Friday, September 2, 2016

Fast Friday Indie Interviews: Cecily Wolfe

Tell me about yourself, Cecily?

I am a librarian. I like potato chips and anime.

Ceci Wolfe writes whatever her characters tell her to write.  Her stories have been published in the Rubbertop Review, Pilgrimage Press, Crack the Spine Literary Magazine, and Rose Red Review.

You can find her on Goodreads. She and her sisters, Alys and Katy, share a book-focused Pinterest page under the name alyswolfe. A playlist for A Harvest of Stars is available on Spotify.

Tell me about your current Book:

When her stepfather’s abuse takes a terrifying turn, Locklyn must decide to leave the only boy she will ever love or stay, risking her life at her stepfather’s hand.

Locklyn Gaines isn’t her mother, but the residents of her small southeastern Kentucky town don’t care. Her mother’s secrets are Lock’s shame, and every time her drunk stepfather uses her as a punching bag, Lock wonders how much her dying mother knows about what goes on in the crumbling old house her mother’s family has lived in for generations. Isaiah Parker hardly remembers life before the first day of kindergarten, before he became obsessed with the serious, dark-haired girl in sunglasses who lives just beyond the field behind his house and rides the school bus with him every day. Protecting Lock had been a fantasy for the child he was, but Isaiah and Lock are nearly finished with high school, and Isaiah knows that now is the time for him to save her. Her stepfather has other plans, however, and one night may be all they have to do whatever it takes to escape and start over again, together.

What are you working on now?

A sequel to A Harvest of Stars, called Starlight, and a re-telling of a not-so-famous Henry James novel, which is racier than I thought it would be. Where James insinuates, I give all the juicy details. And there are plenty.

Where is your favorite place to be when you write?
My home, in front of the fireplace in winter and at my dining room table or desk otherwise. Sometimes my recliner, but I associate the recliner with reading, so sometimes not much writing gets done there.

What is your favorite Website?

I love Behind the Voice Actors. I adore anime and can spend hours cross-referencing actors and their various roles.


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