Welcome to our version of space travel with Michele Hart, sci-fi romance author. She'll be our captain today! Thank you for dressing appropriately for our space adventure and for checking your lasers at the door. As you'll notice over there, the transfer platform remains off limits. We don't want to lose anyone! Refreshments are on your right, please help yourself to the Stellar Margaritas and the Kamikazes! As soon as everyone arrives and is seated, we'll get started.
Michele: Thank you, Deanna, for having me on your blog today. This is a wonderful drink! mmmmm
Michele: Oh, he’s a lover, too. Problem is, Rachel’s an iceberg who doesn’t appreciate the abduction or the gruesome, deadly work his laser has done before her eyes. Turns out, that’s not foreplay to her. When she stands steadfast against all his heavy-weight charm, Jack calls upon his A-game seduction. And it’ll have to be a pretty good game to get his way with an angry, obstinate, and frightened Rachel. Devoted to the mission of melting her, Jack’s got plans, the face of an angel, and a prison-built body from Hell. With hypnotic sky eyes, he can command her thoughts to stop. And that’s just the beginning of his game, just the first trick hidden up his sleeves. Jack knows how to turn up the heat.
Michele: He’s on fire, and he burns down Rachel’s clean and safe world. Then he makes all the doomsday weapons and narrow escapes very worth it in the end.
Deanna: Tell us a bit about yourself that our readers might not know.
Michele: I’m a hermit. I don’t do much more than write, do promo, and study. I’m big on science, so I’ll study a science and write a Romance about the people working with that science, or people who are victims of it. Hmm, something readers don’t know… Nothing can put me in a bikini… Littering makes me insane… I was a Boy Scout in high school. The Science Explorers were owned by the Boy Scouts, so I can say that…and I can wiggle my ear. Those are a few big, hold-the-presses news items.
Deanna: What happened that made you want to become a writer?
Michele: I had a friend who was very creative, and I admired him for that. He started passing me pop Fantasy books, and it wasn’t long before I started thinking, I want to try that… First thing I wrote was a 9-book series. Unsalable, but fun. I learned how to write with that project.. I still love the story. I used that friend as a model for Jack. My creative friend was quite the successful woman wrangler, still is, so I gave Jack all of his slick moves. My friend plus danger plus homicide equals Jack. Of course, no one can pull off a zebra-striped toga with combat boots like my friend can. He taught me how sexy combat boots could be. He’s in Taiwan right now, teaching kids English. I wonder what he’d think if he read this. He doesn’t know he’s Jack. If I told him, he’d just get a big head. :-)
Deanna: Do you write under a pen name?
Michele: I did go by a pen name when I first started publishing. I’d taken the name of the first heroine I wrote, Crystal Drake. But it became confusing. I’m glad to be using my real name.
Deanna: Is there a certain type of character that is easier to write than another?
Michele: It’s easy and fun for me to write the egotistic hero. That guy just flows onto my keyboard. He is definitely fun to write.
Michele: I read some Fantasy, some Sci-Fi, and some Romantic Suspense. I like the unordinary, but I’ve written those too, so I guess I don’t read much out of my genre. I read a lot of science.
Deanna: Where can our readers get more information on your books and website?
|Michele Hart's Website|
Michele: Here is a blurb on the book and my links!
Michele: Thanks, Deanna, for having me on your blog today. Readers! I get to draw the name of a commenter to win an e-book copy of my summer release, Mind-Blown, a tale of love and mind control. What fun! Good luck! Comment away!