Thursday, February 2, 2012

Author Interview With Elizabeth Morgan

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She-Wolf (The Blood Series Prequel)
Dealing with the Rogue werewolves terrorizing his Pack? Simple. Trying to convince his mate he does want to be with her? Bloody impossible.

Owen MacLaren is the Alpha's son and the Pack's second, and he has never been one to let anything get to him. So when a bunch of Rogues begin purposely dumping mutilated bodies around the Pack Keep, he is more than ready to deal with the Werewolves responsible. But one trip to a local strip joint for a colleague's stag night changes things, and Owen soon discovers he isn't immune to everything . . . .

After five years away, Clare Walker finds herself back home in Scotland, working in a strip club. The tips are decent, and she gets to dance, but it isn't a place she thought she would ever be, let alone Owen, her Pack second and the Werewolf who broke her heart.

Although Owen is determined to prove he wants to be with Clare, things can't go smoothly between them, not when they have past issues to sort out and a bunch of unusual 'Rogues' to deal with.
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1. What is your favorite character in your book and why is it your favorite?

I hate to admit it, but Owen. He's cocky, and annoyingly charismatic, and I think I might respect his "I don't give a shit" attitude. He doesn't worry about anything -- apart from Clare's safety & happiness - and I think that's refreshing. Worrying can tire a person out.

*Owen stands smugly in the corner. His "I knew you loved me" look forming*
Yeah, this book, MacLaren. This particular book. If the question had been directed to the series you'd be number 2, or possibly 3. So there.

2. What would you have done differently if you was the main character of your book?
Handled my responses better - past and present ones.

3. Do you ever have dreams about any of your characters?
Dreams. Day dreams, and nightmares. They wont leave me alone.

4. What’s your wildest thoughts when writing this book?

"I wish I was a werewolf." - Yeah, that's as wild as my thoughts go when it comes to this book. I think I would make a kick-ass Werewolf.

5. If things that have happened in your book happened to you what would you have done?
Thrown my drink, on Owen. Punched Owen, and then possibly smash his mobile so we could continue what we started in the private room of the Lollypop stop.
*Owen arches eyebrow*
You're annoying, and overprotective, but your hot, MacLaren. I never said I wouldn't jump your bones if given the opportunity. So hush.

6. Did you have any kinky thoughts while writing?
Yeah, and they're all in the book ;-P
7. If one of your characters showed up at your door one morning what would have been your first thoughts/words to him/her?
Thought - "Leave me alone!"
Words - "What now?"

8. When writing is there anything weird you do to help you write better?
Weird? You mean like a little ritual? Like balancing a pint on my head, and doing the cha-cha with my two cats, and were all dressed in ball gowns?
Nah, nothing like that, but it's sure one funny visual. I like to listen to music, and I find a good cuppa can make a difference.

9. Do cry when writing sad scenes?

I can get teary, yes, but I have never full out cried.

10. How hard do you laugh when writing a funny scene?

Not hard. I just do one of those. "Ha, ha. I'm so witty," types of laughs, and then wipe the happy tear from my eye and continue.

11. Any family member’s actions or descriptions ever used in any of your writings?
The Pack alone has 21 Werewolves in it, on top of Characters that will be met/or mentioned throughout the series - which stands at 43 characters in total, and it isn't counting the extras. O_o - I started to run out of names. Stupid I know since there are sooo many.
So, I started pinching names of family members, particularly my Scottish side. But, that's as far as family influence has gone within any of my stories.

Thank you for coming to read my craziness! For more information on oddness that is me, or my work:-

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  1. Always good to read about ya Elizabeth!

    I'd love to be a werewolf if I could skip the bone-cracking transformation process...

    1. So, old wolfman style? :-P

      That film was insan. The camera stayed on chaneys legs for 5 mins watching as they became hairy. One minute he's a guy, the next minute he's an overly hairy guy . . O_o

      Thanks for stopping by, KB.

  2. ROFL! Great interview, Beth and Elizabeth! That's one huge pack--no wonder you might start to run out of names! And LOL at you writing those funny moments--hey, if you can make yourself laugh, you know we'll all be holding our sides!

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    1. It sure is, and they're only one of two in the series! *Get's her name searchin on!*

      I laugh at everything though, so it's quite easy for me to get hysterical. But yes, I do hope y'all will chuckle your socks off.

  3. that a good one i like t he way the book is done and then the cover is great good luck with it i read it no problem

  4. I hear you about your characters not leaving you alone, and I LOVE your response to question six :) Great interview. x

    1. They're stalkers! lol well, I have to do something with those types of thoughts :-P

      Thanks for stopping by, Dianna!

  5. This looks like a fun read. Thanks!

  6. Got to love those alpha male characters. Love the cover that goes with the story. Thanks for the chance to win.

  7. The cover artist - Fiona Jayde - did a great job. There was a lot of squeaking when I first saw it.

    Thanks for stopping by!

  8. Hello,
    I have to start off by saying that I love the cover to this book.I love so many of Elizabeths comments especially about the kinky thoughts and she said there all in her book. Made me laugh any many wouldn't admit that.LOL I like Elizabeths answers about laughing and crying when writing about her books. As a reader I love that show of emotion. Any book that makes me laugh & cry throught the book many times gets my vote and I always write a 5 star review. You know that you have done your job as an author providing the entertainment we need as readers.I can have the worse day possible but, the minute I sit down and open a book I am right as rain again. Best of luck to Elizabeth hope your book tops the charts. And Beth shes one of my BBF's, she always makes me laugh. Thanks for the great interview guys!
    Goodnight Hugs,

  9. What a wonderful cover. I really enjoyed the interview. Thanks for the chance to win. :)
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  10. Winner will be choosen some time today by the author :D

  11. Thank you for stopping by everyone. I'm glad you enjoyed the interview.

    With the help of I have selected a winner . . . Joelle! Congratulations!

    If you could send me an email at - - I will send your copy of She-Wolf to you :-D