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Meet the Writer Wednesday: Shelli Rosewarne

Writer Wednesday is back with a vengeance, with more interviews delving into the psyche and zodiac signs of your favorite authors!

Today let’s welcome Shelli Rosewarne!

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Street of an old european cemetery in a foggy full moon night

So to kick things off, what’s your favorite quote about writing?

Ooh, that’s a tough one, I have a whole ‘writing quotes’ folder lol. I think one of my favourites would have to be Neil Gaiman, ‘This is how you do it; you sit down at the keyboard and you put one word in front of the other until it’s done. It’s that easy and that hard.’ That to me just sums it up. It can be both the hardest and the easiest thing in the world at times, but the main thing is always to just keep going with it.

Where do you draw your inspiration from?

Pretty much anything and everything! I write because otherwise the voices in my head would never give me a moment’s peace (and because now when I mention voices in my head people don’t think I’m completely and utterly crazy).

Writers are known to get attached to their characters–is there one you feel like you could write about forever?

Oh god, I could never pick just one. It would be like picking a favourite child! I get very attached to all my characters and it’s always a bit sad to have to say goodbye to them at the end of a story. Even the secondary characters often creep their way in, and frequently end up with their own story. I’m also terrible for falling for my villains and wanting to redeem them (I partly blame Loki in the Avengers films, who can resist Tom Hiddleston?) Most people who have read Love Reawakened have been asking me about Deacan and Carisa, who are technically secondary characters but have a bad habit of stealing the scene 🙂

Where would your dream vacation be?

I’m a keen photographer so I love places with gorgeous scenery. I was up in the Highlands about a month ago and just loved it, the area was stunning – plus got to see lots of castles lol! I’d love to go to somewhere like Iceland to see the Northern Lights. I also love city breaks, just being to wander round a new place, soak up the culture and see the sights. I’m not much for beach holidays, I have a bit too short an attention span and I burn too quickly 🙂

Oh man, I feel you on the burning front. As for projects–any new ones you’re excited about?

I usually have several WIPs on the go, so if I get stuck on one I can work on one of the others for a bit. Re-editing Love Reawakened has definitely got me back into that world, and am working on both a prequel, that will show how Emma and Garret first met, as well as book two in the series. There’s going to be at least three set in this world as Deacon and Carisa will need their own story as well. I’ve also started two more books with my wolf shifters and am probably going to go back to an angels story to see if I can get it finished before Christmas. It keeps me busy 🙂

When you’re not writing, are there any shows on air you check out?

Tough one. I watch quite a lot of series and don’t think I have a strict favourite, it changes a lot depending on what I’m in the mood for. I’m loving the new series of Gotham so far though and am really excited that The Walking Dead is back. Other things I’m enjoying at the moment are Once Upon a Time, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and am looking forward to Grimm coming back soon.

How about in the book-o-sphere?

I’ve just finished Born of Fury by Sherrilyn Kenyon, who is one of my favourite authors and a huge inspiration to me. I especially love her conflict build-up. You’re rooting so hard for the characters but at the same time are racking your brain for how on earth it’s ever going to be possible for them to be together with the obstacles in the way. I think next on my list is The Shepherd’s Crown by Terry Pratchett, which I’m both dying to read and slightly dreading because I know it’s going to make me bawl my eyes out.

What’s your astrological sign?

Libra. Though I must admit I’m not a big believer in astrology. I know right – witches, zombies, necromancers, shifters, but astrology is a bit unbelievable 😉

What’s your biggest pet peeve in a story? Anything that will make you put a book down?

I like a strong story and relatable characters so I can get annoyed if that doesn’t happen for me. My biggest pet peeve is probably ‘lazy writing’ – where something hugely unbelievable and unrelated appears out of nowhere for the sole purpose of fixing all the obstacles in the story. I think that can sometimes be especially prevalent in genres like fantasy and paranormal, where you have options like magic that can give a ‘quick fix’. For me, it’s more important than ever in these genres that the realism is there to ground the other elements.

Where can readers find you and your books?

