Thursday, August 9, 2018

My Interview with Lu’Ciana Erwin

What is your name and/or pen name?            

Lu’Ciana Erwin 

What genre do you write?            

Romance 

What made you want to be a writer?            

I’ve always loved reading and writing. I wanted to write my own adventure. 

How do you feel about the writing community as a whole?              

Authors are willing to help other authors. Close family. I love being part of it. 

Have you or will you be willing to collaborate with other authors in the future?              

I would be willing to collaborate. 

Tell us about your book and if it’s upcoming or already published.            

It's published. 

Take a risk. It was the first day of February. Just two weeks until the Valentine's Day Dance. Christine English woke up with the sound of rain hitting her window. She got dressed and went to her mirror to fix her hair. She didn't know that in just a matter of hours her life would change. Christine parked her car at the dance and made her way into the school. April Davidson, one of Christine's friends, was at their locker with some guy. When Christine got to the locker April introduced her to her brother, Paul. He had been away at a military school, young and sexy with beautiful blue eyes. Christine automatically fell in love with him. The issues were, could she let him get close to her? Did he want the same things as she did? Could she be with him and him going away to war? All could do was, take a risk. 

Is your book or upcoming book an eBook, paperback, or both?            

Both 

Is this your first book?               

Yes 

Are you planning to write more?                 

Yes. Just sent my second book to my publisher and working on a third book. 

Is there anything you would say to other writers, that want to write and publish a book?

Just write and edit until you have it like you want it and don’t give up on your dreams 

Where can my readers find your book and how they can follow you on social media? Leave only links that you want open to the public. 






Thank you so much for sharing with us Lu’Ciana. I hope your books do well and glad to see that you have more on the way. People following their dreams is always inspirational.
If you are interested in Lu’Ciana's book or if you would like to follow her on social media, use the links above.
As Always, Happy Reading and Writing Everyone
G. D. Talbot