Author Interview with Amber Scott

Posted by on Sep 6, 2011 in Author Interviews | 2 comments

Hello lovely readers. Today I am kicking off a series of interviews for the Romancing Your Dark Side Book Tour with Amber Scott.

Here’s the description for her book, Fierce Dawn:

Snarling teeth, glowing eyes. Someone–something–is after her.

The man who haunts her dreams enters her reality, claiming she’s transforming into a changeling–not quite immortal but no longer human. Except nobody wants this change. Not humans, not immortals and least of all her.

Battle lines are drawn and blood spills as the two fight not only for her life, but for mankind’s as well.

Leave a comment for a chance to win a copy of the eBook of Fierce Dawn. Deadline for the drawing is 8 pm EST tomorrow, September 7th. BK Walker at the Virtual Book Tour Cafe will be randomly picking winners and posting them over there since I am currently away on vacation.

Onward, to the interview:

1. What’s the first word of your book? (You can exclude articles, pronouns or prepositions.)


 2. Tell me something about your book that I can’t find in the blurb.

Just one? Hmmm. How about this: Elijah is an immmortal called a seeker. He has wings and can transport through matter and is NO angel. 🙂

3. In one word, describe your main character. (You can expand afterwards, but limit your initial response to one word.)

Determined. Elijah is bent on finding his missing friend and uncovering the truth about humans becoming changelings. His determination gets in his way at times, blinding him.

 4. Where does your book take place? Tell me about why you picked that location.

Primarily in modern day Phoenix, AZ.

 5. Tell me about your favorite character that you’ve written.

In Fierce Dawn, my favorite character is Elijah. I fell in love with him, stubborn and single-minded as he might be at times.

 6. What’s your favorite verb?

Rock. He rocked it. I rock the hot. You rock.

 7. What’s the last book you read?

Forever by Maggie Steifvater

 8. Who was your favorite fictional character as a child?

I love this question! Scooby Doo or Nancy Drew. A tie.

 9. Tell me about an event that contributed to your decision to become a writer.

I always wanted to be a writer. For as long as I can remember. Before I even could read. I rarely wrote, though. Then I had a baby, became a stay home mom and realized, if not now, when?

 10. What would you tell past you, if you could send a letter back in time?

Hang in there, sweetcakes. You’ll get there. It isn’t going to be the earth moving momentous event you imagine that finally makes it all worth it. Instead, it will creep in slowly, sneak up on you. And you’ll still be you. Still doing dishes, cuddling kids and smooching the man who stole your heart.



  1. Amber, I loved the last answer. How many times do we ask ourselves in different situations what would you say to yourself 10 years ago? I probably wouldn’t recognize myself but I believe I have changed for the better! Great Post!!

  2. Answer number 9 resonated for me. I’ve always wanted to write too. I was always scribbling bits of stories down when I was younger. “Fierce Dawn” sounds intriguing! Thanks for the great interview.

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