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AAD Meet and Greet: Author Bronwyn Green Interview + Giveaway

Feb 24, 2011


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lives in Michigan with her wonderful husband, two amazing sons and six somewhat-psychotic cats. When not tormenting her characters, she can usually be found helping with reading and writing projects in her sons’ classrooms as well as being the car pool mom extraordinaire for five teens and a couple of preteens. Besides writing, she also enjoys reading, knitting, sewing, cross stitching, pottery, drawing—basically anything that helps her avoid the tortures of cleaning and cooking.



About you:
JJBC - Do you have any hobbies?
Dude, do I have hobbies!   I wish I could say that my hobbies were running eight miles a day and creating elaborate, healthy dishes from my organic garden, but that would be a terrible, terrible lie. However, I do love to make things. I cross stitch, knit, make jewelry and sew most of my own clothes - I used to sew all of my kids clothes when they were little, too. I also love pottery – both the wheel and hand building, drumming in the occasional drum circle and of course, reading.


JJBC - What do you like to read?
I love romances, obviously. I also adore erotic romance, urban fantasy, young adult, children’s literature and research books. Oh! And fairy tales , Arthurian legend and folklore – love those, too!
JJBC - Can you tell us some of your favorite books you've read?
Ooohhh…this could be a very long list, but I’ll try to keep it reasonable. ;)  The Wild Wood by Charles deLint, Blood of the Wolf by Brynn Paulin, The Turning by Jennifer Armintrout, Lament by Maggie Steifvater,  The Hunter’s Moon by O.R. Melling, Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick, Waiting in Vain by Charlotte Stein, Faery Surprising by Mia Watts, To Hate and to Hold by Dakota Rebel, Good Omens by Terry Prachett and Neil Gaiman, Green Angel by Alice Hoffman, Yes! by Kim Dare, The Paper Bag Princess by Robert Munsch…I could go on and on, but I’ll restrain myself.


JJBC - Who are some of your favorite authors?
Charles deLint, Brynn Paulin, Suzanne Brockmann, Jennifer Armintrout (and her alter ego Abigail Barnette), Mia Watts, Dakota Rebel, Kris Norris, Kim Dare, Neil Gaiman, Maggie Steifvater, Becca Fitzpatrick, John and Caitlin Matthews and Carolyn Crane. I know there are more, but they’re escaping me at the moment.


JJBC - If you can meet any author in person dead or alive, who would it be and why him/her?
I’ve been really lucky and I’ve already met a lot of my favorites, but I would really love to meet Charles deLint. I’d love to pick his brain about world building. The man is a genius. I’d also dearly love to meet Kim Dare. We talk often, but I’d love to give her a hug in person.


 

 
AAD:
JJBC - What part of AAD are you most looking forward to?
I’m looking forward to reconnecting with old friends and meeting new ones! Hanging with readers and writers is definitely my favorite part. There’s something really satisfying about connecting with people who love losing themselves in a great book as much as I do.


JJBC - What do you hope to walk away with from AAD?
Books. Lots and lots of books. :D  But even more than that new friends and great memories. I can’t wait for the Resplendence Publishing karaoke party!


JJBC - Have you ever been to AAD before? If so what was your favorite part?
I went last year and absolutely loved it. Wow, it’s hard to pick a favorite part, but the memories that stand out the most are laughing ‘til I cried, the great costumes, the book signing – honestly, it was all freaking awesome! 
                                                                 

JJBC - Are you on any panels? If so can you tell us which ones to look for you on?
I’ll be on the Erotica, Odd Paranormals and Ménage and More.


 

Your Writing:
JJBC - How did you first get into writing? Has it always been your dream?
I knew in high school that I wanted to be a writer and actively pursued it in college. Then I graduated and suffered a huge case of fear of failure. When my youngest son was almost one, we suffered a horrible loss in our family.  While dealing with the grief realized that none of us have forever and if I was going to follow my dreams, I needed to get off my butt and do it.


JJBC - What genre do you write?
Erotic romance – paranormal is my favorite, but I do the occasional straight contemporary and historical, too. Also, I’ve started a YA novel that I’m really excited about.

JJBC - Do you have any must haves when you sit down to write?
Music and something to drink – usually it’s tea, coke or coffee. There’s caffeinated theme going on here.


