Gazing into the Crystal Ball
November 1, 2007 | Interviews
ST: Welcome back, Lucynda. Tell us, what does the future hold for you?
LS: I have absolutely no idea
ST: If you had one wish that would be granted, what would it be?
LS: That there would be no suffering of any kind in the world.
ST: How did you and your publishers come together?
LS: I submitted to Loose Id on the recommendation of Lena Austin. I love my editor, Raven McKnight, and the partners have treated me well and as a professional. My other publisher is Aspen Mountain Press, a company I founded based on the shining example of Loose Id.
ST: What’s in the works for the future?
LS: I’ve another cop story I’m working on and some short paranormals for a series at Aspen Mountain Press called Del Fantasma. And then, there is another series that features a castle in Ireland (one of my favorite places!) that has been turned into a bed and breakfast. There will be more fantasy stories too.
ST: Thanks, Lucynda, for spending so much time with us. You’ve been great. I’ve enjoyed learning more about you. The very best to you in the future and keep us posted on your new releases.
LS: Thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to share with your readers. There are a lot of fine authors and companies out there and I’m so fortunate to be rubbing elbows with them.
ST: Be sure to check out Aspen Mountain Press for excellent reading material. I’ll be back in the morning. Until then…