The Flawless by Mia Hoddell

THE FLAWLESS

 
 
 
Book Name: The Flawless
Author: Mia Hoddell
Publisher: Self-Published
Release date: Unavailable
Genre: Young Adult
Warnings: Unavailable
Formats: Paperback, eBook
Other Novels: The Sheol
Book Trailer: Unavailable
Social Networks: Facebook, Twitter, Goodread
Author Site: Website
 
Buying Locations: Amazon UK
Amazon
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A battle is going to arise soon; The Sheol and The Flawless will come together but only one can survive to continue their manipulation of humankind. The Wanderers have to decide whether to summon the courage to fight so they can save themselves from eternal unrest or whether they like being lost, immortal souls. Nachtmahr is upgrading his Sturmmen to create more ruthless and efficient killers due to interference from The Sheol, while Kala is becoming darker; her rage consuming her as she strives to fulfill her own personal mission…Kill Nachtmahr.
Excerpt from Goodread
 
 


 
AUTHOR INTERVIEW

 
 
What is your book about?
Both of my books are dark paranormal romances written from the points of view of Kala and Chris.
The Sheol (The Wanderer Trilogy #1)
 
Can a killer ever truly quit?
Being a trained killer, Kala can handle most things the world throws at her. However, when she murders her fiance, Kala’s life is thrown into chaos. Forced to leave everything behind, she runs from city to city, in fear of her psychotic boss who is seeking her death. If that wasn’t enough, she also has to cope with the re-appearance of her dead fiance who is struggling to keep a hold on his sanity as he strives for revenge.
 
The Flawless (The Wanderer Trilogy #2)
Once a killer, always a killer…
A battle is going to arise soon; The Sheol and The Flawless will come together but only one can survive to continue their manipulation of humankind. The Wanderers have to decide whether to summon the courage to fight so they can save themselves from eternal unrest or whether they like being lost, immortal souls. Nachtmahr is upgrading his Sturmmen to create more ruthless and efficient killers due to interference from The Sheol, while Kala is becoming darker; her rage consuming her as she strives to fulfill her own personal mission…Kill Nachtmahr.
 
Has any other author(s) inspired your writing?
Julia Golding inspired me to start writing as I never enjoyed reading until I found her books but probably for my books I would have to say Marcus Sedgwick as he write gothic novels and I love darker books.
 
What do you think your writing style is?
I generally write in the genre of paranormal or paranormal romance although that may change in the future. I also prefer to write in the first person as I find it easier to connect with the characters and get inside their head. As well as this I do like darker books so some of my books may be about darker subjects like The Wanderer Trilogy, however my new series is not. It really depends on the book I am writing.
 
Do you have any suggestions for beginning writers?
I’m still pretty new to it myself as I only released my first two books this year so I don’t have a lot to say besides write because you enjoy it. I know a lot of people who think the idea of being a writer sounds good but because their heart wasn’t in it they couldn’t complete anything.
 
When did you decide you wanted to be a writer?
I began writing poems when I was seven and even had a few published too. This led onto short stories when I was thirteen but I didn’t start to take a serious interest in it until sixteen when I began writing my first novel.
 
Why should readers consider your novel?
I feel whatever I say may be slightly biased so here are a few quotes from some of the reviews I’ve had on The Sheol, which will hopefully make people consider it.
 
“Different and nail biting: The story line was well thought and intriguing! The Sheol had a good pace through out the book and it was kind of hard to put it down.”
 
“A unique and original story that took me on an un-predictable journey as the story keeps you guessing all the way to the end.”
 
“It’s a good piece of action and I could almost picture it like a movie.”
 
“The supernatural part to the story gave me a unique spin on a story that I thought I knew before I read it.”
 
“A stimulating and emotional experience.”
 
Were any of your characters a reflection of you?
No, not in The Wanderer Trilogy anyway and I’d be worried if they were, especially Kala as she is a pretty dark character. I did use personal experiences to help get into the role/mood of her though and my drama A-level helps a lot with that side of things too.
 
The leading female in my new paranormal series (that should hopefully be out in November) though started off as a reflection of myself and the story was initially based on some things that have happened during my life in recent years. I won’t say what though as you’ll have to wait for the book…
 
What is something people would be surprised to know about you?
People consider me as a quiet and shy person so most are shocked when they learn that I love acting and performing (most can’t even comprehend the idea). They also think that I’m quite ‘sweet and innocent’ so I’ve had a few people stunned about Kala’s character in The Wanderer Trilogy as they were surprised by a few of the things I had written, due to their dark nature.
 
What is your favorite part of the book?
Wow that’s hard as there are a few sections. I’d probably have to say the ending though, as it was the most fun to write and it was one of the first things I knew would happen before I planned the middle. I have also had a few reviews stating how unexpected it was, which was nice to here
 
How did you start your writing career?
I had just started finding books that I enjoyed reading and had switched teachers for my English lessons during high school. This new teacher was always giving us creative writing assignments and from there it kind of snowballed as I developed a love of it. One of the short stories I wrote for a piece of course work, about WW2 soldiers coming back to life, gave me the idea for the Wanderers and from then on I started writing The Sheol during my summer holiday as I was bored. I had to fit my writing around all my exams so it took awhile to finish the first draft but now I know it’s something I want to continue it’s my top priority.
 
 


 
Author Bio

 
Mia Hoddell lives in the UK with her family and two cats. She spends most of her time writing or reading and her preferred genre is Young Adult, Paranormal Romance. Before 2009, Mia wouldn’t even pick up a book and was more interested in sports. However she finally found some novels that interested her and developed a love of writing. Mia began with short stories but found she had too much to tell with too little space, so later on she created The Wanderer Trilogy and from there other ideas have emerged which she hopes to turn into novels as well.
 
 
 
Thank you so much, Mia, for taking the time to stop by and talk to us about your fantastic new release! Best of luck to you in the future!
 


 
 
 

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