This awesome lady wrote The Crescent:
Becoming a werewolf is not an option for seventeen-year-old Lacey Quinn, but death can be a strong motivator.
Lacey is so focused on her future, that everyday life has past her by. Counting down the days to her eighteenth birthday, she’s almost home free. But when she falls for the mysterious Alex Morris, she lands in the middle of an ancient war between two enemy wolf packs. Tempting dreams, tantalizing lies and a dangerous love triangle ensues, leaving Lacey heartbroken and confused.
Lacey’s fate rests in the hands of Alex and Brandon, but both are pulling her strings for their own agendas. Even as she slips further into the dark world of werewolves, Lacey struggles to find the truth and save the only family she’s ever known.
— Taken from her website
Check her out! As a fan of werewolves, I’ll be checking this book out.
Onto the interview!
1. Werewolves are made of awesome. Which do you prefer, though, when turning into a wolf? Wolf Man wolves or real wolves?
Oh no, it *must* be real wolves. I’m strictly a werewolf, four legs, sleek fur, almond/golden eyes, type girl. Hands down.
2. What kind of research do you have to go through for your writings?
I try to identify with my characters the most. So, I people watch. I look how people move, their interactions and their mannerisms. I really want the characters to be identifiable, more than anything. You’ll find me observing, more than participating, in most activities. That’s where my inspiration comes from- real life.
3. If you could dress up as anything you wanted for Halloween, what would it be?
I’d be Lara Croft from Tomb Raider. Yup- geeky. I know. But, she’s hot.
4. Oh no! You’re at a Hallows Eve Party and at 12am you actually become what you were dressed up as! Who/what would you be dressed up as?
Ohhh great question. More than likely I’d be a witch. I already have the hat, wand, and candles for it. J So, I guess I’m already prepared.
5. What’s next in your writing career?
The sequel to ‘The Crescent’, (Half Moon) is releasing on January 13, 2011. Currently, I’m working on one novel for a publisher and outlining the storyline for ‘Full Moon’—the end of the trilogy as well.
Thank you so much, Jordan!
Readers: Tune in everyday! Who knows…the answer to today’s question (Which can be found here) might be lurking in the interview!