Friday, April 19, 2013

Interview and Review for the Work of HushHushHush

I have found a couple of books that had caught my eye in wattpad. This books are amazing and  I think you  guys should check it out.

Where are you from?

I'm from the hot city of of Mesa, Arizona.:)

What age did you begin writing?

Around twelve I believe.

Give us the titles and genre of your books.

I actually have four stories out so I'll give you those four- My first story is 'Demon' which is erotic. My

 second story is 'Seven Sexy Sins' which is also erotic. Another story called 'The Lost Girls' and it's Romance/Thriller. And last but not least, my newest story is a Romance/Teen Fiction called 'The Compromise.':)

How did you come up with the titles of your books?

The titles I choose are usually just what I think is the main plot of the story is.

Tell us a little bit about your cover art. Who designed it?  Why did you go with that particular image/artwork?

Demon, The Lost Girls, and Seven Sexy Sins were designed by me, but The Compromise was made by the amazing, _primadonna!

Who is your favorite character from your books and why?

My favorite character out of all my stories has to be Scarlet from 'The Lost Girls.' She's so strong but has this vulnerability about her that shows how  young she is. She also has this poetic mindset that my other characters don't have-she looks at life differently.

How about your least favorite character? What makes them less appealing to you?

Hmm . . . my least favorite- I'd have to say Spencer Dan from 'The Compromise' because he's a total creep.

If you could change one thing on your books, what would it be? Why?

I don't think I'd change anything about my books, they're my babies and they come from my heart and mind. I guess I wish I could do them justice with my writing.

Give us an interesting fun fact of few of your books.  

I don't know, well, I have one-the story 'Demon' was actually an erotic dream I had one  night *blush* but I think that's about it.:)

What was the hardest thing of writing your books?

Trying to find the right pace and wording- I have a hard time with both of those.

Did you learn anything from writing your books and what was it?

I guess I've learned not to be afraid to put my work out there because there are so many amazing and supportive people on Wattpad that will give yo advice and kind critic.

Do you have any advice for other writers?

NEVER let anyone tell you you aren't good at writing because if you are serious and try your hardest, readers will be able to read that off the page. Also never be offended by critic- let it help you and take it to mind.

Do you have anything specific that you want to tell your readers?

I really and truly are thankful for all you guys! You all are so amazing and supportive! It really means a lot! Love you! <3 <3 <3

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Review Time:

Title: Demon

Author: HushHushHush

Rating: 5/5

Genre: Romance/Non-Teen Fiction

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Book Description:

Lucy nipped his collarbone and hear a very distinct growl tickle her ear.

He struggled, wrestling harder than before trying to break free with little success. Realizing she had probably taken it farther than she meant to, Lucy pulled back only to be startled by his ferocious expression.
Her breath caught, lungs forgetting to draw air.

His teeth were clenched and barred, and there was no mistaking the look in his eyes.

"Take the damn chains off now."

What I think:

Demon, what a great story and there is good news,  is only in the beginning stages. Meaning there's more amazing things to come. If you love erotic, fun, sexy, romance- this is the book for you. I do warn you, the sex scenes are really vivid, but they are so wonderful written you wouldn't be able to stop reading. Also if you are under age, please don't read the book, is rated R.

Love how wild her imagination is, I wish I could write like that. From the first word you get hooked and even thought there only one chapter, you would enjoy it so much.

Lucy is a very unique character, her qualities would made you fall in love with her, I know I did.

Book Link:

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Review Time:

Title: Seven Sexy Sins

Author: HushHushHush

Rating: 4/5

Genre: Romance/ Non-Teen Fiction

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Book Description:

Warning- this story is erotica. Not for anyone under 18. Read at your own risk.

This is a series of short stories having to do with the Seven Deadly Sins.

Sit back and get ready for some sexy, yummy, slow, intense, wild, hot, and cute little love scenes.:)

What I think:

Just like description say this story is not for anyone under 18. I think is a great idea to write different short stories about Seven Deadly Sins, the title say it all. Lust, the first short story of this collection is a well written.  Just the first sentence would glue you to your seat making you want to read more. I recommend this story to anyone who loves a nice erotica story.

