Aubreé Pynn is a writing demon. She pumps out books that capture readers with dynamic characters and plots that make one flip page after page. She already has readers loving main characters Indigo and Taj in her latest book, Indigo Haze. Check out the blurb.
Indigo Sims is fighting to break the curse of his environment and not be a product of the streets. Every time he pulls away, something goes array and sucks him back in. A natural-born leader and peacemaker, he gives himself two months to be free from the streets while saving every dollar he can to fulfill the promise he made to himself.
Taj Ali Adams has a bright future ahead of her and an undeniable light that everyone around her wants to protect, especially her older brother. With tragedy lingering around her, the light that shined so bright goes dim.
Taj is forced to adjust to a whole new world after her father packs them up and moves unexpectedly. In a haze, Taj questions everything. Then fate steps in and guides two souls to each other. But the question is, will fate play fair and bring back Taj’s light to be a guide or will it diminish forever?
Aubreé Pynn enjoys shining light on the layers of love, family and overall life through her characters. Flowing through her words is an abundance of love and joy she hope readers will also feel. She began writing at the tender age of ten, all the while keeping it her best-kept secret until she was sixteen and began to write plays for her church and drama department. She sharpened her craft during her studies at South Carolina State University and settled into her writing niche. Writing romance renews her hope in love. She hopes it does the same for her readers.
I had the chance to interview Aubreé about her writing process and how she values it in her life.
Does writing energize or exhaust you?
It energizes me every time I get to the keys. Writing has always be been my escape. Whenever I have a chance to pour my emotions and self on a page, I take it.
What was the best money you ever spent as a writer?
It is toss-up between my MacBook and marketing. Scared money don’t make money!
How long on average does it take you to write a book?
Anywhere from 7-14 days. Never underestimate the power in discipline and an accountability partner that’s going to hold your feet to the fire and make sure you keep up with your world count.
Do you Google yourself?
I haven’t and I will not!
Does your family support your career as a writer?
They do! It’s so amazing to have a support system that supports my creative process.
Author Blog: https://Aubreepynnwrites.wordpress.com