Today we are meeting Madeline Antonia Rosenberg, who is a new adult contemporary romance author. She enjoys drinking overpriced flavored coffee, reading contemporary romance novels (duh), and writing and watching endless amounts of TV. (Don't judge!)
I am definitely looking forward to this interview, with a girl who is after my own heart! Let's get to it.
How are you?
I’m great thank you!
What is the current book you are promoting?
Hot Mess is a contemporary new adult romance. It is the first novel in the Tragic Love Series. It is an addicting read that you will not want to put down! It follows young adults through their journey of heartbreak and finding themselves.
Who is your favorite character in your book and why?
That’s a tough question, because I definitely love different aspects of all my characters. My favorite would have to be Anna – I based her off of myself so I definitely relate to her most. She seems a bir cliché at first, but she is forced to grow up towards the end of the story.
Ha, I totally understand loving all your characters! If your book were made into a movie, who would you cast?
This would be my dream come true! I would love for Emma Roberts to play Anna- she is an amazing actress and I believe she would be perfect for the role. Trevor would be played by Jesse McCartney- I have been a huge fan of him since he was in Dreamstreet and on Summerland. I believe he would play the perfect brooding character. Tanya Rosen would be played by Julianne Hough- she has the looks and acting skills to play the cliché popular girl who is secretly insecure. Benji Shaw would be played by Colton Haynes. I think that he would play the part perfectly- a playboy with a vulnerable side.
Jaden Shaw would be played by Ashley Benson. She has been on the hit show, Pretty Little Liars, for years which is the same genre as Hot Mess. I think that she would play the part of a wild teenager at boarding school perfectly.
Wow, you have really put some serious thought into this! Someone, get this in front of Hollywood! How do you write your books?
I write on my computer, phone and sometimes pen and paper (last resort)
I love finding multi-tasking writers like myself! We are so few and far between! What is one great lesson you have learned as a writer?
Bad reviews are actually a good thing, because your book is not going to be for everyone. It's important to have diversity in your reviews, if you have only positive reviews people will think they are fake.
Thanks for joining us today Madeline. It was a delight! Do you want to learn more about Madeline?