The Calling of the Trinity by Brittany Elise / #Interview #BlogTour @rararesources @BrittanyElise23



The fate of the supernatural world lies in the hands of the Trinity. Now that their powers have awakened, they’re one step closer to putting an end to the Darkness surrounding them. Or so they thought…

The death of Wren’s father brings an unsolicited visit from the Alpha Master of the Thornwood werewolf pack, and with it some troublesome news. Wren is faced with a decision that could mean the end of his life if he doesn’t choose wisely.

A mysterious book hidden in a secret room just might have the answers the Trinity is searching for. Perhaps with a little help from the past, a winged guardian, and new friends–the Trinity can persevere and rise against the Darkness.




Did or do you like to read comic books/grapic novels? Which ones?

I haven’t really gotten into reading comic books or graphic novels, but a good friend of mine introduced me to an App called WebToon which is close to comic-strip style stories. I’m a huge fan of the artwork some of the artists put out there. SubZero, Let’s Play, Siren’s Lament, and Lore Olympus are some of my favourites. Phase is growing on me too.   

Whom did you inherit your love for books/reading from?

My mother and my grandmother both introduced me to reading at a young age and told me stories. I’ve never gone a day without using my imagination.

When you need a murder victim or someone you can diagnose with a serious disease or someone who is involved in a fatal accident do you sometimes picture someone nasty you have met in real life and think ‘got you’ LOL?

Haha, while this is a good question, I can’t say that I’ve really ever wished that kind of ill-intent on anyone I’ve met or know. But maybe just maybe there are a couple of people I wouldn’t mind having a bit of fun with.

How do you come up with the names for your characters?

Most of the main characters have some Irish/Welsh origin. I like to pick names that have meaning so the characters have little hidden pieces of who they are based on what their names mean. Supporting characters don’t usually have as in depth a meaning behind their name choices.

Do write other things beside books (and shoppinglists 😉 )?

I write a lot of poetry, actually. I’m not sure traditional poets would call what I write ‘poetry’ but they’re often darker, cryptic pieces that come from within. It’s nice not to have to spell everything out and let people take away what they choose. No rules sort of thing.

If your movie or series would be made from your books, would you be happy with the ‘based on’ version or would you rather like they showed it exactly the way you created it? I think

I would be just so ecstatic that my work even made it to the ‘Big Screen’. Of course I would hope whoever was directing would honor my script, but I understand that everyone has different creative ideas. The whole thing is a dream, really.

Who would you like/have liked to interview?

Edgar Allan Poe, fo’sho. Haha. There’s a ton of people on my list that I would love to have an opportunity to sit and talk with. I take away inspiration from so many diverse writers.

Do you have certain people you contact while doing research to pick their brains? What are they specialized in?

Not always, but it depends on what I’m writing. Research is always a must, so it just depends on who I can learn something from.

Is there someone you sometimes discuss a dilemma with?

There are about three people I go to regularly when I come to a crossroad and need help working myself through it. They allow me to talk through my issues and often provide a different, helpful perspective I otherwise wouldn’t see if I hadn’t gone to them.

What is more important to you : a rating in stars with no comments or a reviewer who explains what the comments they give are based on (without spoilers of course)

I always want to know what people think. Even if someone hates the book and explains why – they’re entitled to their opinion. When you put art out there in any form, you know going into it that you’re not going to be everyone’s cup of tea. I find it’s best to keep that in mind when people are reviewing books.

Thank you, Brittany Elise and RachelsRandomResources.


About the author

Brittany graduated from college with a degree in photography, and later became on obedience instructor. During the day, Brittany manages an FBO at a local hometown airport in Ohio and services aircraft. Writing has always been her greatest passion. She enjoys the outdoors and exploring new places in an endless quest to keep that artistic inspiration burning. 


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