The longest I have read and enjoyed was 12 books, but it was told in 4 povs and covered 7 years. If the series is made of companion novels, I don’t really have a max, but I think 1500 pages is the most I’d want to read of a series because I need to feel accomplished sooner. Honestly, I prefer trilogies around 350 pages each.
2. HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT CLIFFHANGERS?
Without them, I probably wouldn’t read the next book. However, if it’s an open-ended standalone and it’s not a horror, or if the character doesn’t get a hea or resolution, I’m never reading from that author again.
3. HARDCOVER OR PAPERBACK?
I like to own hardbacks but I love to read fat paperbacks or a series of small ones. I just like to squeeze them.
4. FAVOURITE BOOK?
I like too many books to try answering this.
5. LEAST FAVOURITE BOOK?
“Great Expectations” by Charles Dickens.
6. LOVE TRIANGLES, YES OR NO?
If I want both guys, but not if one is clearly friend zoned. That’s just sad.
7. THE MOST RECENT BOOK YOU COULDN’T FINISH?
I’ve temporarily put down books, but I don’t know the last one I dnf’d because I didn’t like it.
It’s my book, but it’s the truth. PS. We’re redoing the cover, and I am so excited. At first we went for a more literal cover, and the books is dual pov with one adult and one teen. But all the marketing is teen and the cover doesn’t match, so I’m having a cover designer friend of mine use a different image. Here’s a sneak peak. Lmk what you think in the comments.
PS. There is a teen witch in the book, plus a werewolf and a vampire.
Strong Characters. Sexy Crushes. Soul-wrenching Choices.
Heather Dowell's books span multiple genres with woven plot lines and romantic elements that will make you swoon, laugh, and cry--sometimes in the same chapter.
She's a strong believer in true love and even married her high school sweetheart. Now, she lives in Kentucky and writes from home.
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