The beginning of the story is amazing, I mean I was shock on how descriptive the whole thing was. So vivid, you could feel like you were there.  Characters, what can I say about them? Well, they are well developed and their actions would made you either love them or hate them. 

Melody is a girl that all she desires is for someone to love her the right way. Tommy is the perfect person for that. He is sexy, handsome and everything a woman could want in a guy. This story is only five pages, but you will want to read it over and over again, I know I did.

How about we talk about the Gluttony, the second short story in this incredible collection. Anyone that wants to seduce their husband in the right way, this would be the perfect story for you. 

Lizze is a very determined girl and she gets exactly want she want no matter what.  She's a character that anyone could relate to. Louis seemed like a really sexy guy and I love the way the author developed him, any girl would love to have a fantasy with him.

Both stories are descriptive and everything flows really well. Please check it out and you won't regret it, I promise.

Book Link:i

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Review Time:

Title: The Lost Girls

Author: HushHushHush

Rating: 5/5

Genre: Romance/ Thriller-Mystery

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Book Description:

I am one of the lost girls.

I am broken. I am lonely. I am scared.

I am lost.

I can't be found.

What I think:

I was literally lost from words when I read The Lost Girls. The emotions were so vivid I felt them myself. It makes you think about your own life. Everything was written thoughtfully and with enough details to make you feel what the characters were feeling. A breathtaking,  beautiful story.

Scarlett has a voice of her own, she is a well developed character. She struggles a lot and sometimes she feel like she's lost and there is not a way out. I wish there was more than two chapters, so I could read more. I know the author would bring more surprises and more emotion to the story. 

If you want a story filled with romance, emotions, thrilled, and mystery- this is the story for you. Please check it out, it wouldn't let you down.

Book Link

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Review Time:

Title: The Compromise

Author: HushHushHush

Rating: 4/5

Genre: Romance/Teen Fiction

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Book Description:

"A bad boy can be very good for a girl"

What I think:

What I can say about The Compromise? Well is definitely another great story by HushHushHush. The story has a very unique story line. The descriptions are right to the point and it has enough details to make you understand what is going on. 

Zoe is a girl that everyone could relate to. She wants to meet a nice guy and fall in love. Just like some of us, she believes there is someone out there for everyone, and her mission is to find the one for her. I love how well  her character is developed and how realistic her emotions  are.

The story is in the beginning stages but I recommend you to read The Compromise. 

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Monday, April 8, 2013

Interview and Review for French Kiss by LMKate11

Calling all readers, I have found another amazing book in Wattpad. I recommend reading French Kiss by LMKate11. Lets meet the author behind this amazing find.

Where are you from?

I'm from a small town in Oklahoma originally?

What age did you begin writing?

I've been writing for as long as I can remember. When my cousins and I were little, we would write plays and put them on for our parents. And in 3rd grade I wanted my friend to take one of my manuscripts to the children's author she went to church with.

Give us the tittle and genre of your book.

My book is called French Kiss, and is a humorous romance story.

How did you come up with the title of your book? 

Honestly, it was sort of lane. The story starts with my main character arriving in Paris . . . so I just went the French thing. 

Tell us a little bit about your cover art. Who designed it? Why did you go with that particular image/artwork?

Actually right now, the awesome angel_ray2 is designing a cover for me because the one I made looks awful.

Who is your favorite character from your book and why?

I'm a big of Jean-Luc. I always have some character that just gets people, and he is definitely that character. He is the quiet intuitive type.

How about your least favorite character? What makes them less appealing to you?

You know, I'm not sure I have a character I dislike. . . but I feel frustrated with my main character. She has some of the qualities I dislike in myself (like her social anxiety) and so I really route for her to step it up and put herself out there.

If you could change one thing on your book, what would it be? Why?

That's a tough one . . . I don't know. It's not finished yet. So somewhere down the line I'll probably wish I'd written something different.

Give us an interesting fun fact or few of your book.

Well, all the french stuff in it should be pretty accurate considering I'm pursuing a degree in French . . . I guess one fun thing is that in my head, Romain has some Romanian (aka gypsy) ancestry, which I find ironic because his name is Romain . . . but I doubt that'll ever come up in the book.

