Hi Mandy. 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.
Act of Mercy is the first book in the Immortal Ops spin-off series, PSI-Ops Paranormal Security and Intelligence.
What’s your favorite writing ritual?
Music. I have playlists created for each of my series. Some are over a hundred hours of playtime long.
If you could have dinner with someone (dead, alive, fictional or real) who would it be and why?
I’d love to have dinner with my father. He passed away suddenly while golfing back in 2010 and I never had a chance to say goodbye. He’s the reason I fell in love with sci-fi and the paranormal. Growing up he’d have on re-runs of the Twilight Zone, Incredible Hulk, Six Million Dollar Man, etc.
Anything you want to tell the readers?
Thanks for being awesome!!!!!
Some fun fast facts about Mandy . . .
What’s your favorite color? Black
What show did you last binge-watch? I’m not a big TV watcher but I do love to watch documentaries.
Are you a beer or wine person? Wine (but I don’t drink much of it anymore. I’m going to have to fix this issue straight away LOL)
What food helps your writing mojo? Chocolate
What paranormal species is your fav to write? I LOVE writing vampires.
Are your a book plotter or a pantser? I’m a pantser that does do outlines so I fall somewhere in the center.
Are you a fan of boxers or briefs? Boxer briefs (LOL there I am in the middle again)
Who’s your favorite band or singer? The Eagles and Fleetwood Mac are in a dead even tie for me.
Meet the Author
NY Times & USA Today bestselling author Mandy M. Roth loves 80s music and movies and wishes leg warmers would come back into fashion. She also thinks the movie The Breakfast Club should be mandatory viewing for…okay, everyone.
When she’s not dancing around her office to the sounds of the 80s, she’s busy writing paranormal operatives and kick-butt urban fantasy heroines.
Mandy lives in Oxford, Mississippi with her husband and three boys. She has sold well over 1 million books. Mandy has published with Harlequin, Random House/Virgin Books, and has had a wildly successful indie career in addition to publishing with more than one small press.
You can reach Mandy at www.mandyroth.com.