Ladies and Gentlemen
I have had the privilege of interviewing the lovely Hunter S Jones. As you know I am not one to waffle so why don’t we dive right on in.
So Hunter if you were ever to get stranded on a desert Island. What book would you want to have with you?
That would have to be The Mists of Avalon by Marian Zimmer Bradley
Desert Island’s can be a little stifling so while you are reading The Mists of Avalon. Who would you have to fan you… while reading? 😉
Oh yes… someone to fan you while you read is very important while stranded on a desert island. And should be delegated to two very talented individuals. That would have to be Jack White and Johnny Depp.
We all have hero’s in our life who are yours? be it writer or otherwise.
Probably, Amelia Earhart is my hero although Tina Turner, Coco Chanel and Jackie Kennedy are very inspirational. It’s difficult for me to settle on just one favourite in any category. As far as a writer hero, no doubt it would be Margaret Mitchell – not just for writing Gone with the Wind but for the pain and personal struggle she dealt with while writing her book.
Now for a very important question…. Chocolate… dark, Milk or white?
Yes Please, Dark Chocolate
We all have fond childhood memories. What was your favourite childhood game and why?
That would be hide and seek, and it remains my favourite game.
So Hunter last question, if you could live in any era, present, past or future what would it be and why ?
This one actually has one answer! Very good question, Caroline. I have a fascination with Tudor England and would enjoy the experience of living in that era. Why? I don’t know why…maybe the clothes, jewellery and intrigue.
Well I would like to thank you for your time Hunter but just before I let you run off with that bar of dark chocolate and those two hot men holding fans… can you tell us a bit about some of your work and where we can find you please.
Pomba Gira Mysticism. Creole Voodoo. The zombie apocalypse.
Fables of the Reconstruction is the story of Pierre von Minzle and his companion, Mary Montague. Pierre is a Belgian pimp living in Victorian London’s notorious Whitechapel District. He possesses a magic powder and claims to be undead. He believes in Pomba Gira mysticisms and follows Creole Voodoo. There is a modern, surprise twist to the book’s ending. Enjoy it now-only on Amazon.com.
Bondage, F/F, M/F/F, and interracial sex scenes. Mature content warning.
Look out for book two in the series, Reconstruction of the Fables. The Fables Continue, Spring 2013.
Thanks for that Hunter. One to be added to our to be read pile most definitely 🙂 and here are the links you will need for this:
Fables of the Reconstruction
Tales from a New Amsterdam links:
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