JJBC - Can you tell us how a typical writing day for you is?
Well, I get up at the buttcrack of dawn to take my kids and the carpool kids to school – that usually takes about an hour and a half. Then I stop at Starbucks, come home, take care of email, then get to work. I re-read whatever I wrote the day before and try to move forward on the story.  After about 4-4.5 hours, I spend two hours back in the car picking up my kids and my carpool kids, then I start supper and hang with the fam. If everyone goes to bed early, I’ll try to squeeze out a few more words.


JJBC - What is one thing you think sets you apart from other authors?
Wow…this is a tough question. To be honest, I try not to compare myself to other authors because I think it can lead to self-doubt. I just try to tell the stories that are in my head and keeping me awake at night – lol.



Your Books:



Solstice Seduction
Is love enough to redeem the fallen?
Banished from Heaven as punishment for his sins, Taliesin has walked among humans for thousands of years. He's damned sick of it. Death would be preferable to the cultural bankruptcy of the twenty-first century, but what's a cursed immortal to do? It's not like he can kill himself.
Dr. Emerson Matthews has no clue what to do with the enigmatic, gorgeous man who has landed in the psych ward at the hospital where she works. Well, she knows what she wants to do, but it's unethical and likely illegal. Especially since he seems to be out of his mind. Why else would he claim to be a fallen angel?
Hell bent on seduction, Taliesin tempts Emerson, luring her tightly guarded passion to the surface and introduces her to sensual delights she's never dreamed of. As she learns more about the mysterious man in her care, she begins to question her own sanity as his claims of Divine origin seem more plausible with each passing moment.






Just Right

When Department of Natural Resources officer, Gwendolyn Locke, hits a black bear on the way home from work one night, her entire view of reality changes. She discovers that shape-shifters exist, and she’s just become Goldilocks to three gorgeous, very aroused men who also happen to be werebears. Being snowbound has never been so hot.


Just Right Excerpt Link: http://bronwyngreen.com/Bronwyn_Green_-_Just_Right_Excerpt.html





JJBC - Can you share with us anything you are currently working on?
Currently, I’m working on a YA novel, the second book in the Witch Way series, and two books for the brand new multi-author Phases series with Resplendence Publishing – think ménage, shifters and the phases of the moon.


JJBC - Can you share with us your first book ever published?
The first book I ever published was called Overlord’s Vessel, and I’m thrilled to announce that it’s being re-released by Resplendence Publishing with the new (and improved) title Overlord’s Chosen. It’s an erotic fantasy and the first of the Dark Destinies series.



Overlord’s Vessel
Elizabeth Louden has been chosen to provide Micah Bleddyn, the Overlord of Maelgwn, with an heir.  However, she’s not interested in the honor.  In a land where only men are allowed to use magic, women found to possess supernatural abilities are punished—often by death.   She knows it’s only a matter of time before her secret is revealed.

Micah has no desire to rule his father’s empire, but after his older brother vanishes, he has no choice.  Faced with invading forces, treachery among his own people, and now, a mate hell-bent on escape, he’s had enough.  Realizing they have no allies but each other, Micah and Elizabeth reach a reluctant truce in their bid to stay alive and keep Maelgwn safe.








JJBC - Can your share with us your most recent release, or a soon to be release?
At the time I’m filling out this interview, my most recent release is part of their Perfect Strangers series with Are. It’s a faery ménage called Dark Sidhe Claimed. I was so freaking excited when ARe approached me to participate in the project.  



Dark Sidhe Claimed:

Just one little wish, what could possibly go wrong?

Hunted by both the Kings of the Sidhe and the Dark Sidhe, Tama, Princess of the Seelie Court has sought refuge in the human world. When an ill-timed wish by a friend has reveals her location, she knows she has to leave the life she's created.

Unfortunately for Tama, Kier and Rylan, two Dark Sidhe mercenaries, find her first. The attraction between them is explosive, but is a wish and unbridled lust enough for perfect strangers to become perfect mates?


Dark Sidhe Claimed Excerpt Link:
http://www.allromanceebooks.com/product-darksidheclaimed-512039-140.html






JJBC - What has been your favorite book you have written so far? Why is this one your favorite?
Boy, you sure like the hard questions, don’t you – lol! On a very primal level, they’re all my favorites, but if I had to pick, I’d think I’d go with Immortal Curse. I’m more than a little in love with Ian – there’s something about a man with an Irish accent. But really, this story is special to me because of how it came about. The haunted schoolhouse that I set the story in is real. I went there twice with Kelly Kirch and Jennifer Armintrout and we explored the place and had some super creepy experiences.



