Saranna DeWylde writes like nobody’s business. The Amazon Goddess is a born storyteller of the highest caliber. DeWylde always leaves readers closing their books or turning off their devices with a chuckle, grin or warm sensation pulsating through their veins. Oh, not to mention grabbing their honey buns for a romp (giddy up, Jacob), devouring chocolate and pouring wax on their loved ones (I’ll be mindful of your shell, Papa Turtle). Yep, I went there. Why play the demure card when spice is where we’re at–at least I am bold enough to claim it, darlings. *wink and saucy grin*
Reader's school is in session and Ms. Morasco wants you to listen up and take notes, if you are new to the DeWylde cache of literary goodies, you will definitely benefit from ordering her backlist and hunkering down for a weekend retreat of DeWylde. In fact, I think you and your sweet baby should take the week off, stock up on staples–candles, marshmallow, water, Gatorade, protein bars, cherries, caramel and chocolate syrup…you know what I’m talking about.
In a nutshell, no matter what you do, who you do or how you do just enjoy the moments on your DeWylde adventure and buckle up for safety! *wink*
Saranna, what did you learn about yourself while writing Waking the Queen (Ride of the Darkyrie 1)?
I learned to find my bliss again. To let go and just let the words come. Sometimes I forget that and then I don’t understand why I’m having trouble with a scene. Whenever I try to pretend like I’m in charge of what my characters do, I get a stark reminder.
What is the guilty pleasure you find the most mischievously delectable?
Belgian Chocolate Gelato. It’s like frozen sin on your tongue.
When you're deeply connected and immersed in a book, Saranna, have you ever had a dream that you felt was not your dream but one of your characters'?
That’s a very interesting question and I wish I could say yes. That would be cool. I hope that happens to me. Although, I’m not sure if I would want it to happen with my protagonist from Ride of the Darkyrie. She’s very complex and I’m sure her brain is probably a scary place.