Exquisite Quills Welcomes Chrys Fey
EQ: Welcome to EQ, Chrys Fey! Tell us a little bit about yourself!
Chrys: First, I want to say how excited I am to be on Exquisite Quills. I’ve been waiting for this for months! J Now a little about myself…I started writing a series of novels when I was twelve. At seventeen, I started to seriously pursue publication, so it’s safe to say I’ve wanted to be a writer my whole life. I live in Florida with my four adopted cats where I am waiting for the next hurricane to come my way. I just hope it’s nothing like the hurricane in my story!
EQ: Tell us a little bit about your most recent release.
Chrys: Hurricane Crimes is a romantic-suspense story about a woman who is trapped during a category 5 hurricane with a man who might be a murderer. Trees fall, roofs are ripped off houses, suspense grows, lust boils, and bullets fly.
EQ: If you could have drinks with anybody (real/fiction, living/dead,) who would you choose and why? What would be the topic of conversation?
Chrys: If I could, I would have a tea (or cocktail) party with several people including Anne Frank, Louisa May Alcott, Emily Dickinson, Queen Elizabeth I, John Lennon, Jared Leto, Nora Roberts, and JK Rowling. But for a one-on-one conversation, I think I might go with the eccentric route that people wouldn’t expect of me and pick Lady Gaga. Really? Yes, really! I think having tea with her would beat all the rest. We would talk about fashion, music, books, our pasts, our failures, and our dreams.
EQ: What kinds of female characters do you prefer to write?
Chrys: I like to write heroines of steel, like Beth Kennedy in Hurricane Crimes. They are always tough, not afraid to fight for what they want, and they can handle whatever is thrown at them even if they get bruised. I think I like strong female characters because in real life I want to be as strong as they are.
EQ: What kinds of male characters do you prefer to write?
Chrys: My heroes are also tough and they tend to have a little bit of a bad side. There’s nothing more attractive to me than a man who is mysterious and dangerous, so my heroes are always both. And Donovan Goldwyn, my hero in Hurricane Crimes, is no exception.
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Read these titles by Chrys Fey:
Hurricane Crimes (Short Story eBook)
30 Seconds (Novella Coming Soon)