Interview with J.T. Bock

Author J.T. Bock is here with us to answer a few questions about herself.  She’s a sci-fi and paranormal romance writer who has two novels and a short story out so far in her UltraSecurity Series.  Today, we’ll be focusing on her newest novel, Dama X.  You can find out more about it at the end of this post.  She’s also got a giveaway you don’t want to miss!

Now, on to the interview.

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What is the longest you’ve ever stayed awake?  Why?

I stayed awake for nearly 30 hours for my day job—and never want to do it again. I was designing graphics and the document layout for a government proposal. It was due the next day at 11 am to the federal offices in downtown DC. My client used the previous day and night and that morning to tweak and rewrite and redesign the proposal because one of the big bosses hated what the team had written. I was slaphappy as I drove home in morning rush hour traffic—and I’m not even sure how I made the drive back. They did win the government contract so that was a plus for me nearly losing my mind. LOL!

What is your beverage of choice when you first wake up?  What happens if you can’t get it?

I am incredibly thirsty when I wake up and not for just tap water. I want icy cold, Artic-like water that makes my teeth hurt. Load my glass with ice then fill that baby up! If I can’t get it, then I go back to bed because the universe has it out for me that day … just kidding … I whine to my husband who tells me to suck it up. No more sympathy after 20 years of marriage.

Do you have pets?  If so, what kind and do they help you write your books?

I have a rescue dog named Woody. He’s my writing sidekick. He sleeps under my desk when I write and will snuggle me when I’m stressing about a certain scene or plotline (Photo 1). He’s a good listener and only interrupts when it’s dinner or treat time—a perfect gentleman. 😉 Plus, he helped me celebrate my recent book release! (Photo 2)

 

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What is the craziest thing you’ve ever done?

Trying to challenge myself, I’ve taken the advice of Eleanor Roosevelt, “Do one thing everyday that frightens you.” Recently, while in Belize, I went on an ATV excursion. I’d never driven or rode on an ATV and Belize’s safety measures are less than stringent. They didn’t provide helmets and allowed us to wear just swim trunks and tank tops. My steering’s alignment was way off. If I held the handles straight, I ran off the trail and into a tree, which I did three times. Orientation was here’s the break and gas—good luck!

About 12 of us formed a line behind the guide who led us along dirt trails. Well, it was supposed to be dirt trails. This was after the rainy season so we drove through trails that had turned to muddy streams several feet deep. I couldn’t see the large rocks, which could tip me over if I hit them at the wrong angle, and knock me into the orange-brown sludge and possibly give me mud-like superpowers, but I wasn’t taking the chance. After I ran into a tree the third time—seriously, my steering was way off and apparently, you’re not supposed to gun the engine, which would’ve been nice had they kept that tidbit in orientation—the guide offered to drive me. I refused because I was going to make it on my own. I did finish the course, and didn’t end up in a mud bath or injuring any more trees.

 

Name a few of the TV shows you like to watch.

My favorite series are centered on supernatural and fantasy. I love The Walking Dead and The Game Thrones. The storylines keep me guessing, and the character development and arcs are satisfying and realistic—although a few times I’ve cursed the writers (i.e., The Red Wedding). Netflix series, Daredevil and Jessica Jones, have hooked me as well. The writers and actors have portrayed these super humans with depth and complexity. They feel real because they are flawed and are on journeys of self-discovery as we all are even if our journeys don’t involve super strength or super hearing. 😉

What would be your ideal writing retreat?

A cabin in the mountains shared with my critique partners where we can write all day and then go for hikes to de-stress before writing into the evening as we share a bottle of wine and plot scenes together.

What is your favorite outdoor activity?

I love hiking. We live in Northern Virginia and there are hundreds of trails nearby. Less than two hours away is Shenandoah National Park where you can find challenging trails leading to peaceful waterfalls and even have black bears walk across your path. It’s a great way to exercise and be inspired by nature and reset your creativity. My favorite local hike is the Billy Goat Trail at the Great Falls Park in Potomac, Maryland. It’s filled with moderate-to-challenging trails and rock scrambles that lead to breathtaking views of the Mather Gorge and Potomac River.

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Thanks so much for being here today, J.T.!  Some people might not think driving an ATV can be that dangerous, but while I was in the military I lost count of how many times we had soldier deaths related to ATV crashes (during their off duty time).  If you’re not careful, bad things can definitely happen.


AUTHOR BIO

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When J.T. Bock was a child, she wanted to be James Bond or Indiana Jones or a vampire hunter or Wonder Woman. Whatever brought her the most action, adventure and romance while play acting on her stage—otherwise known as her grandmother’s basement. Now J.T. has assembled her own team of action heroes, supernatural creatures and maniacal villains and set them on adventures far from her basement to exotic lands and alternate dimensions.

From a secret location outside of Washington, DC, J.T. conjures these pulse-pounding tales to share with those kindred readers looking for an exciting escape. Her alternate identity enjoys spending time with her workaholic husband and their sidekick rescue dog, traveling to interesting locales (San Diego Comic-Con), and enjoying life to the fullest with an amazing group of family and friends and a good glass of wine.

