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Lisabet Sarai - USA Today Interview

Raw Silk was actually my very first novel. I wrote it in a passionate rush, pouring all my personal fantasies onto the page. The book chronicles one woman’s journey to discover her sexual identity — not just an emotional journey but also a physical relocation to foreign culture where all her assumptions about herself crumble.

Lisabet Sarai - Exclusive author for The Eyes of Bast

Why did you choose a cat shifter?

I’m a huge ailurophile. (That’s a fancy word for a cat lover LOL.) Felines are so exquisite, so elegant, so intuitive—they’re almost unearthly in their beauty and grace.

Lisabet Sarai - ARe Cafe Q&A

Your hero is born a cat and becomes human. How did you come to write his story?

I’m always looking for a new twist in my tales, something to surprise the reader. In all the romance I’ve read, I’ve never encountered a shifter who started life in animal form.

Lisabet Sarai - Guys Like Romance Too post

Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol was part of my family’sholiday tradition for as far back as I could remember. Ananimated television special shown every year (with squinty eyed character Mr. Magoo playing the role of the miser Scrooge) firstintroduced me to the story. I was probably ten or eleven when Iread the original. Even at that age, I could appreciate themessages embedded in the tale: love is much more&a

Lisabet Sarai - Female First post

I'm not beautiful. Never have been. I've got a long face (a “horse face”, some would call it) and I'm so myopic I've worn coke-bottle glasses since I was seven years old. For most of my life I've been plumper than what is currently fashionable. Throughout childhood and my teen years I was awkward and socially inept, the shy, smart girl whom most guys avoided, either out of disinterest or feelings of inadequacy.

Then, when I reached my mid-twenties, I suddenly became a sex goddess.

Lisabet Sarai - Exclusive Author

The Ingredients of Bliss is a follow-up to your short story Her Secret Ingredient. Why did you choose to develop these characters further?

Honestly?  A major reason was that Totally Bound asked me to! However, I also felt that the earlier story left many issues to be explored. The word limit for short stories means that things sometimes feel unfinished.

Lisabet Sarai - Long and Short Reviews feature

Unconscious Craft

No one ever taught me how to write a novel... I didn’t think about any of this while I was writing. However, I’ve been reading novels for as long as I can remember – lots and lots of novels. I assume that I’ve unconsciously absorbed quite a lot of knowledge about the typical structure of long fiction.

Lisabet Sarai - USA Today Post

Three of my favorite vacation destinations:

• Provence, France. The Provence region offers everything I could desire in a vacation spot: dramatic and varied scenery, luscious food, incredible wine, world-famous museums, two millennia of history and the friendliest people imaginable (willing to ignore my execrable French grammar, LOL). From the medieval dwellings clinging to the hills of Les Baux to the gracious Art Deco buildings in Nice, the ancient cathedral in Avignon to the lavender fields in St. Rémy, each corner of this compact area offers something new and exciting.

Lisabet Sarai - BTSe magazine feature

BTS emagazine has featured The Ingredients of Bliss in their feature Sneak Peak section.

The Ingredients of Bliss Book Trailer

What's her Secret Box Set Trailer

Her Secret Ingredient Book Trailer

Tied to the Billionaire Anthology - Interview with Authors

Exclusive interview with all six authors from the Tied to the Billionaire Anthology.

Read all the juicy gossip from Lisabet Sarai, Cheryl Dragon, Tanith Davenport, Sam Crescent, Amy Armstrong and Willa Edwards.



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