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Friday, March 1, 2013

Blurb: Nila and Blake’s journey of love and challenges continue in The Choice. Nila is face with many choices, one of which is the choice of mortality or immortality. She makes surprising new friends and discovers secrets about an old one. More is revealed to Nila about Blake’s past. Their love will be tested with the challenges they are met with and the secrets that are revealed.

How Do your characters Discover you?

          My characters have lives of their own. I don’t feel that I create them as much as they create themselves and just use me as a conduit to tell their stories.

          It is strange how my characters come to me. I may get an idea for a story and a particular character immediately starts relaying the story to me. It is as if they have been waiting to be released and when their story is opened up they are just beaming to tell it to me.

          I usually don’t even have to think of name for any of my characters. The main characters automatically pop into my head and they let me know the names and the back-stories for the other characters. I often wonder if it is like this for other writers—having these characters constantly banging at my head to let them in.
          With the Nobleman series a scene popped into my head and I had to write it down. I didn’t even think about the scene; it just flowed from pen to paper. And the names of the characters were just there. After the first scene of the first novel, Birthright, I had to find out exactly who these characters were and what there obstacles were. They let me have a tiny glimpse into their lives and I had to find out more. So I sat down to write and Nila told me everything. However, she wasn’t finished after the first book. She soon let me know that she had more to tell. I immediately had an idea for the second novel, The Choice. She wasn’t finished there either. Nila is banging at my head once again; she has at least one more story to tell. I have a sneaky suspicion that she won’t be content with only three books.

About the author:


Ronda was born and raised in Virginia. Writing has always been a passion of hers. She earned  Ph.D. in Education from Capella University. The two writers who inspire her the most are Edgar Allan Poe and H.P. Lovecraft.  Discovering Edgar Allan Poe when she was eleven years old opened up an entirely new world to her. A world that she has shared with her daughters. She is blessed with a wonderful husband and two beautiful daughters who both inspire and support her.



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