Monday, July 22, 2013

Author Interview - Dina Rae

 Scratching the surface…
  1. Do you have any pets?  I have two dogs, one is in my author pic-she is so pretty.  I love dogs and hope to always have at least two.
  2. Do you belong to a religious group? How important is it to you?  Yes, I belong to a church and a Bible study group.  They are very important to me.  I am very grateful that they are very important to my two teenage daughters as well.
  3. What is your favorite or most dreaded holiday? Why?  My most dreaded holiday which used to be my favorite is Christmas.  Too much pressure and money to organize everything.
Going a bit deeper…
  1. Do you have any irrational fears / phobias?  I have a fear of heights.  It has grown into almost a phobia over the years.  The movie people have done miracles on screen that show characters climbing or falling high buildings, mountains, etc.  The scenes make me sick to my stomach and I have to turn away.
At your core…
  1. How would you define ‘power’? Power is freedom to do whatever you want.  Sadly, money seems to be the key to pulling off total power and total freedom.
  2. Do you consider yourself a moral / ethical person?  Not by nature, but I am aware that I can be selfish and I’m working on it.  Without God in my life, who knows where I’d be right now.
  3. What do you believe happens when you die?  I hope and pray that I will make the cut and go to Heaven.  I respect all religions, even the atheists, but don’t understand people who refuse to believe in an afterlife.  What’s the harm?  You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
  4. What belief / person / institution would you die to defend?  Freedom of speech was important enough for our forefathers, it should be important enough now.  I believe fear has replaced free speech in many parts of the world, even the U.S., and we need to turn that around.
  5. How would you behave when cornered / bullied?  I tend to fight back when maybe I should walk away.
  6. How would you define the word ‘love’? Love, to me, is sacrifice and loyalty.  The most moving scenes on TV and the movies involve a man or woman putting themself aside for a loved one.  Examples: Sex in the City-When Samantha gets breast cancer and her gorgeous model boyfriend shaves his head, The Notebook-When Gosling buys the dilapidated house and fixes it up because McAdams might stop by, The Zoo-When Damon sinks every dime he has into saving the tiger because it symbolizes the death of his wife.  That’s romance!
Halo of the Nephilim
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Genre - Horror/Paranormal
Rating – R
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