So, you've read my thoughts. Now we have a couple of things to share with you from Julie (err, not me, the author Julie)!
1. What do you think is the difference between a reader and a real Book Lover?
Hmm, is there a difference? I guess a reader is someone who reads and enjoys the story, but a real Book Lover is someone who falls in love with the characters, can't wait to get home to start reading, thinks of books as treasured possessions, and would rather be engrossed in a story than anything else.
2. What can we expect of The Iron Knight?
Danger, adventure, heartbreak, and sacrifice. And a lot of bickering between Puck and Ash. But you'll have to read the book to see if Ash gets his happy ending. ;-)
3. Considering his often-mentioned icy demeanor, was it hard for you to switch from Meghan's perspective to Ash's in writing The Iron Knight?
It was different. I know Meghan; I know her voice, her personality, her character. It was harder writing Ash, because if you know the Winter prince at all, you know he isn't very chatty. Some days I've be sitting at my keyboard, yelling "Will you TALK already!" at him. So I'd say it was different, and a little more difficult, but I finally got him to open up in the end.
Thanks for the input, Julie!
--Julie (but not the one who answered the questions)