Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Lillian Cauldwell and A Drawing for A Five Minute Radio Spot!
Please welcome Lillian Cauldwell to my blog today.
Alisha: Tell us about your childhood
Lillian: Childhood memories are one place I don't go back and visit. I didn't fit in and was misunderstood. Today, I'm told it was because I'm a writer. I'm taking the
5th on childhood memories.
Alisha: Tell us about the hero and heroine in your latest release.
Lillian: The hero in my multi-cultural paranormal mystery is Raul Garcia. He's a hero-in-training, sort of like a squire was to his knight. Raul does all the noble things that a true hero-in-training does: holds doors, pulls out chairs, supports when heroine falters, fights against all odds, and betrays his belove when she most needs him. My heroine in the story, The Anna Mae Mysteries-The Golden Treasure is Anna Mae Botts. She's in the middle of her life, no longer a young child, but not an independent thinking young adult (teenager) either. She, also, is a heroine-in-training. Anna Mae does all the wrong things that help her hero Raul Gracia remain true to her with mixed feelings. Anna Mae is tough, tom-boyish, loves adventures and sports, likes boys more than girls, and determined to change the world her way. Anna Mae has all the markings of a true heroine. When she loves, she does so with her whole heart. When she betrays Raul, she puts the blame entirely all him. Although, Anna Mae is a tom-boy, she's a heroine deep down inside of her that's festering and smoldering, like a volcano ready to erupt.
Alisha: If you could have three wishes, what would they be?
Lillian: My three wishes would be: good health, immortality, married to two men: one for spiritual and intellect and the other for sex!
Alisha: Wooooo, I like your last wish! I think I'll wish for that too!
Alisha: If you could go anywhere tomorrow, where would you go?
Lillian: The United Kingdom
Alisha: Name the person you would like to talk to, living or dead.
Lillian: Abigail Adams
Alisha: Most interesting. What a strong woman! If you could have six people on an island who would it be?
Lillian: Shakespere, Socrates, Elizabeth I, Eleanor Roosevelt, Jane Austen, Daphne Du Murier. Stimulating conversation and thoughtful philosophic discussions of the eternal soul, love, romance, and betrayal.
Alisha: What word or phrase makes you tingle in all the right places?
Lillian: Love you.
Alisha: If you had one day to yourself, what would you do?
Lillian: Go to the spa and get spa-ed.
Alisha: If you could do anything different in your life, what would it be?
Lillian: I have no regrets about how my life happened. Life is a journey. I deal with it one day at a time and never looked back. There's nothing that I would change, because I would change from that one incident. Why challenge fate?
Alisha: What's your favorite memory from your first love or the one that got away?
Lillian: My first time making love. He took forever before consumating. What a joy ride!!
CONTEST: For the drawing, Lillian is giving away a five minute spot on Passionate Internet Voices Talk Radio, Inc. The winner can talk about themselves, books read or authored, services or products sold, as long as it's family friendly. Check out the website: http://internetvoicesradio.com.
Lillian's website: http://lillliancauldwell.com