Author Lucy Felthousen #interview

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Tell us a bit about yourself

I’m from Derbyshire, in England. I live with my other half and our dog, Scamp. I work from home, and my days are spent doing all kinds of things to do with books… writing (of course), editing and proofreading (for myself and others), and for both my own work and other people’s, I promote, create websites, create and send newsletters, run blog tours, and so on. It basically means that no two days are the same, I always have different projects to work on, and I never get bored!

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Have you always wanted to become an author?

Yes. My love of reading was born very early on in my life, and soon transformed to a love of writing. As a small child, I was forever scribbling in notebooks and creating fantastical worlds and characters. Sadly, I have none of those notebooks now – I’d love to know what was going on in my head back then! I’m very lucky that I’m now making at least a partial living from something I’ve loved for so long.

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What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

My latest release, Moonstone, is a contemporary reverse harem romance. Although it’s a standalone, it’s part of the multi-author Jewels Cafe Series. The inspiration basically came from the organisers’ outline – there were various rules to follow to be part of the world, so I took those and ran with it. The universe is in Upstate New York, so I cheated a little bit and made my characters Brits, so I didn’t have to worry too much about how they spoke! Of course, there are American characters in there, so I got a couple of beta readers to make sure I hadn’t made them sound British 🙂

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What are you working on now?

Literally nothing. LOL. I just finished a short story, which is actually a bonus scene for Moonstone, and the next project I’m going to working on is a short story to go in a charity anthology. Speaking of which, the deadline is looming, so I’d better get on with it!

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

Obsessively pressing Ctrl+S. Other than that, no, I don’t think so. Maybe if someone recorded or watched me while I write, we might learn differently!

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What are your hopes for the future?

To stay healthy and keep writing and putting books out in the world. And lots of travelling.

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Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

Yes, definitely. Read lots in your chosen genre, learn to edit yourself, and never give up.

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Do you have anything to say to your readers?

Thank you for buying and reading my books, and supporting me. It means the world, and I’m so grateful. ❤

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Author Alyssa D. Mynx #interview

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Tell us a bit about yourself

I’ll start by saying I hate talking about myself, it’s harder than writing a blurb lol. I currently live in Iowa, though I’ve lived on the East coast and other parts of mid-America. I’m 26 and have a darling husband, and a really fat cat named Dickens. Like, 15 pounds fat cat. We love him though. We just had our 6th anniversary, if you can believe it, and tried for a few years for kiddos. Taking a break currently, but we want kids eventually. I grew up in the country, working on the farm, and now I love city life, though it’s noisy. Let’s see… I still don’t know my right from my left, I eat way too many Oreos and drink way too much Dr. Pepper. And that’s about it!

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Have you always wanted to become an author?

I’ve always liked writing stories. My little sister and I would sit around and make up stories and games all the time when we were young. It was one of our favorite past times, and kept us busy for hours. Some of the books I have planned are based off of story ideas we had, so that’s pretty cool. In school I did really well in English and literature, and I wanted to write, but life happened.

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What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

I’ve got a few books in the works. One’s inspiration is from the cover (coming soon!), the other is a Red Riding Hood retelling that came from a dream. The last is a darker book that is inspired by “Handmaids Tale.”

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

Quirks while writing… I like silence when I’m writing. I know most like music, but I like it quiet. And I have to have water with me.

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Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

Editors are the best friends you’ll ever have. And beyond that, no, because I’m really such a newb to! Find someone or some someone’s who can help you and give you advice.

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What are your hopes for the future?

Hopes for the future. Well, in the book world, I hope to write 3-4 books this year, if not more. In other ways, I want to be a stay at home mom and wife that writes.

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Do you have anything to say to your readers?

You are all amazing! I love and appreciate each and every one of you. Always feel free to message me! I love hearing from you, and your love of my books are what drive me 🙂

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Author Clover Payne #interview

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Tell us a bit about yourself

I’m a mother of five asylum escapees masquerading as children and the wife of a Californian that I dragged kicking and screaming to the wilds of the Oregon west coast. I love to laugh and am addicted to coffee and Pepsi, though I may do a little dance for Reese’s cups. I’m the oldest of three girls and was always called an airhead with my head in the clouds.

