Thursday, April 1, 2010

Take Two! Courtney Breazile talks about Lilly's Turn for a Rose (Readers over 18)


Please welcome Courtney Breazile who answers two questions about her new paranormal short "Lilly's Turn for a Rose", available from eXtasy Books. Please note; this book is suitable for adults only, although the interview is OK for general readers.

Q.1. “Lilly’s Turn for a Rose” is one of the most delightful titles I’ve encountered. What came first, title or story?

A.1. I came up with the title right as I was starting the story, before I really knew what the story was going to entail. So I would say the title helped create the story.

Q.2. Where did the initial idea for “Lilly’s Turn for a Rose” come from?

A.2. It came from the meaning behind lilac colored roses. The lilac rose means love at first sight and the need to proceed with caution. Which my character Lilly needs to do with Myra.

Thanks, Courtney! Courtney will be back later in this series to talk about her paranormal Keeping Blood.

To find out more, including how to purchase Lilly's Turn for a Rose, check out Courtney's website at http://www.courtneybreazile.com or the publisher at http://www.extasybooks.com but remember, you must be over eighteen.

2 comments:

Historical Writer/Editor said...

Hi, Courtney, i love the story behind the title. :)

courtneybreazile said...

Thanks :) I really like this title, its one I felt really great abotu as soon as it popped into my head.