Is there a message in your book you want readers to grasp?

Yes. I hope that the struggles Beth has experienced in her life will help other people. And I think it is important that nothing overly dramatic ever had happen to her, yet she struggles with being happy. I guess in the end, I hope people see the importance of love and how it heals everybody.

What was the hardest thing of writing your book?

The freaking accent marks. I would sometimes change a piece of dialogue just because I didn't want to search for the accent mark that went on a word. Microsoft makes it hard for some of the less common marks. 

Did you learn anything from writing your book and what was it?

I always learning from writing. I think mostly, I learn about me. But I don't think my lesson is through yet, so I can't say just what it is. 

Do you have any advice for other writers?

Write, write, write, read everything you get you hand on, and write.

Do you have anything specific that you want to tell your readers?

Just thank you for your support. It definitely keeps me motivated.

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Review Time:

Title: French Kiss

Author: LMKate11

Rating: 4/5

Genre: Romance/ Teen Fiction

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Book Description:

No French, no problem. Home-body Beth suddenly finds herself spending her summer in Paris with her aunt. And while most girls would be thrilled to death, Beth can't keep herself from wishing she could return to California and her mother. She decides, however, to make the best of her trip, and soon, some unlikely relationships develop. The question is, will Beth be able to keep her new friends once her world is collapsing around her.

What I think:

There is not a lot I can say, because the book is in the beginning stages, but I can honestly tell you that what I read so far is wonderful. The descriptions are so vivid, I felt like I was there. Love how the author use their vocabulary.

I also love how the characters are developing so well, especially Beth. She's a girl we can all relate to as she struggles with spending the summer in Paris, when all she wants is to spend it in California with her mom. I honestly know how she feels, because I been in positions were I had to do things I'm not so happy with, but in reality we all do stuff we don't like. She meets new people who becomes her friends and help her deal with this new experience. But soon new problems would arise and friends would become enemies and enemies would become friends.

Every chapter leaves you wanting more. French Kiss has a little bit for everyone, romance, adventure, and much more. So please click on the link below and check it out, you won't regret it. French Kiss is a must read.

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Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Interview and Review for Bound by WritingGals

Guess what? I have found an amazing book in Wattpad. I highly suggest you read Bound by WritingGals. However, before I could tell you about the book, we should get to know the Author behind the book.  She was sweet enough to answer some questions for me.

Where are you from?

Big ole Texas!

What age did you begin writing?

Hmm, I begin writing for my own enjoyment at around age 11.

Give us the title and Genre of your book.

Bound- Romance/Non-Teen Fiction

How did you come up with the title of your book?

Well my co-writer, Ela, she basically help me brainstorm up some ideas. We wanted a simple book name; one that catches a person's eye. Also since it was sort of a 'forced' marriage between Eleanor and Parker, they're like bound to each other.

Tell us a little bit about your cover art. Who designed it? Why did you go with that particular image/ artwork?

I design my own book covers. I wanted a bride on it, but a sad/ non-smiling bride at that to portray that Eleanor wasn't too found of being married. 

Who is your favorite character from your book and why?

My favorite has to be Eleanor, she's such a strong woman with great morals. Elle cares for her sons, Luke and Peyton, so much that sometimes she gives up her own happiness for them. She also has that feisty side of of her when it comes to Parker.

How about your least favorite character? What makes them less appealing to you?

Ooh, my least favorite character hmm . . this is rather difficult! I don't particularly dislike any of my characters (yes I don't dislike Heidi!).

If you could change one thing on your book, what would it be? Why?

I probably would have changed the part where Eleanor and Parker meets. Yes.

Give us an interesting fun fact or few of your book.

Fun facts . . . Hmm. Well some characters are based off of this Filipino TV drama show, like Agatha and Thomas. I don't know, there aren't really any fun facts as for now. :(

Is there a message on your book you want readers to grasp?

I really wasn't planning on having an overall message in the first place, but as I continued I really wanted them to know to never give up and take whatever life throws at you just like Eleanor does!

What was the hardest thing of writing your book?

The hardest this has definitely got to be writing Parker's POVs. I am a female, so trying to write in how a male thinks or do was very challenging.

