Interview with Chelsea Cameron, Author of Jager
15 Apr 2016
Jagger is the youngest of the Caldwell brothers and probably the one with the biggest heart of them all. When he sees wrong – or in this case hears wrongdoing – he’s not one to sit back and do nothing. He’s definitely an actions speak louder than words kind of man.
Who are your literary heroes working today? Why do you admire them?
My literary heroes working today – Kristen Ashley. I admire her drive, her dedication, and her talents to build these worlds that many overlap always giving the reader more of the characters they love.
Who is your favorite couple from literature?
My favorite couple from literature – Romeo and Juliet. The forbidden, the passion, the emotion, and the suspense all come together in a story that is unpredictable.
What’s your favorite restaurant in Southern Louisiana?
Living in Louisiana is a culinary delight. I am a girl with a huge sweet tooth so my favorite restaurant is Café Du Monde in New Orleans because there is nothing better than a hot beignet from here.
If you had to pick one place to vacation for the rest of your life, where would you choose?
One place I would vacation for the rest of my life is Disney World. I’m a big kid at heart and no matter how many times I’ve gone there I never get enough or see everything.
Do you listen to anything while you write? If so, what’s your audio of choice?
I’m a moody writer. Depending on my mood determines what I listen to. The content also effects my audio choices. If I’m working on a darker scene or book then I prefer silence so I can allow myself to dig deeper. If I’m needing to tune out noise (like my kids, love them but they are loud at times) then I listen to music. I love all genres of music so my playlists are all over the place.
What’s your favorite quote or scene from Right?
My favorite part to write in Jagger was Tatiana and the DIY projects for the house. I am addicted to the house flipping shows. In real life, I’m nowhere near crafty enough to do much for my house style. I enjoyed having that come out in her – and I really do hate wallpaper.
Do you have a motto, quote or philosophy you live by?
Just like the Caldwell Brothers series, I live by the motto ‘Be the good in a world full of bad.’ We all have a choice each and every day to wake up and be a positive impact on someone. It can be as simple as holding a door for a stranger that could turn their entire day around. You never know what anyone is really feeling or going through so do the little things because they could turn out to mean the most.
Chelsea Camaron is the author of the new book Jagger.Buy The Book
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