Author Spotlight: Breezy Jones

This Week’s Author: Breezy Jones

Book Spotlight:

Winter's Rise (The Winter Series Book 1) by [Breezy Jones, Syneca Featherstone, Shantella Bnson]

Christmas is for losers…
It’s bad enough Nina Winters is failing epically at being a werewolf – throw in corny songs, hot cocoa, and snow angels, and she’s on the brink of insanity.
The last thing Nina needs is self-proclaimed ‘Christmas Miracle’ Ryker to show up and tangle her tinsel.
Between pack dynamics, Genies, and Christmas Fae, Nina and Ryker have to fight for their lives and their burning attraction for each other.

Once Upon Academy: Anthology (Once Upon Academy Anthology Book 1) by [Breezy Jones, Elle Klass, Emma Fontaine, Kerry Evelyn, Kim Plasket, Valerie Willis, Marie Long, Stephanie Harrell, Toni Peden, Valerie Puri]

Welcome to Once Upon Academy where Magic is real and Princesses really do have happily ever afters.

Once Upon a time, in the realm of Fairytales there is a little known school only the best are accepted to attend. The Academy is deep inside the fantasy forest hidden in plain sight. When those who have not been invited in, they see a normal school, brick and mortar but when the acceptance letter is received it becomes the beautiful estate for those to continue their college education in the magical world.

Join the descendants of classic fairytale characters as they navigate through their college lives at the prestigious Once Upon Academy.

About the Author:

Breezy Jones

Breezy lives in a small town in Florida with her husband, daughter, son and three furbabies, as a SAHM. If you ask what first got her into writing, she’ll tell you it was over the ending of Divergent. She remembers laughing at the first person to suggest that she could write a book, but chose to give it a shot.

When she’s not writing Breezy splits her time among her many hobbies; reading, repainting dolls, makeup and graphic design, just to name a few. These things don’t come without a cost; coffee and wine. While writing hasn’t always been her goal, she has fallen in love with building a world from nothing and watching it flourish.

Interview With Breezy Jones:

Tell us about the books you’ve published so far. Can you tell us about some of your upcoming novels? 

So I have my main series The Winter Series. Book one Winter’s Rise is about a girl who has recently found out she’s a werewolf and is learning how to handle that with her new pack alpha Ryker to help guide her. But when shifters start disappearing Nina gets caught in the middle and must learn to embrace who she is to save the day. Upcoming I have vol. 2 of that series will be out for LLS exclusively first in July. And also I have vol 2 of Once Upon Academy coming out in December. Besides that, I’m a part of a handful of other really awesome box sets starting with a Christmas set with the first one in the series which has my year one story from OUA!

What was the moment you knew you wanted to be an author

I guess after I wrote Winters Rise the first time and figured out I hated it but then knew what I wanted to do with it and rewrote it. That’s when I decided I actually wanted to publish.

What are some things you do to overcome doubts about your writing? 

I don’t per se doubt my actual writing. I feel like I have good story ideas and do a good job getting them on paper. What I doubt is the editing. If I don’t feel as though the story got the edits it needs I’ll doubt the overall book. That’s when I worry. So I usually end up passing the story through multiple people and editors to really flush it out so I feel confident with the end result. Two sets of eyes are better than one.  Editing is what makes your story from good to great so I always worry about making sure it gets from that point to the next.

Have any actual life experiences reflected in your writing? 

I think we all weed a bit of ourselves and our life experiences into our stories. Though with the ones I have out at the moment, there not any particular situation I’ve experienced but rather details from multiple experiences woven throughout.

Who was your easiest character to write about and why? What was your hardest and why? 

Raven from Malefic Mixology was my easiest because she’s very much like me. She’s bubbly and bright. Very girly. Loves all things pink and glitter. A cheerleader at her core. I tend to have at least one character like this in all my stories because it’s hard not to weave yourself into your books.

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