Wednesday, October 12, 2016

The Return of the Di Sione Wife: Blog Tour with #giveaway


Today's book on the blog tour is pictured above. It is called The Return of the Di Sione Wife, by Caitlin Crews.

continue reading for some info from author along with giveaway entry:


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sorry this post is edited 10/19 to show correct info. I have to delete previous writing here. I incorrectly posted wrong info for this book when originally published. Here is correct info:


Q&A with Author Caitlin Crews:


1)      How did you come up with the relationship between Dario and Anais?
The Return of the Di Sione Wife is actually a part of a continuity, which means I was given a little brief on Dario and Anais’s relationship when I started.  I knew that they were married, estranged, and had a child—but it was up to me to infuse all of that with angst and emotion!  (The fun part, in other words!)
1)      What is your favorite part about writing for The Billionaire’s Legacy?
I really loved my characters and my book, but the really great thing was that the incomparable Sharon Kendrick was writing my hero’s estranged twin brother at the same time.  That meant we spent a lot of time discussing our delicious heroes, and sent each other any mentions of them in our books, so we could make sure to maintain the tone and story between both books.  It was so much fun!
2)      Do you prefer to write classic romance or heroes and heroines?
I don’t know what this question means.  I love all kinds of romance.  I love getting to immerse myself in the love stories of complicated people.  I love learning all their secrets and figuring out the unique keys to their hearts.  Writing romance isn’t just fun, it’s deeply rewarding!
3)      What was the first book that made you cry?
I’m pretty sure it was Misty of Chincoteague. J
4)      How long do you spend researching before beginning a book?
I prefer to jump in and get a feel for the characters and their dynamic.  Once I have that, it’s a lot easier to research different things and see where that takes me.  But the central relationship is the key.  It’s what everything else hinges on.  I couldresearch for years, but if the reader doesn’t invest in the romantic relationship between the main characters, the book is a failure no matter how in-depth and annotated my thoughts on the scenery are.
1)      How do you select the names of your characters?
Sometimes they just come, fully named.  Other times I think they have one name and halfway through the book it turns out they have another one.  Don’t tell anyone, but I’ve also written whole books and known the characters’ names were wrong.  But I couldn’t figure out the right one!  Books are strange.  Sometimes they have minds of their own.  

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