Sunday, February 13, 2011

Interview with Bethany Halle writing/published as Cassandre Dayne

When did you start writing?

I started when I was about nine and completed sixteen books by the time I was 16. Sadly, I stopped writing for a long time as life intervened.

What gave you the idea for your first book?

Star Wars – no doubt in my mind. At the time I loved all things science fiction.

What genre do you write?

I am currently published under the pseudonym, Cassandre Dayne, writing erotic romance, but I have several vampire books complete and in the final editing stages writing under Bethany Halle; a campy murder mystery series set in community associations as Dakotah Black; and I have several children’s books completed as Victoria Chenault.

What do you do to keep yourself focused?

I really don’t have to – it flows to the point I have to keep a notebook with me and I dream of my characters.

Do you stay with one project or do you work on multiple projects?

Always multiples from editing and writing at least two at a time.

What is your writing process?

The only process I have is I have to have music playing and I do enjoy writing where I can see the outdoors. In the summer, I always write outside on my deck.

What is the theme of your novel?

Too many themes and some are horror while others in the romantic realm delve into many aspects of fantasies, but end at least with a HFN.

Do you consciously use symbolism in your book?

Good versus evil of course plays out in my vampire books including the concept of the Knights of the Roundtable – Dracula and adding the aspect of human relations with it.

What is your latest release?

Her Sinful Long Legs – is an erotic short by Rebel Ink Press. I have another one coming out in February called Revving Her Wild Engines, which is a very romantic erotic about two damaged people.

What other books do you have published? Currently my other released is Treats in a Plain Brown Wrapper.

Where are your books available?, Amazon kindle. Barnes & Noble, &

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