Few Are Angels by Inger Iverson

Today Inger Iverson is joining to chat about her writing life and her new book, Few Are Angels. And she’s brought prizes! Welcome, Inger!

Who designed your cover art? 
Ana Fagarazzi at AF Design Studios created my cover art. She also created the revamped cover for Few Are Angels, here is a small peek:

Now that your first novel is published, do you feel any anxiety, like, the fear that you won’t be able to duplicate the success or meet a deadline or even that the ideas will just dry up?
My biggest fear now is that I won’t be able to create another story like Kale and Ella’s story. I love all my characters and projects, but with this being my first book, I can’t help but to feel as if I will never be as in love with a story as I am with Few are Angels. I’m sure it’s just a silly fear, but still, it’s there all the same.

What can readers expect with next from you?
I’m currently working on the next installment to FAA called, Awakened and the continuing novella on my blog called, Running in the Dark. I also have a secret project that I’m working on for Few Are Angels that I’ll be squealing about in a few weeks!

Have you ever battled with any of your characters over their personality traits? If so, who won – you or the character?
Mia and I battled constantly. She wanted to be snarkier and I wanted her to be more subdued. I think I won out on that, but I think I also made sure that the reader understood where Mia’s anger came from in the novel.

Do you choose a title first, or write the book then choose the title? How did you come up with a title?
I started writing Few Are Angels with a different title based on what the novel was about, but I only had that title for about two hours. As I started writing I realized I could do something better with the title. I could have the first title sum up the entire series. So I titled the book after the realization Ella comes to in the end of the series, Few Are Angels.

Did any character change roles in the creation of this story?
Oh my goodness, Alex. Alex is a character that grew to be one of the most loved in the novel. I based him on two people in my life and I think that’s why he is so loved. He strong, understanding and knows when to say, “I was wrong.” Alex became a main character all on his own.

Quick Draw

Fave Romance book to read over and over again? Kissed by an Angel, Elizabeth Chandler
Right now I’m reading… Stolen by Lucy Christopher.
Fave type of hero?Bad boy turned hero.
Fave Quote? “You either die a hero, or live long enough to see yourself become the villain” – Harvey Dent
Fave food? Chinese
Fave candy bar? Snickers
Fave flower? Tiger Cala lilly
Fave gemstone? Opal
Fave day of the week? Sunday
Fave time of day to write? Late night
Fave season? Autumn
Fave holiday? Halloween
Fave color? Slate Blue
Fave animal? Bunnies
Fave hobby? Reading
Fave song? Precious by Depeche Mode
Fave TV show? Big Bang Theory and 2 Broke Girls
Fave movie? The Crow
Fave author? Elizabeth Chandler
Coffee or tea? Tea
Cake or pie? Cake
Plot or not? Recently, plot.
Plane or Train? Plane
Run or walk? Walk
Indoors or outdoors? Depends on the weather.
Vampire or shifter? ALWAYS vampire

 

Few Are Angels
Few Are Angels, book 1
By Inger Iversen
Blurb:
Follow Ella through self-discovery, first love, tragedy and sacrifice in this paranormal romance.

After a fatal hit and run accident, Ella Monroe fears that she’s lost more than her beloved parents. Horrifying visions of a past life and a disturbing voice in her head have psychiatric professionals convinced that she’s lost her sanity as well. But when Kale–a dark and handsome stranger with a mysterious past–reveals the true meaning of her visions and the tremendous power she wields through them, Ella must come to terms with the devastating truths of her own past, while eluding an ancient Dark Prince who seeks to control not only her future, but all of mankind’s, by means of abilities that Ella is only beginning to understand.

Enter the shrouded world of an age old battle between an ancient race known as the Immortals and their bitter enemy Laurent, the so-called Dark Prince, who commands an army of half-breed vampires known as Chorý. Both sides have been desperately searching for the prophesied emergence of the Arc, a clairvoyant with unparalleled power to recall the past and a soothsayer with clear vision into the future.

The Council of Immortals has sworn to protect the Arc, whom they have identified as young Ella Monroe, a college freshman from Virginia living quietly and unaware of her powers or her past. But a renegade Chorý has other plans for the protection of a girl he has loved through the ages. Can Kale convince Ella of who she is, what she is destined to become, and what he once meant to her? Is he truly the best protector to shield the world from the devastating misuse of her powers that Laurent is bent on controlling? Or will the forbidden love they share and Kale’s cursed condition as a retched and hated Chorý be used against them both?

 

Tour Wide Giveaway

5 prize packs with print book, beaded book thong, poster and postcard

5 ebook copies of Few Are Angels

Just click on the Rafflecopter link and scroll down to enter!

 

About the Author
Inger Iversen was born in 1982 to Anne and Kaii Iversen. She lives in Virginia Beach with her overweight lap cat, Max and her tree hugging boyfriend Joshua. She spends 90 percent of her time in Barnes and Noble and the other ten pretending not to want to be in Barnes and Noble.

 

 

 

Connect with Inger!

Website    |    Twitter @KRIS10INGER    |    Facebook

 

 

 

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2 Responses to Few Are Angels by Inger Iverson

  1. S.durham says:

    Hi Inger, your book sounds very interesting. And The Crow is one of my favorite movies too! Best of luck on your release!

    Cheers, sara

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