The Indie Spotlight Day 2: Inteview & Giveaway With Author Law Reigns
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Welcome back for Day 2 of The Indie Spotlight with Author Law Reigns. Check out today’s awesome and hilarious interview and enter the giveaway! Don’t forget, after each featured post a new chance to win will be added to the widget. Good luck!
I am so lucky to be able to conduct this celebrity interview for the wonderful readers of Mother/Gamer/Writer. My name is Audrey. I was hired by Law to speak to the stars of her fantasy romance novel Superheroes Wear Faded Denim. Today it’s Don Shimada, Blissany’s hot crush and sidekick. I have been told he is a walking, talking love potion. Warning ladies, reading this might cause you to fall in love instantly.
Just to give you a brief introduction. Don is 6’4 with a runner’s physique. He has short black hair, dreamy brown eyes, and a face made for the cover of teen romances. A senior studying pre-law, his life-long pursuit is saving damsels in distress.
Now I took this interview in my living room. Bookshelves line every inch of my wall. Thick Victorian styled couches stuffed with pillows encircle a coffee table where two cups of hot chocolate sit. While sitting in such an intimate setting, I boldly asked Don:
In what way, or area, do you think women are superior to men:
They have bigger boobs. Anything with boobs is superior.
Not funny? Don’t hit me. Okay, I’ll be serious. Their bodies. No, I’m being serious. The fact their bodies can you know, create. Then they nurture. Men don’t nurture, not like women. If they did, there’d be less war.
How does it feel being caught in a love triangle between two equally gorgeous women:
The dangers of being handsome, let me tell you. Kidding. It’s stressful. My life is on the line here. Trying to balance a war on evil and a social life is hard enough as it is. Then when I’m not fighting, I have to deal with women.
Demi is sexy. Just thinking about it is making me warm. She’s smart, witty, and dangerous. If you asked me a year ago if I’d date her, my answer would be, are you crazy? Then there’s Blissany. She’s so sweet, pure, shy, awkward. My god, she is awkward. Thing is when you’re around her, you get this feeling you can be you.
Oh, and why not throw Cassandra in the mix? Just for fun. I’m not dating her, but from the way she tries to control my love life you’d think I put a ring on her finger.
To Fifty Shades Of Grey or not to Fifty Shades of Grey:
I don’t even know what the hell that is.
Given 24 hours all by yourself and money is no object, what would you do:
Train. Run. You don’t need money to run. Have you heard of barefoot running? Don’t cringe. That’s why women have pedicures. When running, a forefoot or midfoot strike is better than a heel strike. It causes less stress on your joints, enabling you to run easier on hard surfaces. You’re more likely to run with a forefoot strike if you run barefoot.
I know we don’t have time for this, but read up on the Tarahumaras and other tribes who run barefoot.
What are 3 qualities you look for in a friend:
What is one lesson a past relationship taught you:
Cassandra taught me nothing. I taught her everything. I’m joking. Although I did teach her how to cook, and now she thinks I’m her personal chef. Never give a key to your ex. Don’t ever give them your phone number. The day you break up with them, change it.
Your mother is Vietnamese and your father Japanese. What is that like:
Both my mother and father have huge pride in their cultures. Thing is Vietnamese and Japanese cultures are very different. Some of it goes deeper than just the languages and the types of food we bring to the dinner table. You have to accept culture shapes how we view the world. Our different viewpoints provide opportunities for disagreement.
There we go. That’s the one thing dating Cassandra taught me. You have to be open. The person you’re dating is not always going to see the world as you do. That’s something you both have to overcome.
What is the best compliment you have ever received:
I receive so many on a daily basis, where do I start? This might sound cheesy, but I do volunteer a lot. People tell me all the time I have such a kind heart. What does that mean? I don’t know, but I like the sound of it.
About the Author:
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Law Reigns has an odd obsession with romance. At the advice of her friends, she gave up the plight of playing cupid in their lives. Developing her own characters to manipulate proved to be more rewarding. After having studied creative writing at the University of Florida, she decided to write Superheroes Wear Faded Denim. A proud Gator alumni, she based her new adult fantasy romance where blood runs orange and blue. She personally invites all adventure druggies and love fanatics to dive into the pages of Faded Denim, a story that transforms a swampy, southern town into a battlefield for life and love.
Connect with Law Reigns:
Facebook page: www.facebook.com/Authorlawreigns
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