Interview with Betty Shreffler, author of King of Kings

28 Jan 2020

What can you tell us about your new release, King of Kings?

King of Kings is the 3rd book in the Kings MC Romances. If unfamiliar with the series, this story is about Nix. He is the older brother of Liz from Book 1, Castle of Kings. Nix is also the President of the Kings MC. He is the kind of book boyfriend who will leave you with a book hangover. He loves with all he has and protects the ones he loves with ferocity. Writing his story was one of the most thrilling and emotionally gut-wrenching books I’ve written. As the reader, you feel it all with this book; drama, heartache, tension, raw emotions, sizzling chemistry, heat, danger, and excitement.

What books are currently on your nightstand?

The majority of the time I read on my Kindle or the Kindle app with my phone. However, I do have a collection of paperbacks I’m working my way through. The book I’m currently reading is Slow Burn by Autumn Jones Lake.

What advice would you give your teenage self?

This made me laugh out loud at first because of the list of things that came to mind! I’d tell younger Betty that she’ll be okay because I grow up to be a strong, independent woman. I’d also tell my teenage self to go to college for media & entertainment, arts & design. I would’ve enjoyed that much more than a couple of business degrees.

If you had an extra hour each day, how would you spend it?

Reading. I don’t get to read as much as I would like to and I use to read for pleasure quite often.

What makes your world go round? Why does it bring you joy?

Being a writer makes my world go around. It’s a passion I’ve had since I was twelve years old and it’s a part of me as much as breathing and eating is. Writing gives me joy because it gives me an escape into a limitless amount of worlds. I can go anywhere, do anything, and love and live fearlessly through my characters.

What scene in King of Kings was your favorite to write?

When the male lead, Nix completely gives into his love for the female lead, Synne. It’s a steamy and romantic scene and I loved it.

Betty Shreffler is the author of the new book King of Kings.

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