Friday, December 10, 2010

Guest Author: S.P. Wish

Roses of Doom by S.P. Wish
When horror roses are left behind. 
 A school camping trip leads quirky middle schooler Mizu, her twin brother Kaji, her friend Akumu and school newspaper reporter Seiya to a mysterious mansion in Greenfire Forest. In the mansion, Mizu's friend is swallowed up by a hole that opens up and closes instantly! Many other unexplained happenings follow until Mizu discovers an old newspaper with information about a centuries old intrigue which has remained hidden till now..........
The book is available for free on
The book trailer (made by us)

From S.P. Wish

Hello everyone. We are S.P. Wish, the authors of Roses of Doom. There are two of us (we are twins). ‘Roses of Doom’ is our first book. It is a horror/thriller/children’s book. We will be answering a few general questions here. These are common questions that are asked during author interviews.

This is P. Wish, S. Wish looks the same ;)

Why did you write the book?
Paranormal things have always fascinated us. It is something out of the ordinary, out of the boredom of real life so it is easy to lose ourselves in a world full of suspense and excitement. We always wanted to write something with supernatural elements.  The idea of Roses of Doom came to us randomly. While writing it, we felt that it was turning out to be quite good so we finished it.
Who are your favorite writers?
Barbara Cartland, R.L. Stine and Judith McNaught. They are the masters of their genre and all their novels are not just pages with words, but invoke feelings in the readers. We read many other authors too, but these would be our all time favorites.
What are your current projects?
We are currently working on a high-school comedy series (it is much the opposite of Roses of Doom!). So far it has progressed well.
What is the hardest part of writing?
Finishing the book. It is very easy to start writing a book but finishing it takes real effort.
What would you like to tell aspiring writers?
Believe in yourself and do your best. If you want to become a writer and are sure of it, settle for nothing else. Because writing is what will give you true happiness. If you are interested in any other field, please pursue it with passion too.
What makes a book ‘good’?
Different authors will have different answers for this question because it is a really interesting question. We feel that a book which can make readers ‘feel’ (happiness, sadness, love etc.) is very good. That is because readers can make an emotional connection with these books and will be able to remember them forever.
Would you like to add anything else?
Thank you for having us Jenai. We are really honored. And thank you to everyone who is reading this post for giving it your time and energy.


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