Saturday, June 8, 2013

Video Interview with Sylvia Day

We are thrilled to have Sylvia Day on our blog today!  If you haven't heard yet, Sylvia's third book in her uber-popular Crossfire series released last Tuesday.  I was unable to make my schedule work to personally ask Sylvia the following questions, but she was happy to read my questions and answer them for us here at Addicted2Heroines.  We'd love to hear what you think of this interview.  Enjoy!

Sylvia Day is the #1 New York Times & #1 international bestselling author of over a dozen award-winning novels translated into thirty-nine languages. With millions of copies of her books in print, her work has appeared at the top of multiple international bestsellers lists. She has been a number one bestseller in fifteen countries. Two of her novels–Bared to You and Reflected in You–took spots among the top ten bestselling books of 2012 on year-end sales round ups throughout the world. She has been nominated for the Goodreads Choice Award for Best Author and her work has been honored as Amazon’s Best of the Year in Romance. Sylvia is presently serving as President of Romance Writers of America.

Sylvia is a lifelong California resident who loves to travel. Her adventures have taken her to Japan, Holland, Germany, France, Mexico, Jamaica, the United Kingdom, and all over the United States. Born in Los Angeles, she grew up in Orange County (the O.C.), and later lived in Monterey, Oceanside, and the Temecula Valley.

Books by Sylvia Day include the Crossfire series featuring Gideon Cross and Eva Tramell, the Renegade Angels series, the Dream Guardians series, the Georgian series, the Marked series, among other Historical, Contemporary and Futuristic novels.  

Be on the lookout for Day's upcoming releases, Afterburn and Aftershock.

You can find Sylvia in the following places:

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