Did you learn anything from writing your book and what was it?

I don't know . . . I don't think I learned much from it,  but my writing skills has improved by a lot. That's for sure.

Do you have any advice for other writers?

My advice is to NEVER GIVE UP on your stories! There comes times where you feel like it's a dead end, but we eventually overcome it. Also, always write when you feel inspired; your writing will turn out better than when you feel forced to do it. So don't let does persistent readers who always ask for upload to influence you! 

Do you have anything specific that you want to tell your readers?

I really want to say a major THANK YOU for reading and supporting me. Both silent readers and those who comments and votes! I really feel the love you have for my story, and you guys literally keep me from giving up. Cheese, I know, but it's the truth!

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Review Time:

Title: Bound

Author: WritngGals 

Rating: 4/5

Genre: Romance/Non-Teen Fiction

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Book Description:

Two very different people shares one common thing: They're afraid falling in love.

Eleanor Edeson, a mother of two, is an independent woman who has to work hard for the things she had in life. Parker Jenkins, the most-sought out bachelor in the country of England, has things served for him on a silver platter all his life.

Although what happens when Eleanor and her two toddler sons become homeless, and the pressure on Parker finding a wife troubles him and the company he's suppose to inherit? These two rather complicated situation forces them to a marriage filled with anything but love. Will these two be able to fight the attraction brewing between them, or will they go against their wishes of not falling in love?

What I think:

Bound is a must read. I honestly could not stop reading and even though is not finished yet, is a book where you would get lost in it.  If I had to choose my favorite part of the book, it would be how unique the story line is. I love how realistic everything is and how well the characters are developed.

Love, what is love? For Eleanor, love is sacrificing everything for those she cares for. She struggles a lot through her life trying to give the best to her kids. However, when she loses her job and becomes homeless, she has to make the hardest decision in her life. A decision that takes her to married someone she does not love.

Parker, what can I say about Parker? Even though he is an arrogant, has a huge ego, he could be sweet, charming man in his own way. He has money and wants to help Eleanor by proposing her to married him, but she refuse at first. Eventually, she married him, not sure, if she made the right decision.

Reading Bound you would cry, laugh, be mad, and so much more. I highly recommend you check it out.

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Monday, September 24, 2012

Interview and Review for His Dark Side by Rahnia

The book His Dark Side is another amazing find in Wattpad. Like most books in Wattpad is not finished  yet, but you should definitely give it a read. Before I start review the book lets get to know the author that created this amazing story. I got to know her a little bit and she was so sweet to answer some questions for me. 

Where are you from?


Tell us your latest news?

My exams are starting in two days.

When and why did you begin writing?

When I was in 8th grade. I started writing when my best friend told me she wanted to do something big.

When did you first consider yourself a writer?

At the age of thirteen.

What inspired you to write your first book?

My best friend who gave me the awesome idea.

Do you have a specific writing style?

Yes, every writer does, but I try to bring variations to my writing to make it better.

How did you come up with the title?

I was inspired by a song.

Is there a message in your novel you want your reader to grasp?

Yes, that no one is what they seem. You should think twice before trusting a stranger. People have their dark sides that you just can't see.

How much of the book is realistic?

Not really, but it's about normal high school life.

Are experiences based on someone you know, or events in your own life?

Yes, many.

What books have most influenced your life most?

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho 

If you had to choose, which writer would you consider a mentor?

Darren Shan or Paulo Coelho

What book are you reading now?

Nothing really, but I'm hooked with this novella I'm reading.

Are there any new author that have grasped your interest?

Yes, there are many.

What are your currents projects?

A mystery novel, His Dark Side.

Do you see writing as a career?

Not really as I'm quite young but maybe later on.

If you had to do it all over again, would you change anything in your latest book?

Well my best friend inspired me. That's how I started writing.

Can you share a little of your current work with us?

Well my current work is a mystery novel which I am working on. It's a new idea that just popped in to  my mind, I don't know yet where I am going with it.

Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing?

Making the work interesting. It's a real effort when you're so young as I am.

Who is your favorite author and what is that really strikes you about their work?

XMagicX, very talented writer who has some great ideas.

Do you have to travel much concerning your books?

