Lesson one—write faster than your demons. Jenn Lyons writes 2,000 words an hour in order to leave her brain no time to second-guess itself. She encourages all writers to trust their instincts. Lyons shares four other tips she learned while writing Blood Sin. Find her advice at Chuck Wendig's Terrible Minds.
Conspiracy theories—you either love them or hate them. Jenn Lyons personally dislikes conspiracy theories, chalking them up to superstition or ignorance. However, she recognizes her need for these theories for both Blood Sin and its predecessor, Blood Chimera.
Why so serious? Even the most serious books at times have a little humor in it. Jenn Lyons discusses the importance of humor in fiction--all kinds of fiction.
More praise! Bitten by Books gave Blood Sin a stellar review, calling it “a provocative and terrifying peek into a world unlike any I've visited.”
A vampire by any other name... Ever lost at how to categorize a book into a specific genre? What do you name it? Some works blur the lines between these classifications. Blood Sin often does this dance between genres. Yet no matter what the label, it's still just as fun to read. Spice of Life discusses genre in Blood Sin here.
"Do you have an alibi?" Detective Alder asks Jackson Pastor. Jenn Lyons imagined an interview between these two characters and shared the results with Bitten by Books. Turns out, Detective Alder drives a tough interrogation, but can he really outdo the wits of Jackson Pastor? Find out here.