New Release – Whole Lot Of Shiftin’ Going On

I’ writing a new trilogy for Robyn Peterman’s Magic and Mayhem Universe. The Baba Yaga Saga followed Hildy and Carol from childhood to the Baba Yaga test.  The new trilogy, which I’m calling the Baba Yaga Adventures, picks up when they’re just getting started in their witchy careers. Book 1, “Whole Lot Of Shiftin’ Going On”, is about Hildy’s first big crisis as a healer. You’re going to love the fun and laughs in this light paranormal comedy romp.

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The (Boob) Bucket List

I usually use my blog to talk about my books or the books of my author friends, but today is a tiny exception. I don’t know this author personally, but I know her story and totally understand her motivation.

She is writing honestly about a subject that has affected so many women I know. If this book makes you smile or laugh or even count your blessings that cancer has missed you, then this author has succeeded beyond her wildest dreams.

Even at her very young age, she is teaching us how to live with grace.

Check out this refreshing book and be charmed. I’ve included the Amazon link so you could read the preview but I’m sure the book is for sale everywhere.

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Interview with Debra Dunbar

I recently had the opportunity to interview some fellow paranormal authors. Today’s interview is with the awesome Debra Dunbar. Enjoy!

Hi Debra. Thanks for letting me interview you!

What’s the inside scoop on the book you’re promoting in the sale? Tell us what’s special about it and if it’s part of a series.

Demons of Desire is book 1 of the Half-breed series, a sexy Urban Fantasy set in a different cool destination for each novel: New Orleans, Maui, Hel (hell), Napa Valley, and Northern Italy. Although Hel is more hot than cool!

What’s your favorite writing ritual?

Writecations. When I know I need to get some serious word-count in, I try to schedule time away from home. Sometimes it’s a local B&B, sometimes it’s a cabin up in the mountains or the lake. Getting away from the daily distractions really fires up the muse. And when I can’t manage even a local writecation, I head to a little pub in town with a dozen microbrews on tap and some amazing Old Bay dry-rub wings and sit up at the bar with my laptop. The bartenders all know me and joke that I should have a little brass name tag on the back of my bar stool.

If you could have dinner with someone (dead, alive, fictional or real) who would it be and why?

Julia Child. The food would be amazing and she always struck me as a fun, interesting person to hang out with. We’d drink a lot of wine, eat rich food loaded with butter, and end up besties, I know!

Anything you want to tell the readers?

If what you’re reading doesn’t make you laugh out loud at least once, find another book! Unless you’re one of those serious literary fiction types. In that case, read on.

 

Some fun fast facts about Debra . . . 

What’s your favorite color?   Red. Hides the bloodstains almost as well as black and doesn’t make me look like a middle-aged goth.

What show did you last binge-watch? Alone. I’m not a huge fan of reality shows, but the whole survival thing was intriguing.

Are you a beer or wine person? Both? I like beer in the summer and wine in the winter.

What food helps your writing mojo? Grandma Utz potato chips

What paranormal species is your fav to write? I love to write about Demons. They’re naughty and sexy and complex. Ever since I read Paradise Lost, I’ve had a thing for the Fallen.

Are your a book plotter or a pantser? I’m a pantser until 2/3 of the way through my first draft, then I become a plotter.

Are you a fan of boxers or briefs? Boxers. Gotta let that stuff breathe, my man.

Who’s your favorite band or singer? Rob Zombie

 

Meet the Author

Debra lives in a little house in the woods with her three sons, and a Noah’s ark of four-legged family members.

She drives a gigantic diesel SUV, couldn’t carry a tune if you duct taped it to her back, and enjoys an occasional cosmopolitan (heavy on the vodka).

On a good day, she jogs and horseback rides, hopefully managing to keep the horse between herself and the ground.

Her only known superpower is ‘Identify Roadkill’.

You can find Debra at www.debradunbar.com.

 

Interview with Jaycee Clark

Hi Jaycee. Thanks for letting me interview you!

 

What’s the inside scoop on Deadly Shadows? Tell us what’s special about it and if it’s part of a series.

Deadly Shadows is the start to my Deadly/Kinncaid Brother series. The beginning of a series that I’d love to get away from sometimes, but find cousins keep popping out of the woodwork and want their stories told as well.

