Saturday, March 14, 2020

Fantasy Medieval Romance

Anna del C. will select a couple of comments, to give away two electronic copies of “Her Prince Charming.” Make sure you leave your email address, if you want to participate.

Interview with YA, clean medieval romance Anna del C. Dye 
Tell us where you were born and where do you live now. I was born in Valparaiso, Chile among famous beaches.

How long did it take you to write the first draft of your manuscript? It took me about a year before revisions. I published five bilingual picture books for children in between.

Who or What inspired you to write this book? The main character, Alexandra. She kept coming to my mind and gave me visions of her life. She is a strong woman, though it took her some four months to realize it. I think she needed a sound board before she made sacrifices to save her kingdom from High Chancellor Stanislav's paws.

Could you give us a back-cover blurb?

A future worth rescuing, a love worth waiting for, and a dream worth sharing

Danger lurks in the court as Stanislav the high chancellor, seizes an opportunity to take the crown and the princess for himself. Caught between duty and freedom, Princess Alexandra has to chose to be free to find a happy ever after or marry Stanislav as he demands and let him take the crown from her. When Prince Christoffer offers a solution by marrying her…wouldn’t that mean another marriage without love? However, if she accepts his proposal, she will sentence him to death.

What genre does your book fall under? Young Adult, Medieval Romance

What kind of impact do you expect your works to have in the reader's lives? Beside, entertainment, I would like my readers to see that when life gets tough, we need to get tougher by keep trying.

What else might pique the reader’s interest in your book? This book is loosely written with a Russian theme in mind.

How many books have you written in the Royal Romance series? This will be number six. All my books are stand alone and can be read in any order.

Thank you so much for having me in your blog, Linda.

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