6 Questions with….Nancee Cain

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Thank you Nancee Cain for taking the time to answer my 6 questions.  I know you are busy with writing and your life.

A little about Nancee

During the day, Nancee Cain works as a nurse/counselor in the field of addiction to support her coffee and reading habit. Nights are spent writing paranormal and contemporary romances with a serrated edge.

Authors are her rock stars, and she’s been known to stalk a few for an autograph, but not in a scary, Stephen King way. Her husband swears her To-Be-Read list qualifies her as a certifiable book hoarder.

Always looking to try something new, she dreams of being an extra in a Bollywood film, or a tattoo artist. (Her lack of rhythm and artistic ability may put a damper on both of these dreams.)

“A witty, sexy, and refreshing addition to its genre, ‘Saving Evangeline’ shines a fantastical light on some very real struggles.”-Madeline Sheehan, USA Today Bestselling Author

“Nancee Cain creates magic in the pages she writes: her angels are sinfully unangelic, her humans are downright flawed and completely relateable, her plots are impeccable, and her writing is genius.” -Paranormal, Magic & Mischief Blog

Keep up with upcoming releases here: http://eepurl.com/bhFwvD

1. How many author events have you been to? And do you have an upcoming events planned?
I’ve been to several both as a reader/fangirl and as an author. As an author, I’ve been to six. I will be at my local library this afternoon doing a signing of my new book and in Montgomery, AL on  May 18, 2019 at 11 AM. https://www.facebook.com/events/268232077130034/
2. If you could tell your younger writing self-anything, what would it be? 
Go for your dream. Don’t let your insecurities hold you back.
3. How often do you write? Do you have a set writing schedule? 
I try to write at least a sentence every day, even holidays. I’ve taken a few days off for illness or vacation, but not many.
4. Favorite character to create and why? 

I love flawed heroes and heroines. I think it makes them relatable. Dylan, my bad boy rocker has been fun because his book (it’s FREE on all platforms) starts the series. Each book is a standalone, but the characters move around in other stories. So as you go through the series, you get to see him go from a self-indulgent young man to a harried father.



5. What, according to you, is the hardest thing about writing?

I’m a pantser, meaning I just sit down and go with it, so sometimes I do a lot of backtracking. And marketing. I have a hard time with that. I’m really an introvert at heart.
6. Which book inspired you to begin writing? Or who inspired you? 
When the Indie authors first started gaining traction through self-publishing, Debra Anastasia’s book Poughkeepsie captivated me. It was so different from anything I’d ever read before. I fangirled and corresponded with her and confessed my dreams to write. She was so encouraging. I adore her!

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