Saturday, April 30, 2011

More About Jack - A Scavenger Hunt

My publisher and a couple others are having a grand online scavenger hunt. In order to enter, you need to email and ask her for a list of questions to answer. Then you get to hop about online and read about different book characters so you can answer the questions. Every participating author has donated prizes, so maybe you'll win something. I offered a free download of any of my stories.

Here's my interview of Jack from Friday Night, a naughty little wolfish story of finding new love and himself.

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So, what's it like being a werewolf?

It totally sucks. It's not easy to hide and I get these monthly urges to hunt whenever the moon is full. Kinda puts a freakin' damper on a relationship. At first, I didn't know what was happening to me, but after a while I was able to become more aware during the change.

What's Friday Night about?

Basically it's about me and Raul falling for each other then my ex kidnaps him. Oh yeah and his crazy sister tags along and scares me. I thought I had issues... Anyways, it's about finding a place to fit in, finding out who I'm supposed to be. All my life I've been thrown away or used. It was nice to finally find someone who didn't want to treat me like trash.

How did you become a werewolf?

Bite. My ex. Seriously, he was a total nutcase. He was into pain and infliciting it on me. Lost his temper and well, it was a full moon and all. He liked the control, liked being the pack leader. But I never had a choice in the matter, so I took off the first chance I could.

What do you like best about Raul?

The way he talks with that heavy Spanish accent. Oh and his eyes. Dark chocolate eyes I can't stop looking at.

If you could change any one thing about yourself, what would it be?

I wish I wasn't a werewolf. I wish I could take it all back, hit rewind you know and make it like it never happened. But then again, if I wasn't what I am, I don't think I'd have found Raul. Life has a funny way of working like that.

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