Immortal Curse:

Cursed by a witch, Ian O’Meara has been trapped between the world of the living and the spirit realm for the last hundred and fifty years. Annoyed by having his eternity interrupted by amateur ghost hunters, he reaches through the veil to Emma Boulton knowing she can see and hear him even if the others can’t. When he discovers she can also feel him, he decides Emma is the most exciting thing to happen to him in the last century. Suddenly, escaping his miserable curse isn’t quite so appealing.
Much to her dismay, Emma has been able to see ghosts ever since she was a child. Most of the time she ignores them, but Ian makes that all but impossible. With his dark, good looks and his brooding personality, he’s a gothic novel hero come to life...so to speak. She knows she should help him toward the light, but the only place he seems to be interested in is her bed. Falling in love with the charming spirit is all too easy, but is a future together possible between the living and the dead?
Immortal Curse Excerpt Link: http://bronwyngreen.com/Bronwyn_Green_-_Immortal_Curse_Excerpt.html


JJBC - Is there anything else you would like to share with us today?
I’d just like to thank you for having me! This was fun and I can’t wait to see everyone in Philly!  Also, I love to hear from readers, so please feel free to drop by any time and say hi!


 

Extras:
JJBC - Where can readers find you?
Let’s see, I’m at:

JJBC - Do you have a link to your book list?
I do! You can find both my backlist and my new releases at www.bronwyngreen.com

JJBC - Do you have a newsletter?
At this time, I don’t.



*~*Giveaway*~*





Bronwyn  is stopping by to chat with you all today!

AND

is giving away ( OH MY GOODNESS!)

1st winner gets Celtic Fire (3 story print antho)
 2nd winner gets Magic’s Embrace (3 story print antho)
3rd winner gets her/his choice of three ebooks from my backlist.

 
And she is opening it up

*~*World Wide*~*

IS THAT NOT AWESOME guys!!!

 

 

 
**RULES**

- Must do 1 of the following things 

     ~Either ask a question for me to answer,
     ~or (since I’m working on a witch series) if they’re feeling really creative, create a motivation spell for me – lol! :D

- Must leave a valid e-mail (please do not add your complete e-mail. we do not want it picked up by spammers. for Exp: leave DOT instead of . , or AT instead of @ )



**Giveaway ends Sun night ( 2-27 ) at Midnight, winners will be chosen and named here in this comments section






29 Hottie Follwers Thoughts:

Carolyn Crane February 24, 2011 at 7:56 AM  

I'm not entering, but what a fun interview!! I love that you make your own clothes. That is a dream of mine. Ooh, good luck on the YA!

Victoria February 24, 2011 at 9:53 AM  

How do you find the time to make your own clothes, knit, sew etc and still write? I can barely do my stay at home mom junk and read ;).

Love all the clips of your books up above. Solstice Seduction sounds like tons of fun. I can't wait to fins out how he got to the psych ward to begin with.

vsloboda(at)gmail(dot)com

Chris February 24, 2011 at 11:37 AM  

I'm not entering, but I must know - will you be singing at the Resplendence Karaoke Party?! ;)

Bronwyn Green February 24, 2011 at 12:11 PM  

@ JoJo - Thank you so much for having me! This is awesome. :)

@ Carolyn - thanks for stopping by! I like sewing - it's good relaxation. Like putting together a fabric puzzle.

@ Victoria - I'm a binge crafter/writer. The only thing I do everyday single day is the mom thing. Right now, I'm binge writing. Over Christmas, it was binge cross stitching. When the weather gets a little warmer, it'll probably be binge sewing. That way I can bounce from one thing to another without getting burned out or bored. :)

@ Chris - I think I'll be forced to by my fellow party throwers. Song suggestions?

Drama Queen February 24, 2011 at 2:13 PM  

Bronwyn - I followed you here from your blog; I just love finding new blogs to follow - hi JoJo!

Bronwyn - first read your "Mist & Stone" in the BiT anthology and now I'm working n reading more. Do you sew and craft for relaxation, to get away from the other pressing stress? Does it help you think about your writing projects (besides avoiding them for awhile)?

Donna February 24, 2011 at 2:57 PM  

Okay, I would like to enter please.

