Here is the interview that I did with Lia Davis for the Howl With The Black Wolves Event.
How long have you been published?
I’ve been published since 2012.
What role do you play in the Black Hills Wolves?
I am one of the authors of the series. The title of my story is Tempting the Wolf and will release sometime in mid-year.
As you know the lovely Rebecca Royce is the sole reason why this event is taking place so if you had to describe her to new readers in 3 words what would they be?
Sweet, funny, and amazing
Finding the right targeted audience can be a difficult task so what do you find to be the biggest advantage with online marketing?
The biggest thing is my fan club. Word of mouth is the best form of adverting.
What are your thoughts on the upcoming release of Wolf’s Return?
I can’t wait to read it! I’ve pre-order it along with the others that are up for pre-order. I’m so excited.
What is one thing that you want fans to know about the Black Hills Wolves?
BHW rocks. LOL. I had so much fun writing my story and plotting with the talented authors that are a part of it. If you love wolf shifters, you’re going to love BHW!
Of all the books that Rebecca Royce has written or cowritten with others which is your favorite and why?
Oh, there are so many. Rebecca is an amazing author. If I had to choice I’d pick her Fallen Alpha series.
Are you currently working on a new project that you would like to share with us?
I’m working on the next two books in my Ashwood Falls series. I love being back in Ashwood.
Are you self published or with a traditional publisher and what do you find to be the pros and cons of each?
I’m a hybrid author. Meaning I’m both indie and traditionally published. Being indie, I get more control over covers, editing, and release dates. The con of being indie is I’m on my own with promo. With being traditionally published I can let someone else worry about the scheduling, formatting and so on. I’m lucky in that I love working with my publisher.
What was one of your New Year’s resolutions?
I don’t make resolutions. I set realistic goals to work toward during the year. Some of those are the number of releases and others are financial goals.