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Day #14 Birthday Bash with Lynsay Sands

May 31, 2010

Welcome to Day #14 of JoJo's 30 Day Birthday Bash. Today we have the privilege of getting to know Lynsay Sands, And Lynsay is going to be stopping in throughout the day to chat with all her lovely fans! So help me welcome Lynsay! *clap clap clap*

Lynsay Sands


How do you think romace has changed in the last 30 years?
I hated romance 30 years ago. Picked up one or two to read and threw them down with disgust as a teenager. The heros always seemed horrid to the heroines and yet they somehow miraculously loved them and supposedly changed them through love and that just seemed horrible to me. If some guy treated me like crap, I wouldn't give him the time of day let alone fall in "love" with him. Nowadays there is much less of that, thank goodness. At least I think there is, I avoid books where they start out enemies and basically sniping at each other but fall in love anyway.

I also think the female characters are much stronger in today's stories. Back then the heroines were all nurses falling for the doctor, or nannies falling for the child's father, but now the heroines are career women themselves, strong, independent women who fall for strong independent men.

What type of romace do you prefer to read?
I prefer the lighter ones. I'm not really into the ones that have all the tragedy happening during the story. I do not like weeping with greif for a fictional character's loss. There is enough greif in life without going out and reading someone elses even if it's fictional. I prefer stories that make me smile and feel good at the end.

What are your favorite types of heros & / or heroines?
Oddly enough, I like flawed ones. Real people are flawed and so I like flawed heros and heroines. Ones with little quirks to their characters, or who make mistakes but redeem themselves, etc. I'm not interested in writing perfect heros or heroines with perfect lives and perfect looks and perfect, perfect, perfect. I'm nowhere near perfect myself and don't know anyone who is, so why write such a fabled creature? LOL.

Can you tell us a little about yourself?
There isn't much to tell. I'm Canadian, grew up in a small town, live in London, Ontario now and I write. I'm actually pretty boring. LOL.

Fav color - red

Fav Scent - vanilla

Shower or bath
I love nice hot bubble baths. It's the only time I seem to get to relax anymore, lol.

Strawberry or cherry
Cherry of course. I only like fresh strawberries but have an appreciation for cherry anything.

Dress or jeans
Hmm… I am normally a pant or shorts person. I actually haven’t put a dress on in some time and really haven’t missed it.

Fav movies -
I like comedies, actions and horrors. But I guess my favorites would be Transformers, Iron Man, Shrek (all of them), and Clint Eastwood has produced some really amazing movies the last several years. Million Dollar Baby, Gran Torino, etc. But my all time favorite is still Silence of the Lambs.

How long did you write before you became a published author?
I’ve been writing since I was twelve. I sent my first story into publishers when I was 19. They sent it back telling me what was wrong with it and asking me to send in anything else I'd written. I didn't have anything else written at that time and thought it was a rejection of the initial story, but later was told by an editor (who basically called me an idiot) that it wasn’t. LOL. Hey, I was young. I was also on my way to University and probably not ready to be pubbed. Then in 1996 I tried again and in 1997 the Deed was published.

Do you set a daily writing goal?
No… I usually start writing a month before a book is due but I have been known to finish one within two weeks if under duress. Honestly I always feel too busy to have a regular routine. I just don’t know if it’s possible, at least for me. I sit down to a story and write it and it's pretty much all I do until the story is done. I stay in the story that way which works better for me.

How many books / series have you written?
I’ve written 14 Argeneau/Rogue Hunters (which I consider to be part of the same series), 12 of which have been releaseed; 18 historicals, 16 of which have been released; 11 novellas; and 1 contemporary.

As for series, in contemporaries there are the Argeneau/Rogue Hunters, and then I did two connected Shapeshifter anthologies. In Historicals there is the Devil of the Highlands series (Devil of the Highlands, Taming the Highland Bride, Hellion and the Highlander) There are also three connected medievals from earlier in my career, The Deed, The Key and The Chase, and right now I have two done out of three or four in connected Regencies which are untitled.

Can you tell you tell us a little bit about the book?
Born to Bite tells the story of Armand Argeneau, and clears up the question of what really happened fifty years ago with Nicholas Argeneau and the poor woman he was accused of killing. Unfortunately, explaining it in Renegade Hunter would have given away all of Armand's story, so it had to wait until now. It was also too much to explain in just a couple paragraphs and they only give me so many words per story. But equally important is that it clears things up about Armand's bad luck with wives and brings him back into the fold which is definitely a good thing.