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Have you always wanted to become an author?

When I was young I wanted to be an author, but never felt like I was good enough since my support group wasn’t that supporting. It wasn’t until I went to Radcon in Pasco Washington and met author James K. Burke later in life that the question of being an author came up again. Because of my continued weariness, he offered to let me beta and review for him. This led to me reviewing other authors and betaing for them, then I became an editor.

It was during my time editing that I met authors BC Morgan, Rozie Marshall, Cassandra Trussell, and Melody Calder. They encouraged me to branch out into writing after reading my short, Woods. Rozie, Cassy, and Melody even offered to let me co-write with them on Deadly Desires to ‘get my feet wet’. This led to me gaining more confidence and more characters started invading my head, screaming to be written. With the support of the indie-author community and my family, I finally gained the courage to follow
my childhood dream and the rest, as they say, is history.

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What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

Death Walks with Love was inspired by J.D. Robb’s in Death series and Terry Pratchett’s Hogfather from his Discworld series. My Chosen by the Gods series is inspired by Sherrilyn Kenyon’s Darkhunters series, while my upcoming Unicorn Assassin series was inspired by my daughter and Orion Rose PA.

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What are you working on now?

Right now I’m working on Bast’s Stray, the first novel in my Chosen by the Gods series, and a short story for an Australian fire relief anthology, The Fires that Bind Us.

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

In a seven person household, I have to use headphones to focus on my work, otherwise, I get distracted by all the activity around me. I also have to go to my parent’s house or wait until late at night to write adult content, since having little ones in my lap or running around isn’t helpful to adult thinking.

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What are your hopes for the future?

I hope to continue putting out stories that people enjoy reading as much as I enjoy writing, and to go to book conventions so I can meet the wonderful people I’ve been in contact with online.

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Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

Having a PA is essential to any author, as is a good Alpha. I know I wouldn’t be able to concentrate on my writing or put out the best work that I can without Yashira Ortiz or Penny Servi in my corner. I would also advise that new authors contribute stories
to Anthologies and cowrites to help build a firmer support base with other authors and get their name out there.

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Do you have anything to say to your readers?
Thank you so much for reading my work! I am overjoyed and honored that you would consider my stories as something worth your time. I’m not ashamed to admit that when I read your reviews I cry tears of astonishment and joy at your words. There is no greater honor for me than reading a review, even if it contains criticism or your opinion, because it tells me that my work made you need to take time out of your life to let me know what you thought.

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Author Sofia Ann Hoffman #interview

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Tell us a bit about yourself

My name is Michelle Hoffman and I write under Sofia Ann Hoffman. I am a Texas native now living in Arizona. I have two dogs who are my fur babies, and I adore 80s rock.

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Have you always wanted to become an author?

Yes, I have always written little things or told people stories. I can remember wanting this s as far back as elementary school.

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What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

I have a few books in the MAR (Magical Alliance Refuge) world. Each book is able to be read as a stand alone, but those who have read the books find some characters cross over into other books. I got the idea for the first book after seeing a request for submissions to Falling for Them, Vol 4. I decided to write about something that wasn’t written about much and chose dolphin-shifters. That story is called Leap at Love. Since then I have released Men for Christmas: Check, Claiming the Owl Shifter, and Pisces on the Hunt. All of the stories are related to MAR somehow.

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What are you working on now?

I’m expanding Leap at Love for a solo release and also editing for other authors.

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

I’m not able to have the TV on while writing or editing because it’s too distracting. Usually, I put on a favorite radio station or listen to the Alexa. I’m also a total pantser and find it hard to plot out my books. I’m working on that.

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What are your hopes for the future?