I’m on social media at the following links:

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Shelli-Rosewarne-364962230246715/

Twitter – @shellirosewarne

Blog – https://shellirosewarne.wordpress.com/

And you can get my new release, Love Reawakened, here:

Amazon – getBook.at/LoveReawakened

ARE – https://www.allromanceebooks.com/product-lovereawakened-1910642-140.html

Love Reawakened

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For Emma Strachan, raising zombies is all in a day’s work. A girl has to pay the bills somehow! But when what should be a simple raising goes horribly wrong, Emma is forced to ask for help from the one man she swore never to see again.

Garret is used to being a loner, as a necromancer he works best that way and frankly, with the dangers he faces every day, it’s easier not to have to look out for anyone else. When Emma shows up on his doorstep desperate for help, he vows to ignore the raging attraction between them – after all a pretty, fun-loving witch has no place in his world.

Can Emma and Garret put aside old resentments in order to try and defeat a zombie unlike anything they have seen before? When the dust settles, can they count on any future between them?

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Meet the Writer Wednesday: Tara Quan

It’s Wednesday again and time to meet another fantastic author! What lies behind those innovative minds, constantly churning to produce new works for you to read? Well, here’s your chance to find out, as I dive in and chat with some of the talent out there.

Today let’s welcome Tara Quan!

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Layla Tarar
Photo by Melissa Golden

Do you have a quote about writing that speaks to you?

“Exercise those writing muscles until they get itchy if you don’t use them every day.” – Nalini Singh

[Unfortunately, I don’t think I’m there yet. Sundays are sacrosanct, reserved for vegging on the couch.]

Where do you find your inspiration to write?

Books by my favorite authors. Whenever I read something that I immediately want to reread after I finish, I think: “If only I could write like that.” I’m told practice makes perfect, and one day I’ll hopefully get there.

Out of all the characters you’ve written, do you have one you feel like you could write about forever?

My favorite hero thus far is Jack Frost. He has some great lines both as the hero’s best friend in Flirting with Fire, and as the male protagonist in Frosty Relations. He’s super witty, and his somewhat abrasive “bad boy” shell hides a really sweet interior. However, I’ve been told I might have hid his mushy side a little too well…

Every writer needs a break–where would you go on your dream vacation?

Huh. This is a tough one. Right now, I really want to go to the Ice Hotel in Sweden. They build it out of ice every year in the winter and it melts away each summer. From the pictures, it seems like it’d be a magical (if somewhat impractical) stay.

I’ve seen pictures too–it looks stunning! So, what project are you most excited for right now?

I just got the next installment of my A Witch’s Night Out series back from my beta. It needs a few tweaks, and then I’ll have to write the dreaded blurb and come up with a title, followed by the even more-dreaded submissions process. The one person who’s read it (and all my other books) says it’s the best story I’ve written thus far. Unfortunately, every book he’s liked has crashed and burned at the box office.

When you’re not writing, are there any shows on air you tune into?

Right now, I’m addicted to Humans. Each episode ends on a quasi-cliffhanger, which makes the wait oh-so-painful.

Any recommendations for what to read?

Before I pull the trigger on Archangel’s Enigma, I’m rereading the entire Guild Hunter series. It’s sort of a tradition I repeat every time Nalini Singh has a new book out.

What’s your astrological sign?

Depending on the publication, I’m either a Sagittarius or Capricorn. I tried to figure it out using personality profiles, but it didn’t quite work.

That just makes me want to look up your star chart 😀 Now, when you’re reading a book, do you have any pet peeves that irk you or make you want to put it down?

As a die-hard romance reader, I can’t stand it if there’s no happy ending, or if a character I care about dies in the end. Of course, I make exceptions when I read out of genre. For example, I’ve read the entire Song of Ice and Fire series.

Where can readers find you and your books?

Wherever ebooks are sold, but I’ll take this opportunity to plug my website: http://www.taraquan.com/books

Submissive on Display by Tara Quan

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After a disastrous engagement and ensuing public breakup knocks him off this year’s list of Boston’s most eligible bachelors, Luka Petrovich’s confidence in women is at an all-time low. With a psycho ex-fiancé stalking him at every BDSM club, he embraces a prolonged hiatus from his social life. The last thing he expects is to fall into bed with his dog’s sexy sitter. Craving more after the first taste, he can’t wait to handcuff her to his bed. There’s one problem—she’s not a submissive.

