Welcome to Desert Island Authors. This week we're chatting to T.M. Franklin
Now you are stranded on a desert island, which of your book heroes will you bring with you & why?
Probably Tiernan from the MORE trilogy. He's big, strong, and probably has one of those big survival knives. He's also been around a while, so I'm sure he knows stuff like how to make tents out of palm leaves and distill rainwater using items from my purse.
You can only bring one book with you. What one would you stick in your suitcase?
Can I cheat and say my Kindle? No? Okay then, I'll say Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. It's also really thick so would come in handy as a weapon against any wild animals.
You can only eat one meal for the rest of your stay. What will it be?
Fresh crab and homemade bread - and creme brulee for dessert!
You can listen to one album during your stay. Which one will you choose?
The Beatles Greatest Hits.
You can only watch one movie or TV show while you're shipwrecked. What will be playing on a loop on your screen forever?
Game of Thrones - but I better get the last two seasons too! LOL!
You can bring 3 bonus items. What are they & how will they help?
Well, Tiernan has the survival knife sooo... a book that tells what plants, etc. are safe to eat, something to purify water, and my Kindle! :)
Rescue is in sight! If you could have anybody arrive to save you in their boat / helicopter / paddleboat for two who will it be?
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Now a young college student, Ava meets Caleb Foster, a brilliant and mysterious man who’s supposed to help her pass Physics, but in reality has another mission in mind. What he shows Ava challenges her view of the world, shaking it to its very core. Because Caleb isn't quite what he seems. In fact, he's not entirely human, and he's not the only one.
Together, the duo faces a threat from an ancient race bound to protect humans, but only after protecting their own secrets—secrets they fear Ava may expose. Fighting to survive, Ava soon learns she's not actually normal . . . she's not even just special.
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