I would love to have more books out there for everyone to read. So far, I only have two in paperback. Steven With a V is a contemporary romance published traditionally. Floofballs from Hell is a short story that appeared in a Halloween anthology and features a man forced to raise three hellhound puppies.

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Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

Learn how to promote yourself or hire someone to do that for you. That is an area that I am really weak in and I regret it.

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Do you have anything to say to your readers?

Most of my stories come from dreams. It’s fun to share them with you.

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Artist/Author Alexa Wayne #interview

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Tell us a little bit about yourself

Hi! I’m Alexa Wayne, aka the OCD Vampire. I’m obsessed with Vlad III or Vlad the Impaler. I am an introvert, and I do not hide it anymore. I even believe it to be an asset for someone who is like me. I am writing and drawing all day long with my little dog, Carey, by my side.

I studied graphic and web design a decade ago, along with 2D and 3D Animation. I also took online Sequential Art | Inking & Rendering | Anatomy and Comic Book Art classes with Comics Experience. I then went to Syn Studio and studied Digital Painting | Storytelling & Design | Character Rendering | Comic Book. I own a diploma in WordPress with TechUComp. I have various certifications and qualifications in Proofreading & Editing | Creative Writing | Novel Writing | Successful Self- Publishing | Social Media Marketing | Blogging Business | Virtual Assistance | Ufology | Astronomy | Cryptozoology | Wicca | Hoodoo with Centre of Excellence.

I took many art classes to help me in my development as a well-rounded artist. I didn’t wish to rely on anyone to become the writer that I envisioned in my head. I love everything when it comes to creating something. I like doing research, marketing, graphic, and web design. I enjoy the entire process of turning a piece of art, including a novel, into something incredible.

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Have you always wanted to become an artist/designer?

I grew up in the artistic world. I went to acting school for thirteen years of my life, and that included classical ballet, along with singing and various types of acting and dancing styles. If someone asked me why I love to read and watch the most, it would be Dracula or vampires in general. To me, the comic book is the most accurate form of art when it gets closer to acting. Some would argue, of course, debate it to the contrary, but acting has many faces.

Time passed, I needed something more, and that was to gain writing experience. The Geek Initiative became the first professional blog I worked for, and it was epic. I enjoy the geeky environment and the opportunity they gave me. The founder, Tara M. Clapper, and editor in chief became my first novel editor.

She gave me the backbone I needed to find my way as an artist and author. I am now the proud creator of Gothic Bite Magazine. I write paranormal suspense novels in the horror genre. It took me some time, but now I know that I am proud to be a monster nerd, and a hundred percent living in her twisted mind!

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Where do you find inspiration for your work?

I find inspiration most of the time in music, books, research, and whatever is online or on television. I love to use research and other forms of art as inspiration. It is quite amazing what one can find in the most transparent or subtle places.

I also enjoy walking outside with my dog. We live in a country town surrounded by woods, so walking is fantastic around here. It’s like being lost in nature, and I put on my music and wait for inspiration to strike.

Of course, I have my secret weapon, which is going to the esoteric stores in our small and old little country downtown. It’s peaceful and quiet. It has perfect energy all around. I enjoy it, and most of the time, it leaves me with many ideas.

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What are you working on now?

I am currently working on a personal comic book project as the penciler and colorist as well as scripter when it comes to my art. The inspiration is from one of my novels. My inker is Kendra Hale, as well as my editor and beta reader for the script.

As for writing, I am working on the new release of Lord Impaler Series #2, The Gravedigger. It comes out on Tuesday, January 28th, 2020, on Amazon in paperback and Kindle, free on Kindle Unlimited. I do my own graphic design, of course, and create the marketing merchandise for it as well.

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Do you have any quirks while working?

I forget the time, and my dog must remind me to stop and eat. I’m often in my own little bubble, and the world around doesn’t exist anymore. I must listen to music while drawing; otherwise, my work doesn’t flow well.

I listen to relaxing music such as Marilyn Manson, Metallica, Disturbed, Exit Eden, and Dance Macabre. I know people don’t consider those relaxing, but they are to me. I love them!

