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Well, since I have spent the last ten years learning to hold a sword in both hands, Inigo would be no problems and as for Vizzina, I know an abundance of big words (including wheelbarrow and skedaddle) so I think I’d have his measure and the obvious way to defeat Fezzik is to just tickle the big guy. Unfortunately, I think the real person standing in-between me and the delicious Wesley would be that pesky Buttercup. I mean she looks all innocent and sweet but I secretly think she’s a biter!
Cassidy, your protagonist in Demonosity has a great sense of style. From where does she draw her inspiration – and what does it say about her character?
I know some people get into vintage clothing because they have a particular style icon like Audrey or Marilyn but Cassidy’s inspiration comes from her best friend Nash, a renaissance obsessed genius who dresses like Adam Ant and the Scarlett Pimpernel’s love child. Plus, she gets the added bonus that her vintage wardrobe totally pisses off her mom!
Great question. For me, everything is always about the characters. So, if the series does a good job with the character arcs, doesn’t repeat the same plot/story/arc over and over, then I love it. Having writing a series now, I can tell you from experience that accomplishing this is much easier said than done!
Please share a 140-character blurb of your book Dominus.
Sometimes death is the only way to save a life as sacrifices prove wanting in Dominus, the breathtaking conclusion to the Requiem Series.
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