Today I am pleased to have Amy McNulty with us for a gif interview! In case you are new to the site, a gif interview is where the author is only allowed to answer my questions using gifs. I hope you enjoy it!
Hi Amy, thanks so much for being here for a gif interview! How are you doing today?
Could you tell us (show us) a bit about Nobody’s Goddess? What’s it about?
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Why fantasy and not any other genre?
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How did you feel when you first published your novel?
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What’s more important to you: plot, world-building or characters?
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What do you usually do on your free time?
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Do you have any writing rituals?
Harry Potter or Narnia?
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Pumpkin Spice everything or nothing at all?
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Have you ever been interviewed this way before? Did you have fun?
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Is there anything you would like to tell us?
About Amy McNulty:
Amy McNulty is a freelance writer and editor from Wisconsin with an honors degree in English. She was first published in a national scholarly journal (The Concord Review) while in high school and currently spends her days alternatively writing on business and anime topics and crafting stories with dastardly villains and antiheroes set in fantastical medieval settings.
About the Book:
In a village of masked men, magic compels each man to love only one woman and to follow the commands of his “goddess” without question. A woman may reject the only man who will love her if she pleases, but she will be alone forever. And a man must stay masked until his goddess returns his love—and if she can’t or won’t, he remains masked forever.
Seventeen-year-old Noll isn’t in the mood to celebrate. Her childhood friends have paired off and her closest companion, Jurij, found his goddess in Noll’s own sister. Desperate to find a way to break this ancient spell, Noll instead discovers why no man has ever chosen her.
Thus begins a dangerous game between the choice of woman versus the magic of man. And the stakes are no less than freedom and happiness, life and death—and neither is willing to lose.
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