Hellllo readers hope you’re well – I apologise that the blog has been a little off for a while there’s a reason for that and it’s also the reason they’ve been a lot more guest postings but I will get into this. I currently have very little internet and unfortunately before that day came that the internet just wasn’t there I had quite a few scheduled up to post so I apologise it’s been a little heavy on guest postings recently. Today I have a fantastic guest post from Lynn Case and it’s a brilliant interview so I hope you won’t mind! Enjoy 😀
Tell us a bit about yourself:
Well, I’m, just a country girl at heart, I have lived most of my life in California. Except for a few years spent in Alaska while my husband, Dan, was serving in the U.S. Army. We have two grown children and many pets. Multiple dogs, cats and a very curious cockatoo named Clyde. I love to cook, if you follow my blog on my website www.lynncasebooks.com you will see a few recipes that I like to share and I love to write. I don’t always make public the things I write, but some I do.
We have traveled across the country and have visited thirty eight states in the U.S. some multiples times. Through our travels is where I get some of the inspirations for my stories. Writing short stories here and there while growing up, being a private person, I never shared my writings, even with close friends or family. Much less allow them to be made public. I was strongly encouraged to publish my first novel, Fear’s Revenge in September 2013.
I received tremendous feedback from readers so I decided to release my second novel, Return to Lily Cove in March 2014 and just his past August I released my third novel, Gabrielle, lost and I am currently working on my fourth novel in the series, Feathers in the Wind. Hopefully, I can get this one done and released in early 2016.
Who or What inspired you to start writing this book?
I kept having scene run through my mind and after a few days of it repeating itself I decided to start writing them down. Day after day until the first book was done. Then it was onto the next story.
What three words would you use to describe this book?
Roller coaster ride, maybe? That’s what one reader said about it. I really liked that description.
Who is your target group for this book?
My books are about women in their late 30’s. Because basically us women are never older than that, right ladies? So my target group is women 18 and over. I feel that some of the chapters are a little graphic, so I wouldn’t recommend them for younger audiences.
Tell us about this book.
Allison Symms had forgotten everything about that night over twenty years ago. The night she was held captive in an old cabin in the woods. Last thing she can remember is running through the woods and crashing head on into something, falling back knocking herself unconscious.
She doesn’t remember anything about that night until one day she gets knocked over by a city bus taking a turn to sharp and hits her head against a flower planter and goes unconscious once again. Then she begins to have horrific nightmares and flashbacks to events that she can’t remember.
After seeing her therapist and undergoing hypnosis, all is revealed about the lost events of that one traumatic night. Allison decides to take the law into her own hands and take Fears Revenge on the four boys that held her captive.
As each detailed step of revenge Allison takes against, Cole, Tyler, Tony and Bobby she is beginning the healing and growing process in more ways than she bargained for.
Do you have a favorite chapter from this book?
In Fears Revenge my favorite chapter is definitely chapter 15. I think I was laughing the whole time I was writing the main scene.
What do you hope people will gain from reading this book?
Well, I hope they enjoy reading my novels for stories themselves. I do hope the readers ultimately get the message that regardless of what or how your life has turned out we make our life what we want. If we don’t like what we have been dealt with in life, we have the inner power and strength to change it.
Is your book in Print, ebook or both?
All my novels are available in print in perfect bound, hard bound and in ebook for those readers to download on their iPads, tablets and smart phone.
What advice would you give to other Writers?
Write, just write. Write it down. Whatever comes to mind, it may not make sense to you right now, but later on it might. Just keep writing, never give up something you love doing.
Tell us the link where potential readers can buy this book.
My books re available pretty much everywhere. Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Indie Books, Xlibris and my website www.lynncasebooks.com.
Any additional links?
My website : www.lynncasebooks.com
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Lynncasebooks/
Is there anything else you would like to share about this book?
Yes, It has been reviewed and had a Hollywood Coverage completed and is available for movie or television.
So there we go readers – a fantastic interview with a really fantastic author. Have a wonderful Tuesday and I hope you enjoy the post later today too!