Kathy: What book do you recommend everyone should read? Do you have a comfort read?
Sid: I recommend everyone should read what they personally like; something that gives them peace of mind. For me, reading is a stress buster activity. Then, let it be anything – from Romance to Sci-fi I can read it all! But Romance is close to my heart 🙂
Kathy: What is your guilty pleasure?
Sid: Ha! That’d be involving my main characters into some angsty love drama. I know I shouldn’t enjoy it that much but it’s always amazing to see them standing upright through the storm and still finding their way back to the end of the tunnel where there is a ray of light waiting for them!
Kathy: Favorite meal?
Sid: I lurve burgers and pizzas! There is not a single week that I miss having it as my meal 😀
Kathy: If you weren’t a writer, what would you be?
Sid: What I am right now – A financial analyst 🙂
Kathy: If you could time travel, what time period would you visit?
Sid: Hmm… I guess I would prefer going into the future rather than the past. Maybe 2040 when I’d be almost touching 50s only to see how many wrinkles I get by then!
Kathy: Thank you again for stopping by and congratulations on the new release!
Title: Holding on to Hope by Sid Love
Cover Artist: Paul Richmond
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal, Romance
Length: 68 pages
Bradley Parker has waited twenty years for Mr. Right, and on Valentine’s Day, he finally finds him. It’s love at first sight, and Brad even loses his virginity to the man of his dreams. But when he wakes up the next morning unable to remember anything—even what the man looked like—his best friend, Leslie, is convinced he imagined the whole thing. Brad knows he didn’t make up the best night of his life, but he has no idea of the danger he’s putting himself in as he struggles to recall the details of his perfect man. His search may lead him to parts of New York City he never dreamed existed and a war being waged in the shadows.
Sid Love grew up in one of busiest cities in the world, Mumbai, listening to the excerpts of Indian epics from his father every night. While it served as an inspiration back in time, he has always had an ambitious mind. In 2007, when he had just turned sixteen, he decided that he would make his lifelong dream come true—to become a well-known, respected author some day.
Ask him and he would refuse to accept that he is obsessed with books. Or movies. Or TV shows. Addicted may even be the right word. He is a die-hard fan of Jane Austen’s romance novels and loves to reread them time and again.
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