Not really.

Who designed the covers?

A few awesome cover makers to whom I am grateful.

What was the hardest part of writing your book?

There wasn't certain part just writer's block.

Did you learn anything from writing your book and what what was it?

We all make some mistakes in life but we have to learn from them and not trust anyone.

Do you have any advice any advice for  other writers?

Write something that you would like to read, that's the only way you'll know you're writing something good, of course you would wanna read something good right?

Do you have anything specific that you want to say to your readers?

Well thank you everyone for reading any of my work. Every single read counts.

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Review Time:

Title- His Dark Side
Author- Rahnia
Rating- 4/5
Genre- Teen Fiction, Mystery

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Book Description:

Evelyn Carter is a lonely, self centered girl but the loneliness doesn't bother her, the helpless girl in her dreams does. When she befriends a gorgeous stranger her life will change forever. But despite the stranger's charm there is something else about him that she just can't figure out.

On the other hand, Erick Clarke has lots of secrets he keeps to himself. He stay quiet and hidden. No one really knows who he is, all they know is his name. He doesn't like socializing but that will have to change when one day he finds Evelyn Carter at his door step. She is determined to find the hidden secrets of his mysterious past.

But Eric Clarke is determined not to reveal His Dark Side.

What I think:

I honestly love the book His Dark side, is a must read. My favorite part was the beginning, the descriptions are in such details that I felt like I was there with the characters. Even though the book has only two chapter so far on Wattpad it has so much potential of being one of the greatest book in the website.

Evelyn Carter is a teenager that's going through a lot, not only does she have to deal with her terrifying dreams but she also have to deal with the reality of life. Through her journey she would learn that trusting somebody is not always the right thing and that sometimes friends aren't the best of friends. 

Give the book a try and you wouldn't regret it. Rahnia would keep you on the edge of your seat.

Friday, September 21, 2012

Interview and Review for One Last Breath of a Loved Vampire by Kadeelia Mitchell

Another interview and review for another amazing find on Wattpad. Before I can tell you about this amazing book, lets find out a little bit about the author. I asked her some questions and she was super nice to answer them for me. I hope you guys enjoy knowing a little bit about her.

When did you finally realized you wanted to be a writer?

 I realized I wanted to be a writer when my library skill teacher gave me an assignment to write our own story and make a book cover as well in grade 7.

How long does it take you to write a book?

It takes me 4-5 months to write a book.

What is your work schedule like when you write?

I write during my free time. Most times I spend 3-4 hours writing?

What would you say is your interesting writing quirk?

I feed on snacks while I write.

Where do you get your information or ideas for your books?

For my ideas, I have dreams. I also read students and watch movies to get more ideas.

When did you write your first book and how old were you?

I first wrote my book in grade 7 at the age of 11.

What do you like to do when you're not writing?

I watch Asian dramas and anime, sometimes I read and listen to music.

What does your family think of your writing?

They think is good and they hope for me to try publishing when my exams are over.

What was one of the most surprising things you learned in creating your books?

I realized that as I write more, ideas keep coming and coming. My comprehension skills have also improved.

How many book have you written? Which is your favorite?

15 books I have written. My favorite book was Fearless Depression.

Do you have any suggestions to help me become a better writer? If so, what are they?

I think you're a fair writer. Maybe if I read more of your books I can express my opinion more.

Do you hear from your readers much? What kind of things do they say?

I don't hear much from readers online. Only once in a while, but my friends are always down on me to keep on writing because they think my writing are good.

What do you think makes a good story?

I think keeping the reader on the edge of their seat with good flow of writing makes a good author. But it all depends on the type of story.

As a child, what do you wanted to do when you grew up?

When I was younger I wanted to become a nurse, but between grade five and six I noticed how talented I was in craft and drawing so I decide I wanted to be an artist, then I went to high school I added writing to it.

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Review Time

Title- One Last Breath of A Loved Vampire
Author- Kadeelia Mitchell
Rating- 4/5
Genre- Romance, Vampire

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Book descriptions:

Karin Meadows thought she was a normal high school student. It was not so. After person mysteriously died one after another in her hometown, her parents decide to move. It was a pity that she did not what was awaiting her.

