Friday, February 15, 2013

Author Interview: Bella Forrest

Bella Forrest

Author of A Shade of Vampire
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Author Bio:
 I've been telling stories pretty much since I could talk. Instead of having my parents read me bed-time stories, I would prefer to share with them my own made up tales.
As I grew older, I developed a passion for the fantasy genre.
I’m an avid reader and a hopeless Potterhead.
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Bella Forrest released her debut novel in just December 14, 2012 and the book became a Number 1 Christmas Bestseller in Vampire Romance, Paranormal and Fantasy on Amazon.

I was excited to have Bella answer some questions that we thought up to help us get to know her a little better and give her a nice warm welcome.

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Questions & Answers

What is your favorite part in the book?

The ending is my favorite part of the book. It’s the culmination of a lot of built-up emotions that finally break free.

What character from your story would you like to have dinner/spend a day with?

I would love to have dinner with Derek the vampire, although Sofia might get jealous of me J

Are you working on anything new?

I’m currently working on the sequel to A Shade of Vampire.

Who's your favorite author?

I don’t have a favorite, but here are three of my favorites:
Jane Austen
JK Rowling
C.S. Lewis

Why did you decide to become a writer?

Writing is something I’ve always done for enjoyment since I was a kid. I had a hyperactive imagination and felt the need to express myself in words from a young age.

Why do you think someone should read your book, so why/when would you recommend it?

I find it hard to talk about my own book, but I think you’ll find it to be an unexpected, fresh take on the vampire genre.

What is it like to receive a review for your book? How do you feel when there is a good or bad one?

I always feel honored when someone takes time out of their life to read my book.
Even when the review is negative, I still feel grateful they bothered to read and write about it.
Fiction is so subjective. One person will go crazy about your book while another will think it’s a load of rubbish. There’s no point getting your knickers in a twist about it.

Any advice for an aspiring author?

Fix a minimum period during which you must write every single day.

I would like to thank Bella Forrest for taking the time to interview with us!  I hope you all check out her work.

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