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What are your hopes for the future?

I would love my webzine, Gothic Bite Magazine, to become LLC and accessible enough so that we can support causes such as 4Oceans or Bats QLD. GBM is a webzine created by monsters for monsters so that gothic people have a place to go and feel welcome. We try to help the indie community as much as we can. Again, this project is possible because of my #1, Kendra Hale.

I guess, for the future, all I want is to be happy and be capable of helping people achieve their dreams. I want to be able to live off my art and writing, so I can help others. That is literally all I want.

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Do you have any advice for new artists/authors about the publishing world?

I grew up in the art and publishing world. Books surrounded me since I was born. Raised by my grandparents and mother, my grandpa worked for a binding & printing company. He would often come back with boxes of books and encyclopaedia worth so much money but didn’t “make the cut” because of small printing errors.

So, my advice would be if you wish to become a graphic/web designer or illustrator, do not be afraid to stand out. I mean by that to not fit in any cookie cutters. Look at the latest trends yes, but also; don’t be afraid to find inspiration in the past. Myself, I am more of a European stylist in design than American simply because I prefer certain aspects of it. Put together your portfolio and a professional website. Don’t be afraid to pay for a professional website if you must. Graphic and web design require a certification because of the complexity of the rules and printing industry as well as online industry.

When it comes to authors, do not stop writing because people tell you that you cannot make it. It is NOT true. Do not listen to those voices. Keep writing and again, stand out. When everyone goes right for the style of writing or book cover, don’t be afraid to go left. Do not settle for anyone but yourself and how much you believe in your story. Another common mistake, do not do everything yourself. Do not fear your limits and hire a graphic designer or illustrator for your book cover. The phrase “do not judge a book by its cover” is a good lesson to learn but sadly, every one of us bought at least one book just because the cover was amazing. So, investing in editors, graphic designers and web designers are crucial parts of being an indie author. It is in those details that one can stand out from the sea of indie authors.

In conclusion, do not let fear and peer pressure dictate what you wish to become or do with your creation. Just keep going and you won’t regret it.

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Do you have anything to say to your fans?

I don’t know that I have any fans. Haha! But, to anyone reading this, this phrase helped me a thousand times over, “Because you are afraid doesn’t mean that you’re not strong.” Whatever it is you dream of is worth your time and effort, and if you feel anxious, do not worry, your anxiety is lying to you, and you are going to be okay.

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Author Emma Cole #interview

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Tell us a bit about yourself

I write under the pen name Emma Cole. Primarily I write RH but I don’t have any specific genre I stick to. I’m an indie author and currently have several books out. I’m a (newly) divorced mom of 4 littles (1, 4, 7, 10) and I live in the mountains in Montana, USA. I’m a HUGE reader, I go on binges and can read 2-3 a day if I have the time.

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Have you always wanted to become an author?

I’m not sure that I always thought “I want to be an author” when I was 7 or 8 I used to write little stories for my Aunt and one day she gave me this little miniature folder with a clipboard and writing pad and utensils in it. I think I actually have it floating around somewhere. I HAVE always loved books and reading since I was a toddler. I went to school to be a registered nurse and ended up doing homehealth and hospice for about 15 years before staying home when I had my 3rd kiddo and running a home health agency and the kids schedules got to be too much. About a year later I published my first book through KDP and since then have learned a ton and decided this is what I want to do.

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What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

My inspiration varies. A lot are sparked by dreams and not just the sleeping kind. I’ll have full on daydreams with entire scenes that I jot down in a folder I have called “Snippets”. If it’s a particularly tenacious one from sleeping or awake I’ll write out the scenes then leave markers for what should happen around it and come back to them when I have a chance. I used to keep a dream journal and had someone find it once and ask where the rest of the stories were and they were floored when I told them they were dreams. All my stories have a little bit of “me” in them. Whether the tone it experiences or just the feelings surrounding a particular event.

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What are you working on now?

