Welcome to the Addicted to Heroines Blog Tour 2014. Today I'd like to introduce you to author Samantha LaFantasie.
Tell us, Sam, have you ever had a dream that you've wanted to turn into a story?
Yes! It just so happens to be Made to Forget.
I've read Made to Forget and that had to be one scary dream. What are you working on now and who’s the heroine of the story?
My current work is Echoes of Memories, the second part of the Nepherium Novella Series. Elsa is still the heroine of this story, only this time, things are much tougher on her and she’s forced into some situations that she has to fight herself out of, literally.
Wow, I've read the first story in the series and I can't imagine things being harder for Elsa. What would you say makes her special, or interesting?
She’s not the damsel in distress, but she’s not a pushover either. Elsa also doesn’t remember much of the past 6 years of her life due to a mysterious accident. She has to overcome that and discover who her friends truly are and more importantly, who her enemies are.
Can you share with readers what to expect when they pick up (or download) your books?
The Nepherium Novella Series are sci-fi/fantasy featuring paranormal elements mixed into our world 240 years into the future. It’s got a very techy feel and moves along in Elsa’s perspective. The story does make use of strong language.
Speaking of a future time, imagine the ability to use technology (computer, pens, pencil, paper, ink, paint, etc.) to write is no longer in existence. What would you do if you could no longer write?
I would shrivel up and die? Produce stories verbally, of course. Probably around a campfire or with my kids snuggled up against me. When there’s a will, there’s a way.
If you were only allowed to read three more books the rest of your life, which would they be, and why?
Hehehe… I have a brilliant way around this one! First: Dragonlance Chronicles Special three book edition, featuring Dragons of Autumn Twilight, Dragons of Winter Night, and Dragons of Spring Dawning.
Second: Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare
Third: The book I lost and can’t remember the title too.
If you had the chance to invite anyone to lunch (living or dead) who would it be and why?
Cleopatra, to get the REAL story. And besides, she’s one of the most famous heroines of history.
Now that would be some kind of "ladies do lunch." So, where can readers find you online?