Thursday 8 May 2014

BOTM - Thirty-Eight Days {Wattpad}

Thirty-Eight Days
Author: Lennwebster
Genre: Romance

Wattpad Book Blurb:
Ask yourself, how many days does it take to fall in love?

Nolan Parker and Clara Lawrence never saw eye to eye. In fact, if you asked Clara she would tell you that Nolan Parker hated every thing about her. They never shared any form of connection besides Alex Lawrence. 

She was Alex’s bratty sister and he was Alex’s best friend, they never stood a chance. 

Five years have passed and almost 12,000 miles have kept them separated, both living completely different lives. Unchanged perceptions and expectations should have kept them apart but when Nolan returns, the foundations of their ‘relationship’ is sure to change.

Their story was meant to end the day Nolan left for Stanford. But what if seeing each other after five years was the game changer? What if this was their one chance to rewrite their relationship or were they always destined to never be more?

Author Links:

Author Interview

1. Please tell the readers a bit about yourself.

Hi there! My name’s Len Webster. And yes, that’s actually my name and no, it’s not short for anything. I’m twenty-one and a business and commerce student about to graduate at the end of the year. I love to travel and try to as much as possible. Out of all the places I’ve been to, the North East of England was my favourite. When I’m not at university or writing, I’m a proud sports enthusiast and lover of Sunderland AFC. Oh! And I’m cupcake addict!

2. What types of books do you write?

I write romance. I like to write ‘real’ conflict and I love to write how reality and miscommunication really affects a relationship between characters. I’ve been known to end things differently (non-traditional endings) and I’m all about writing books that leave an impression and reaction. At the moment, I’m writing my first Chicklit so it’s still romance but for this book, it’s more about life lessons and overcoming a tragic moment in my character’s life and romance is one theme but it’s not THE theme. I’ve written a crime and thriller, The Ribbon Chasers (published in Library of Dreams), and I loved it but my strongest genre is definitely romance, but I do have hopes of maybe writing a full length novel in another genre, hopefully along the lines of crime and thriller again.

3. How many books have you written?

Completed wise, three. If you count books that haven’t been completed, It’d be in its twenties.

4. What movie and/or book are you looking forward to this year?

Actually, MANY! 2014 is THE year for movies. I’m desperately waiting for ‘The Fault In Our Stars’, “Divergent’ and ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part one’. As for books, anything Abbi Glines is writing. I know she has about 5 or 6 books coming out in the next 6 months, so I’m on edge to read them!

5. What type of books do you enjoy reading?

As a reader, I’m very open to different genres. It might shock a few people but I’m actually a closet military reader and anything history related I would read. I’m actually reading a military autobiography at the moment. There are a few reasons why I love military autobiographies, my father was in the Australia defense force and I hold so much respect for any who has, is or will enlist and serve their country. My brother is actually about to join the Royal Australian Navy, so it runs in my family. Also, military autobiographies give you a glimpse of a world you don’t know or you think you do and you’re completely wrong: they’re real and honest, that’s what I like to read. But as a romance author, I love to read any kind of romance. One, I’m a hopeless romantic. And two, I like to see how different authors portray love and romance, and the challenges their characters face.

6. If you were stranded on a desert island what 3 things would you want with you?

1. Bear Grylls – that man will save my life.

2. Water – I can go without food but if it’s a desert island, I’m going to need this!

3. A satellite phone – makes having Bear Grylls a little redundant ... still!

7. Are you considering a sequel?

I’ve actually written Thirty-Eight Days a sequel, Thirty-Eight Reasons. As for whether or not I have a third book in the series, I don’t know. I’ve left it open to a third but we’ll see. Just don’t hold your breath!

8. What inspired you to become a writer?

Goodness, I love this question. A million and one reasons inspired me to become a writer. I think my grandparents inspire me to write romances. My grandparents are what made me believe in True Love. They argued and annoyed each other but at the end of the day they truly loved each other. And that one love story is my favourite love story. Because their happily ever after was growing old together and having children and grandchildren. That’s the best happily ever after.

Thirty-Eight Days Scavenger Hunt

Click the image below for more details

No comments:

Post a Comment