What’s your favorite writing ritual?

When I have that celebratory ‘the end’ toast to myself. Or the snoopy dance. As for everyday rituals, just the sound of my mechanical keyboard and the smell of coffee while listening to great tunes.

If you could have dinner with someone (dead, alive, fictional or real) who would it be and why?

My grandmother or my nephew, I miss both horribly. And I’d just love to hug their necks and see their beautiful smiles one more time.

Anything you want to tell the readers?

Thank you. Seriously, without you guys, I’d just be telling stories to myself that gathered dust on my hard drive.

 

Some fun fast facts about Jaycee . . . 

What’s your favorite color?   Black 

What show did you last binge-watch? I don’t know. I haven’t really watched anything lately, I’ve been reading. Justified? Several months ago, I think.

Are you a beer or wine person? Wine, unless I just ran a 5K in July in Texas, then ice-cold beer they give you for being dumb enough to run in Texas in July, is AWESOME.

What food helps your writing mojo? Chocolate covered coffee beans

What paranormal species is your fav to write? Vampires and fae

Are your a book plotter or a pantser? Pantser

Are you a fan of boxers or briefs? For myself or consort? LOL. Boxers.

Who’s your favorite band or singer? Depends on my mood honestly. The Beatles are a great go-to though.

 

Meet the Author

An NYT and USA Today Bestseller, I write romantic suspense. I enjoy playing with imaginary people in my head. Sometimes those people are nice, sometimes they’re not, but in the end, the girl gets the guy so all is well.

I live in Texas with my family. They put up with my strangeness and appreciate my weirdness–or so they claim. We promote weirdness. We have three bossy Aussies who, in truth, rule the family.

When I’m not chained to my keyboard, I’m doubling as the wife of my trusted consort, the proud mom of two young men, a flailing housekeeper, a master plant eliminator, and I’m probably burning dinner.

You can find Jaycee at www.jayceeclark.com.

 

Interview with Renee George

Hi Renee. Thanks for letting me interview you!

 

What’s the inside scoop on the book you’re promoting in the sale? Tell us what’s special about it and if it’s part of a series.

Gone With The Minion is about kicking demon butt, saving the family, and falling in love, and kicking more demon butt. It’s part of the Madder Than Hell series, and it follows the Madder sisters as they try to navigate their jobs as minions while trying to do the right thing. And the men are pretty to look at, too.

What’s your favorite writing ritual?

I don’t know that I have a favorite ritual unless it’s drinking copious amounts of black coffee. That, and writing, “The End.”

If you could have dinner with someone (dead, alive, fictional or real) who would it be and why?

Dean Winchester. We would eat pie!

Anything you want to tell the readers?

Never leave toilet paper where the cats can reach it, unless you like wiping with confetti. And, on a less serious note, thank you, Readers! Without you, what would be the point?

 

Some fun fast facts about Renee . . . 

What’s your favorite color?   Green

What show did you last binge-watch? The Doctor Blake Mysteries Seasons 4 & 5 on BritBox

Are you a beer or wine person? Beer (if I have to choose one)

What food helps your writing mojo? Assorted nuts

What paranormal species is your fav to write? Shifters

Are your a book plotter or a pantser? Plantser – (I try to plot but then it ends up in a big ol’ pantsing mess.)

Are you a fan of boxers or briefs? I’m a fan of the man wearing them.

Who’s your favorite band or singer? I don’t really listen to music much. But if I could only hear one group/singer for the rest of my life, I would pick Queen/ Freddie Mercury.

 

Meet the Author 

USA Today Bestselling author Renee George writes paranormal mysteries and romances because she loves all things whodunit, Otherworldly, and weird.

Also, she wishes her pittie, the adorable Kona Princess Warrior, and her beagle, Josie the Incontinent Princess, could talk. Or at least be more like Scooby-Doo and help her unmask villains at the haunted house up the street.

When she’s not writing about mystery-solving werecougars or the adventures of a hapless psychic living among shapeshifters, she is preyed upon by stray kittens who end up living in her house because she can’t say no to those sweet, furry faces. (Someone stop telling them where she lives!)

She resides in Mid-Missouri with her family and spends her non-writing time doing really cool stuff…like watching TV and cleaning up dog poop.

You can find Renee at www.romance-the-night.com.