I’m delighted to welcome romance author – Misa Buckley - to my blog.
|Misa Buckley - Author|
Hello Misa - I‘m so pleased you were able to join me on Arabella’s Blog and Chit-Chat this week as I know how busy you must be writing and editing your sexy, hot romance novels. But before we discover more about your release - ARCHANGEL - here are a few questions that will hopefully give your readers and followers an insight into some of the things that matter to you.
Arabella: We all love the creativity of writing – otherwise we wouldn’t spend hours at a keyboard pounding away in the hope someone will read and enjoy our novels. But what do you like most about our craft?
Misa: I love worldbuilding sci fi and fantasy settings – making up worlds and cultures for my characters to explore.
Arabella: Who or what inspired you to write your release, ARCHANGEL?
Misa: ARCHANGEL is titled after a NCIS L.A. episode that guest starred the very wonderful Cliff Simon (Stargate SG1’s Ba’al.) We’d become friends over the years and a discussion about bad guys being fun ended up with a challenge for me to write a good guy who wasn’t boring. And so Gabriel Kemp was born.
Arabella: You are out for a walk and see a twenty-pound note (or a twenty-dollar bill, etc.) lying on the road. What do you do with the unclaimed funds?
Misa: The sensible business part of me says I’d put it in my author account for edits wtc, but the reality is I’d probably buy chocolate and ice cream.
Arabella: Some authors cannot work without a business planner, others cannot write without an editing app… Are there any “essentials” you need to help your writing move forward?
Misa: I don’t write linearly, so Scrivener is a must to keep my chaos in some resemblance of order!
Arabella: An Indian Curry, Italian Paste Bake, Fish and Chips, or ______?
Misa: Fish & chips.
|Fish and Chips|
Arabella: If the person of your dreams, (husband/wife/partner/or superstar), were to take you out for the day, social distancing restrictions permitting, where would they take you and what would you do?
Misa: I’d go car booting with Matt Berry, then go to the pub for lunch. I do not promise to behave myself.
|Matt Berry - Actor|
Arabella: Do you have any great writing, publishing, or marketing tips you would like to share with “want-to-be” authors starting out on their writing journey?
Misa: All the writing advice books in the world can only take you so far – you have to find what works for you. There’s no wrong way to write if it’s getting words down on the page.
Thank you for joining me on Arabella’s Blog and Chit-Chat, Misa. You gave some great answers and I’m sure your readers and followers have enjoyed discovering a little more about you.
Wishing you all the best for your release - ARCHANGEL
ABOUT Misa Buckley
|Misa Buckley - Author|
Misa Buckley is a full-time carer, part-time author, and one track lover. She writes romance with a touch of weird from a little bungalow just outside Bolton, in the north-west of England. She lives with her husband, allegedly adult son, a dog, and a cat.
When she’s not writing, she’s planning her next story or reading someone else’s. She loves to paint and would sell a kidney to be on Landscape Artist of the Year. She also plays mandolin and ukulele, neither particularly well.
Misa can be found on Twitter @MisaBuckley where she’ll happily discuss What We Do in the Shadows, Matt Berry, Bridgerton, Loki, Tom Hiddleston, and bats. You find her other books at her website – misabuckley.co.uk
BOOK BLURB - ARCHANGEL
Small time crook Gabriel Kemp is only trying to make a living when a hit-and-run leaves him for dead. Waking up in hospital to an angel at his bedside gives him a second chance, but one that comes with a condition.
Fleeing San Francisco doesn’t mean he can evade the deal either – he still manages to meet Abigail Harris, the woman he’s promised to protect. He might not believe in the psychic visions she claims to have, but he knows even the chance of her identifying the serial killer terrorizing downtown L.A. puts her in danger.
The only way to keep Abby safe is to find and stop the killer. If that means taking on the devil determined to turn the City of Angels into the City of Hell on Earth, then so be it.