There are quite a bunch of novels about werewolves and shifters, how does your book stands out?
My book had a much earlier release date but was pushed back to this September date, which actually works great with Halloween just around the corner. Back when I wrote the book, only Blood and Chocolate (from the 1990’s) was out in the YA werewolf world. That said, no one else has written a funny, sweet werewolf book – so that makes mine standout right up front. It’s a fun, quick read and is not trying to do anything but entertain. People looking for sad, deep reading should read something else.
Shelby is an appealingly average girl, transplanted from Milwaukee to Beverly Hills, where she lives with her distracted dad and evil stepmother. Austin is British and the son of a rockstar.
Is Never Cry Werewolf a stand alone or series debut?
What is the most difficult part in the entire publishing progress?
Sending my dad his very own copy and hearing him say he’s proud of me.
Would you have any advice for young adults dreaming of being published?
Don’t be afraid to be terrible — just write without censoring yourself or criticizing yourself too much. You can always go back and revise and edit! Also, make a plan for when you will write. You will be more productive that way.
Just thanks for doing the interview, Cindy! I hope your readers keep up with me at http://www.booksboysbuzz.com/ where 5 other YA authors and I blog daily and do tons of giveaways!
Now on with the giveaway!
Heather nicely offered a signed copy of her book to one lucky winner!
Here are the rules:
– You MUST be a follower
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– Comment about the interview (+1)
– Blog about my contest and link here (+5)
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– The contest will last until September 18th at midnight EST.
Your book will be mailed by Heather Herself =)
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