Word-Slingers – Guest Chastity Bush #contest

Today’s guest is Chastity Bush. I hope you like her! There’s a contest, so don’t forget to comment when you drop by. 🙂

1)         How long have you been writing?

Professionally, I’ve been writing about five years. But I can’t remember a time that I wasn’t jotting down something, be it a little short story or something in a journal.

2)         How many balls do you juggle on a daily basis, and how do you manage to keep them all in the air (usually), (ball = work, writing, family, etc.)

I have a husband and two daughters, ages thirteen and eight. Between taking care of my families basic needs, and doing all the other stuff required of a wife and the mother of dramatic little girls, I stay pretty busy. I squeeze in writing when I can. I do my most writing when they’re at school. After that, the word count is almost nonexistent.

3)         I offered to interview you when a call went out looking for locations. I’m not familiar with your work yet unfortunately (that will change!). What can you tell us about your most recent releases?

I’ve been pretty busy with three releases in the last three months. One in May and two in June. All of my writing has a suspenseful/mysterious edge and a lot of humor. I love reading things that make me think and laugh at the same time, so I strive to do the same with my books for my readers.
 Reluctant Angel is my most recent release and was so much fun to write. It’s a paranormal/fantasy romance and completely different from the other paranormals I’ve written.

4)         What is it about your genre(s) that you like so much?

I write almost all genres, but paranormal in my favorite. I love that you can make your characters anything you can possibly imagine. There are so many possibilities when writing paranormals. It’s so much fun.

5)         Do you think you’ll move to other sorts of books, and if yes, what to and when?

Actually, I’m working on something right now (Melody Massacre to the Rescue) that’s a style that I’ve never before attempted. I’ve never written a story in the first person, but this one has been a lot of fun. It’s a paranormal suspense and beyond hilarious. I can’t wait until it’s finished.

6)         Sweet or sour?

Sweet! I have the biggest sweet tooth

7)         Chocolate or vanilla?

Vanilla. Yum!

Chastity Bush is the author of the several novels known for their spicy romance, suspense and humorous edge. when not writing her next novel, you can find her spending time with her husband and their two daughters.

When a tragic accident takes the life of Killian Sams, she enters the one place she never thought she’d see. Heaven… or something like it. 
Desperate for a second chance at life, Killian’s willing to do whatever it takes to regain her human life, including falling to Earth and facing the Destroyer.
If she can defeat The Destroyer, a creature who awakens once ever century to take the souls of as many people possible for power, she’ll earn any one of the countless souls he’s harvested over the years, including an immortal one.
But there’s a catch, in order for her to be sent on this mission, she has to agree to help Chase Crawford- a mercenary who’s in desperate need of saving- see that his life is still worth living. However, she never expected to fall for the ruggedly handsome soldier of fortune.
Now, not only does Killian have eight days to find, face, and defeat The Destroyer in order to stay on Earth, she has to do it while fighting her growing feelings for the man she’s vowed to save, or lose him forever.
One lucky commenter will receive a copy of either Reluctant Angel or any of Chastity’s backlist (check out her Amazon page –link above– for the list). So don’t forget to comment!
Thanks again for coming by, Chastity. I wish you all the best in your writing.

Monday will have an author spotlight from fellow Evernight writer, Katherine Wyvern and her latest Romance on the Go release, Head Shy.



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