Can you tell us about your favorite / strangest fan experience?
I have amazing readers. I always say I have the best readers anywhere, and I believe that. They're all wonderful when I encounter them whether in email or at signings. But I did have one woman who burst into tears everytime we ran into each other at a conference. She explained that she'd had several tragedies in a short span of years and had been miserable and unable to smile let alone laugh, but then someone had given her one of my books and she'd laughed for the first time in a long time, and she had bought them all and each had lifted her mood further and she was just so glad I wrote those books. Well, each time she burst into tears, I got teary eyed and hugged her, lol. I'm sure it must have been a strange sight at that conference. Two women bumping into each other, crying and hugging over and over again. Definitely a kind of strange but lovely experience.

Do you read any reviews on your books?
I used to, but it got me down too much. It doesn't matter what you write, there will always be someone who doesn't like it. For instance, some people find my stories too light. They want the dark stuff and that's just not me. And while there would be 50 good reviews and one deriding the story as "fluff" it would be that one critical one that would have the most impact. So, I have learned to just stay away from the review sites. I didn't start writing worrying about what others would like. I was writing the story the way I saw it, and it seems to me that since that worked and has given enjoyment and amusement to a lot of people, I should really just continue to do that and not worry so much about the impossible task of trying to please everyone.

Do you read your own books after they make it to final print?
Sometimes, years later. Although, that is happening more often now with the Argeneau/Rogue Hunter series as I check old books to see what side characters have done and so on for present books.

What do you like to Read? Your Favorite Genre?
I'm a horror buff. Dean Koontz and the like

Is there anything else you would like to share with your followers today?
 Yes, I'd like to thank all my wonderful readers for the lovely emails and messages they send me. I really appreciate it. In fact, sometimes they are the only thing that keeps me going when on deadline, exhausted and just wanting to sit down and watch a movie or something. And if you haven't had an answer yet, hang in there, I do answer all of them, but get so many it takes a while (even as much as 6 months). You will eventually get a response, but in the meantime, thank you from the bottom of my heart.

Lynsay

You Can Find Lynsay Here:
Website: www.lynsaysands.net
Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/lynsay.sands
MySpace - http://www.myspace.com/lynsay_sands
Windows Blog - http://lynsaysands.spaces.live.com/default.aspx?wa=wsignin1.0&sa=523531755
Twitter: http://twitter.com/lynsaysands

 
Thank you so much Lynsay for being here today
and for helping me Celebrate my upcoming 30th Birthday!!!



But wait don't go away! Lynsay is stopping by
throughout the day to chat with
her lovely fans AND Lynsay Is offering you awesome commentors,
the chance for 2 of you to win a signed copy of Love Bites with the original cover!
Is that not AWESOME!!!!

Rules:
** Must answer one of the Questions:
~Have you read anything by Lynsay? What  did you think about it?
~ Haven't read anything by Lynsay, which book peeks your interest?
***please include an e-mail address so the winner can be contacted

*Open WORLD WIDE / Ends June 18th*

54 Hottie Follwers Thoughts:

fredamans May 31, 2010 at 11:29 AM  

Happy Birthday #14!!

I have not read Lyndsay's works yet, but figure this book Love Bites sounds like a great place to start! The book sounds really amazing!

freda.mans[at]sympatico.ca

Jason May 31, 2010 at 11:32 AM  

I haven't read anything by her yet, but the Argeneau and Rogue Hunter Series certainly looks interesting. Thanks!

jason@jasonkivela.com

Reena Jacobs May 31, 2010 at 12:12 PM  

I'm a fan of your Argeneau books. Though I have to admit, I'm a little behind. :) I need to run out and purchase book 12 (Renegade Hunter) and book 13 (Bitten By Cupid).

I would absolutely love to have a signed copy of Love Bites to hold and caress.

What do I think about the series? I think it's great. I'm not into undead vampires. The idea of getting "busy" with one just seems a bit ugh. I love you've made vampires living breathing beings.

reenajacobs@reenajacobs.com

Lynsay May 31, 2010 at 12:33 PM  

Oh, Reena, don't rush to get 12, get it closer to the release of Born To Bite so you aren't left hanging as most of my readers were. The stories are kind of connected, some answers to Renegade not given until Born to Bite because revealing it in the one story would have given away all of the second. I really expected the books to go out back to back, one month after another, and they were written that way. However, my publisher had different ideas and left everyone hanging all this time. I've been apologizing for months!
Lynsay

Paranormal Haven May 31, 2010 at 12:33 PM  

I have read all her Argeneau and Rogue Hunter books and love them. They are so funny and I love to recommend them to people.


