April Kelley and I are starting something different, instead of blog swapping we will be answering questions along with sharing bits of our research into 2nd BonyDee Press challenge; click name for rules
Please, after reading below, go and check out April’s Post
What Your Fav book you wrote?
Hm… this is a hard one. I’m tempted to go with exactly what I wrote on ManLove Fantasy blog but that seems a bit…I don’t know, easy. It’s all true though and so it wouldn’t be that I’m laying it. That book holds it’s head up high, but the reason I love that book is because of the reason I wrote it. Because of the subject matter. But is it my fav in the plan way that a book just becomes that.
I’d love to say the next release of mine is my favourite. And I do love it. It’s one of the best books I’ve ever written. And that comes after saying Outside Sanity was a well written book, at least it’s the best I’ve done so far.
And the thing is I’ve loved all my books, still do. I’m not pushed anything that I haven’t wanted to stand behind. But my favourite? I don’t know. and it’s not a ‘don’t know’ in the way of not being able to pick. It’s honestly I don’t know. I tend to write and then bush it all aside and move on. I end up getting to a point where I never want to see the effing thing again and that makes it hard to choose a favourite because am I choosing it as a favourite of is it the only one that’s come out the other side of the dog house?
I love Loved By A Werewolf, even though it’s horribly written. There are holes everywhere and it just…it’s not a good read. It’s enjoyable if you can get over all the problems with it, but on a whole there are just so many of them. I love the series in full, I love the idea and want to get back into it, but that’s a story for another time. the thing is after writing book 5 I got…it became complicated and I lost sight of the story, the adventure. It became a series I’d think of with dread, because I had to write another and another when I had no passion left.
I then tend to forget books, I forget the fun ones I wrote for other people, like Ben’s Wolf Surprise, or A Road Worth Travelling. I’d forget the ones I wrote to challenge myself Running Scared, Love Without Knowing It, Outside Sanity.
I forget about how I got caught up in the buzz of excitement that continued on, My Outside My Inside, The Way Life Turns.
And then, because those hold a meaning outside itself. I forget the ones I did just because. Because the story hit, the idea was interesting and didn’t need much from me. Gotta Start Somewhere, Hunted, My Kevin
And then all this gets pushed aside because of what’s coming. because of the new and exciting. Being That For You, The Next Challenge, Greenbelt Wolves, Irritating Outsider.
The thing is as I look back over the blog I think I got everything that’s needed. I don’t have a favourite of my books, I like them all, I loathe them all, and I would kill someone for them *wink* and that’s okay. There my books and I should feel this way about them all. I’m allowed, just as other authors are allowed to pick just one. there’s allowed to sit back and say, yes, this is the best one I’ve ever written, and maybe if I had one that I could do that with this post would have come out a lot differently, but until then I will allow myself to like them all and wait. hope that I’m able to write a book that stands on it’s own and say, “yes, this the best you’ll ever write, the best plot you’ve ever come up against, it’s quite simply the best” and I’ll smile wide, grateful that I have something to say flat out. Until then, this is my blog and I’m not forced to choose one over the other because that’s all you’ve got time for so I’m going to take it and run
The Way Life Turns by April Kelley & Bronwyn Heeley
(A BonyDee Press Challenge)
What happens when two men are in very different places in their relationship?
Almost from the start of their relationship, Jonah was in love with Scott. Scott doesn’t share that same sentiment. Jonah finds out exact how Scott feels about him the hard way, when he sees Scott in a compromising position with someone else. How they react becomes the challenge two authors have set out to solve. Will there be forgiveness or misery as Jonah reacts to what Scott has done?