#AuthorSpotlight! @AuthJamieSummer

On this beautiful day in July, we welcome author Jamie Summer!

This interview has been a long time coming lol Jamie and I had a number of technical issues holding us back, but we’re finally good to go! Enjoy 🙂


19021907_1863231890670044_223096506_nElle: If you could be any fantastical being, which would you choose, and why?

Jamie: I think I’d like to be a fairy. The good kind, obviously. Flying, doing good, that would be what I’d like to do.

 

E: Aww, I love the idea of doing good! What does your typical writing day/schedule look like?

J: I usually write during my commute to work. I am one of the lucky people that types fast, so I can get a good chunk done that way. And it’s the right thing to get my mind to wake up in the morning.

 

E: Is there anything you simply must have in order to write?

J: Music. I cannot write without music. Not the blaring kind, but the low background music that keeps my mind flowing.

 

E: What is your strangest habit?

J: Oh gosh, if only I knew. Twirling strands of my hair all of the time maybe?

 

E: Are you a Planner or a Pantser?

J: Pantser all the way. I write without an actual idea most of the time. Which results in lots of editing, but I can’t do it any other way. It’s what works best for me.

 

E: What’s your favorite book>to>movie adaptation?

J: Hunger Games and Harry Potter

 

E: Best advice for aspiring writers?

J: Research. Ask fellow authors for recommendation on all the important aspects for publishing, eg editing, cover work. It’s so important. I learned that early on.

 

E: I definitely agree. Talking with fellow authors is some of the best advice! What are your favorite themes to write about?

J: Magic. That’s one big thing for me. I love the freedom it gives you to do and write what you want.

 

E: It’s the zombie apocalypse! You may choose 3 fictional characters to be on your team. Who are they?

J: The Winchesters and Oliver Queen.

 

E: In my series, The Essential Elements, the characters have the ability to control 1 of the 4 Classical Elements (Earth, Fire, Water, and Wind). If you could control one, which would you choose, and why?  

J: Water, hands down. I’m crazy about water in all ways, which definitely shows in my debut book Dalysian Hope (it also deals with elemental magic funnily enough.)

 

BROKEN JAR OF MEMORIES - EBOOK COVERE: That is so awesome! I’ll definitely have to check it out! In just ONE sentence, please tell us about your latest release!

J: Broken Jar of Memories is a story about two sisters who are trying to piece together their history with the help of a memory jar after having suffered a terrible tragedy.


A huge thank you to Jamie for doing the interview, despite all of our previous setbacks lol

For more about Jamie, visit her website.

She’s also on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

 

–Elle Middaugh ♥

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