Veterinary student Naomi Price is too busy juggling part-time jobs and a full course- load to have a relationship. Though she’s crushed on her client’s gorgeous owner for close to a year, their accidental night together couldn’t have come at a worse moment. With his sexual preferences fodder for countless tabloid blogs, she knows exactly how to keep this Dominant at an arm’s length. So she tells the biggest lie of her life, turns in her notice, and escapes on a vacation to Las Vegas.

At the Carnivore Club, two exhibitionists meet for a one-night stand, unaware their compatibility stretches far beyond a simple limit list. When their identities are revealed, a reluctant sub must face public spanking for her deceit, and accept several delectable wrinkles in her best-laid plans.

Genre: BDSM Romance, Romantic Comedy, Interracial/Multicultural

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Meet the Writer Wednesday- Carolyn LaRoche

It’s that time again, to meet a new talented writer! All the work it takes to put into the books you read means countless hours of writing, editing, and promotion from these authors. This is a chance to get to know the one behind the book.

Today let’s welcome Carolyn LaRoche!

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My favorite quote actually hangs on the wall of my son’s bedroom. He is a huge baseball fan and the poster is of Babe Ruth with the words “Never let the fear of striking out get in your way.” There is so much rejection in this business that it is easy to give up. Or, you can just keep on getting up to bat until eventually you get that homerun.

When you sit down to write, where do you draw inspiration from?

I’m not sure if there is anyone thing that inspires me. There are times that I binge write- even in the middle of the night my brain is plotting and developing characters. Then there are times when I can go days without the interest or the energy to even open a document let alone tell a story. When I get into those sort of lulls, I tend to read a lot. After a while my characters get jealous and start talking again.

Out of all the characters you’ve written, is there one that sticks with you? One you feel you could write about forever?

Probably my most favorite character can be found in Homeland Security. Actually she appears in every book of the series. I call her Aunt Clara as she is the aunt to Logan James and mother of twins Kaiden and Keegan James. Clara is the sort of woman who calls it like she sees it and says whatever comes to mind in every situation. She is independent, can handle a shot gun like a pro and offers a good deal of comic relief to each of the stories she appears in. The James men would consider her the glue that holds them all together.

If you got the chance to vacation anywhere, where would you go?

If I could go anywhere in the world I would visit Italy. My mother’s family is from Italy and we grew up appreciating that heritage. It would be fantastic to try and trace that lineage back a few generations.

What project are you most excited for right now?

I am thrilled with my new release Homeland Security. It’s getting a lot of great feedback from reviewers. Who doesn’t love a sexy man in uniform? I also have another series in edits right now, the first book Undercover in Six Inch Stilettos will be released in early November.

When you’re not writing, what shows do you watch?

Castle. I love that show! I have been a fan of Nathan Fillion since his Firefly days. One of the best shows that never made it on television. He was made to play the role of Richard Castle. I joke my husband sometimes that he is my Beckett- the cop that acts as my muse for story-telling. You will find a little bit of him in every one of my books.

Nathan Fillion’s just fantastic : ) Do you have any books you’d recommend?

I recently discovered author Jill Shalvis by reading her book Second Chance Summer. Every so often my mom will take me to the book store and tell me to pick something out. That day I was looking to try something different than my usual romantic suspense and mysteries. The book was amazing- I couldn’t put it down! I am also a fan of Gena Showalter’s new contemporary series, Original Heartbreakers. I’ve read two of those so far and am about to start a third.

What’s your astrological sign?

I am a Scorpio. I don’t really know much about astrology but people tell me I fit the Scorpio profile very well.

Do you have any pet peeves when you begin reading a book? Anything that might make you stop reading?

If a book doesn’t catch my attention in the first couple of pages, I won’t bother with it. I don’t want to read a lot of flowery words and long descriptions. There needs to be action from the get go. There just isn’t enough time in my life to muddle through a story I am not instantly drawn into. I want a book that forces me to stay up way past my bedtime because I just have to know what happens next.