Motivational writing spell for Bronwyn

Muses of fiction, keyboards, laptops and all;
Listen and hear the true plea of this call.

Getting started each day with stories to write,
Household running smoothly, no yelling, no fight.
Staying on target with both word counts and time,
Mixing witches and warlocks, with werewolves and slime.
Weave Bronwyn in tight to the magik of word,
Free her sight, keep her plotting as free as a bird.
Her stories bring thought, truth and fun to the fore
Bronwyn needs Your assistance to help stories soar.

I offer my thanks, for her stories I need,
For the fun that they bring helps free me to breathe.
Away from the rush, and the panic and measure.
I offer my thanks, for her stories I treasure.

Donna
donnafisk at bellsouth dot net

StacieDM,  February 24, 2011 at 3:17 PM  

Hello Bronwyn!

Great interview. I cross-stitch too but I can't sew worth a darn.

My question is about the Young Adult book that you mentioned. What made you decide to break into this genre? Is it so you can have something for your kids to read when they are older?

StacieDM,  February 24, 2011 at 3:19 PM  

As usual I forget my email:

user1123 AT comcast DOT net

winnie February 24, 2011 at 4:01 PM  

A question for Bronwyn: you mentioned that you also write historical romance, I was wondering what time period would be your favourite to escape into, be it when writing or when reading?

Thanks for the interview and giveaway! Please count me in as I've not read any of the books before, so it'll be awesome to win a copy!

chibipooh(at)gmail(dot)com

Bronwyn Green February 24, 2011 at 4:48 PM  

@ Drama Queen - JoJo's blog is AWESOME! And thanks for following me over! :D Crafting definitely helps with the writing process. Sewing, cross stitching and pottery are all kind of an 'auto pilot' experience for me, so when I'm making something, my brain is free to wander and figure out plot problems without the stress of a blinking cursor staring me in the face. But the avoidance technique is great, too. ;)

@ Donna - That is freaking awesome! I love the spell, thank you honey - I'm totally printing that out! :D

@ StacieDM - Well, my kids are actually old enough to be reading YA fiction now *sob* but in addition to wanting to write something for them to read, I've always loved YA. And I'm finally to the point where I'm able to free up a little time in my schedule to write it.

@ winnie - ooohhhh - I want to escape to a 'velour' medieval period. You know - the kind with the awesome clothes, handsome knights and sword fights and minus the lice, plague and lack of cleanliness and death from curable diseases. So...ermm...I would escape to a fantasy version of the medieval period. ;)

BLHmistress February 24, 2011 at 6:31 PM  

Hi Bronwyn, I do have a question you said you kids are reading YA what would you suggest for a 13 yr old that doesn't care to read?

vampiremistress2010(at)gmail(dot)com

elaing8 February 24, 2011 at 8:04 PM  

Great interview.
Since there is no way I am capable of writing a spell :) My question is
Which one of your characters was your favorite to write?

elaing8(at)netscape(dot)net

Jason February 24, 2011 at 8:28 PM  

I love you, my sweet Bron. :)

~snuggles~

Bronwyn Green February 24, 2011 at 11:25 PM  

@ BLHmistress My youngest son who's 13 was a reluctant reader, too. But the series that finally made him love reading is called Fablehaven. He devoured the whole series in a week and a half. And it's great for boys and girls. I can't think of a single girl that I've recommended Lament, Ballad, Shiver and Linger to (all by Maggie Stiefvater) and Hush Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick to who didn't LOVE them. Oh and my oldest son's GF who's 15 adores The Hunger Game. I haven't read it yet, but I've heard nothing but amazing things about it. Also, if your kid likes zombies, The Forest of Hands and Teeth is really good. I think the author of that one is Carrie Ryan. That's probably way more info than you were hoping for - lol!

@ elaing8 - Ooooh tough question...it's really hard to narrow it down to just one, but I really loved Ian in Immortal Curse. He made me smile a lot while I was writing. :D

@ Jason - I love you, too, my honey! :)

Cathie February 25, 2011 at 9:50 AM  

Do you enjoy writing about good characters or bad characters more?

lovemybabysquid at yahoo dot com

Maria (pronounced Mariah) I blame my mother... February 25, 2011 at 1:17 PM  

I too don't know who you find the time to make your own clothes...then again I don't have a cordinated bone in my body and sewing requires the capability to make straight lines!