On her 16th birthday the truth was revealed. She was a vampire. She then met Shoji Takuma in the woods who was a vampire himself. He tells her she is the chosen one. She was puzzled by this, He leaves saying they would meet again.

A few days later Karin arrived at her new school, only to meet the paled-skin bloodsucker again. Troubled awaits her as she is target by mystical creatures in the school.

What I think:

One Last Breath of A Loved Vampire is a must read book. Is full of mystery, magic, action, love and so much more. Not even a chapter in and I was already mesmerized by the story. Kadeelia Mitchell not only takes you on this amazing journey, she also makes you want to stay they there; a world full surprises.

Karin Meadows is a girl we can relate to as she moves to a new place, new friends, new struggles. 
As you get to know her you will find that all she want is to live a happy life, but she struggles a lot as she finds out who she really is. Friends would become enemies and enemies would become friends.

I honestly enjoy every part of the story and even though is not finished yet I could tell you the rest of the story would keep you wanting more. The way she describes everything so vivid you can see in your mind like a movie. The vocabulary that she use seems so unique and perfect. The pace of the story is neither too fast or too slow. 

I had a lot of fun reading this and I hope you do too. Just give it a chance and you'll fall in love not only with the characters, but also with the world the live in.

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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Interview and Review for Soul Splitters by Becky and Dan

It's a privilege to be interviewing the authors of Soul Splitters from Wattpad. I was really surprise on how well this book was written and even though  they hadn't finished yet what I have read so far is absolutely marvelous. First lets start with interviewing the faces behind the book. I asked them some questions and they were nice enough to answer them.

When did you guys realized you wanted to be a writer?

Dan: When I realized I wasn't good at anything else!

Becky: Well, I have been thinking of stories in my head since I was young. So when I got to know Daniel, when we worked at the shop together, we seemed to be on the same page. We constantly thought about stories (In between serious work of course) and we encouraged each other about the ideas we had when previously we had keep them to ourselves thinking know one really wants to know. When we first decide to write a book together that's when I knew I wanted to carry on with writing, being able to open up a whole new world and having the freedom to express my ideas in words for once was really liberating.

What's your work schedule like when you're writing?

Dan: I tend to write in dribs and drabs, thought when I get inspired I can easily spend hours typing away.

Becky: I tend to write when I have the inspiration. I find that some of my worst writing comes from when I have no inspiration or when I'm not totally immersed in the world and the characters, so I always like to be able to feel totally in tune with the story and its themes before I write. Both Dan and I follow on from each other, we leave open ends to ideas and leave it for the other to carry on. We usually find inspiration on each other writing, although there is a plan we stick to when writing. By having the plan it helps us stay on track, which is nice.

What would you say is your interesting writing quirk? 

Dan: Interesting writing quirk? Hmm, I don't know. Perhaps the fact that I utterly refuse to use hyphens at all, due to the fact that I think they look ugly! Even though Becky use them. (grrr)

Becky: Dan would probably say my interesting choice of words such as 'Undulations' which he still insist was my choice. I think we've chatted about that word so much I can't remember who wrote it. I think my writing quirk is definitively my hatred of static dialogue ( Dan definitively knows what I mean when I say that) I find myself going back over a lot of my writing, correcting speech and dialogue between the characters making sure its not to unrealistic or too static.

Where do you get your information or ideas for your books?

Dan: The quirky genesis of Soul Splitters and how we came up with the ideas is always my favorite story to tell! Becky and I used to work in a shoe shop every Saturday and one day we were talking about if ghost could jump into your body (Soul Splitting)  and the story ideas just grew from there as we got more excited and just came up with more.

Becky: It may sound weird, but to this day I have gotten my ideas from the comfort of my bed. I find it's the one place and at night is the one time in the day when my mind can drift, creating other worlds, new characters and situation that I would never think of during the day.

When did you guys wrote your first book and how old were you?

Dan: My first book was called "Quest" and I wrote it between the ages of 12 and 14. I thought it was so great I posted it on Amazon. No one bought it! Looking back I can see it wasn't very good (I was only 12) maybe I'll drag it out and give it a rewrite one day.

