Hello everyone, V here! I’ve dragged HC Brown in here to talk a little about the book she’s written with Keva D, the first in the Game Play series. First, let’s have a look at this gorgeous cover, then I’ll get to the interview!
Brian Bowers is a man on a mission. Revenge weighs heavy on his mind. The need to punish the woman he once loved above all others falls into tatters the moment he sets eyes on her again. Fifteen years of walking on the fine edge between love and hate ends in an explosion of lust.
Patrice, sophisticated and wealthy, has her own agenda. She knows how to use her body to get what she wants. But Bowers knows how to play the game.
Set in a world of indulgence, Sea Games follows two hearts as they battle memories of the past. Will they win or lose a future together?
VN: Tell me some things you love about your book.
H.C. Brown: The characters. This story came from David’s muse. I love working with his characters they have so many interesting facets.
VN: Plotter or Pantser?
H.C. Brown: Pantser. I must have been an explorer in my last life. I just set sail and go where the wind takes me.
VN: Describe yourself in four words.
H.C. Brown. Diverse, driven, compulsive, blonde.
VN: Tell us about your favorite character you’ve written.
H.C. Brown: In Sea Games? I loved Joe Harrison the cute gay bodyguard. The next book , Night Games, is about him and it’s a comedy romance.
VN: Cute gay bodyguard in a comedy romance? I’m definitely looking forward to that one! If your city were about to be destroyed, and (after saving family/pets/BFF) you only have enough room for a shoe box full of stuff in your vehicle, what goes in the box?
H.C. Brown : USB Drive. I’m like Sheldon in The Big Bang Theory, never leave home without my zip drive. Passport, Money, Toothbrush, clean undies and my teddy bear.
VN: If you could visit any fictional setting, where would go? Why?
H.C. Brown: Avatar world . . . .I live there anyway.
VN: What’s your favorite part of a book to write? (beginning, first kiss, love scenes, black moment, ending?)
H.C. Brown: The End.
VN: I can definitely agree with that. There is something so satisfying about finishing a book! Okay, back to the beginning: Prologues, yay or nay?
H.C. Brown: It depends on the story. If the book is in a series it might be necessary to avoid unnecessary backstory.
VN: Epilogues, yay or nay?
H.C. Brown: I like to use these, if the story needs a six months or so later finish to tie up loose ends.
Thanks for stopping by today, HC! I can’t wait to read Sea Games!
You can find Sea Games on Liquid Silver Books website here, where you can read an excerpt and buy the book!: