Quintette asks writers five quick questions. This week’s interview is with Elise K. Ackers! And this week, the interview comes with a competition!!
Elise K. Ackers
It’s a short story called Dear Stranger, and the title wasn’t hard to choose at all because the story is all about love letters to strangers.
2. If you could choose anyone from any time period, who would you cast as the leads in your latest book?
Much tougher question! Maybe Emmy Rossum for Reese, she has long, brown curls and an expressive face; and Dylan McDermott for Ian – when he’s clean shaven.
3. What five words best describe your story?
Romantic, hopeful, valentine, possible and short!
4. Who is your favourite fictional couple?
Probably Lizzie Bennett and William Darcy, if only because despite all of the misunderstandings and prejudices, they still managed to fall in love with each other for who they truly were.
5. What song always makes you cry?
Brad Paisley and Allison Kraus’s Whiskey Lullaby makes my heart hurt, but Green Day’s Time of Your Life is so often linked with saying goodbye to people we love, so that one gets me the most.
Time of Your Life
Win an e-copy of Dear Stranger
Elise is giving away three copies of her story across a couple of blogs.
A beautiful love letter to the most troublesome of holidays…
Soft-hearted Reese Ahearn is single for Valentine’s Day. Again. But that’s not going to stop her from spreading the holiday’s sentiment on the streets of Melbourne with short, sweet, anonymous love letters, left for strangers to find. The last thing she expects, however, is a reply…
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Elise K. Ackers is a romantic suspense and contemporary romance author based in Melbourne, Australia. She is a 2013 Romantic Book of the Year finalist, print and ebook published with Destiny Romance and Escape Publishing, and known to do some pretty strange stuff in the name of research.
Buy Dear Stranger:
- Dear Stranger (novella) on Amazon
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