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Not really--which is a huge bummer because I would love to have her backbone. I do, however, share some of her sarcastic flare, so yay for that. :) The character I most relate to in my Archers of Avalon series is Heather. *cringes* I know, I know. She's a bit obnoxious, but gah. I'm the same way.
What was your inspiration for the Archers of Avalon series?
Good question! The short answer? I'm not sure. My sister and I were discussing love triangles with brothers one night and I was like, "I should totally write a book about impossible love like that. Because it's just so SAD." And alas, Anew was born.
Did you have an inspiration for your first book, Sophie & Carter?
What is the best part of being an author, in your opinion?The dress code! :) I get to wear pajamas everyday. Also, I get to live in my imagination, which is the happiest place in all the world.
What do you consider the hardest aspect of writing?
How did you come up with the title to Anew?
I wanted a short title that summed up Scarlet coming back to life. Anew just seemed fitting since her life was, once again, starting anew.
Do you have any advice for aspiring YA writers?
Write your heart out and be fearless! Letting people read and critique your work is terrifying, I know. But it's so important! And honestly, it's invigorating. It truly is. So be brave. Put yourself--and your story--out there and OWN it. Beat on your chest and say, "This is mine and I am proud!" And then? Do it all over again. :)