I love your suggestions for early readers! My daughter loved most of those books...she is 12 and an avid reader. She gets most of them from the school library for reading class. I was schocked at the selection they had.

Your books look faboulous! I have to admit most of the time I don't look at the covers and just pay attention to reviews as 90-95% of the books I read I read on my Kindle...do you have a e-reader and if so what kind? Do you find you sell more hard copies or e-books these days?

Thanks! mmafsmith@gmail.com

Bronwyn Green February 25, 2011 at 2:26 PM  

@ Cathie - I generally like my characters to have a bit of an edge to them. But of the the truly bad characters I've written, they honestly kinda creeped me out a little. :)

@ Maria - Believe it or not, I still read most of my ebooks on my top lap(and sometimes on my phone - I have a Kindle ap on my iPhone. But hubby has a Sony ebook reader that he loves and I have my eye on the new iPad. :D Oh, and I definitely sell more ebooks :)

JoAnna February 26, 2011 at 6:55 PM  

Hi Bronwyn!
All your books sounds wonderful!
I love paranormal romance.
I'm not very creative so I can't really help with the spells. I loved Charmed and part of one of my favorite spells was...
"I'm rejectin' yer deflection!" :)

For my question, do you do any research for your stories?

beckerjo(at)verizon(dot)net

Bronwyn Green February 26, 2011 at 8:37 PM  

@ JoAnna - Usually I end up doing some kind of research for each book. For the stories involving law enforcement, I took a citizens police academy course for 10 wks. For the bear shifter books, I interviewed (repeatedly - lol) a DNR wildlife biologist and for the other paranormal stories I've interviewed psychics and even took a couple field trips to the creepy abandoned school house featured in Immortal Curse. I love research! :D

lindseye February 27, 2011 at 3:43 PM  

Always up for a new book. Do you think you would try to write YA based on your exposure to the teenage boy mind or are their mysteries safely channelled into other pursuits?

linze_e at hotmail dot com

AsianCocoa February 27, 2011 at 4:30 PM  

Great interview. You're such an artsy, creative person Brownwyn. I'm so envious. I grew up in a household of creative people and don't have an artsy bone in body. Boo :-(
I went to your website and enjoyed the book trailers. I'm really interested in reading Immortal Curse and Just Right.
I don't have any questions. I'm just in awe of your Superwoman powers.

asiancocoa94 AT aol DOT com

Bronwyn Green February 27, 2011 at 6:08 PM  

@ Lindseye - LOL, well, I don't know that I'd write a book based on the daily insanity with them but those boys seem to be creeping into the manuscript, so I imagine bits and pieces will end up in the YA story. :)

@ AsianCocoa - Awwww, thank you! But I don't know about Superwoman powers - I think if I had them, my house would be clean right now. ;)

Kasumi February 27, 2011 at 7:34 PM  

I really want to make an spell! But in Spanish, sorry:

Oh, Madre Tierra,
tú que eres mujer,
escucha la súplica de tu hija,
que ruega por tu merced.


It's a general prayer to Mother Earth. I hope it makes it and I can be part of the giveaway :D

kasumigogo[at]gmail[dot]com

Thank you :D

Bronwyn Green February 28, 2011 at 5:27 AM  

@ Kasumi - Thank you so much! That's beautiful! I even managed to translate most of it - my oldest son helped me with the rest. :)

Bronwyn Green March 1, 2011 at 7:36 PM  

Winners! I have them!

(for those not familiar with my contesty ways, I always let my youngest son pick names from a hat.

So, Victoria won the Celtic Fire print antho.

JoAnna won the Magic's Embrace print antho.

And Maria (pronounced Mariah) I blame my mother won her choice of three of my ebooks.

Thank you so much to JoJo for hosting the contest and interviewing me and thank you also to everyone who stopped by to say and enter. It's hugely appreciated and I hope I get to meet at least some of you at AAD this year! :D

JoAnna March 1, 2011 at 7:54 PM  

Thanks so much!!! I will be at AAD this year and look forward to meeting you!
Congrats to the other winners!

Bronwyn Green March 1, 2011 at 8:14 PM  

Derp! I forgot to say that I'll be contacting the winners via email. :)

@ JoAnna - Awesome! I'm looking forward to meeting you, too! :D

Victoria March 2, 2011 at 2:29 AM  

Thank you so much and CONGRATULATIONS to the other winners!

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