Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Hi, It’s Christina –
Today’s blog is going to be completely different than any other blog I’ve done before. This morning, before I even took my second swallow of coffee, I was issued a challenge, a gauntlet was thrown and crazy me picked it up.
The challenge was issued by my friend Keith, better known in the writing world as K. Edwin Fritz, author of stories which will keep you up at night. He just published the second installment in his Man Hunt trilogy. Keith is an amazing writer, and even though I tend to avoid horror at all cost, he has such a way with words, I tolerate being terrified so I can read his work.
Well, here’s what my friend got me into:
Meet My Main Character Blog Tour
The main characters in A Second Chance are Kathryn and Graydon. They are both fictional characters in a historical setting.
2) When and where is the story set?
The story is split between rural England and London in 1804.
3) What should we know about him/her?
Kathryn is a young widow with two grown sons. Graydon is a widower, and he also has a grown son. Oh, did I mention, Graydon is an operative for the Crown?
4) What is the main conflict? What messes up his/her life?
The main conflict in the story is Graydon’s niece is kidnapped. During his initial attempt to rescue her, he is shot. Kathryn’s quiet life is turned upside down when she finds him and nurses him back to health.
5) What is his/her personal goal?
Graydon’s goal is to get his niece back from a ruthless unknown assailant, hell bent on revenge; and Kathryn’s goal… well she didn’t really have one. She was quite content, living her boring existence, in her tranquil country estate with her smart-alecky butler.
6) Is there a working title for this novel, and can we read more about it?
Excerpts from all of my books can be found on my website: ChristinaPaul.webs.com
7) When can we expect the book(s) to be published?
A Second Chance, the first in my Bradford Series, was published in 2012. It, as well as the second book in the series, Taking Chances, published in 2013, are available on Amazon.com, in both hard copy and on Kindle. Simply By Chance, the third in the series, will hopefully be finished by the end of the year.
And now it's my turn to pass the challenge along!
It was difficult to choose, but the following are five fabulous books by five incredible authors I have met since I embarked on this insane profession of being an author. The links will take you to their books.
Authors, friends, tag, your it (photo stolen from Keith, but I loved it).
Okay folks, tomorrow’s blog will be back to normal. Hopefully by then, my sister in law will send over pictures from this crazy weekend we just had, and I’ll be able to get you updated. Until then, I hope you have a wonderful day, and happy writing!