Q and A with Amy and free download

A while back I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Amy the Zany bibliophile.
Guess how I came up with Roxanne’s story?
Q: What was your favorite book as a child?
A: I was born and raised in Brazil and my very first book was a comic book with local – though famous – characters. Beyond that, I read most anything, but poetry books borrowed from the school library were my favorites. As I grew and began branching out, my taste was eclectic, going from textbooks – biology, English, Portuguese – to fiction books in all kinds of genres that I borrowed from friends, but the ones I can remember now are The Forbidden Game by L. J. Smith, The Last Vampire by Christopher Pike, Some Eve Duncan by Iris Johansen, and a handful of Steven King. Ah, and there’s Judith McNaught with all the historical romances.
Q: What is your favorite book as an adult?
To read more, click here: https://zanybibliophile.wordpress.com/2018/04/13/author-interview-jina-s-bazzar/
And don’t forget to browse through Amy’s post and read her review on Heir of Ashes and The Curse.

Note: The Curse is now available for free here: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/797038

8 Replies to “Q and A with Amy and free download”

    1. Thank you. That was not the name i gave her when i first started writing this book, and it felt tame and weak, and for over a month i debated something that suited her character better. And then one morning i woke up with the name Roxanne, and i knew it fit like a glove.


  1. Aww… L.J Smith and Christopher Pike… What wonderful memories!! I loved the Night World series by L. J Smith (I’m pretty sure I still have them kicking around my house somewhere) and I’m pretty sure I read the Final Friends trilogy by Christopher Pike until it was just pulp. Ha ha!

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