Thursday, June 9, 2011
Interview with author Deborah Cooke, Flying Blind tour
Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now?
In my office, writing more books, with the unfinished knitting and research books piled even deeper around my desk.
If you could visit anywhere (real or fictional), were would you go?
I love mythical creatures! Why dragons?
Dragons are powerful, noble, loyal and offer fab eye candy. What's not to love?
Be in distress. (I'm not a virgin or a princess, so it's my only shot at catching his interest.)
For people who have yet to read your book can you describe Flying Blind in three sentences?
15 year-old Zoë is the only female dragon shifter of the Pyr. She should be the Wyvern, the prophetess of her kind, but her dragon powers are AWOL. She yearns for everything to start yesterday - until it does and she has to master her powers ASAP to save the Pyr. No pressure.
Will you mention 5 words about Zoë?
Artistic. Pragmatic. Optimistic. Smart. She's becoming more confident over the series, which is fun.
If you had to choose one thing you like the most from the cover of Flying Blind, what would it be?
The snow. And her eyes. (Okay that's two things, but I can't pick between them.)
What do you look the most forward to when your book is released?
Holding a copy in my own hands. :-)
What are you working on now?
The Dragon Diaries #3 - BLAZING A TRAIL (June 2012)
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