Monday, 8 December 2014

Revenge Blog Tour

Revenge by Paula Rose
Anaiah Romance

As a job coach, it’s up to Olivia Foster to ensure her clients work in a safe environment, understand their positions, and serve their employer’s mission. The death of her brother drives her career choice, and she loves her job. It remains her only focus until one of her autistic clients goes missing. Then Olivia’s employer ends her position and adds her to the suspect list, but she makes plans to bring the missing young man home.

Meanwhile, Detective Lt. Phillip Landon is deep into second-guessing his career choice, but his well-honed instincts see major flaws inside this missing person’s case. Surprising contacts, mysterious happenings, and threats can turn deadly. Can he keep Olivia safe, protect his heart, remove the job coach from someone’s target list, and adopt a faith he never knew all while adjusting to the new lives of his old family?

Release Date: December 16, 2014
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Author Bio:
Paula Rose provides inspiration through Christian romantic suspense stories where "average" families come into extraordinary situations, brushed with life-size strokes of reality and a touch of humor. Born in Philadelphia, she lives in Southern New Jersey with her husband and rescue kitty but often plays amateur photographer in both states.

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Author Interview

What have you had published? 
An Inspirational Romantic Suspense titled Revenge that releases December 16, 2014.

What genre(s) of book do you write?
I like to write Mystery, Suspense, and Romantic Suspense.

What inspired you to write your first book? 
An old photo starring conveyer belts and one person assisting another brought forth the idea that would become Revenge.

How long did it take you to write “Revenge”?
The story only took a few weeks to draft, but the draft is only just the beginning of my process. Rewrites will often change the characters and move a plot forward.

What is the working title of your next book(s)? 
You’ll laugh at this, but my titles don’t come until the book is completed in rewrites. Why? That answer is easy. My rewrites tend to change the story around and could then change a title. I tend to name my files as I’m working on them after one main character and the type of book it is for instance Revenge during my working stage was aptly named “Oliviaromsusp”.

When and why did you begin writing?
Writing naturally flowed from years of loving to read as a child. I often thought up stories even as a youngster. However, I didn’t actively start to consider this a serious endeavour until much later in life, during my own period of convalesce. It was my husband who encouraged me to write these stories down.

Do you self publish your books or go through an agency? 
I published with Anaiah Press. Anaiah Press is a digital first publisher with a Mighty Presence inside a wonderful family atmosphere.

What part of writing books do you find the hardest? 
The ever changing plot twists.

What do you do in your spare time? 
Amateur photography and reading.

Who is your favourite author?
I don’t have one. I have many! My reading tastes go from Amish to Suspense within Christian Fiction and does include non-fiction and devotionals too.

What’s your favourite genre to read?
Romantic Suspense. However, I do love those Amish reads!

Do you have any advice for other writers? 
Keep writing and reading but focus on more than one genre to find the ones you truly love.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for having me on your blog for this interview, Katie!