When someone hurts me or is generally an asshole, I try to see things from their perspective. Maybe they had a bad day and don't know how to deal. Maybe they have a tumultuous life, so they lash out as a way to feel in control. Maybe they secretly hate themselves and just want to… Continue reading Can a villain learn to love?
Rhys. I love that name. I went out with a guy named Rhys once, but he wasn't the inspiration for this character. No, the Rhys I knew was (and still is) a writer who sports a dashing moustache and doesn't much care for physical fitness. Today, I'm visiting bookwork book blogger Amy Garnet of 6 Feet… Continue reading Blog tour: Day 8 — Rhys Carver
Today, I'm visiting at Lisabet Sarai's blog, Beyond Romance, talking about the sexy and respectful hero of Chasing Sisyphus. I grew up in a time we now brand as an era of "toxic masculinity" and, well, I can't argue with the label. So many things I thought were normal back then now give me a royal ick… Continue reading Blog tour: Day 4 — Creating a respectful hero
The tour has begun! My first stop is the blog of award-winning UK author, Lily Harlem. Today, we're talking about Adria, the heroine of Chasing Sisyphus. Learn a little about her history and motives, check out a story excerpt, and enter the giveaway draw to win a $25 Amazon gift card. 👉 Read now: Adria Yuan —… Continue reading Blog tour: Day 1 — Adria Yuan