10 Questions With K.R. Thompson

Welcome Leighgendaries to the twenty eighth edition of 10 Questions With…

Today, our guest is:

Pan - Author Photo

K.R. Thompson

K.R. Thompson writes paranormal stories with a bite and fairytales with a twist. An avid reader and firm believer in the magic of books, she spends her nights either reading an adventure or writing one.

She still watches for evidence of Bigfoot in the mud of Wolf Creek.

Its time for:

10 Questions With K.R. Thompson

1.) What is something that many people might not know about you?

I am addicted to chocolate and books. (Precisely in that order).

2.) What inspired you to write your first book?

I’ve always had a great love of books. It began when I was little, carting around a stack of Nancy Drew mysteries. The thought of actually writing one myself didn’t hit me until later on, when I read a novel by Mary Higgins Clark that had an interview in the back for aspiring authors. That’s what first gave me the idea that I could write my own story, though I didn’t actually start for another year or two afterward.

3.) Who is your favorite author and what is it that really strikes you about their work?

My all-time favorite author is Diana Gabaldon. I actually got the chance to listen to her speak once, which was amazing. What strikes me most about her work are the details to her books. Her characters are so well fleshed out, you feel as if you’d know them if you met them on the street. It takes a special kind of author who can breathe life into her stories.

4.) If you could have dinner with any author, dead or alive, who would it be and why?

That’s a hard one! I think I would choose Mark Twain. I think dinner with him would be the most interesting meal one could have in a lifetime.

5.) What book are you reading now?

I have just started the Kingdom Series by Marie Hall.

6.) Are there any new authors that have captured your interest?

As an indie author, I’m constantly meeting new authors. There are several that have piqued my interest. The latest ones being Dzintra Sullivan and P.A. Crust.

7.) If you had to do it all over again, would you change anything in any of your books?

Hmm. Not really. I think they are as they should be for the most part.

8.) Can you share a little of your current work with us?

Sure! I am currently working on the third book in my Untold Stories of Neverland series, which should be out in the next few months. It is titled “Nerida” and is my own twist to the classic tale of the Little Mermaid.

9.) If you were to get rid of one state in the US, which would it be and why?

The state of “Confusion and Despair” that comes from writer’s block, though I’ve heard it isn’t exclusive to the US. 😉

10.) A penguin walks through that door right now wearing a sombrero. What does he say and why is he here?

“Smile and wave, boys. Smile and wave.”He’s filming the fourth Madagascar movie in Mexico.

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GIVEAWAY: K.R. Thompson is going to giveaway a signed copy of her story Pan.  All you have to do is answer the following question in the comments:

What is your favorite villain and why?  They can be from books, movies, comics, or tv.

This giveaway will run until Friday morning, September 11, 2015 at 8:00 am (est).  This giveaway is open to anyone on the planet earth.  Good luck.

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I would like to thank K.R. Thompson for joining us today for this edition of 10 Questions With…  I hope you enjoyed learning about her as much as I did.

If you would like to learn more about Thompson or her books you can head over to her website.  While you are there don’t forget to sign up for her newsletter.

You can also follow her on Facebook and Twitter.

Please head on over to Amazon and look at Thompson’s different stories.  She has some good ones.  I recommend Pan:

51IqY6AqjPL._SX311_BO1,204,203,200_Neverland has always been their sanctuary—until now.

Magic is dying in Neverland–and so are the pixies. Only one is brave enough to search the human world for someone to believe. Tink finds a desolate boy flying in the night, peering in windows, searching for the life he once knew. But can she convince him to abandon his quest and save Neverland?

Discover the untold story of the boy destined to become Peter Pan.

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16 thoughts on “10 Questions With K.R. Thompson

  1. My favorite villain is Randall Flagg, a character that has played a role in several Stephen King stories, notably The Stand, The Eyes of the Dragon, and The Dark Tower series. He is the epitome of cunning and evil, a true manifestation of darkness. But he’s not invulnerable.

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  2. My favorite villain would have to be Loki, how could you not enjoy a trickster god? Loki has always been interesting to me but my love of him became even more clear when Marvel Studios cast Tom Hiddleston as him for the Avengers and Thor movies. Tom plays Loki in such a way that you can’t hate him as a villain!

    Also Pan sounds super interesting!

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