Saranna DeWylde is my guest today.  She brought a sassy character with her too.  Read on for some fun!

I’m sitting here with my hottie main character, Caspian from my November 2010 release How To Lose A Demon In 10 Days. He’s generously (kicking and screaming) agreed to take time out of his busy day (Right, what else does he have to do, besides be tasty?) to talk to me.

Saranna: We should start right in with the good stuff. Boxers or briefs?

Caspian: *snorts* Neither.

Saranna: Wow. Okay. What’s it like knowing that all of my readers are going to know what you look like naked?

Caspian: It’s not a problem for me. You might want to duck when you ask Grace. I think when I got my tongue stuck after that nasty peanut allergy and two mobsters and another demon couldn’t uh, disengage our parts—that was it for her.

Saranna: What inspired you to hit Michael with the demon crabs? That was artistic as far as revenge goes.

Caspian: He asked too many personal questions. I’m scowling at you now, just so you know.

Saranna: Are you threatening me, because in the next book I could always alter the trajectory of Cupid’s love gun and—

Caspian: Whoa. My bad. You’re a lot like Grace. Did do you do that on purpose?

Saranna: I’m asking the questions here. You be quiet.

Caspian: If you want me to be quiet, I can’t answer your questions. Make up your mind, woman.

Saranna: Anyway, like I was saying… the Dominatrix demon.

Caspian: No, actually you were talking about the demon crabs.

Saranna: Stop interrupting me! You know what, never mind. I’ll just see if Michael would rather do the interview. He’s got Russian mob tattoos. We’d rather look at those than your pretty black wings and sin on a stick smile anyway.

Caspian: I could have tattoos. Remember the scene with the Hessian boots and the highwayman dress up? I’m more fun than Michael.

Saranna: Usually, but you didn’t want to play and it looks like our time is up.

Caspian: Yeah, but readers can have a whole novel of me, me and more me in November. Oh and gentleman, if you’re reading, no looking at Grace in the naked parts. I’ll know.

Saranna: Thank our hostess for having us.

Caspian: Having? *laughs* Well, thank you very much, gorgeous.

Saranna: He’s so bad. I can’t take him anywhere. Lisa, thank you for having us as guests on your blog. I promise that not all of my characters are so rude. *sighs* I think I lied, but thanks again!

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