Today I am participating in the blog tour Secrets In Our Scars by Rebecca Trogner. I also got a chance to ask Rebecca some questions. Check out the interview. Giveaway… $25 Amazon card….
Secrets In Our Scars
Publication date: February 7th 2018
Genres: New Adult, Romance, Suspense
A sexy romance. A twisted mystery. One mistake can change everything.
On a sweltering summer day, Daisy Aldridge knocks on the wrong door. Yanked inside. Trapped and pressed against her only means of escape she spirals into a panic. Years ago she suffered an assault. Alone and afraid, she kept it hidden and dealt with the emotional aftermath in her own way.
But this time she’s not alone. She’s helped by a man who seems vaguely familiar. Roy Blackwood is massive, muscled, powerful, and controlled. She tells herself she wants nothing to do with him.
Roy sees through her resistance. He wants her. Needs her. He promises to find the identity of her birth parents and unveil the person who leaves her anonymous gifts. And most important of all, earn the love and trust of Daisy Aldridge..
A standalone, full-length romance.
💻 Interview with Rebecca Trogner 💻
1. What is your writing Kryptonite?
My Kryptonite is the internet. We have a love/hate relationship. I don’t know how I survived without it. I have the world at my fingertips. If I want to know about psychopaths or stab wounds or a particular street in Hong Kong, I can find it from my favorite writing chair.
The downside is I roam around and get lost in Instagram and Pinterest and the gossip sites and before I know it I’ve spent a couple hours.
I try to not open my browser while writing.
2. Rebecca, what did you edit out of Secrets In Our Scars?
Late in editing, I added another character. Thank goodness my editor talked me out of it.
Also, there were a couple of love scenes I decided weren’t needed.
Oh, and I almost forgot, I had Krieger give Lily a self-defense class. In my head, it sounded like a fantastic idea. On paper, it didn’t work.
3. What’s your favorite under-appreciated novel?
The Night Film by Marisha Pessl. I wouldn’t classify it as under-appreciated, but I don’t hear about it often. I love movies and their history and hunting out a good mystery.
4. Do you view writing as a kind of spiritual practice?
No, it isn’t for me. For me, it’s an adventure. Stepping out into another world and moving the characters around as I see fit.
5. How many hours a day do you write?
It varies. Some days I don’t write at all. Or I think about what I’m going to write. When I do sit down to write it’s between two and four hours, sometimes longer. I tend to write in the morning and I’m more productive when the weather gets cooler.
6. Rebecca, living in Seattle has contributed to my daily addiction to coffee.. I have never had cherry pie… Where has the best pie or do you bake it yourself?
Costco has the best cherry pie. It’s a religious experience. The crust. The tart cherries. My self-control is nil when it’s in the house. I’ve eaten it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Needless to say, I don’t buy it often.
Rebecca Trogner started writing her first novel after watching True Blood. Of course it was about vampires and thus The Last Keepers Daughter was born. The next, The Last Guardian Rises, continued the series. Her latest book, Secrets In Our Scars, is a contemporary romance and a lot spicier. She’s working on her fourth book with the help of her rescued animal pets.