If you were actually living in the world you wonderfully created, how do you think you would react? Do you think you would accept your faith or run away like Rhine?
I have absolutely no idea. I'm pretty lazy and it doesn't take much to keep me complacent, so there's a good chance I'd just stay. I don't know where Rhine got all of her conviction, but I don't think it was from me.
Can you describe your favorite scene in Fever?
It's an enormous spoiler, so no, but it's towards the end, it takes place in a moving vehicle, and there's blood.
What was the easiest and hardest part of writing Fever?
The hardest part was getting started. I rewrote the opening chapters over and over. I wrote a good 30,000 words and I knew they weren't working, and after a great bit of denial I scrapped them and started over. As for the easiest part, I've been staring at the blinking cursor on my screen for a good three minutes now, trying to come up with a response. The truth is, the whole experience was very difficult. Fever isn't my first published novel, but it's the first novel I began writing knowing for sure it would be published. When I wrote Wither, as with all the other things I'd written before it, there was no guarantee. It took a lot of getting used to.
Rhine and Gabriel have escaped the mansion, but danger is never far behind.
Read my review of Fever, here.
**Special thanks to Michelle at Simon & Schuster Canada.
If you haven't read this series yet, what are you waiting for?