Exclusive Author Interview with Daisy White!

Happy Cinco de Mayo!! I have another author to introduce to you on this festive day!!

This is the fourth post in a series of interviews with fellow authors of the Second Chance for Love anthology. In honor of Mother’s Day, our publisher, Melange Books, LLC, will have the eBook available for free on Amazon from May 7-9!

Today, I’m going to interview the charming and clever Daisy White!



Daisy White is a writer, mum, vintage lover, and award-winning literary entrepreneur. As the founder and owner of Daisy White’s Booktique (a pop up independent bookshop with a twist!) she has won business awards, been to speak at Number 10, Downing Street, and continues to support both authors and readers in their creative journeys.

Her writing reflects her years spent travelling, and Daisy has had articles and letters published in various National and local magazines and papers. Born in the UK, Daisy spent time as child living in Wichita, Kansas, and has fond memories of attending school there (the library was huge!) She now lives in Brighton, on the South coast of England with her husband and two children, but still returns regularly to visit the USA.

In her spare time, Daisy competes in ‘mud races’ for charity. These include Hellrunner, Kamikaze, and Downland Devil, and if there is a frozen lake to be swum that is just perfect! With her children, Daisy also enjoys browsing the lanes of Brighton for vintage hats and China, and taking long family bike rides along the beach.‘Taming Tigers’ is her YA debut for Fire and Ice (Melange Books).


Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/DaisyWhiteAuthor

Twitter: @DaisyWhite1922

Pinterest: uk.pinterest.com/daisywhite1922



For the Love of a Horse by Daisy White

Single mum Ali has done everything she can to forget the past, but when a new love is threatened by a freak horse riding accident, she is forced to face her memories. Can she find the courage to take her second chance for love?



Katie: Would you share a special moment from another story you’ve written?

Roadkill Sml

Daisy: Roadkill is a bestselling YA novel currently out on Amazon. This is the
first in a series of novellas centered around LiveWire – an online community for
daredevil teens.

Rose would have said I look like a tart, but she can’t say that now can she?
Which is obviously why I’m heading out to the party tonight. Because I’m fine,
I’m over it and ready to get on with my life.

The clothes are wrong, and even with more makeup I still look like a ten year
old playing dress up. Defiantly I add a red gloopy lip gloss with a shaky hand,
slamming the tube back down viciously. The lid breaks with a crack, for a second
Max Factor’s finest becomes her blood, spilled across the tarmac, shining wet in
the moonlight. Get a grip Caz, I tell myself firmly, taking a shivery breath and
flicking a last glance in the mirror as I whirl from the room.



Katie: List five adjectives to describe yourself.
Daisy: Mad, risk-taking, imaginative, sleepy, inventive

Katie: What are your pet peeves or interesting things about you that you dislike?
Daisy: I really hate when people say ‘Let’s work together to fix this…’ I find it
really annoying and I have no idea why! I don’t like sun-dried tomatoes or
Skittles either 😉

Katie: Name one of your favorite things about someone in your family.
Daisy: My kids are crazy, and always coming up with cool and crazy things to do.

Katie: Tell us about a unique or quirky habit of yours.
Daisy: Not unique but I like trail running in my spare time, and have just done my
second half marathon of the year. Sometimes I get so exhausted I have to sneak
in a sleep after lunch, which is slightly weird and has to be hidden from most

Katie: If someone made a movie of your life would it be a drama, a comedy, a
romantic-comedy, action film, or science fiction?
Daisy: Action film!


Who says love doesn’t come around again? Second Chance for Love: Seven stories of single parents finding love, free Mother’s Day weekend (May 7-9) on Amazon!!


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