Monday, March 30, 2015

Book Tour: The Daring Assignment by Victoria Bright (Excerpt + Interview + Giveaway)



Title: The Daring Assignment
Author: Victoria Bright
Publication Date: 
March 17, 2015

Series: 
A Curvy Assignments Novel
Publisher: 
BookTrope
Synopsis: 
I didn’t mean to hurt anyone, especially him…
I was living the dream. I had a great career as a romance author, a successful boyfriend, and am the daughter to a New York power couple. With my standing, my family groomed me to be perfect. Despite having it all, something was still missing.
In an attempt to break away from my privileged, suffocating life, I was in pursuit of finding my own path to happiness. After my literary agent gave me a risky writing assignment, I set out to write a best-seller that took me completely out of my comfort zone and into the arms of another man. He was only supposed to be a research toy, falling in love wasn’t a part of the plan. As I become tangled into a huge web of lies, I quickly find out that I have a life changing decision to make. Do I choose to continue living a life of comfort, stability, and misery or do I take a chance on the unknown to preserve my happiness?

Interview with Victoria Bright:



1.What made you decide to write?

I actually started writing in the 8th grade. I tend to get bored really quickly, so at first, I would sneak my library book inside of my textbook to read instead of paying attention. After I became tired of getting detention, I adapted something that would look as if I was doing my work. So I started writing short stories and it bloomed from there. It was a source of therapy and helped to calm my racing mind.

2.Why did you decide to include a romance author in your character list for The Daring Assignment?

The Daring Assignment came about when a friend pretty much aggravated me about “trying my hand” at erotica. Because I used to solely write romance (and because I’m a bit prude), it was a major adjustment for me, and pretty tough to write. I figured that the only way to write it was to write it in a way that I could relate to, so I made the character in my image personality/career-wise.

3.Why do you like to write?

It makes me happy and helps me escape my own reality. I’d rather dive into the lives of my fictional characters than live in the present and dwell on all the damage my Lupus is doing to my body, you know?



4.What inspires your writing?

Everyday experiences, my friends, random things on tv or the Internet, and sometimes my mood. It’s constantly changing, so it’s hard to pinpoint one or two things.

5.What's your favorite genre?

I love YA and romance indefinitely!
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EXCERPT from The Daring Assignment by Victoria Bright
{Insert excerpt of choice provided in the Tour materials email}

Author Bio:
Victoria Bright is from a small town in North Carolina and currently resides in Greenville, South Carolina. She has been writing since she was in the eighth grade, starting with small short stories. As her classmates began showing interest in her work, she began to write longer stories, filling multiple spiral notebooks with her thoughts. During her freshman year in high school, her English teacher encouraged her to enter a writing contest in which
she won local, region and state levels. She has entered many writing contests since and have won a few. Figuring out she had a passion to share stories with anyone who would listen, she set out to write her first book Love Unbroken.
Victoria is very versatile in the genre of books she likes to read. Her bookchoice mostly varies on her mood, but she is particularly interested in crime stories, romance, teen fiction, sci-fi, and is now venturing a little in paranormal fiction. As for her own writing, she doesn't really put it into a category or genre. She just writes whatever is on her mind and lets it create itself!
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This tour was organized by Good Tales Book Tours. 





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