to support my back, then I do a little check in with fellow authors, do a blog post, then get to writing :-)
8.) Is there anything else you'd like us to know about your writing or your book that we didn't mention? Not much - the best time to write is when the internet is off though - or really late at night when half the world is asleep :-)
Thanks, K.W! If you're interested in finding out more about her and her work, check out these links:
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