Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Author Spotlight/Interview with Britni Hill

I am thrilled today to interview author Britni Hill

What is your favorite thing about being a writer?
I constantly have these stories floating around in my head and being a writer allows me to share them with others.
Me too! My head is always full!

What genre(s) do you write?
Contemporary and New Adult.  I eventually will probably try my hand at horror or sci fi too.

Are you a plotter or a pantser?
I try to plot sometimes but honestly most of the time I end up flying by the seat of my pants.
That's how it works. Those characters take over!

What other careers have you had?
I am a licensed cosmetologist.  I’ve been a server, a bartender, a hostess, a receptionist, and I’ve worked in retail.
Us creative cosmetologist types have to stick together.

When not writing, how do you relax?
I read and sometimes have a glass of wine or two.

Please share with us your future projects and upcoming releases.

I’m working on finishing a novel titled Hushed.  In it a college girl finds herself falling for her ex-boyfriend’s step-brother.  When they decide to hide their feelings from their friends both of them know it will end badly when their relationship comes out.  I’m hoping to have this done and out by January.

I have also started working on a story about a girl who loses her husband in a deployment but their relationship wasn’t what it seemed.  When she moves home she finds herself struggling with guilt and grief.  Then she meets Brady and things begin to change in her world.  I’m hoping to have this released early next year.

Here is where you can find Britni Hill

Tears in the Rubble
Layla Swanson grew up in the lazy, small town of Hollow Oaks and can’t wait to get out.  She has big dreams and big plans in the big city.  Layla has worked hard and her senior year is nearly at its end.  She can’t wait to go away to college.  And she’s one step closer to getting what she wants. Layla isn’t letting anyone get in her way. 
Taylor Scott may not be your typical country boy, but he doesn’t mind Hollow Oaks.  His dreams may not be marked on paper and set in stone, but it doesn’t mean he doesn’t have them. 
A chance meeting between the two childhood friends may have Layla second guessing her longtime plan. Their rekindled friendship is leading them down a path neither one could have foreseen.  But with Layla leaving for college, many challenges face them, especially when she so stubbornly sticks to her solo plan.
Is Taylor’s love enough to convince Layla to let him in?  Or when everything falls apart, will Layla run away?   

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