::Big round of applause - raising drinks::
I was delighted and honored when Fi agreed to guest here at DIK because I’ve been a fan since I read her short story “Booty Call”, in 2009. I have read a number of her publications since and I can tell you she pens steamy romances spanning a number of romance sub-genre’s including fantasy, science fiction, romantic suspense and contemporary! Fiona is also a gifted graphic artist and crafts her own book videos which are brilliant!
Fiona’s most recent release “Treasure of Devil’s Isle”, a time travel romance involving a handsome pirate is now available from Red Sage Publishing.
Welcome to DIK Fiona! I was quite um... excited to see you disembarking from the frigate that is anchored off shore and being escorted in the little landing skiff by a handsome... Wow, is he a pirate?
Oh, okay, cool, well, you’ll have to introduce him to myself and da ladies later. ;) (I for one am keen to be introduced!)
You got it!
Are you ready for the rapid-fire induction DIK “About Me”, questions?
*Nervous breath and exhale* Okay shoot!
Favorite Reading Position?
Sitting on the overstuffed green couch with hubby, my bright blue Snuggie and either or both of our cats. Especially when its raining.
Oh, I love kitties, that is so nice!
How old is your inside voice?
Umm... I'd say 19. Old enough to know better, but still crazy enough to do it anyway... Plus I have a real bad case of potty mouth.
I love potty mouths.. ;)
If you could be a hero who would you be?
What heroine is most like you ?
Hmm... Willow from Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I used to be very shy and awkward and bookish until I came into my own "power" so to speak. The power in my case was learning and teaching martial arts - it's amazing how much confidence one gains when teaching little kids to kick and punch and yell..Maybe it was as simple as shouting over them? LOL
Willow was awesome! Even when she turned into an evil witch!
What heroine would you like to be?
Yeah, Buffy was uber cool.
Boxers, Briefs, boxer briefs, kilt (I say we add commando)?
I'd say commando. Though a kilt could be interesting.
Favorite book set on a tropical island?
I'd have to say Paradise Rules by Beth Kery.
Oh Gawd, I loved Jace Koa, awesome hero!
What hero is most like your significant other?
If you were stuck on a desert island what 3 things would you bring?
My Kindle, chocolate covered pomegranate seeds, and the hubster:) (Hey, someone has to put a tent together and reach for coconuts! )
Chocolate covered pomegranate seeds? Wow, how, um yummy? lol Never heard of that one Fi!
Favorite drink to bring to the DIK party?
Something fruity and sweet... My sister in law introduced me to Captain Morgan mixed with peach juice - I'd say it would be perfect for DIK party!
Fi, you write really wonderful stories from a wide variety of romance sub-genres. Any particular favorite?
Thank you! I honestly can't say I have a favorite genre because it changes based on whatever book I want to write. When I was writing Cold Victory, I was in love with Sci Fi. Right now, I'm writing a romantic thriller and loving it.
Do you have a Question you would like to ask folks who stop by and say Hi today?
Who are some of your favorite romance heroes and why?
Thanks Fiona, great answers and a an excellent question for da ladies! LOL
Contest now closed to entries.
Publisher: Red Sage Publishing
Category: Adventure, Time Travel, Historical, Pirates
Available Format: eBook
Victoria Randall – an adventure seeking librarian with a love for romance novels–is thrown though time when lightning strikes. She wakes up in the eighteenth century on a frigate with pirates and a hunky captain. She's either crazy or in a romance novel, nearly lashed, thoroughly loved. And yet this romance novel is nothing like the ones she’s read before.
Excerpt & Order
We’ve planned a rockin luau tonight with da DIK menz and ladies. Fiona is going to be back on the island with us tomorrow talking about her favorite DIK books she has brought along.