Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Please Welcome Georgia Lyn Hunter to NN!

Why do you write romance?

GLH: I’m a hopeless romantic and no matter how tough the journey, I want that HEA in the end. No matter how corny, the getting there is what I wait for.

Are you aware of any themes that run through your stories? If so, what are they?

GLH: Yes definitely. Although, this book is a standalone, it’s a prelude and introduces the Fallen Guardians world, which I’ve already started to write. It’s the reason why several gods fell and now live on this realm as Guardians.

What would you like readers to take away from your stories?

GLH: That even in your darkest moments, there is always hope. And I say this from personal experience too.

What is your writing schedule?

GLH: I write in the morning after a light editing/reread of the last ten or so pages I did to get back in the zone. Then in the evenings, I write some more. I’m one of those writers who must get the rough draft written first before I start the revisions and rewrites, or else I’d just sit there staring at a sentence trying to fix it, make it different/ better, then wonder where the heck did time go to.

What is your best memory?

GLH: When my kids were born and I first saw them.

What is your favorite guilty pleasure?

GLH: Cadbury’s chocolate covered Turkish Delight—just thinking about it makes me crave for some. :)

What is your favorite fairy tale? Why?

GLH: Beauty and the Beast. He’s all scary brutal and rough, and still Belle found the gentleness of the man beneath all those layers. And the fact Belle always had her nose buried in a book. :)

What was your favorite vacation?

GLH: When we went to Disneyworld in Florida. Awesome.

Name one person that you feel supported you outside of family members.

GLH: Piper Shelly. We met through a critique group and became really good friends. She watched out for me.

How did you come up with the title?

GLH: With much difficulty. :) Actually, it went through several title changes while writing the manuscript, then I wrote a pivotal scene and I just knew this was it. I'm not going to say more, but you’d figure it out when you read the book.


 BIO: Georgia Lyn Hunter, she’s happiest with a book in her hand and never thought about writing, too busy devouring the books out there, then she read her first paranormal romance several years ago the writing bug bit. She loves creating strong, alpha heroes who think they need no one and the heroines come along and knock them on their gorgeous asses.
She enjoys brainstorming with her daughter over new ideas and have several book ideas plotted out for the story Arc. Now she just wants an extra pair of hands to get it out, because she complains her brain is like a hive, her characters voices too loud, and they all want out. J
She’s excited to finally live her dream with the release of her first book.

Georgia Lyn grew up on the tropical climate of South Africa and now lives in Qatar with her husband and her two children. When she’s not writing or plotting her next novel, she enjoys reading, catching up on missed TV shows and being with her family.


Born in the flames of Heaven’s wrath, he’s all things sinful…and too dangerous to love.
An immortal guardian, Aethan’s walked alone for millennia, trapped in a hell of his own, until a feisty mortal crosses his path—a female he shouldn’t even look at, one who shakes the precarious foundations of all that he is—and one who’s determined to walk the edge of danger.
She only wants to be normal…
All her life, Echo Carter wanted “normal,” an impossible feat given that she can see demons. Now she’s determined to hunt down the demonii responsible for the death of her friend—and no man, no matter how sexy, will stop her—until she discovers a horrifying truth about herself, forcing her to turn to Aethan. But when two stubborn wills collide, a dangerous passion ignites…
As evil closes in, will this warrior overcome his darkest fears and claim her as his—or lose her to a far more sinister fate.


Georgia Lyn Hunter said...

Tabby, thanks for Hosting me :)

Tabitha Blake said...

Your so welcome!