Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Jamie B. Musings/Jamie White - The Life and Times of No One in Particular - Author Interview

Author Interview

1. How does your book appeal to women?
There are a variety of smart female characters women can see themselves in.

2. How does your book appeal to men?
Men may enjoy escaping into another world where they can put themselves into the mind of a writer, musician or scientist.

3. How does your book appeal to teenagers and those in their 20s?
The book is written in a fast-paced YA style that allows the reader to put themselves into a variety of situations.

4. How does your book appeal to those who are middle aged?
They may enjoy a satirical look at the entertainment industry.

5. How does your book appeal to the elderly?
This book spans several different time periods and includes slang and settings that take the reader back to the roaring 20s, the days of the depression and beyond.

6. In your mind, who is the ideal reader of your book?
This book is a good fit for anyone who enjoys fast-paced stories with paranormal and satirical aspects.


About the Book

Beware the muse with a chip on her shoulder.

Muses are often called uncooperative, grumpy, lazy beings who abandon a writer when they're needed most. Now, one of them has decided to tell their side of the story. Meet Clarissa, a muse who has spent centuries trying to inspire artists who sometimes are too stubborn to listen to her.

What is your muse trying to say to you? Clarissa might just be able to answer that...

Price: $0.99
Number of Pages: 216
Genre: Paranormal Fiction/Satire/YA
Publisher: Create Space
Release Date: May 22, 2012
Buy Link: Kindle


About the Author

Jamie B. Musings (Jamie White) is a music addict, book lover, pet servant and NaNoWriMo survivor. When she's not busy writing posts for Culture Shock, she's taking pictures for her new obsession (That Photo Blog) and spending time with her husband and pets. Her first book, The Life and Times of No One in Particular, was released this month.

Connect with Jamie:
Web Site
Blog - Culture Shock
Blog - That Photo Blog
Twitter
Facebook
YouTube

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