Friday Fast 5 with Alanna Lucas

April 24, 2015

Today I welcome historical romance writer Alanna Lucas to the Friday Fast 5!

What is on the top of your to be read pile?

Stormy Persuasion by Johanna Lindsey– love those Malory’s!

How do you overcome writer’s block?

Vacuum. It solves two problems at once 😉

If you were stranded on a desert island and could chose any famous person (living or dead), who would you chose to be stranded with you and why?

Leonardo da Vinci. He would probably be able to invent something to get us off the desert island. If it were a beautiful tropical island, my answer would be different because I wouldn’t want to leave 😉

What is your favorite part of writing?

Researching! Which is also the most distracting part.

What advice would you give new authors?

Never give up! Oh, and have fun 🙂

Don’t Miss Face to Face

Face to FaceA masquerade, a chance meeting, and a kidnapping: Little did Miss Penelope Ashurst realize that breaking the rules would result in the adventure—and love—of a lifetime.

UNSEEN

One night. That’s all Miss Penelope Ashurst wants away from the strict decorum of Regency society. Donning a mask and attending a forbidden masquerade, she meets the man of her dreams. Then, before she discovers his identity, she is kidnapped.

UNTASTED

From their first encounter, his goddess in a golden mask stirs a deep and different longing within Ranulph, the Earl of Monfort. When she disappears, he vows he will find her no matter the cost.

UNSTOPPABLE

Soon it’s a race against time, and the kidnappers are just the start. Penelope and Ranulph’s very lives are in jeopardy. Before the end, everything will be stripped away, and Penelope and Ranulph will be more than just face-to-face. But this is true love, and nothing will stop it.

Where to Find Face to Face

Amazon

Boroughs Publishing Group

Barnes & Noble

More about Alanna

Historical Romance Writer Alanna LucasMulti-published historical romance author Alanna Lucas grew up in Southern California, but always dreamed of distant lands and bygone eras. From an early age, she took an interest in history and travel, and enjoys incorporating those experiences into her writing. Alanna writes Regency and Western historical romance.

When she is not daydreaming of her next travel destination Alanna can be found researching, spending time with family, or going for long walks. She makes her home in California with her husband, children, one sweet dog, and hundreds of books.

Just for the record, you can never have too many shoes, handbags, or books. And travel is a must.

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17 thoughts on “Friday Fast 5 with Alanna Lucas”

  1. Kary Rader

    Cute, fun interview. Alana if Da Vinci were really as cute as the guy on the Starz series you might not want him to leave either.

    Congrats on the release! Looks great.

  2. Sabina Phillips

    Laughed at your vacuuming response to writer’s block. Must try it! Now off to check out your book…

  3. Beth

    I was watching Mr. Peabody and Sherman, which has a wonderful version of Leonardo… I would love to be on an island with him! LOL 😀 Let’s add beautiful, and pick a book boyfriend!

    • Alanna Lucas

      Thank you! Boroughs Publishing Group has the best covers!

  4. Anastasia Abboud

    Vacuum? I would never have thought of that! 🙂
    The book sounds great, Alanna! All the best to you and also to this blog host! Very nice!

    • Alanna Lucas

      The kids run and hide whenever they see the bright green vacuum emerge 😉

  5. Barbara Bettis

    Loved your islands reply, Alanna. And oh, my, you new book sounds wonderful!! Many happy sales.

    • Alanna Lucas

      Thank you Barbara 🙂 I was told the actor playing him is quite dreamy, so I might have to amend the getting off the island part 😉

  6. Alina K. Field

    You and your vacuuming! When are you going to come over to my house and do some plotting, LOL! Great post, Alanna!

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