Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Interview with Author Tamaria Soana

Please welcome author Tamaria Soana who is promoting her short story At Sunset.  Enjoy our interview with her!

Publisher: Secret Cravings Publishing
Date of publication: July 2012

Two women, Myrtle Beach, sexy lifeguards—what more could a girl ask for?

Kimberly doesn't believe she could attract the handsome lifeguard sitting on the stand keeping a keen eye on the beach patrons. Muscular, lean and sexy, surely he's not looking at her, but when a beach accident brings them eye-to-eye, she finds herself lost in his gaze.

Daniel works everyday watching the beach-goers, keeping an eagle eye out for problems along the white sandy shores. Sexy women capture his attention on a daily basis, but no one grabs him like Kimberly. Gorgeous and curvy in all the right places, he can't seem to keep his mind on the business at hand as she tans herself in the hot summer sun.

Can the pain of past relationships be overcome for two strangers to find love at Sunset?

Kari: What inspired you to become a writer?

Tamaria: Growing up I dabbled in writing here and there, mainly short stories and really horrible poetry. It wasn’t until my late 30’s that I started writing stories. It just happened. I know that sounds funny, but it was never anything I thought I would do. A year ago if you told me I would be a published author I would of told you were nuts.

At Sunset was my first short story. I re-wrote it five times before submitting it to Secret Cravings.

Kari: Where do you come up with the idea for your books?

Tamaria: I have a very overactive imagination so my story ideas come from everywhere. They usually hit me while I’m driving or shopping.

Kari: What exciting projects are waiting in the wings?

Tamaria: I’m writing a Christmas Story, Sweet Dreams, and Bog City Cougar

Kari: Who is your favorite literary character and why?

Tamaria: I really don't have one that stands out. I just love to read and get escape into different worlds.

Kari: Just for fun, if you could be any animal, what would it be and why?

Tamaria:  A bird, so I could spread my wings and fly. 

About this author
Tamaria Soana is middle aged, but just feels like her life has begun. She resides in Western New York. Cuddling up with a good book under an electric throw has always been her way to escape the cold Buffalo nights. Growing up she always loved to write, mainly short stories and poetry. She's married with two beautiful young girls and one very spoiled lab mix.

1 comment:

Tamaria Soana said...

Thanks for hosting me!