Thursday, May 6, 2010

Andrea Cremer of NIGHTSHADE [Debut Interview]

Hometown: Ashland, Wisconsin
Astrological Sign: Leo
Favorite Author: Margaret Atwood
Favorite Vacation Spot: San Francisco
Favorite Animal: Horses!
Favorite Movie: Last of the Mohicans
Favorite Musical Artist or Group: Argh! Tough question. It changes all the time. Right now: Florence and the Machine
Favorite Painter: I'm more fascinated by design than painting. My favorite design era is Art Deco.
Place You Desperately Want To Travel: Iguazu Falls (Argentina)
Place Most Likely To Inspire: The Scottish Highlands
A Little About Your Book In Your Own Words: Nightshade is the story of Calla and her pack of Guardian wolves. Calla is fierce and independent, but has a lot less control over her life than she'd like. A single choice turns her predictable world upside down, making her question everything she's ever known and ultimately leading her to another choice she never thought she would have to make. This book is full of mystery, romance, and action. I can't wait until October 19 when I can share it with the world!
NIGHTSHADE debuts October 19, 2010

8 comments:

Lenore said...

Last of the Mohicans is one of my favorite movies too! I saw it 9 times in theatrical release.

Ella Press said...

Can't wait to read this!
And she can come to my house in Arg any time! I'd give her a tour :D
I love horses too :)
What a fun interview, S!

Insert Book Title said...

Great interview!

Lisa_Gibson said...

Great interview and the cover is to die for! I'll be watching for this to hit the shelves.

Heather (DarklyReading) said...

I'm looking forward to checking out this book and love the cover! I'm also a big fan of art deco..

katsrus said...

Hello to a fellow Wisconsinite(Stoughton, WI). Waving. Love the cover. I would see that in a store right away. Just beautiful. Your book sounds wonderful.
Sue B

Andrea Cremer said...

Thanks for all the comments and cover love (I love it too!!) Hooray Wisconsin :) It was so much fun to do this interview!

Ina said...

oh my, the cover is gorgeous - thanks for sharing!!