Sunday, February 9, 2014


-Which do you use in your writing Male POV, Female POV, or Dual POV?

It all depends on the book. I have books with both, males and females, as main characters. I try to stick with third-person as much as possible with the exception of a few stories (Lengths for Love was all first person for one). 

-How would you describe your Books?

They range in various subjects; I tend to focus on mysteries a lot as well as the paranormal. I like to have different kinds of characters as the focus; male, female, young, old, different races, sexual preferences, etc. It makes things challenging and interesting. 

-Which of your books was your favorite to write?

Oh dear, I really like them all. I think my favorite is actually still in making. It's my paranormal romance series that focuses on demons and them trying to save the world before it collapses (while also falling in love with unlikely allies). 

-Do you have your family and friends read your book/s?

I'm not sure if they have. My family doesn't tend to read a lot sadly. 

-Which Authors inspire you?

So many to name. Honestly, I can't narrow it down. 

-Where is your "place" to write?

My computer in my bedroom. I have a laptop too but my desktop is where it all is. 

-Is there something you always have to have when you are writing?

I need music or something going on the background (usually a TV show that I've already seen so it's okay for me to write without having to look up). Otherwise, I don't think I can write as well. It helps me stay focused. 

Either/Or Which Do You Prefer 

depends on the book. Standalones are great but sometimes I do like to know where a book is headed if it has an open ending. 

again, depends on the person. Some people look good hairy and some look good bare. 





-Light Hair/Dark Hair -
dark hair but again...depends on person


C.S. Patra has been writing for a very long time and has books lined to be published in the next few years. Previously, she had written poetry books before releasing a novel under her real name, Lengths for Love. She released her fist book series but certainly not her last. Currently, she is with California Times Publishing. She lives in NC with her family.


Dante Gallati was a man who ran his circus with an iron-fist and showed a soft side to a select few. He had his secrets that no one knew about and he could change his mind in a matter of seconds. One night, he changed the theme of his circus right in the middle of a tour. He promised that it would be the show that everyone would remember. After that, he told them good night and said that he would talk more about Cirque Macabre.

That was the last time anyone saw him alive.

It isn't long before pieces of Dante Gallati are found and the circus performers realize a killer is walking among them. Cryptic notes with Shakespeare's quotes are sent to them and the circus starts to go into a panic. In the middle of it all are the nine people Dante trusted the most; trapeze artists Spencer and Rosalie, acrobats Lisa and Nick, tightrope walker Tracey, bareback rider Alana, Jonny the world's most cynical clown, Harry the lion tamer, and daredevil Andrew. Dante saved them once upon a time and they swear to keep his legacy alive. But as they keep digging deeper into the murder mystery, they soon realize that Dante wasn't as honest as he appeared to be. He had many secrets and he surrounded himself with lies. He made plenty of people angry and one in particular was angry enough to kill. Now it's up to Dante's trusted nine to find that killer...before one of them ends up as the next victim.

People say they will do just about anything for love. Some might go far enough to try and find the impossible. Some will stop at no lengths for the one they love. When Ian Choi's girlfriend gives him the most difficult task...find her someone, a vampire, to turn her immortal...he is faced with a choice he never imagined he'd have to make. And little does he know just what could happen while he's trying to make her wish come true.

A book of poetry that ranges from various subjects. Written over the years and from many point of views, it's a journey told through verse. The sun rises and eventually descends when the day is over.

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