The blog hop

thanks to Craig Hallam he tagged me in this Blog hop, which is great seem as I know exactly no one to pass it on to!

Here’s how it works:
If I tag you, use this format for your post
. Include an introduction to your interview post and a link to the person who tagged you for participation.
 Answer the ten questions about your current WIP (Work In Progress). Include some pictures if possible.
 Tag five other writers/bloggers by sending them an email and then add their links to the end of your interview post. Their answers should go up the week after. The blog post should be labelled:
 The Next Big Thing Blog Hop.
Easy? Ok, enough technical stuff…on with the questions!
1. What's the title of your book?

Can't Catch tomorrow

2.Where did the idea come from for the book?

I dreamt it, I have really vivid dreams and if they are worth remember I usually start to write them as stories. I would love to have some classic story of a love lost and what not, but no it was a dream about a bloke in a band I find sexy as hell.

3. What genre does your book fall under?

Erotica, chick lit, Romantica I don't know any of those three. Its like fifty shades without the flogger, chains, wipes and getting beaten.

4. What actors would you chose to play the characters in a movie rendition?

 Richard Armitage he's older than my character but he looks good for 41 and I am sure he wouldn't argue to play at 30 year old.

Jonas Armstrong

Emun Elliot

To play Jas i think it would be Samantha Barks. Jenna I'd like Jessica Brown Findlay. Mason to be played by Tom Hardy. It would be truly British film. There is so much good acting talent in the UK and that's why i would keep it on these shores.

5. What is the one sentence synopsis of your book?
Jas has been in love with one man for years, but picked Mr wrong, will he step up and be Mr right?

6. Will it be self published or represented by an agency?

That is the big question, I'm really unsure I might give kindle a bit of a go

7. How long did it take you to write the first draft of the manuscript?

5 years, yep I am terrible I dip in out stories that need to be written. I have about 6 on the go

8. What other books would you compare this book to in its genre?

Well I have already mentioned 50 shades, but it will be better written and it doesn't have a flogger anywhere in sight. I call it a modern bodice ripper, maybe its an Ann Summers corset ripper who knows!

9. Who or what inspired you to write this book?

It was the dream, if it wasn't for the dream and the gig I went too this book would never have been written

10. What else about your book might pique readers interest in reading it?

There's a story and real characters as well as lots of sex! I think girls and guys could read it.

Thanks for this Craig, I will find someone to pass it on to

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