Where can readers find you and your book?

The easiest place to find me is on Amazon. Several of my books are enrolled in Kindle Unlimited and are free to read for members. I also hang out on Facebook and Twitter pretty regularly. If you stop by my blog, I usually have something going on there about once per week as well.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AuthorCarolynLaRoche?ref=hl

Blog: http://carolynlarocheauthor.blogspot.com/

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7734909.Carolyn_LaRoche?from_search=true

Twitter: @CarolynLaRoche

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Carolyn-LaRoche/e/B005OKHIDI/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0

Homeland Security

By: Carolyn LaRoche

Book 2: Defenders of Love Series

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Fool me once… shame on me. Fool me twice?

Well, Katie has no plans to let that old saying play out in her love life. After being duped by a man who only used her to further his political agenda, Katie has no place in her life for love, for men. She can live with the broken heart, with knowing Nathan slept with her best friend. But when she’s accused of domestic terrorism, thanks to Nathan, she’s forced to accept the help of Homeland Security Agent Kaiden James. Once he gets her off the hook she’ll send him on his way and pick up the pieces of her broken life—no matter how kind, intelligent, or sinfully sexy he is.

When duty called him away from his cousin’s wedding to deal with a high profile case, Kaiden James could hardly believe his eyes. The last person he’d expected to see handcuffed to a table was the lovely nurse that had taken care of his gunshot wound last year. Memories of the sponge bath she’d given him had kept him awake more than a few nights since. Working with Katie will put his professionalism to the test.

Will Kaiden once again let duty come before love?

Buy Link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B014OAOGJC

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Meet the Writer Wednesday- Ember Leigh

Writers work hard spending time with their words, whether it be writing manuscripts, marketing, or blog posts. Every Wednesday we tap into some of that wisdom, and get to learn about another creative person.

Today let’s welcome Ember Leigh!

When it comes to writing, do you have any quotes on the subject that speak to you?

“Write to discover, not to wither.” This is a quote coined by one of my best friends and I. She is also an author and we spent our adolescence cooped up in editing meetings reading each other’s manuscripts, and groaning about the writing process. (Though really, 15 years later, I suppose we’re doing much the same.) We came up with this little nugget during our college years, when reflecting about the first-stage writing process, which includes a lot of question marks: who are my characters? Where is this story going? What will the theme be? Writing to discover is one of the most important stages of the creation process, since none of us comes to the page knowing the full story. As long as you don’t wither during the creative process, then you’re on the right track.

Where do you find your writing inspiration?

Everything around me. I’m not sure how inspiration works, or where it comes from, other than on the back of a Technicolor gilded unicorn who comes flying in and out of my brain without warning. It’s just something that’s been inside my body, within the nooks and crannies of my DNA, since conception. Life is fascinating.

Out of all the characters you’ve written, are there any you feel like you could write about forever?

Why? YES! My first NA novel, which is still in the editing stages, features two characters—Trent and Lucie—that I feel like I could write about for eons. That novel is part of a planned series, so luckily I WILL have the chance to revisit them in later installments, if only peripherally. But there’s something about the chemistry between them. I just love their story, I love their They are long-time best friends turned lovers, and although there was lots of confusion and hesitation, especially as they transition into real-life and adulthood, they are one of the strongest couples I’ve ever written.

If you could dart off anywhere for a dream vacation, where would you go?

I have been itching to get to either Hawaii or Bali (or preferably both) for a couple years now. On the other end of the spectrum, my partner and I are planning our honeymoon to Yellowstone National Park, hopefully for the fall of next year. So really I can’t pick one. The world is too big to only have one dream vacation!

What project are you the most excited for right now?

My travel-themed short story series! It’s my first foray into self-publishing, and it has been such a fun and creative journey. I’m releasing a new installment every month, and each short story features new characters, new locations, and new steamy adventures! I can’t wait to reveal all the destinations and sexy characters I have planned…*evil laughter* I love it so much because I love TRAVEL so much, so it combines my passions (international travel & writing) in a way that feels so organic and also titillating at the same time!

Do you have a favorite TV show on air?

