I’d like to welcome indie author Angela White to my blog. I’ve got some questions for her and she’s answered at least one of them in a creative way – read the interview to find out how :). So without further ado, let’s get to know a bit about Angela and her books…
Tell us about your new book:
“An Eagle is the only line of defense between our camp of survivors and a hostile new world. Extreme force is necessary and will be used at my discretion, no matter the age or condition of the threat. True mercy in this new hell usually comes from death and hardly anything else. Be prepared to not only face it up close but also to be the one pulling that trigger. Lives are not to be taken lightly, but they will be taken.”
It’s part of a series, so tell us about the series:
Fated to lead New America, seven special people survive the apocalypse, only to find themselves on an adventure that will shake the very core of who they thought they were. From dangerous trips into dark, decaying cities, to patriotic rescues and magic revelations, Life After War is an action packed fantasy where those left must come to terms with their mistakes in the old world, while fighting for a place in the new one.
What inspired this book?
Mostly the terminator films. The idea of being destined to survive a nuclear apocalypse… well, it struck me hard and I’ve loved this genre since. Writing it just came natural.
Why should readers read you? What makes you different?
I’m a female horror, fantasy, adventure, sci-fi, and romance writer. Who wouldn’t like to read me? Lol… seriously, now that the pleasantries are out-of-the-way, let’s you and I take a little stroll. There’s a story I need to let out of its cage and I think it’s one you need to hear. It’s about the end of the world as we know it…
What’s your best marketing tip for indie authors?
Lower the price. Then get a real editor. Do those two and you can’t miss. Readers are hungry for good fiction.
Time for some rapid-fire questions:
Coke or Pepsi?
Summer or Winter?
Zombies or Vampires?
Snow skiing or the beach?
Ice cream or cake?
This sounds like an interesting series from a great indie author – I hope you’ll stop by Angela’s site for more information.
You can buy the book here.
Good luck to you Angela and thanks for stopping by.