Becky: My first book was more like a fan fiction based on the books "Warrior Cats" By E R Hunter, I called "Pack" and basically did the same story with wolves. I think I was around 10 year old when I wrote "Pack" and to my dismay I never got past Chapter 5.

What you guys like to do when you're not writing?

Dan: Watch our favorite TV show called Miranda, eat bagels with pickle, ham and philadelphia cheese, and coming up with more story ideas.

Becky: I'm very much a creative person, and I have a keen for drawing and painting, so most of my time I'm sketching and Painting things. Other than painting, I love to read, play sports such as netball and watch lots of films as I'm a bit of a film fanatic.

What does your family think of your writing?

Dan: They love it, but they have to because they're my family!

Becky: To be honest, they don't know a lot about my writing. I tend to keep my writing secret from my family. They have only learnt from Soul Splitters since we put the story on wattpad. None of my family have read the book yet, but when I have explained it they are very intrigued by the story.

What was one of the most surprising things you learned in creating your book?

Dan: The average novel is 80,000-120,000 words. That's a lot of words!

Becky: I think the most surprising thing was how you get very emotional attached to your characters. You start to treat them as if they were real people and personally I have found myself defending Lucifer, who was one of my characters as if they were standing right next to me.

How many book have you guys written? Which is you favorite?

Dan: Out of the two: Soul Splitters is my favorite?

Becky: In total I think I have written around six books with Soul Splitters definitively being my favorite. I have another idea in the works at the moment but it will take a side seat until I'm fully satisfied with Soul Splitters.

Do you have any suggestions to help me or anybody become a better writer? If so, what are they? 

Dan: I'm not expert, but I could say one thing it would be that you don't need to be Shakespeare to write a good story, just have a good idea and passion to see it through the end. (80,000 words)

Becky: My major piece of advice is to make your character 'real.' Get a feel for them; try to almost act in your mind as they would act. Be able to see an image of your characters in from of your eyes with all the details. When you fully believe in your characters, others will follow.

Do your hear from your readers much? What kind of things do they say?

Dan: I been thrilled with the positive response we have gotten. Some of the things our readers have said is that they love the air of mystery, and the descriptiveness.

Becky: We hear a lot from our readers, and I would like to put out a special thank you to all those who have voted and commented on Soul Splitters. The majority are positive, however as always you're going to get criticism. Dan and I both work at sorting these so that everyone can enjoy the book to the full.

What do you guys think makes a good story?

Dan: A gripping plot, lovable characters and someone with the passion to write the story!

Becky: A good and deep plot line, a hook, believable characters and most of all a decent cover!

As a child, what did you guys wanted to do when you grew up?

Dan: An astronaut, a doctor, an actor, a lawyer, a journalist, a psychologist, and now an author.

Becky: When I was younger all I wanted to be was a vet, then it change to a police, dog handler, and now a computer animator. (Don't know how I got to that conclusion.)

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Review Time

Title- Soul Splitters 
Author- Rebecca Lindfield & Daniel Kassim 
Rating- 5/5 starts!
Genre- Teen Fiction, Paranormal

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Book Description:

"In death, she had never felt so alive."

Autumn Iverson is dead. Trapped on the mysterious train station to the afterlife, however when Autumn reunites with a member of her 'living' past she discovers life after death. Until a starling revelation send her afterlife into turmoil. 

Thrilling, romantic and mystical Soul Splitters is an unconventional tale with a unique take on life after death.

What I think:

Even though this book is not finished yet I honestly enjoy every chapter that is up on Wattpad. One of my favorites part was the Prologue called Cessation, the descriptions are so vivid I felt like I was there with the characters. Dan and Becky will keep you in the edge of your seat before your even get to Chapter Two. 

Not only the descriptions caught my eye, it was also they way the characters developed through the story; they seemed so real, characters that anyone can relate to.  I also enjoy that's easy to read and it would leave you wanting more. The afterlife that they talk about  seemed so real. . . it's a magical world where you can get lost.

If you want real characters that you'll definitively fall in love with and a world full of magic, love and much more . . . this is the book for you. Come and take the journey with Autumn as she learns how to struggle with the afterlife. Hope you guys enjoy this story as much as I did. 

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