So I just finished my interview with the lovely RE Butler (while she was on vacation even so thank you for taking the time do the interview with me) and loved her book. You can read the book review that I did on the first book in The Wolf’s Mate series – Jason & Cadence by clicking HERE!
What gave you the idea for the The Wolf’s Mate series?
I’d been reading a lot of shifter romance books when I first started writing Jason and Cadence’s story, and I liked the idea of a wolf pack and the pack members finding their mates.
How many books can we expect to see in total in the The Wolf’s Mate series?
Four more with the potential for more.
Are you working on any other projects that you would like to share with us?
I’m currently working on the fourth book in the Ashland Pride series and the eighth book in the Wiccan-Were-Bear series and they should be out this summer.
What is your favorite genre to read?
Paranormal romance, especially shifters.
Can you tell us something totally random about yourself?
I went clam digging for the first time last summer and had a blast.
Is RE Butler your pen name and if so how did you come up with it?
It is. I used a combination of different names that are important to me to create it.
Who is your biggest supporter and why?
My Aunt. She was the first person I told that I wanted to be a writer and she has always stood behind me, encouraging me and being there for me through all the ups and downs.
What one mistake do you think most authors make and how can they correct it?
That’s a loaded question, LOL! I know that I made a lot of mistakes when I first started writing, and one thing that I wish I could change is getting involved online earlier. I waited almost a full year before I went on facebook and goodreads and even longer to get onto twitter. It’s such an excellent way to get in touch with fans and I regret the lost time.
What advice would you give to new authors just starting out?
Write! The best way to get readers and fans is to keep writing and publishing. Don’t give up. Bad reviews and low rankings are a part of putting yourself out there and being an author, but it’s worth it.