Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Blog Tour: Ivy Devlin Interview & Giveaway

1. Did you put parts of yourself or people you know into your characters?

I did grow up around a very large forest, but, unlike Avery, I didn't spend a lot of time in it. And Avery is way, way more interesting than I ever could be!

2. In what ways were you inspired by Little Red Riding Hood?

If I tell you that, it would spoil the book! But let's just say all the elements are there. Just different :-)

3. If you could pair Avery and Ben with any other characters (book or movie) who would you choose and why?

I have no idea! Does anyone have any suggestions? I'd love to read/see them! (Hmmm.. it's a hard choice, but I'd say maybe Damien from The Rise of Renegade X for Avery... she needs his protection and they're also both really nice people. For Ben... maybe Evie from Paranormalcy. She's understanding of werewolves and a kick butt heroine)

4. The paranormal/werewolf genre is really taking off and Low Red Moon definitely stands out as being unique, did you do any research on werewolves before writing?

I didn't do any research on werewolves, but I did some research on wolves. Ben's last name, for example--there's a reason why it is what it is!

5. What's next for you writing wise?

I've got some ideas I'm working on...


Thanks so much, Ivy!

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Click here to read my review of Low Red Moon!



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  1. I've been hearing really great things about this book :) and, Oh my gosh! You're giveaway ends on my birthday! lol

    Ivy seems like a really awesome author! :)

  2. This has to be my most favorite interview with Ivy yet! I liked her answer to question 1, she answered modestly. If that is even the correct word. :)

  3. Inspired by Little Red Riding Hood.. hmm. interesting. The cover looks absolutely beautiful btw even though you said not to put great interview... great interview!(: because it really is.

  4. I had no clue that this book was inspired by Little Red Ridinghood, or rather that it's a modern interpretation. Amazing. Great interview.

  5. I really want to read this book now. I've read reviews and they said the book wasn't that great, but only because the last 60 pgs weren't there.

  6. I love the fact that there are elements from the Little Red Riding hood fairy tale in a werewolf story. Definitely adds a new twist!

    Awesome interview!

  7. Interesting Interview! Can't wait to start it!

    <3 Evie! BTW Lend is mine lol :D

  8. I wish I could live in the middle of the forest. I think it would be so peaceful.

  9. I've been hearing good things about this book, I can't wait to read it.

  10. Ivy sounds cute and very humble. I envy her growing up by a forest!

  11. I love werewolves, and I really love the idea of mixing werewolves and Red Riding Hood. Definitely looking forward to reading this!

    And I love how humble Ivy Devlin sounds. Why do good writers always give their characters all the credit? :)

  12. I'm interested to know if she's thought of incorporating any other nursery rhymes of children's stories from the past. What Little Red RIding Hood?-I guess I just have to read the book.

  13. Oooh, I'd love to see what Ben's last name means. I love the idea that authors have of combining childhood stories we grow up with into their stories. That just makes me wonder what's going to happen even more! :P

  14. Now I'm really excited to see how much the book relates to Little Red Riding Hood!

  15. This book sounds so exciting! I love the story of Little Red Riding Hood. It is sinister, but in a way, interesting.

  16. This sounds like a great book I can't wait to read it. I really loved the interview I want to read it more now!


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