Oh, boy, I’m not sure. I don’t watch television that much. But if I catch re-runs of something in the off-chance I’m watching TV, I always pick “The Big Bang Theory” or “The Office”.

What about books? Any recommendations?

I’m finishing up “Hullabaloo in the Guava Orchard” by Kiran Desai (she wrote “The Inheritance of Loss”), which is a fiction book I picked up while traveling through India and has the lushest imagery I’ve read in a long while. I’m reading Osho’s book “Nowhere To Go But In”, which I also picked up while traveling India. It’s dense but fascinating.

And my favorite question–what’s your astrological sign?

Pisces and proud!

What’s your biggest pet peeve while you’re reading a book?

My pet peeves stem from a lack of editorial eye. Abuse of adverbs, too many tags or pronouns, things like that. Hiring an editor if self-publishing, or finding the right editor within a publishing house, is so important for the final product. Small things like that speak volumes, to me, about the quality of the work overall (and how serious the author is about their work).

Where can readers find you and your work?

Right now, my travel-themed short story series, Erotic Destinations, can be found on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks, and more. Later this year, my forthcoming novel, A New York Minute, will be available in most major outlets via The Wild Rose Press.

Carlos & Casey (Book 1 of Erotic Destinations):

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ZSATW3I

B&N: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/carlos-casey-ember-leigh/1122257742;jsessionid=9F8BFFD9E199C4DDD813526A201ABBBF.prodny_store03-4?ean=2940152210774

iBooks: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/id1016727011

Kobo: https://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/carlos-casey

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Meet the Writer Wednesday- Nancy Sartor

It’s that time of week again, where we meet another awesome writer! Everyone has a different process and style of approach when it comes to writing, and here’s a glimpse inside a new one!

Today let’s welcome Nancy Sartor!

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Do you have a favorite quote about writing that speaks to you?

There’s nothing to writing. All you have to do is sit down at the typewriter and bleed. –Ernest Hemingway

What inspires you to write?

The thought that the idea of the story will disappear if I don’t get it down soon.

Ah, I know that feeling! Do you have any characters you feel like you could explore forever?

Cush who is a giant Ethiopian in the time of Christ is my favorite character of all time. He is wise and funny and difficult to topple.

If you could go anywhere on a dream vacation, where would you go?

Ireland because I am an auburn-haired lassie of the Auld Sod

Do you have a project you’re working on that you can’t wait to share?

My current MIP is a paranormal set in historic Rugby, Tennessee. I am very excited about it.

When you’re not writing, what are you tuning into on TV?

Game of Thrones. That writer has cajones!

What about in the book-o-sphere? Any books you reading?

FOR THE DEAD by Timothy Hallinan

What’s your astrological sign?

I am a Gemini with the moon in the first house and Gemini rising.

When you’re reading a book, do you have any pet peeves that might make you put it down?

I want reasons for what happens. If a man and a woman are to spring apart and then come back together and then spring apart, I want a good, solid reason for each springing apart and each coming back.

Thin characters who act and react but don’t feel.

I’m a POV nazi.

Where can readers find you and your books?

BONES ALONG THE HILL can be found at:

Amazon http://www.amazon.com/Bones-Along-Hill-Nancy-Sartor-ebook/dp/B00PI4BJOO/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=142464769http://www.amazon.com/Bones-Along-Hill-Nancy-Sartor-ebook/dp/B00PI4BJOO

Barnes and Noble http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/bones-along-the-hill-nancy-sartor/1120724583?ean=2940046394368

Smashwords https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/491133

Boroughs Publishing Company http://boroughspublishinggroup.com/books/bones-along-hill

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Meet the Writer Wednesday: Alanna Lucas

Being an author is hard work and there are so many spectacular books waiting to be discovered! That’s why we do this weekly catch up–so readers can get an insight into new authors to check out and discover what inspires them!

author picToday let’s welcome Alanna Lucas!

Previous authors have shed plenty of wisdom regarding the writing process–what’s your favorite quote?

I don’t have just one favorite quote, but one on my list is: “If you want to be a writer, you must do two things above all others: Read a lot & Write a lot.” – Stephen King

Where do you draw your writing inspiration?