Stephanie G
sgradel(at)gmail(dot)com

Paranormal Haven

Victoria May 31, 2010 at 1:01 PM  

Haven't read anything by Lindsay yet but as with every one you've had here JoJo she sounds great. I think I'd be interested in the Argeneau and Rogue Hunter books. Are these characters immortals? Kind of sounds like it. vsloboda@gmail.com

Colleen,  May 31, 2010 at 1:03 PM  

I have not picked up one of your books, but after visiting your website.... WOW! I would not know where to start... the historicals jumped out at me, but your series sounds wonderful too... I have to look into getting some of them!

greenshamrock AT go DOT com

WickedLilPixie May 31, 2010 at 1:29 PM  

I just had a conversation with another blogger about Lynsay (a male blogger at that) about the series.

Funny thing is, Lynsay was one of the first PR authors I picked up & it took me to THIS weekend to realize she's an Ontario girl like me. NO WONDER she writes about cottage country so well, lmfao. Yep I am dense sometimes. I love reading about places I know so well!

Don't enter me, I actually HAVE the original cover.

Lynsay May 31, 2010 at 2:17 PM  

Thank you Stephanie!

Colleen, there are excerpts of each book at the website, just go to books, the link should be beneath the thumbnail. Give them a read and see what sounds good to you or if they sound good at all (much as I'd love to think so, not everyone is going to love my books, lol)

I have a lot of male readers WickedLilPixie. I even got an email not long ago from a soldier stationed in Iraq who says his whole platoon reads me. I love letters like that!

Lynsay

Book Sake May 31, 2010 at 4:21 PM  

I haven't read any of Lynsay's books as of yet, but I think the Argeneau series is capturing my eye. (Maybe it's because I was "this close" to being named Etienne.)
- Jessica
booksake(at)yahoo(dot)com

ColleenFL May 31, 2010 at 4:32 PM  

Great interview Lynsay and JoJo! I've read all of the Argeneau books, many of them numerous times. I've read some of the historicals. The Argeneaus are my favorite. They have just the right blend of humor and romance.

colleenFL3 at gmail dot com

Michelle Watkins May 31, 2010 at 6:21 PM  

I am in the middle of the Argeneau series I have spoken to Lynsay before about it but Thomas is my favorite character. I love his loyalty and adore his wit. It never occured to me that a vampire could be so funny. Love you Lynsay!

Amy J - Book Addict May 31, 2010 at 6:32 PM  

I guess my question never posted..lol

*waves at Lynsay*
First of all, OMG OMG OMG!
I love your books! You are my top author and was blessed to have been able to interview you as well on my blog in the past. I almost passed out when I saw my link on your website! I would give ANYTHING for a signed book from you!

My question is the same as in my interview with you, When can I be a character in your book and meet one of those sexy vampires? LOL

Great interview JoJo!
Amy J
djsfoxylady@gmail.com

Lisa R May 31, 2010 at 8:51 PM  
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Lisa R May 31, 2010 at 8:55 PM  

Lynsay, your vamp books were one of the very first paranormals that I'd ever read. The one where the vamp was an author and the publisher sends an editor to talk him into doing book signings and stuff. Laughed my ass off and instantly fell in love with the genre. This series has been one of my favs over the years and I hope it keeps on for many,many more books.
I love the humor that interweaves with the romance because what is love if you can't laugh together.


alterlisa AT yahoo DOT com
http://lisaslovesbooksofcourse.blogspot.com/

throuthehaze May 31, 2010 at 9:18 PM  

I haven't read any of her books yet but A Quick Bite sounds pretty good
throuthehaze at gmail dot com

mbreakfield May 31, 2010 at 9:56 PM  

Don't enter me in the contest. I already own all of Lynsay's books. I've been a huge fan since The Deed. Question for Lynsay: What's your favorite humorous scene in your previous books?

Martha Lawson May 31, 2010 at 10:14 PM  

I can't remember reading any of Lyndsay's books, but I do have several in the tbr pile! I'll have to pull them out and get started on them!!

I follow

mlawson17 at hotmail dot com

mariska May 31, 2010 at 10:32 PM  

I Haven't read anything by Lynsay.

i love vampires story, so Argeneau series sounds great for me !

uniquas at ymail dot com

Lady_Graeye May 31, 2010 at 11:25 PM  

I haven't read anything by Lynsay.

