Day: December 7, 2018
Today we are here with Isobelle Cate. Thanks for stopping by to chat. Let’s get starts.
1) Tell us what genre you write and when did you start writing.
Isobelle: Paranormal and Contemporary Romance. I began writing when I was still in high school but became a published writer in 2013
2) Do you have a favorite book that you have written?
Isobelle: Gosh this is a tough one. Ha! Paranormal, I’d probably say My Haven, My Midnight (Book 5 of the Cynn Cruor Bloodline series), and Take all of Me (Book 3 of the Second Chances series). They’re my favorites because the characters are placed through the wringer. It’s about sacrifices, and secrets that can make or break a relationship and the protagonists have to go through inner and outer conflicts and come out stronger than they were before.
Red: Those sound amazing. Reds review team have read several of these. Their reviews will be listed at the bottom of this interview.
3) How about a favorite character from your books? Do you have a specific way you choose the characters names?
Isobelle: Female character would probably be Amaryllis Hart from My Have, My Midnight. Male character would probably be Zac McBain from Midnight’s Fate (his story isn’t over yet! 😉 As for their names, I look for the oldest Scottish male and female names since my paranormal romances involve vampire/wolfen hybrids who trace their origins in Scotland. At times, the names just come to me full-blown like Amaryllis’ or Eirene Spence’s name. Eirene is the heroine from Rapture at Midnight.
Red: Eirene is so original. I don’t think I have ever seen it on a book I have read before.
4) What is your favorite part of being a published author?
Isobelle: That I’m able to write stories that readers will love and get to engage with readers when I can.
Red: It must be amazing to see your words come together and then have other read it.
5) Where is the strangest place you had a book or character idea come to you? (more…)
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