More About the Author
National Bestselling Author Michele Bardsley is the author of the popular Broken Heart Vampire series and the Nevermore Wizards series. She also writes other books (such as romantic suspense AFTER MIDNIGHT, romantic comedy LOVE GONE WILD, humorous women's fiction SEX, DOUG, AND A ROCKY ROAD, and erotic romance FRISKY BUSINESS).
When Michele's not writing or "researching" (AKA staring at the shiny Internet), she loves watching "Supernatural," consuming chocolate, crocheting hats, and spending time with her husband (The Viking). She adores animals and is currently owned by four dogs and two cats.
Michele continues to write the Broken Heart Holiday Tails (VALENTINE'S DAY SUCKS and HARRY LITTLE, LEPRECHAUN). The next story is called WEREWOLF KNOWS BEST and comes out in May 2014.
The Broken Arrow paranormal romance series (a spin-off from Broken Heart world featuring Greek goddess of love Aphrodite and crew) will kick-off with NAKED DISCLOSURE (late April 2014).
Summer 2014 will bring the next story in Nevermore Wizards series, NEVER SAY DIE. Readers can expect a variety of short stories, erotic romances, and other fiction as Michele mainly writes to avoid housework. (Oh, and to buy food, shelter, and kibble.)
Q: What's your perfect writing moment?
A: When I write "the end" and the vodka bottle is empty. My face is usually smeared with chocolate, too, and my fingers are claws from typing so much. Also, I need a shower. But really. Perfect.
Q: What's your ideal day?
A: My ideal day is being tucked into bed with my puppies reading my Kindle or watching Netflix with my hubby. There may also be some canoodling.
Q: What's your favorite food?
A: Chocolate. It's really the only food.
Q: What are your favorite inspirational songs?
A: "Girl, I Love You" by Massive Attack and "Destiny" by Zero 7. And I like the Spongebob Squarepants theme song.
Q: What's your favorite quote?
A: "You are what you love, not what loves you." (From the movie "Adaptation")
Q: What do you find yourself "Fangirling" over?
A: The Winchesters, of course. (If I have to define that sentence further, we cannot be friends. I'm sorry. It's a rule.)