There are certainly challenges. Good communication is paramount and it's important to compromise. Sometimes you disagree on the way things should go and we've learned to present logical arguments for why things should resolve in this fashion. It helps, though, having someone who is as invested in the project as you are because you don't feel like you're alone in your work. It's cool having another mind for brainstorming and it keeps you accountable in terms of work, because your partner can't move on until you complete your portion. It's different than writing alone, and you have less control, but ultimately, it was an experience not to be missed.
2. What weapon is the choice one to kill the destroyers or bad guys??
In the first two books, guns play a big role. By the last book, people have adapted more to the Change, and can actually use magic to kill. Which is chilling, I think. Well, I have chills, anyway.
3. I saw that you like BSG. Humans or Cylons ?? Who is your favorite character from the series ??
Humans, definitely. I found the Cylons scary; they were certainly compelling villains! My favorite character? That's an easy one. It has to be Helo. He's so steadfast and loyal. I mean, he fell in love with Boomer, not knowing she was a Cylon, and when he found out? It didn't change his feelings. She was still the person he loved, even if she wasn't human. I find that irresistible. When I think of Helo, I hear I'LL STAND BY YOU by the Pretenders in my head, and then I get all emotional.
We are big BSG fans of the show. It was such a great show and I loved Lee and his relationship with his dad. I also loved Kara too. The cylons were also awesome too . I also had a soft spot for the president.
4. What makes this world different from other books out there ??
There aren't many paranormal apocalyptic romances. In fact, I can only think of one other author who's dipped a toe into these waters, so our project is certainly fresh. The other aspect of why our books are different is that we've devised a magical apocalypse instead of technology or bio-weapons or pollution or the atomic bomb. Finally, people should buy Nightfall if they're looking for a different sort of romance. It's dark, gritty, and intense with lots of action and elements of horror and fantasy in addition to the relationships, smoking hot sex, and emotional resonance.
5. I see that you like strong female characters , Does it make it easier or harder to write them ??
I would find it impossible to write a woman who cringes, who doesn't get back up and dust herself off after she's been kicked in the teeth, figuratively or literally. So for me, strong women aren't hard. They're all I know. My female friends are like this; they're fierce, tough, brave, wonderfully resilient, and while they may have down moments, they don't stay there.