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Q&A with Dania Voss, On the Ropes


What’s your favorite drink and why?
Diet Dr. Pepper is my all-time favorite. It always has been, I just love the taste.

What’s on your bucket list?
So many things, but the first on my list for the longest time has been a trip to Egypt. I’d also like to cruise the Greek Islands and visit Spain and Morocco.
If you had to eat the same meal every day, what would it be?
Maybe it’s an Italian thing or a Chicago thing…but I never tire of stuffed pizza – not to be confused with deep dish or pan pizza.

In your spare time—if you have any!—what’s the thing you do that makes you feel the most you?
Easy to answer but not that easy to find time for. Bubble baths and trips to the spa. Mud wraps are my favorite spa treatment. Followed by a full body scrub and massage.

Are you an extrovert or introvert?
Most definitely an introvert. I’m shy around people I don’t know well. I tend to be quite extroverty in my writing though.

If money were no object, what’s the first thing you’d buy just for yourself?
I’d love a villa in Tuscany. My country of origin sometimes calls to me.

What’s the best thing you’ve ever done?
I’m quite proud of earning my BS in Computer Science (with honors) as an adult attending night school while working a full time job. A 3-week dream honeymoon in Italy and Greece is another amazing thing I’ve done.

Tell us about your debut release On the Ropes.
I was beyond thrilled when Evernight Publishing accepted my manuscript 11 days after submission!  On the Ropes is about star pitcher Luke Stryker of the Chicago Cobras. He’s given himself the weekend of his best friend’s wedding to win back the love of his life, Abbey, who he hasn’t seen in 10 years after a traumatic break-up. Abbey is not receptive the idea of reconciling but Luke’s not taking no for an answer.

What’s next on your writing list?
Heath and Leah’s story are coming next. You’ll meet them in On the Ropes. Heath’s an injured Marine veteran, hurt in Afghanistan and Leah is his neighbor who’s loved him all of her life. He’s hesitant but she’s determined.

What is your go-to form of procrastination?
Right now it’s the internet. I have a love/hate relationship with it at the moment. Necessary, but it can be such a huge distraction to precious research and writing time.

How can readers get in touch with you?
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