Guest Blogger: Jane Wallace-Knight

An Interview with Jane Wallace-Knight

What is the one thing you must have to be able to write?

Peace and quiet. I cannot write if there is music playing or if the T.V is on in the background. I need to be able to lose myself in the world I'm creating.

Is there anything you haven’t written that you would like to try some day?

I've had an idea for a children's book in my head for a while, based on a game I used to play as a kid. I've written a couple of chapters but find it much harder than romance so I don't know if I'll ever finish it.

What types of scenes are your favorite to write?

I find when I am writing dialogue heavy scenes I'm at my best. I like writing the banter between characters.

Are you always in the driver’s seat? Or do your characters drag you along for the ride?

A bit of both really. Sometimes I go in knowing what I want to write, and other times I just start writing and things seem to happen without me giving it any previous thought.

What are you currently working on? How is it different from other books you’ve written?

Well apart from the Wolves of Gardwich series, I am also writing a story about a female private investigator who is empathic and uses her ability to solve cases. It's different because it isn't romance centric, though there will be some romance, I'm a sucker for it.

If you could spend a day with one of your characters, who would it be and why?

I would spend the day with Joey, the carefree Australian werewolf from book 2 of the Wolves of Gardwich. He's very easy going and chilled out and slightly crazy, so it would be a fun and interesting day.

What is the next book you have releasing?

The second Wolves of Gardwich book is with the publishers now. I'm waiting to hear back from them about it, so fingers crossed.

What is your favorite quote ever?

"When he shall die, take him and cut him out in little stars, and he will make the face of heaven so fine that all the world will be in love with night and pay no worship to the garish sun." -Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.


About the Author

Jane Wallace-Knight lives in the East of England in a small town on the coast, in a house by the sea. She finds that walking along the beach with her dog each morning is the best time to let her imagination run wild and give her the inspiration needed to write.

In her free time, Jane loves baking and cake decorating and often makes cakes for the special occasions in her friends' and family's lives. A vegetarian from the age of eleven, and an avid animal lover, Jane finds it hard to turn away a stray, and as a result lives with a dog, two cats, and a very understanding family.

The Holy Trinity

Sam Reed was born different. It's a fact he has always known and tried to hide. Abandoned as a baby, he has always felt out of place, never really knowing where he came from or why he can do the things he can.

Jackson Harcourt has long feared the day he will meet his mate. Banished from his birth pack, Jackson soon found himself in charge of a pack of outcasts and misfits, all looking for somewhere to belong. Fifty years ago, Jackson met and fell in love with a seven-hundred-year-old vampire named Alek, and together they have not only built themselves a pack, but a family.

When fate throws Sam, Jackson's true mate, into Jackson's path, Alek's ancient heart feels as though it will finally break into too many pieces to ever again be whole. As Alek prepares for the worst though, he begins to wonder if perhaps fate doesn't, truly, move in mysterious ways.

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