When did you start writing?
What was your path to publication?
Who was your biggest influence when you were starting out?
What was your favourite piece of writing advice?
If you could send one Tweet back in time to your younger self, what would you say? And would you listen?
What’s the logline for your book?
Do you take part in a writing circle, either online or in real life?
Zoe Ambler hails from Enterprise, Alabama. She’s 44 years old and broke through into writing by way of role-play gaming, which she still loves to this day.
She has traveled the world, being a ‘military brat’, but always finds her way back home. Her hobbies include sketching, playing violin (badly), collecting oddities and office supplies. Zoe is often found spoiling her fat cat and obsessing over coffee and the coming zombie apocalypse.
On an innocent outing, Addison falls prey to a supernatural predator. A vampire. He attacks and turns her, then leaves her to lost and alone with this new hunger for blood. However, unlike most, she embraces this new ‘life’. She finds delight in it. A darkness grows within her.
Like any young vampire left to fend for themselves, she stumbles in her new existence. She meets others here and there, and the world of the paranormal opens up to her.
Due in part to her thrill of bloodlust, she becomes fascinated with war. Soon she is moving from country to country, war to war. Man’s evolution and technology in the art of warfare intrigues her.
Through her time and adventures, she has fleeting bits of both happiness and sorrow. The darkness within her will only allow her so much happiness.
Her link with all things Voodoo brings her into the servitude of the Baron Semedi, demi-god of the Underworld. A deal gone bad. It only serves to deepen that darkness.
iTunes ; https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/the-road-of-darkness/id951365595?mt=11
Barnes & Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-road-of-darkness-ambler-zoe/1120913816?ean=9780990870500
Googleplay : https://play.google.com/store/books/details/The_Road_of_Darkness?id=58ziBQAAQBAJ&hl=en
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ME! In the Spotlight hot-seat!!! 😀 Thank you so much Damian!!! ❤
Thank you so much for having me!! 😀
My pleasure Zoe! Look what you started!
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Heh, I also have the habit with ‘separate.’
I bet I’m not the only person who has to say “Sep AR ATE” every time I type it…. I sound like a Dalek.
And that too.
The word (and its spelling) comes from Latin, past participle, sēparāre, meaning ‘apart.’ So se-part may help too.