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Author, Cover designer, and Party Host Angelina Kerner turns her hand to interviews... with me!

Hello! Today with us we have the amazing Madison Granger! *Applause*


Angelina: Introduce yourself please.


Madison: I’m Madison Granger and I write paranormal romance and urban fantasy. I consider myself a free-spirited late bloomer and I live by three beliefs: dreams can come true, never give up, and you’re never too old to try new things.


Angelina: Did someone inspire you to become an author?


Madison: ‘Inspired’ doesn’t really fit my situation. I had two friends who ‘talked me into’ trying my hand at writing. I had no idea if I could do it, but three weeks later I had the rough draft for Phoenix Rising.


Angelina: How long does it take for you to write a story?


Madison: If I’m diligent about sitting down and writing, I can usually finish a novella in two or three weeks.


Angelina: Where do you get your information or ideas for your books?


Madison: My dreams. I wake up with a character or a scene in my head and it takes off from there.


Angelina: What does your family think of your writing?


Madison: They’re very supportive and tease me constantly about having an author in the house.


Angelina: How many books have you written? Which is your favorite?


Madison: Sixteen, and working on the first of a trilogy. My favorite is usually the one I’m currently writing. LOL To narrow it down some, I would have to go with Gambit or A Valkyrie’s Vow.


Angelina: Who’s your favorite character you created?


Madison: Quinn McGrath. Quinn is my idea of the perfect man. He’s loyal, intelligent, has a sense of humor, and is devoted to his mate.


Angelina: Who’s your least favorite character you created?


Madison: Paige Landrum McGrath. There’s nothing really wrong or unlikeable about Paige, I just had a hard time developing her character into someone I could work with.


Angelina: Do you hear from your readers much? What kinds of things do they say?


Madison: I hear from a few, especially a few days after a release. They all rave about my stories, which is a great feeling. I’ve been lucky so far, no one has not liked my books.


Angelina: What do you think makes a good story?


Madison: A good plot, well-developed