Denise Summers is an Indie Author launching her first paranormal romance book An Immortal Sacrifice, she is also a bookstagramer and booktok influencer. She has created her own website focusing on helping authors help each other. I highly encourage you to check out her website as she doesn’t only promote her books.
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Question 1 If you could pick one thing to remove/change from any of your books or book what would it be?
Food sources for the supernatural
Question 2 What part of the book was the most fun to write?
Ray’s banter with everyone he meets
Question 3 What is the significance of the title?
It’s a sacrifice for redemption and new beginnings
Question 4 If you’re planning a series, can you share a tiny bit about your plans for it
Ray and Ayla’s story
Question 5 What’s your favorite spot to visit in your own country? And what makes it so special to you?
A park near my house. A small hidden path with a waterfall and pond. It’s where I got most of my inspiration for the story
Question 6 What’s your favorite writing snack or drink?
Coffee, coffee and lattes
Question 7 If your book were made into a movie, which actors would play your characters?
Ray: Chris Pratt Sylvie: Naya Rivera (RIP) Ayla: Katherine Graham Genevieve: Gillian Jacobs Kalum: Thomas Doherty
Question 8 What was your favorite song while writing this book? Do you have a playlist I can share?
Breathe Me – Sia, You say – Lauren Daigle, The Only Exception– Paramore, Speechless- Dan + Shay, Can’t Help Falling in Love– Kina Grannis
Question 9 Describe your writing space?
Outside in the park with coffee
Question 10 What advice do you have for writers/authors?
Rejections are a chance to grow. Don’t fear them, embrace them. They will make you better where compliments won’t.
Question 11 If you had to be shipwrecked on a deserted island, but all your human needs—such as food and water—were taken care of, what two items would you want to have with you?
A book on how to build a boat and an axe
Question 12 If you could compare yourself with any animal, which would it be and why?
Sloth. Not cause I’m lazy and procrastinate, which I am and do but for its ability to defy the norm. Survival of the fittest and the laziest creature survives because of it. I’m the sloth cause I won’t do what’s normal to survive in this. I will do it my way.