It won't scare you like the one with the tail-lights or the one with the hook, but Fall by Jennifer Hurst gave me at least a few moments of the creepy-crawlies. Just in time for Halloween season, I had the opportunity to review Fall for Six Mixed Reviews. That review is up today, and this post is in conjunciton with that.
After I began reading her book, I got poking around on Jennifer's website. Because of her unique novel and her interesting online content, I decided I would ask her for an interview, and she graciously agreed to answer my questions (even after I was late getting the questions to her).
First, will you introduce yourself to my readers?
I was really interested in your art on your website. Could you talk about the different ways you express yourself though art and writing? How are they different and alike, how do they play off of each other and influence each other. Do you find different feelings and ideas are better expressed in one format than another?
How did your growing up influence you to write? What made you know you wanted to write? Was there one experience in particular?
I am not truly happy either unless I'm writing, so I totally understand that. I'm finding Fall to be different than all the other paranormal stuff out there right now (at least what I've read, which admittedly is not extrememly extensive). Can you talk about what makes Fall different and unique and why we should read it?
I love that JD has to face the consequences of her choices and the emphasis on good battling evil. Full my full review of Fall, click over to Six Mixed Reviews.
Thanks so much, Jennifer!