Born to bite is a book I could really sink my teeth into...I mean read. LOL!!

buddyt June 1, 2010 at 2:45 AM  

I haven't read any of her books as yet but seeing that the latest one clears up points from Renegade Hunter, I would like to start trying her writing with that book and then follow on with the newest one.

After all, I can always go back to the earlier books and they will probably be avaulable cheaper now !

Sounds penny-pinching ! Sorry but it is true.

Thanks for the giveaway open to worldwide.

Carol T

buddytho {at} gmail DOT com

Elizabeth June 1, 2010 at 7:04 AM  

Of course read her entire Argeneau series. My favorite book from her is vampire interrupted because marguerite finally reunites with her true love after 500 years .
can't wait for Born to Bite
elizabethcerna2011@gmail.com

Diana (Book of Secrets) June 1, 2010 at 3:41 PM  

I have not read Lynsay Sands yet, but she comes highly recommended by my cousin who has read everything! I'd love to try her vampire series as well as her Highlander historicals!

Diana
bookofsecrets(at)yahoo(dot)com

Lynsay June 1, 2010 at 6:22 PM  

Gees, sorry guys, I got busy with edits last night and forgot to come back.

Colleen – Thanks. Glad you enjoyed the interview and like the series. I enjoy writing it.

Michelle – Glad you’re enjoying the series too

Amy – waves back! As to your question, we’ll have to wait and see. An Amy may come along, lol

Lisa R – I have to agree with you. What fun is love without laughter? But then I feel the same way about life. It’s just not as much fun if you can’t laugh at the small stuff and even the big

Lynsay June 1, 2010 at 6:23 PM  

Mbreakfield – My favourite humorus scene . . . hmmm . . . I really enjoyed Elvi’s scenes when she realizes she can eat and sleep in a bed, but my favourite is still probably Lucern and his codpiece. That is just something that would happen to me . . . well, if I was a guy. Or even in costume as one, LOL


Buddyt- I hate to tell you this but I somehow don’t think the price will drop on the old ones just yet. In fact, it might go up. Avon just bought my backlist to all by books (including the three Argeneau books) Dorchester pubbed and plan to reissue them, and they kinda aren’t . . . ummm . . . well, I’ve never seen Avon give deals. It’s also hard to find them second hand, I understand. Though not impossible, so who knows. Good luck though.

Elizabeth – Isn’t Marguerite a love? I was happy to see her find him again too.

Julie June 2, 2010 at 10:32 PM  

I haven't read any of Lynsay's book, but they have been recommended to me! I'd love to try one of her historicals. :)

julieguan AT gmail DOT com

desi June 2, 2010 at 11:22 PM  

I love all Lynsay's books. The vampires are well funny and exciting the Devil of the Highlands is OMG funny. The first memorable scene in that book had me laughing so hard my kids thought something was wrong with me and all I could think of was who does that happen to? I already have your new one on my to buy list and I can not wait to see what happens with vampire firecracker.

desi June 2, 2010 at 11:25 PM  

oops forgot my email deslauree3@aol.com
Thanks for the contest and Lynsay keep writing exciting books I love them all.

A Simple Love of Reading June 3, 2010 at 8:57 AM  

I haven't had the pleasure of reading Lynsay's books yet, but One Quick Bite will definitely be my first, and not just because it is the first of the series! The fainting vampire really caught my interest!

Thank you!
astewart305(at)rogers.com

tetewa June 3, 2010 at 9:38 AM  

I've enjoyed reading the Argeneau books! tWarner419@aol.com

CrystalGB June 3, 2010 at 3:10 PM  

I have read several of Lynsay's books. She is a great writer.
I am a follower.
Crystal816[at]hotmail[dot}com

Blodeuedd June 6, 2010 at 3:15 PM  

Have not read anything, and if not counting this book, then her Highlander books sure peaked my interest (the kilt did it ;)

blodeuedd1 at gmail dot com

Krystean June 6, 2010 at 3:46 PM  

I've got all of Lynsay's Rogue/Argeneau books & BITTEN BY CUPID(Tiny's story) came in the mail Friday! Can't wait for Aug for BORN TO BITE and have the Highlander historicals on my TBR list. My fav book is TALL, DARK & HUNGRY which is Terri & Bastien's story. I've read it so much that I just reordered the reissued copy so I have a brand new one and hopefully it'll be here Monday! Very funny and full of love and romance. Love your books Lynsay!

Krystean June 6, 2010 at 3:53 PM  

Sorry! :( forgot email address:

christinedove@rogers.com

Jenn June 6, 2010 at 5:55 PM  

I'd like to read the whole Argeneau and Rogue series - adding to my wish list now!

