For the holiday season, we at Lakewater Press thought it would be a good time to share who we are with a little holiday blog hop.
Between December 1 and the 24th we’ll share holiday interviews with our authors and the Lakewater Press staff. It’s an excellent opportunity for us to get to know each other a little better, and to give our readers a peek behind the scenes–or pages!
Perhaps you’ll even find a new blog to follow, or your next favorite book!
(Be sure to read all the way to the bottom for our holiday giveaway!!)
Name and LWP affiliation: Emma Wicker. A/NA acquisitions and creative director.
Your blog (url): www.elwicker.com
Where do you live? On the US Star Ship Voyager.
What are your chances of having snow on Christmas Day? Slim, but not impossible.
Do you have any favorite holiday traditions? Yes! I love eating pigs in blankets on Christmas morning for breakfast.
Egg nog: Yes or No? I’ve never tried it! It’s not really a ‘thing’ here in Britain on the US Star Ship Voyager.
Are you an artistic gift wrapper or a basic “paper & tape” warrior? I try to be artistic, I really do. So… I would say I’m a failed artistic gift wrapper. The replicator does a great job, though.
Do you have any special holiday memories that include books? Are there any specific titles you remember?
I once got The Complete Works of Hans Christian Anderson for Christmas from my Aunt. That was cool. Might try a holo-novel this year.
What is your earliest book-related memory? Probably when I threw a tantrum because Bilbo wasn’t the main character in Lord of the Rings. I refused to read on when I discovered that. Stubborn.
Do you write/work during the holidays? Of course!
Can you share what you’re working on now? I don’t know. Do you have level 10 clearance?
What are your goals for 2018? I want to find a stunning romance for Lakewater Press. Something like Mia Sheridan – you know, grips your heart from start to finish and makes you ugly cry but cheer with happiness too. That’s a big goal of mine.
Links to all the Lakewater Press participating blogs: