Ever wanted to talk to a character in a book and ask him your own set of questions? #TiWiWF

On December 2, 2011 by Aimee

Burning Impossibly Bright Book Blog

Into The Unknown - Bookmark FrontWhat am I talking about?

A characters interview of course.

What interview? Who? Characters? Aren’t we allllll characters?

Well if you’d click the links below in this post or the logo above, you’d see exactly what I’m talking about.

It’s a character interview.

Who’s in it? Well … only the most dreamy, hunky, sweet, and steamy men from Little White Lies, Darkness & Light and The Glass Man (no, not Parthalan … geez.)

And don’t say ‘who?’ right about now because then I’d just have to cry. πŸ™‚ Okay, not cry, just wonder why you don’t know them! All three books have been out and available for you to read since … July, or October. One of the two.

So what’s this all about? It’s to celebrate the launch of Into the Unknown (which happened 12/1!) which is an anthology ‘starring’ each of the men from the original novels. Our gracious host, Ambur, asked the three men to come together to answer a few questions for her. Yes … all three … together.

How’s that possible? When would a werewolf, human and fae ever get together?

Over at Burning x Impossibly x Bright Book Blog that’s where and when!

Have no idea who I’m talking about? Here are some refresher links:

Wyatt Moreland (Little White Lies)

Sean Holloway (Darkness & Light)

Liam (The Glass Man)

Now you see? And now you’re just dying to get over there and read their combined interview, aren’t ya?

So all ready! Whatcha waitin’ for?

It’s all happening over at the Burning x Impossibly x Bright Book Blog right now!

You don’t want to miss it.

Especially since there’s another Into The Unknown Giveaway, too!

Author’s note:
In a character interview, it’s a time where I can get into the head of my character and let him just be the him that I had so much fun writing in the first place. Answering questions as Wyatt and interacting with three other characters I know and love is truly an experience not many people get. This is why I love writing fiction. I love being able to make my women and my men real. Not that I don’t have enough men and women in my life, I do! But I love my characters, probably a little too much. Luckily for me, my husband always thought I was nuts and this just confirms it. πŸ™‚

How about you? Ever wanted to talk to a character in a book and ask him your own set of questions? If so, who would you pick and what would you ask?

Share in the comments!

Little White Lies by Aimee LaineInto The Unknown Cover - Anthology from three authorsHide & Seek by Aimee Laine