Vampires Gone Wild, available now in e-book.

Vampires Gone Wild, available now in e-book.

Which author went skinny dipping? Who tried to chop her husband’s head off with a sword? Here, the authors of Vampires Gone Wild ask each other some interesting questions about how wild they’ve been in real life … 

Kim Falconer: Kerrelyn, the hero and heroine in V is for VampWoman did some wild things… What was the wildest situation you’ve ever been in? Has it found its way into any of your books?

Kerrelyn Sparks: My husband and I are almost as wild as Mikhail and Lady Pamela. On our honeymoon, we were on an island in the Caribbean, and one night we walked way down the beach to a spot that was deserted. We left our clothes behind some bushes and ran into the water. Whoopee! Unfortunately, another couple came along and sat on the beach and talked…and talked. We thought they’d never leave! We were trapped in the water up to our shoulders, waiting and waiting. Finally they left, and we made a mad dash back to our clothes!

That exact scenario hasn’t happened to any of my characters, but I do enjoy putting them into embarrassing situations!

Now it’s Pam’s turn to answer a question. Pam, I know you tend to write on the dark side of paranormal. Does it ever cause you to have wild dreams?

Pamela Palmer: Great question, Kerrelyn! I’ve always had wild dreams, so I suspect they’re more the fault of my wild imagination than my stories. I often have dreams that others might consider nightmares, but I call them my action-adventure dreams, and I love them. I’m often with others, trying to escape the bad guys–sometimes from a mansion, sometimes a castle, sometimes the Death Star. We don’t always make it, but we never come to any harm, which is why I don’t consider them nightmares. I awaken invigorated and ready to write!

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