Saturday, October 13, 2012

Interview with Lisa Day Author of 'The Stepbrothers'

Today, I will be bringing you an interview with my special guest Lisa Day. She is the author of many books, but today we will be discussing her latest, 'The Stepbrothers'.

Alrighty Lisa, let's dive right in! I'm really eager to hear about your novel  'The Stepbrothers'. 

1) What is your book about?
It’s about two stepbrothers. George was the oldest of the two. George was very cruel to Clint. Every opportunity he found he saw that Clint either got blamed for something he didn’t do, or actually caused him pain. What George didn’t think about was that some day Clint would grow up. When Clint did become a man he had a mission. He promised to seek revenge against George. Clint bided his time.When George announced his pending marriage Clint finds the prefect chance. Clint decides to kidnap the bride-to-be. A sweet innocent young woman. He intends to ruin the woman to hurt George. Clint didn’t count on Samantha being her own woman. And he certainly didn’t see his best friend falling for her.

 ...What no one considered was how George would react.

 2) How did you come up with the idea for your book?
Having A stepsister myself allowed for tho know how mean step-siblings can be...Just kidding Sis...
My sister and I get along fine.. well we did until you asked the question.

3) What strange writing rituals do you have?
You mean like when I dance around the yard naked and the neighbors call the police, kinda thing? OH you mean when writing eh... nope one a one. 

4) Is your writing style similar to any well-known writers? If so, which one(s)?
Can’t really say after they stop laughing they’d probably sue me for damages for mentioning any similarity between them and me. 

5) Who is your Muse?
Well let’s see there’s Mickey, Minnie, Stuart Little or of course my childhood favorite Mighty Mouse. What muse not mouses...ooops silly me!

6) What are your hobbies?
I know this one. I like to create bead jewelry. And lately, I have been designing hats.

7) What are some writing goals for the future?
To bring world peace through my writings ...ok ok... even I can’t go there... 1. To stop the voices inside my head. 2. To sell books and make lots of money or at least a few dollars here and there. 

8) What was the most difficult thing you have learned being a writer?
That I have no idea what I’m doing. But I am having fun doing it. A nice trade off don’t you think? 

9) What are you reading at the moment?
‟How to answer blog questions and not sound like a fool.”.. Maybe I need to re-read? 

Disclaimer l: 
I believe if you can’t enjoy what your doing then don’t bother doing it. Then again I can say things like that because I retired. I really feel for those writers with much more to offer than I that must work outside the industry to provide a living for their family or themselves. Any writer works hard, but a self-published ones hardest of all. Kudos to them. 

Disclaimer II:  
Warning: my heroes are never the typical kind a guy. Their alpha-males who are domineering, stubborn, and sometime salvageable.

Visit Lisa's Blog Here 

Buy 'The Stepbrothers' on Amazon 

Buy 'The Stepbrothers' on Smashwords 

It was really fun chatting with you today Lisa! I'm interested in getting to read some of your fantastic books...there are so many to choose from! You've been busy!


  1. Thanks for sharing Paige. Nice interview!

    I love Lisa Day because she has no problem laughing at herself. She doesn't take herself too seriously. I love that about her! Also, she can write!!!

    1. Thanks for your comment Brenda.I totally agree!! She isn't stuffy at all! Talented, but still really light hearted and fun ;)

  2. Thanks for letting me barge in on your blog.

    1. The pleasure was all mine! You are a funny girl!