Andrea I June 7, 2010 at 6:38 PM  

I haven't read any of Lynsay's books yet, but the Argeneau/Roguehunters are on my list of series to read.


ainfinger@comcast.net

Virginia C June 10, 2010 at 3:47 PM  

I loved her story in the "Bitten by Cupid" anthology. I'd be interested in any of her Vamps or Highlanders!

gcwhiskas at aol dot com

diana June 11, 2010 at 12:49 PM  

I absolutely positively love her I just finished reading her latest book and cant wait to find out what happens between Eshe and armand

diannamdz@gmail.com

Lady_Graeye June 12, 2010 at 1:51 AM  

Forgot my email address again...

lisaglideell[at]gmail[dot]com

booklover0226 June 12, 2010 at 10:32 AM  

I've read the Argeneau series through book 8, so far. (Yeah, I know, I'm behind.) I adore this series.

When I read the first book, I just laughed and then I thought, "wait a minute, I'm laughing while reading a vampire book???" I was surprised and thrilled.

Thanks,
Tracey D
booklover0226 at gmail dot com

CatsMeow June 12, 2010 at 6:33 PM  
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CatsMeow June 12, 2010 at 6:39 PM  

Lynsay, I love your Argeneau books. They are so much fun. I loved what you said under the question whether you read your reviews. "I was writing the story the way I saw it, and it seems to me that since that worked and has given enjoyment and amusement to a lot of people, I should really just continue to do that". That says it all. It certainly has for me. Please keep it up.
ccr0816@yahoo.com

CatsMeow June 12, 2010 at 6:53 PM  

Oh, almost forgot. I adored her awesome highlander trilogy recently pubbed. Also, enjoyed very much the anthologies (vampire heroes BTW, for those interested) you did with Hannah Howell.

Heather M. June 13, 2010 at 5:34 PM  

HI there. I love Lynsay Sands books. I've read all of her paranormal romances.. I'm not sure what the series is called. I adore the Argeneau family. They're so interesting. My favorites are probably the Rogue Hunter books. Though I am looking forward to the next one. I can't wait for it. So exciting. Great series

heather.the.bookworm@gmail.com

Carol L. June 15, 2010 at 9:00 AM  

I have read the Devil Of The Highland series as well as a few of the Argeneau Family books. I have to finish the rest of those Vampire books. Love them. I love her Highlanders. But anything Scottish is a win with me it's my first choice in reading.
Thanks for sharing.
Carol L.
Lucky4750@aol.com

JoAnna June 16, 2010 at 8:31 PM  

I have read the whole Argeneau and Rogue hunter series. Love them. I haven't read the highlander series yet.

beckerjo@verizon.net

dfordarla June 17, 2010 at 11:44 AM  

I've read Bite Me if You Can and I really enjoyed the book. When I bought it I wasn't sure about it. I just knew there were vampires and it sounded interesting. The book made me laugh and I'm looking forward to reading more of the Argeneau series.


Ddoogg04@aol.com

Anne June 17, 2010 at 2:46 PM  

I have read everything in the Argeneau series and, obviously, really like it.

acm05@juno.com

Darcie K. June 17, 2010 at 3:47 PM  

I have not yet read anything by Lynsay, but I look forward to doing so.
dmkayes@gmail.com

Julie June 17, 2010 at 3:53 PM  

I have not read any of her books but the giveaway book, Love Bites, sounds interesting. So does Bite Me If You can, and some of her others even though I haven't heard much about them.
juliecookies(at)gmail.com

Stella (Ex Libris) June 18, 2010 at 1:01 PM  

I haven't read anything by Lynsay Sands yet, though I ahve heard so amny praise her books, so she has been on my wishlist for some time now. It was hard narrowing down my choices, but here are my top 3 of what I would love to read from Lynsay Sands books:
A Quick Bite, Devil of the Highlands and Sweet Revenge. They all sound yummy! :-D

Please enter me too.

stella.exlibris (at) gmail (dot) com

jellybelly82158 June 18, 2010 at 5:30 PM  

I love Lynsay Sands's books esp the Argeneau Vampire books

jellybelly82158 at gmail dot com

Spav June 18, 2010 at 5:47 PM  

I love her Argeneau series.

spav05(at)gmail(dot)com

Leilani @Leilani Loves Books June 18, 2010 at 8:08 PM  

I Love Lynsays books!!!

Me please!!!

Leilani
vampiregirl813@gmail.com

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