To celebrate the upcoming release of Deadlock by Cherrie Lynn on June 25th, Entangled Publishing has arranged a Scavenger Hunt! Follow the links at the end of each stop and collect clues along the way! Click here to start at the beginning of the Scavenger Hunt. At the end, enter your clues to be entered to win the grand prize: a Nespresso Espresso maker and coffee goodies to keep your all-night hacking (or reading) sessions going strong. You might find a few bonus giveaways in hidden links throughout the Scavenger Hunt, too, including print copies of Deadlock!
I’m excited to host a Q&A with New York times bestseller, Cherrie Lynn.
Do you listen to music while you write? If so, what is your favorite writing music?
I usually do listen to music while I write, and what I listen to really depends on my mood that day or the scene I’m writing. Mostly, it’s rock. Sometimes it’s more ambient. I especially like some video game soundtracks for this; I put on my Beats and I’m in another world. Very rarely, I reach a point where music is a little distracting, and I need silence. But there’s usually no silence in my house unless the kids and hubby are all gone! So music it is, to block everything else out but the story.
Do you plan what you are going to write ahead of time or let the characters lead you?
I let them lead me for the most part. When I start out, I usually have an idea where I’m going and a few major plot points along the way. Sometimes I have an ending in mind and sometimes I discover that later. But how we get from point A to point B and beyond is up to the characters.
Scavenger hunt: What kind of soundtracks does Cherrie like to listen to?
Next stop: Sheryl Nantus