Right now I’m working on a hodgepodge of stories.
#3 in the Remington Carter Series – Clarity- a college contemporary RH series (my lightest one)

#2 in the Dark Duet– Nightingale- the sequel to Lark A Dark Contemporary RH Trafficking Romance

The 3rd Episode in my Death Dealers Serial- A dark fantasy RH following Retta (the sin of Wrath)

I just finished a novella for Hearts of Darkness Anthology that I’ll extend this summer – Hit and Run – a dark paranormal bully romance

I have a co-write that’s being worked on right now with KB Everly– Alie and the Cosmic Convicts- An Alien Prison RH- we’ll announce the release date soon

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Avarice: House of Mustelid in the Wicked Reform School Series- a paranormal prison romance- Releasing May 14th this year

Arcane- A witchy RH

And DarkFyre- a dark shifter submission for Bound to Change Anthology coming in April – it RH and fated mates

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

My quirks are probably music. I can draft whole scenes with a song… but I have to pause it to write them. I also have what I dubbed “typing narcolepsy” I’ll randomly fall asleep mid sentence and wake up to a whole lot of random letters I have to delete.

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What are your hopes for the future?

My hope is to be able to make a career out of my writing and get to bring all the stories in my imagination to others to enjoy.

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Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

To new authors: If you love it, don’t stop, don’t give up. No matter if a spouse tells you it’s embarrassing (yep that happened), if someone says it’s not good enough, whatever someone else says ignore it. It’s your dream, not theirs. If you get bad reviews, try to learn from them. Find a “tribe” if you can, they’ll help you. Get an editor and beta readers and an arc team. Build your brand. And whatever you do, stay professional.

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Do you have anything to say to your readers?

My readers are amazing. They give me the best feelings when I hear how they can’t wait for the next or like my posts or leave a review. Knowing that at least one person enjoyed what I wrote is so uplifting and VALIDATING. As my readership grows it’s surreal that so many are reading/wanting my stories and I feel guilty that I can’t get them out fast enough. Which in turn still gives me the warm and fuzzies because I know I’m doing something right!

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Author Susan Hayes #interview

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Tell us a bit about yourself

My name is Susan Hayes and I’ve been a published author since 2012 with more than forty-five books released. I live on the Canadian west coast and have lived within a few miles of the ocean for my entire life. I’ve got blue hair, more tattoos than my mother cares to acknowledge, and a life I love.

Have you always wanted to become an author?

Always. Somewhere in the pages of my high school yearbook, when I was asked what my goals were: one of them was “write a book that would one day be taught in schools. While I’m quite certain my sci-fi romances will never be part of anyone’s school curriculum, I certainly have achieved the first part of that goal.

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What are you working on now?

Operation Fury, book three in my Sci-fi suspense series – Nova Force. It will be out in March.

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

I find it really difficult to write if it’s too quiet. I have to have some noise. 80’s music, white noise, or something that evokes the setting I’m writing in. (I even found a website that has the noise of the Star Trek engines, love that one.)

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What are your hopes for the future?

I have just recently become a full-time writer, so for the moment my hopes are that I can continue to support myself purely by writing, and spend the rest of my life doing what I love.

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Do you have anything to say to your readers?

To anyone who has bought one of my books, thank you!

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Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

The best bit of advice I was given was to keep your eyes on your own paper. Don’t compare your journey to a writer to anyone else’s, because it won’t be the same. Do what works for you, and don’t give up.

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Blurb for Operation Fury :

She’s fighting for survival. He’s fighting for her soul.
Nyx was created to be the perfect killer, with death and violence encoded in her DNA. After years of tests, torments, and trials designed to push her to her breaking point, she’s survived by focusing on one thing –revenge.
Nova Force investigator Eric Erben lost someone he cared about. Now he’s on a mission to fulfill her last request – free her sister from the shadowy group holding her captive. Rescuing Nyx from her captors is the easy part. Saving her from herself will be a battle only love can win.

