Today on the blog we have Lisa Sanchez, author of Eve of Samhain!
1) If you could pick one of your own characters to accompany
you to the beach, which one would you pick. Why?
Woohoo! We’re starting off with an easy question. I like it! I’d
pick Quinn for sure. Not only is he super shmexy, he’s also witty
and looks fabulous in a pair of board shorts. And really, who
wouldn’t want a sex god rubbing suntan lotion all over their nearly
2) Where is your favorite vacation spot?
I’d have to go with Kauai. My family and I traveled there a few
years ago for my sister’s wedding, and I didn’t want to leave.
3) Do you have an ideal summer snack?
I’ll pretty much eat anything you put in front of me (she laughs.)
However, when it’s smokin’ hot out, I must admit I’m partial to
fruit salad. Oh yeah, baby. Give me some sliced up watermelon,
strawberries and grapes, and I’m a happy girl. Throw in some
blackberries and I’m giddy.
4) What is your most anticipated book release of the summer?
Tough question! I have a few! Definitely looking forward to
reading Gena Showalter’s The Darkest Lie. Love Gideon! I’m
also looking forward to Maggie Stiefvater’s Linger, and Eternity
and a Day by J.A. Saare.
5) Flip flops….or barefoot?
Flops for sure. I live in them year round.
6) Lay on the sand, or swim in the ocean?
I’m not the strongest swimmer. I’m also not fond of seaweed,
sharks or sea-life of any kind. Yeah, I’m a total sissy-foo-foo girl.
I much prefer to slap on some sunscreen and soak up the sun on
my oversized beach towel.
7) Do you have a special spot that you write during the summer?
My hubby’s always trying to get me to bring my laptop outside and
write by the side of the pool. No can do. It’s too distracting, the
glare off the screen bothers my eyes, and if it got wet, I might have
to maim someone. I prefer my ugly, brown, easy chair inside my
air conditioned home.
8) What is your favorite summer memory?
Nothing beats hangin’ by the pool with family, friends and good
food. Some of my best memories are of watching my daughter’s
and their friends getting tossed into the pool by their fathers, and
talking smack with my best girls over chips and dip. Good times!
9) What is your favorite part of your book, Eve of Samhain?
The shower scene in chapter seventeen, hands down. Just
thinking about that scene makes my breath catch and sends my
pulse racing. (Fans self) Did it get hot in here all of a sudden?
10) What are you working on now? Can you share a bit?
You bet! I’m currently polishing up the sequel to EOS, which is
Martha’s story. I can’t tell you anything other than this: Martha is
a complete and total badass! Squee!
I also just finished up a romantic suspense I’m really excited about.
The hero is raw, and wounded, and oh-so-sexy. I think I’m in love.