Tuesday 25 March 2014

7 Questions with #Author Belinda Vasquez Garcia @MagicProse #Suspense #Romance

 Are you reading any interesting books at the moment?
I’m reading a book about King Henry VIII.
What contributes to making a writer successful?
The tenacity to not give up, the ability to accept rejection yet still believe in yourself, the ability to work hard, a passion and love of writing, the talent to write exciting books and to write well and finally, imagination.
Do you have any advice for writers?
If you want to succeed, hang in there. It’s not an easy business and requires long hours and a lot of work. Ernest Hemingway once said that those who talk about writing, talk. Those who write, write. If you don’t think writing is fun, then you shouldn’t be trying to write a book.
Do you have any specific last thoughts that you want to say to your readers?
Thank you for supporting writers everywhere.
What do you do to unwind and relax.
I take Zumba, a Latin dance exercise. I walk and listen to my iPod. I go to the movies and try to unwind by watching a movie on television or a series I’m following. I try to get off the computer by 8:00 in the evening but don’t always succeed.
What dreams have been realized as a result of your writing?
Seeing my books in print, be it paperback or digital is a dream I never even imagined, though nowadays I close my eyes and imagine a new book, or several books that I’ve already designed the covers for. My dream cover is a book I’m writing this summer. I’ve made this cover the background of my PC so that I constantly know what I’m working towards.
Do you have any upcoming appearances that you would like to share with us?
I’ve been invited to the Latino Book and Family Festival in San Bernardino, CA that’s taking place on May 3rd. I will be in the Award Winning Authors Pavilion signing books.
If you could leave your readers with one bit of wisdom, what would you want it to be?
Stay thirsty, my friends, for knowledge. Try to laugh every day. Dance, even when people are looking. Try to have some fun every day and play, no matter your age. Never grow up but look at the world as a child might, as if everything is brand new and you just woke up from a long, satisfying nap.
When you wish to end your career, stop writing, and look back on your life, what thoughts would you like to have?
I hope to never end my career or stop writing. I have so much fun writing, living in my imagination, and entertaining myself. I prefer to look forward rather than backward. It seems I’m always chasing after myself. If I look back, I might just stumble and fall. Besides, what good is it to look back on your life? You can’t change the past, and giving yourself a pat on the back might break your arm. If your head grows too big, it may explode.
The last thing Miranda ever expected was to see her brother's ghost at the fallen Twin Towers.
It's bad enough survivor Christopher Michaels scares her with claims that if one dies violently, his ghost will haunt the place that holds his name. And to top it all, one of those thousands of ghosts follows Miranda to her hotel. The only certainty is the ghost grabbing her under the covers is not Jake.
Their parents' deaths separated Miranda from Jake when they were kids. Michaels insists Jake brought them together and it's no coincidence that of thousands mourning at Ground Zero, it's his best friend she bumps into. Some best friend. Michaels is more like a moocher. The cheapskate never has money, just a blood-stained wallet he broods over. Miranda has no choice but to hang out with the weird Michaels in order to unravel her brother's past.
As Miranda spends time with Michaels, she begins to wonder who he really is. Against her better judgment, Miranda becomes emotionally entangled with Michaels, a bitter alcoholic with a secret linked to her brother and that blood-stained wallet.
I Will Always Love You is part mystery, suspense and romance, a novel that will keep the reader turning the pages!
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Genre – Suspense, Mystery, Romance
Rating – PG
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