Author T.S. Snow #interview

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Tell us a bit about yourself

Well, I’m a scientist and a biomedic. I have one super cute fur baby who likes to stay cuddled with me while I read or write. And I’m seriously addicted to books and coffee. And baby yoda.

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Have you always wanted to become an author?

I actually wanted to be a professional napper. But yes, since I can remember, I’ve wanted to be a writer. I’ve been writing poetry for over ten years now. And I’ve been playing with different story ideas for a really long time.

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What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

The forty thieves. Both the disney version (with Aladdin) and the original one.

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What are you working on now?

I have two big works in progress.
The first one, Stolen Hearts, is a part of the Mischief Matchmaker Series. My book is a retelling of the forty thieves. But I gave my own twist to it. That’s a M/F paranormal romance.
My second WIP is called Trapped By Honor, and it’s a little inspired by Mulan, both the Disney movie and the legend. It’s always been my favourite movie and once I got wrapped in RH, the idea just came to me.

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

I’m very easily distracted by anything, so I usually need peace and quiet. And I’ll get inspiration in the weirdest of places so I always have to have something in hand when an idea hits.

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What are your hopes for the future?

I really want people to like my books. I want to be able to keep sharing my stories with others, have them take pleasure into reading them the same way I take pleasure in reading other people’s stories.
I also really really want to attend a book convention, both as an author and as a reader. Being able to connect with authors I admire, to get to know readers. That must be an amazing experience and I really want that.

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Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

I’m pretty new too, but I think the most important thing I’ve learned is that it’s okay to ask for help. It’s okay to not know things. The people in this community can be so amazing. They’re super supportive of each other and they are always willing to score a minute or five to answer questions and give advice. I’ve learned a lot from them.

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Do you have anything to say to your readers?

Having readers at all is already a dream come true, so the only thing I have to say is thank you. From the bottom of my heart. You make dreams come true.

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Author Kat Blak #interview

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Tell us a bit about yourself

My name is Kat, I live in west wales with my two crazy kids, two crazy dogs and two crazy chinchillas. Yeah, I may have mild OCD with even numbers. By day I’m a scientists and by night an author. I have loads of books floating around this brain of mine so stay tuned as it’s all down hill from here.

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Have you always wanted to become an author?

In all honestly no, it never I though it possible. I’m extremely dyslexic so the thought of writing a novel with over 50k words that people would actually want to read seems like a impossible task.

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What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

I don’t know really, I kind of wondered what the world would do when the population becomes to much and the world runs out of resources and being a person with paranoid tendency, the plot of the book is where my brain went. So I spoke to my co-writer and told her and she was like OMG that would make an amazing book. It just blew up from there.

What are you working on now?

At the moment I’m trying to write three books. So The Cure Within which is book two of The Hidden Cure, The Reaper Files and A Date with Danger.

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

I have to listen to music, and it has to fit the scene in writing. So if it’s a fighting scene, I play heavy metal. If it’s a sad scene I play sad music. Also tea, I tend to drink loads of tea when I’m writing.

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What are your hopes for the future?

That people enjoy reading books. Books have helped me in bad, dark times in my life and if I can even just help one person with one of my book, then my job is done!

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Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

Keep a good group of people around you, it can be very scary and hard at time, but your alpha and beta readers are there to help you not just with your writing. Having someone tell you to keep writing and that it’s good can make the different between starting and finishing a book.

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Do you have anything to say to your readers?

Oh wow I don’t really know, thank you for reading my words. Thank you for taking a gamble on me. Thank you for helping me want to carry on writing. I will be eternally great full.

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The Hidden Cure (Silver Moon Book 1)
Juniper’s definitely not your average witch. No amazing powers, not even earth magic. Until the day she stumbles into four not so normal guys who seem to think she needs protecting and they’re ones to do it. And to think it all started with a concert.
Will the guys keep her hidden or will the ones after her win?
This is a reverse harem intended for ages 18+
Please be advised there are a few trigger warnings to take into account:
abuse
almost non-consent scenes