Tour Stop: Interview with Debbie Dee, Celebrating The Underground Witch

Written By: Kellie - May• 30•13

The Underground Witch

Goood morning everyone! I’ve got something fun for you today :) Debbie Dee… is back! I’m always on board to work with this fantastic author, and am excited to have had the chance to interview her again today to celebrate the release of The Underground Witch.
You can read my first interview with Debbie, here. Or check out this fantastic guest post she did on the challenges of writing a series.
About The Underground Witch, Book Two of IncenagaAs the last of the Incenaga Witches, Emmeline has been tortured and forced to use her power to kill. But unlike the Incenagas before her, she has survived. With her freedom restored, she should feel safe, invincible even. After all, she has the protection of Prince Erick’s army and a power strong enough to obliterate any enemy. Yet Emmeline lives in fear for the next person who will try to control her, and no one can seem to find the tyrant threatening to claim her. Until it’s too late. 

With everything on the line, and the enemy at her throat, will Emmeline be able to use her power like never before? Even if it kills her? 

In The Underground Witch, the second novel of the Incenaga Trilogy, Debbie Dee delivers enough adventure, heartbreak, and suspense to captivate readers at every turn. -Goodreads

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Debbie: Hi Kellie! Thanks for having me back on your blog!
Kellie: Ebooks or physical books? Paperback or hardcover?
Debbie: I like ebooks for traveling, but prefer physical books at home. I experience so much more tension when I can see and feel how far I am into a book. As for paperback or hardcover, I prefer hardcover. I think they look so pretty on my shelves, but only after I’ve removed the book jackets. Weird, I know. But, I can’t bring myself to throw the book jackets away so I glue them on the inside covers. Even weirder, I know!
Kellie: So far in 2013, what have been your top three reads?
Debbie: Okay, this is really sad because I think I’ve only read four or five books this year, three of which were in a series. I loved the first two books in the Touch Series by Laurie Faria Stolarz, and really enjoyed Sarah Eden’s The Kiss of a Stranger.
Kellie: If you could have a sit-down with any author in history, who would you choose?
Debbie: I’d love to visit with one of the Brothers Grimm. Not only have their fairytales stood the test of time, but they have been told and retold by parents, authors, movie makers, etc. I’d love to know how they got the idea for a long-haired girl stuck in a tower, or a princess living with seven little men. And it would be fun to find out if they’d had any of their own adventures that they incorporated into their stories.
Kellie: What is your favorite thing about being an author?
Debbie: I love that I can write at two in the morning or ten at night. My imagination doesn’t have to clock in and out, which is wonderful.  I love creating something that never existed before, exploring my imagination, and working in my pajamas. I probably shouldn’t admit this, but one of things that I get a kick out is being able to “zone out” in the late afternoon and people just assume I’m working out the details of a scene, when really I’m just tired.
Kellie: Where is your favorite place to write?
Debbie:In the winter I like to get cozy in my bed to write, but in the summer I like to sit at my desk by the window. I have such a pretty view that I often find myself distracted by what I see.
Kellie: What is your ultimate goal for your writing career?
Debbie: To tell good stories and have fun!. I write because I love it, and I hope that never changes.

Can’t get enough Debbie? Visit her on her website, or follow her on Twitter.

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