Author’s First Book Chat With Lily Wallis

How long did it take you to write your first book?

It ended up taking me about six months because I let it sit for weeks at a time when either life got in the way or I was at a loss for ideas. There were some days where I wondered if I would finish at all.

What inspired you to start writing?

I’ve always loved telling stories and have a big imagination but didn’t know what to do with it really. The world of self-publishing has made it possible for many authors to get their voices heard.

How many drafts did you do before you felt it was ready to publish?

Zero drafts. I just write. Though I probably should make some kind of guideline to keep characters and timelines straight and avoid having to scroll back.

How did publishing for the first time ever make you feel?

Accomplished and proud. But now comes the hard part, will people enjoy the story?

Links and Blurb

Ride or Die by Lily Wallis

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Ride or Die, the ultimate bond, the unconditional act of being there for someone, no questions asked, having someone’s back no matter if they fail or succeed. Is it possible? Is it plausible?

What if the person becomes unrecognizable, or you feel yourself die in the process? Is there an invisible fine line, and if so, where do you draw it?

Hawk is unlike anyone I’ve ever dated. For one, he’s a biker, a member of the Gates of Hell MC…but I don’t care.

The women around me know how to handle it, handle me. Brooke is different, and I think that is what draws me to her.

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