The characters that live in my head and the desire to tell their story.

Do you have a favorite character you’ve written? One that you feel like you could write forever?

I love all my characters for different reasons, but one of my favorites is Artemisia from When We Dance. She is not your typical heroine and life with her (and her family) is never dull.

At this point of the year, a lot of people’s brains are drifting to vacation time–what’s your dream vacation spot?

I would love to go on an extended Grand Tour of Europe, immersing myself in the various cultures. What better way to research than to experience?

Like most writers, I’m sure you’ve got a project in the wings–what’s coming up for you?

I am working on the last book- Waltzing with the Earl- in the In His Arms series. Anthea Albryght has been a secondary character in two books and it is exciting to be able to finally share her story.

When you’re not writing, what TV show are you tuning into?

Top Gear UK

Any books to recommend? What’s on your reading agenda?

I am currently reading The Earl’s Enticement by Collette Cameron.

What’s your astrological sign?

I’m a Virgo 🙂

Are there any pet peeves when you read a book that turn you off of it?

When the cover and blurb have nothing to do with what’s inside the book.

Where can readers find you and your books?

www.alannalucas.com

https://www.facebook.com/alannalucas27

https://twitter.com/alannalucas27

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Meet the Writer Wednesday: Erzabet Bishop

It’s that time of the week again, where we get to know another awesome author! Who knows? Maybe you’ll discover some new reads along the way as well!

Today let’s welcome Erzabet Bishop!

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As authors, words are our tools, but also our inspiration. What’s your favorite quote about writing?

It has to be something that Ray Bradbury said about writing a short story a week. Sooner or later you won’t be terrible. That one has gotten me through a lot of learning curves.

Apart from quotes, what other sources do you draw inspiration from?

The will to succeed. I’ve dreamt of being a writer all my life. It takes determination and sacrifice to make it happen. I firmly believe that life is a series of choices and I choose to work toward my goal.

You’ve got quite a catalog of works–are there any characters that are your favorite? That you feel like you could write forever?

Each of the characters I write about are special in their own way. In my newest release Gideon, Sydney and Miles are very special to me. So is Debra. They are all complex characters with foibles and personalities that just beg to be expanded on. And they will be. The second fairy tale is in the works and there will be a short story released during Sci Spanks in June 2015.

If you could take a dream vacation anywhere, where would you travel?

My dream vacation is right where I am now. In front of my computer creating stories for readers to enjoy. Working full time, I have to carve time out to write and I love vacation because those weeks are mine and mine alone.

What upcoming project are you most excited for?

I have several, but the one that is begging to be finished is the second Beyond Fairytales in my Shadow World series.

When you’re not writing, what TV shows do you tune in to?

I love Hannibal and Walking Dead. Off air I got hooked on Breaking Bad.

What books are you currently reading? Any recommendations?

I just finished Sharp Objects and Dark Places by Flynn and wow! They were great. I love reading books outside of my genre and those were amazing. Her voice just takes you there. I’m starting Gone Girl tonight and can’t wait.

And my favorite question–what’s your astrological sign?

Taurus.

When you’re reading a book, are there any pet peeves that might make you put it down?

Echoes. They stand out like little red flags. If you say something once find a new way to say it next time. I find myself doing the same thing in my own writing, so I feel like I can say that. I also detest weak female characters with a passion. You have to have grit and be real at the same time.

Where can readers find you and your books?

Erzabet Bishop’s Amazon page

Don’t miss out on the latest release: Club Beam!

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Blurb:

In the Shadow World, nothing is as it seems.

Detective Sydney Marr is having a very bad day. Her boss is on the warpath, she’s being treated for a werewolf bite, and her current case has hit a dead end. When her friend Erika talks Syd into going with her to Club Beam, she jumps at the chance, even if it means spending an evening without her spell arsenal. A high-class vampire bar and fetish club, Club Beam is fantasy made real.

Club owner and Dom Gideon Raines spies the red-haired beauty and is transfixed. A fight against a skillful murderer brings war for fae and vampire alike. Sometimes when you play with monsters, the monsters play back.

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