Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Interview- Defiant by H.G. Lynch

Did you always wanted to be a writer? If not what did you want to be? 

As a kid, I wanted to be a veterinary nurse. It wasn’t until I was fifteen that I wanted to be a writer.

How long did it take to get your first book published? 

A year and half. Born Dark was published about four months after I signed the contract with my publisher.

What were your aspirations as an author and have any of them come true? 

Well I’d like to get on the New York Times Bestseller list. So far, it hasn’t happened, but I still have hope that I’ll make it.

What genres do you normally write in? 

Young Adult and Paranormal Romance are my favourite genres, but I have done New Adult, Erotic and Dystopian stories.

Is there a genre you haven’t written in that one day you’d like to tackle? 

Science Fiction. I’m a huge Star Trek fan. 

What was the first book you ever published?

Born Dark was my first book. It’s the first installment in my ongoing Unfortunate Blood series, which is a young Adult Paranormal Romance mainly with vampires but also werewolves and ghosts and faeries. 

What was the craziest thing you’ve ever done when it came to a storyline in your book? 

Well in Run, I twisted together several different threads of plot and it felt crazy while I was writing it because I kept having to go back and check what I’d already written to make sure I didn’t make any mistakes and that everything made sense. 

Blaze Trilogy
Book One
H.G. Lynch

Genre: Young Adult Paranormal Romance

Publisher: Vamptasy Publishing

Date of Publication: 13/11/2015


Number of pages: 136
Word Count: 54,000

Book Description:

Sometimes love burns.

The intelligent loner, Anson, soon learns this when he falls in love...but the girl he wants isn't what she seems.

Poppy is part of a secret organisation of vampires trained to fight werewolves.

She's been sent to recruit Anson, and if she fails, they'll both have to outrun the rulers of her society...or face death together.

Available at Amazon

Short Excerpt:

Leaving the cinema, hand in hand, we stepped out into the chill of the night. The sun had descended below the surrounding buildings, leaving the street dimly lit by lampposts and the bright neon signs hanging above storefronts. The wind blew light strands of hair across Anson’s forehead. I grinned at him and reached up to brush his hair back carefully, my fingertips gliding across his forehead ever so lightly. A shock of something sweet and hot hit me in the chest, making my breath catch.

Anson’s eyes darkened almost imperceptibly, and I heard his heartbeat skip unsteadily at my touch. He raised his hand and gently wrapped his fingers around my wrist, drawing my palm down his face to his lips. Light as the flutter of a butterfly wing, he kissed my palm and each of my fingertips. It felt so thrilling, my whole hand ached to bury itself into his bright hair, and I was distinctly aware of how close we were standing. All I would have to do was lean up on my tiptoes and my mouth would meet his. His cobalt eyes fixed me in place, I couldn’t look away, though I knew I should. I wanted this so badly, but I couldn’t have it. If I kissed him, I was afraid I’d shatter into a million pieces, and only he would be able to put me back together.

About the Author:

H.G. Lynch is a Scottish Paranormal Romance author, avid reader, and cat-lover. She spends most of her days writing, while wrestling her cat, Sooki, off her laptop. She believes that chocolate cake can save the world, and is highly caffeine-addicted. She loves horse-riding, Star Trek, and snow.

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