Tuesday, June 11, 2013

The Edge of Darkness by Melissa Andrea Interview/Promo

Open, when she did I fed her the bite.
Watching her eat the ice cream was the sexiest thing I had ever seen. Her eyes slidclosed and her body went slack with pleasure. Little sounds of bliss spilledfrom her lips as she licked them.
                Well? I asked whenshe was finished.
                Best. Thing.Ever.
                Let me taste.
Icouldn't control myself as my fingers closed around the back of her neck and I pulled her to me.

The Edge of Darkness Blurb
The Edge of Darkness
After a tragic accident, Araya Noelle is left with a constant reminder that nothing is forever.
She is forced to give up her chance to be the youngest dancer accepted into Julliard& taking over their high society school by a graceful storm of determination is no longer an option. Instead of dwelling over her loss, she accepts the new future she’s been dealt. In a world as black as hers, there's no room for bitterness, no time for regret. Sheltered from the outside world, Araya has become suffocated by a life she has no control over. Until Ryland Dare comes crashing into her life.
You don’t know true darkness until you've felt light…
Like a firecracker, showering her with colorful sparks of freedom, Ryland quickly sweeps Araya away from her grey existence. For the first time since the accident, living in darkness is no longer something Araya wants to do willingly. Unleashed by the shadows of her reminder, being with Ryland, Araya touches light. Together they will learn what it’s like to feel alive for the first time.
At the edge of darkness, a ray of light, will dare them both to HOPE.
DARE them to LOVE
DARE them to LIVE
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Meet The Author:
I find it hard to sum up my
life in a paragraph, but I’ll try.
I am the author of Flutter, The Discover Series! Reading
has always been a passion for me, and writing as instinctive as breathing.
Every inhale is an idea; every exhale a creation. The only thing I do better than writing you ask? Making beautiful girls. My daughter’s will always be my greatest accomplishment.
I was born in Denver, Colorado–but I will always think of sunny Arizona
as my home. I don’t have a big family, but I’m close with my sister, brother
& my mom. My mom is my hero, my inspiration, and I couldn’t have asked for a
more amazing person to be raised by.
4 things you should know about me: I’m very girly, but I can get down and dirty
with the best of them. I adore the color pink and things that sparkle
(including vampires), I am a firm believer that chocolate cures ALL and I like
even numbers (hence 4 things about me, not 5) Okay, maybe I cheated a little
with my list, shhhh.
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Thank you for doing an interview
with Reader's Candy....

M: Thank you so much having me & being apart of The Edge of Darkness release!!

The questions...
RC: What inspired you to write "The Edge of Darkness"?
M: I wanted to do something different. I like coming up with fresh and new ideas and I think the twist in TED is a great new spin!
RC: What is the one-sentence synopsis of your book?
M: There is light even in the darkest places and together two people will learn to live again in a fresh new twist in NA contemporary.
RC: If you had to choose one song to be the theme song... What would you choose?
M: This might sound weird, because the song was made for a certain movie, but I love the lyrics to This Women's Work by Kate Bush. There is a part in the song where she says "I know you have a little life left, I know you have a lot of strength left." & that's totally Araya. Apart from the beginning of the song, it was completely meant for The Edge of Darkness.
RC: If there was a movie, Who would you pick to play Araya and Ryland?
M: I think I would like fresh new faces! I can't thin of any current actors who would be a good fit. MAYBE Emma Stone, I love her!
RC: Naming just three... Who are your favorite Authors currently?
M: Tabatha Vargo. Cameo Renae. Cambria Hebert.
RC: If you could describe yourself with just one word... What would it be and why?
M: Passionate. If I'm not passionate about something, my hearts not really in it.

RC: Do you have a fun fact about yourself you'd like to share with your readers?
M: I use to be a wedding planner before I started writing! I loved it.

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