Seven Questions is a section of Newsnibbles where we ask one of our Twitter followers seven questions (duh). Because we do it via email they are free to answer in more that 140 characters, which is nice.
Today we catch up with Amber Naralim or @Naralim33 as we know her, to find out more about life, writing, and of course, pet couture.
1. If you could take any of your characters out for dinner, who would it be and why?
I would take Reese. He tends to hide from me the most. If I’m right there threatening to take his dessert away he wouldn’t be able to deny me anything.
2. Who would win in a fight
between a vampire and a werewolf?
Werewolf hands down. They’re faster, stronger and meaner. People like to think keeping a cool head will win every fight. And sometimes they’re right. But when you have half a ton of angry shifter, pointy on five ends the vamp will be toast before he comes up with his witty remark.
3. Who would you cast for the movie version of your books (if you had an unlimited budget)?
Vincent Hale would be played by the sexy as hell Ian Somerhalder. Not only is he easy on the eyes, but he can convey my Vincent’s snark, and the sorrow in him with equal aplomb. Ellie Fredricks would be played by Chloe Grace Moretz. She’s pretty enough, but what I really like about her is her spunk. She can be a bad ass, and she’s got a determined set to her chin that would do my Ellie well. And Finally, my third lead Reese would be played by Christian Kane. He’s got that good ol’ boy southern charm my Reese is known for, but not only can he kick a little ass he can also be funny. All things needed to give Reese his honeyed sweetness.
4. Pet couture, pro or con?
Con. Unless you’re an adorable English bulldog and then I am all for a sweatshirt. It’s got a pjs vibe that goes so well with my favourite breed.
5. If you could ask one person one question, what would you ask and to whom?
I would ask Gerard Way of My chemical Romance fame whether Sunshine the little girl from the Danger Days album -The best album ever by the way- was Party poison’s daughter. I think she was.
6. Do you have a favourite badger?
Why nobody could outshine the honey badger. That critter simply has too much sass
7. Why should people read your books?
Not only are they full of pulse pounding, edge of your seat action. The characters are beautiful. Not good. Not evil. They are human with all the nobility that entails and all the depravity we are all so capable of. Besides, nobody can beat a great love story. If you love Beauty and the Beast, these are the books for you.