Five on Friday: Interview with Author Elsa Kurt

RECEIVE A FREE EBOOK, CRAVING_ MAYHEM (5)Elsa Kurt joins us today for a quick 5 question interview. Elsa’s story The Devil’s Own Brotherhood is featured in our Craving Loyalty anthology. Available for only 99 pennies or read free with Kindle Unlimited:


1)      What is your favorite childhood book?

So many to choose from, but the one I love most of all is The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis (and subsequently, the whole Narnia Chronicles). I can’t tell you how many times I climbed into my grandparent’s wardrobe hoping that I burst through the snow-capped trees and see the lamppost and Mr. Tumnus!

2)      Do you Google yourself?

I confess, I do. Vanity? Yes. Curiosity? Yes. Showing off to friends? Afraid so.

3)      What is the sexiest accent?

Bloody hell, I’d say an English accent. I think I literally swoon when I hear one.

4)      What is your favorite romance sub-genre to write and read?

I’m a big sap for sweet romance, both for writing and reading. I’m, by nature, a super awkward human (my protagonists often are, too) so—while they’re not off limits—steamy sex scenes are not generally my ‘thing.’

5)      What is the best compliment you’ve received about your writing?

This might sound bad, but the best compliment was when someone called me a jerk for making them cry. The greatest thing you can accomplish as a writer is to make the reader feel something deeply, so when I’ve written a scene that I’ve cried writing, I hope that the emotion conveys. When it does, it’s like winning a million dollars!

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