How did you get started writing?
I started writing to escape the real world because I found it a bit boring.
What genre(s) do you write in and why?
I like writing Paranormal/Fantasy. I like writing these types of novels because I have a bit more freedom to create what I want.
What inspired your latest book?
I was inspired by a break up and I hope the readers can feel the pain I felt through my words.
What is your favorite part of writing?
I love writing love stories. I think because I hope that true love will find me some day.
What is your least favorite part of writing?
I really hate editing. I know it improves the story but it gets tiresome after a while.
What is your next project and when will it be released?
The Tide Breaker and it was released on September 28 2012.
What is your typical day like?
Life for me is quite boring at the moment. I get up, go to school, go to the gym, do some homework and afterwards go to bed.
The Tide Breaker by Sonya Watson
Blurb: Once upon a time, there was a sixteen year-old girl that lost both her parents under unusual circumstances. Abrianna was lonely and found some comfort in the arms of her boyfriend, Michael. Life turned grim when she realizes that a man, who was once the enforcer of fate, wanted her to die. The disgraced enforcer had taken great steps to ensure Abrianna’s death and planned to do this by enlisting the help of humans and creatures without their knowledge. Evil had washed over the land the humans named Dainesville. Abrianna had the power to heal the land and when she did she would return prosperity to the lives of the townspeople. When the time came for Abrianna to stand alongside her half-brother, Stephen, to fight the coming evil she did so without hesitation. Life ended. Darkness fell. Love faded. The End?
Author Bio: Sonya was born in Mandeville, Manchester, Jamaica but moved to Canada eleven years ago. She discovered writing when she was eleven. However, was unable to pursue it since she lived in a country where writing was impractical. She rediscovered the art during third year at York University. Kinesiology, the program she was enrolled in, was no longer simulating and found herself questioning her purpose in life. This led her to poetry and poetry led her to writing novels.