Promo Post: The Bad Boy’s Girl by Blair Holden

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Book info:
Title:  The Bad Boy’s Girl

Genre: YA Romance
Release Date: February 21st, 2017


Tessa O’Connell is a girl as ordinary as they come-or so she thinks. Her aim
for senior year is to keep her head down yet somehow manage to convince her
childhood love Jay Stone to love her back. What she isn’t prepared for is for
Jay’s brother, Cole to return to town and change the life she’s always been
seemingly content to live. Tall, gorgeous as all hell and a bad boy with ocean
blue eyes and the perfect edge of adorability, he was her greatest tormentor,
her number one enemy.But the guy that’s come back is like no one Tessa’s ever
come across. He challenges her, he tests her limits, he forces her to bring out
the girl she’s long ago buried under a veil of mediocrity and most of all he
compels her to consider that perhaps the boy that infuriates her to the point
of no return might just her guardian angel.

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Author Interview:

1.     What does your writing
process look like?  Do you know the whole
story when you start?  Or do you just
start writing and go with it (seat of the pants writing)?  If you plan it out, how do you do that?  Outline, note cards, post-it notes, etc.?

When I started out writing
at the age of eighteen much of what I wrote could be considered seat of the
pants writing because back then writing was very much an outlet for me to get
my feelings out. I wrote what I felt and other considerations came later, the
entire process was very haphazard. Of course later on I realised that great
stories need structure and planning and a lot of hard work so currently my
writing process involves lots and lots of drafts. I still do the seat of the
pants writing but anything that produces is subject to a lot of revisions and
2.  How do you come up with your ideas for your
A lot of my ideas come to
me when I
m least expecting them to.
I find that when you overthink a plot or try to force yourself to write
something, the work reflects it. Ideas that come when you
re listening to good music or reading something
that inspires you are the ones to hold on to and that
s what I do. I surround myself with books that
make me want to tell stories of my own and and with artists whose music helps
me tell those stories and that
s how I get the best ideas.
3.  How long have you been writing?
Creative writing has been
one of my greatest passions since as far back as I can remember and the class
definitely made school fun. But I really got into spending time constructing my
stories, working on them and completing full novels when I was eighteen so it
s been around six years.
4.  What tips do you have for aspiring writers?
My top tip would be to
always take constructive criticism and feedback when you can. It
s something thats helped my immensely in my writing so even though initially it
can be quite scary to let someone piece apart your work but working with that
kind of input really helps make your work the best possible version of itself.

5.  Favorites:
Books/authors/genres: Ive always been a Potterhead so Harry Potter
always tops any list but I love YA novels and the joy they bring readers. I
ve fallen in love with the works of Rainbow
Rowell, Stephanie Perkins and Meg Cabot.

Movies/TV Shows: Gilmore
Girls is one of my life
s biggest passions and Jess Mariano definitely inspired some parts
of Cole. I
m also addicted to reruns
of Gossip Girl and One Tree Hill! I don
t have a particular favourite film but for some reason I could watch
The Parent Trap countless times.

Music: I grew up in a
household that was obsessed with 90
s music and thats still very much my thing. I would take some Backstreet Boys over
Justin Bieber any day!

Food/Writing Snack: Chocolate, lots of
chocolate especially if it
s KitKats or contains Nutella!

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About the Author

BLAIR HOLDEN (@jessgirl93 on Wattpad) is a twenty-three-year-old
college student by day and Wattpad author by night. Her hobbies include and are
limited to obsessively scouring Goodreads and reading romance novels, with a
preference for all things new adult. Her own work usually contains lots of
romance, humor, angst, and brooding bad-boy heroes. Caffeine and late-night
Gilmore Girls marathons help her find a balance between completing her degree
and writing. She writes for herself and also to make readers swoon, laugh, and
occasionally cry. Her book, THE BAD BOY’S GIRL, has amassed over 170 million
reads, which absolutely baffles her. Her dream is to see her readers holding a
published copy of her books and remembering how far they’ve come together!
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