Sunday Brunch is a weekly feature for getting to know authors who are new to us at Black Heart Reviews, by asking some quirky, fun questions.
This week we are chatting with Simone Nicole, from Down Under. She's been a lot of fun - hope you all agree! And please check out her upcoming title Destined to Fall below and enter to win an ebook copy of Ahead of the Darkness.
If people were thrown in jail for bad habits, what would be your crime?
I say fuck a lot. But I'm okay with that. LOL. Maybe it's falling asleep while the lights are on. That's annoying.
If you had a superpower, what would it be?
Telekinesis and telepathy. I want all the mind powers :)
Bonus question: What would your superhero name be?
Cinamonie, or is that my porn star name...
Chunky or Creamy?
Chunky! Wait, are we talking peanut butter or ...
Who is your favorite Disney Princess?
Ariel. I love that movie!
If you were a stalker, would you be good at it?
You are forced into karaoke, what song do you sing?
I touch myself. Haha, god no! Umm.... Blank space? Oh no maybe Fever. Thank god I can't sing, I'd never be able to pick a song.
Godzilla or King Kong?
You are an alien with your own spaceship, who do you abduct?
We come to your house for dinner, what are we eating?
Pick two celebrities to be your parents.
Helen Mirren and Billy Connolly. Could you imagine how awesome I'd be? LOL!
I make no excuses for who or what I am.
I don't hide; why should I? Don't get me wrong. I don't go around shaking people's hands, introducing myself as Vivienne the whore.
But I am.
I'm your upper-class escort; the arm candy of the filthy rich and if the price is right, I'm the stuff wet dreams are made of.
It’s just a job, but one I get paid ridiculously well for. One I excel at.
So why would I stop? It's just sex; it means nothing.
But for one man, it’s everything.
And he’s about to ruin it all.
It has been a long, long time since I’ve seen your little face, chérie. Not once did you visit. That really hurt; after all, it was thanks to you I was convicted. That’s not something you forget.
I thought it was time— a visit was due. Seeing as you wouldn’t come to me, I thought it only right I come to you. Sadly, you weren’t home, but your furry feline was more than accommodating . . .
I’ll be seeing you soon, mon chérie. I’ll always find you . . .
For six years, a letter has dictated Amelia’s future. She’s running from a past that refuses to stop, always trying to get one step ahead. Amelia is clever and resilient, and refuses to slip up.
Relying only on herself, she’ll be anything and anyone she needs to survive. But everyone slips up . . . eventually. You can’t always stay ahead of the darkness.