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What better deity to go up against a werewolf than a Lunar Goddess? Plus I loved her name.
It fit the character I had in my mind perfectly and after compiling a list of good characteristics, Selene the Lunar Goddess was born. Or if you prefer, a powerful Sorceress of Enchantment. Take your pick.
A Cold-Blooded Business
But I am most certainly not a witch. The next is the Vampire Queen, Eudoxia. I really wanted my vampires to have Russian lineage, and preferably for her father to be Ivan the Terrible. The timing was perfect for that reign, roughly years ago, and by doing research I found that Ivan had a daughter by the name of Eudoxia. He had several, but Eudoxia fit perfectly.
A face so perfectly defined it cast its own shadows. She boasted high, prominent cheekbones and a pair of wide hazel eyes, rimmed in heavy kohl. Her pallor was a true white, making her red lips look garish. One of the fun parts of doing research is crafting characters and creating details with the information, some of which may never be used in the books. My werewolves are Scottish and when coming up with their full names, I incorporated Scottish Gaelic names into the mix.
Creating real histories mixed with facts make the characters a little more real to me.
Hint: when you see the beasties, think mythical origins. I will continue to weave fact and myth into my series, because I love it when the two worlds come together so perfectly. You can read the full interview here. Pick two and I hope I laugh. My favorite job has to be writer, though. I love the mythos behind it all. How did it come to you? Was it a dream? Were you eating pizza? Or, perhaps, playing bingo?
But surely you don’t expect us to talk about it
Kristen Painter: There was no bingo involved, I swear. Mostly my overactive imagination and the inability to legally kill people in real life. Wait, did I just type that out loud? Amanda Carlson: You have quite a shoe obsession. Describe your favorite pair of kickass shoes for the ladies who love UF in the house. Kristen Painter: My favorite shoe designer right now is probably Christian Louboutin.
I recently picked up some Vince Camutos leopard print and gold studs that are kind of amazing. Kristen Painter: Jax Cassidy fellow author and I needed a place to hang out online and talk about writing and life after we sort of got kicked out of the writing forum where we met. What can I say? We bonded and it upset people. Romance Divas was our mutual dream that became a reality a lot of writers now enjoy.
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For the audience, Kristen has the heart of an angel, when continually fed and nurtured. Something juicy. Kristen Painter: A snuggle bear? Amanda Carlson: Okay, some quick bullet questions to end. They give us a sense of who you are, like a picture. Tom Hardy or Johnny Depp?
Disco or Salsa? I love to dance. Amanda Carlson: Thanks for playing along, Kristen!