Q&A with Lisa of Lisa Haseltons Reviews and Interviews

When did you first consider yourself a writer?

I had a palm reader look at my right palm once and say, “Hmm, you’re very fickle.” She promptly handed my arm back to me and turned forward in the car seat. We were driving someplace at the time. I hated her for that. I thought, “The audacity of the woman!” But she’d clearly hit a nerve. Some years later I decided for myself, “Dean, you’ll never be able to be one thing for the rest of your life unless that one thing allows you to be everything else.” Through my writing I can be a lawyer, a doctor, a spy, a mad scientist, a health nut, and the hundred and one other things I would like to have been in real life—if only I weren’t so fickle. Better yet, I can enjoy superhuman abilities that only people who live in fantasies much of their waking life can ever hope to enjoy.

For more of the interview at Lisa Haselton’s Reviews and Interviews, click this link:


And don’t forget to enter the raffle for a chance at a prize! Follow along with the rest of the tour and enter at each site to increase your chances of winning, and not least of all, to learn the behind the scenes stuff that went into the writing of Blood Brothers. Not to mention other fun facts about me and some of my other titles.