You can visit her at her website here:  www.jtbock.com

Or her Amazon author page here:  https://www.amazon.com/J.T.-Bock/e/B00BJL8DN0/


GIVEAWAY

J.T. Bock is giving away ebook copies of A Surefire Way (Book 1) and Dama X (Book 2), plus a $10 Amazon gift card to one lucky winner.  Be sure to leave a comment below for your chance to win.  The contest will run to Tuesday, October 4th.  A winner will be chosen and contacted shortly after that.


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Dama X is the second book about genetically modified humans who work for UltraSecurity, a niché security firm which solves crimes committed by other modified humans. Each story focuses on the misadventures of a different agent with loads of cool weapons, super powers, and a little romance at the end.

Here’s the lowdown on Dama X:

After Surefire’s case, UltraAgent Oracle takes time off from using her mind reading abilities—until a horrific transhuman crime forces her back on the job at UltraSecurity. At the same time, an old promise forces UltraAgent Pax to confront a new villain on the scene—Dama X, a Mexican cartel leader with a gender-bending way of dispatching her enemies.

As those close to them become victims, their cases entangle, and Oracle hides an uncontrolled power surge from her boss, Pax—her ex-boyfriend and the one man she secretly loves. If he learns about her unstable power, Pax will remove her from the most important case of her life, even if it means he may die.

Super powers, romance, demi-gods, and unexpected twists follow UltraAgents Oracle and Pax as they travel to Mexico to solve a case that defies explanation.


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Interview with Connie Suttle

I’d like to welcome author Connie Suttle to my blog today, who is here to answer a few questions about herself.  She’s a fantasy, urban fantasy, science fiction, and paranormal mystery writer.  So far, she has about forty-two books and short stories published between nine series.

We’ll be focusing on her Blood Destiny Series today, but her work is generally all linked together in the same universe.  To find out more about the first starter book, Blood Wager, scroll to the bottom of the post.  It’s currently free for a limited time.

Now, on to the interview!

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What is the longest you’ve ever stayed awake?  Why?

Two days—my husband was in ICU and the prognosis at the time wasn’t good.

What is your current country of residence?  Have you visited other countries?

U.S. resident. I’ve visited Canada, Mexico, England, Scotland, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. Loved all of it!

What is your beverage of choice when you first wake up?  What happens if you can’t get it?

Coffee, and I’m quite grumpy if I don’t get my fix!

Do you have pets?  If so, what kind and do they help you write your books?

My cats think they help. I call it cat help, which is worse than no help at all 🙂

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If someone was willing to pay you a million dollars cash to run down the street naked, would you do it?

Depends on which street!

What genres of books do you like to read?

Fantasy, Science Fiction, Paranormal

What is the craziest thing you’ve ever done?

Driven my 1986 Camaro through floodwaters. No worries—I’ll never do that again.

Name a few of the TV shows you like to watch.

Big Bang Theory, Lucifer, Killjoys, Madame Secretary. Loved Limitless, but it was canceled 🙁

What would be your weapon of choice if society crumbled and it was each man/woman for themself?

A ranos pistol

What is your favorite meal (including side dishes)?

Chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes (with gravy) fresh green beans. All home-cooked.

If money were no object, what kind of car would you get?

A Wiesmann GT MF5 “Lizard King.”

Name a mystical creature you wish you could have as a pet.

A dragon.

What would be your ideal writing retreat?

My very own island with a deserted beach view.

What is your favorite outdoor activity?

There’s an outdoors????? When did that happen?

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Connie, thanks for stopping by to visit today!  You and I have the same favorite meal (we must be from the same state, lol).  Love the TV show Lucifer, and I’m just as disappointed that Limitless was canceled.  How could they do such a thing?


AUTHOR BIO

Connie Suttle lives in Oklahoma with her long-suffering husband and three cats. The cats are not long-suffering. In fact, they’ve banded together and hired a lawyer to present all their demands.

You can visit her at her website here:  www.subtledemon.com


GIVEAWAY

Connie Suttle is currently running a free promotion on Amazon for the first novel in her Blood Destiny series, Blood Wager, from now until Sep 25th.  You can pick up your copy at this link:  https://www.amazon.com/Blood-Wager-Destiny-Book-ebook/dp/B0058JT7X4/


bloodwager3dBOOK SUMMARY:

“I agree to pay Sergio Velenci one million pounds if the female takes less than nine days to fully turn.”

Lissa’s life as a vampire begins on the day her husband is removed from life support. Turned by rogues who wager her life, Lissa is running from her maker who is determined to kill her, hunted by the Council who has branded her a rogue and blackmailed by werewolves, who utilize her newly-developed talents for their own gain.

 

***Available on Amazon Kindle Unlimited***


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Interview with K.F. Breene

I’ve got author K.F. Breene here today to answer a few questions about herself.  She’s an urban fantasy, paranormal, and epic fantasy writer with thirteen books published so far.  Her series include the Darkness Series and Warrior Chronicles.  Today, we’ll be focusing on her novel, Chosen, which you can read more about at the end of the post.

Now on to the interview!

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What is the longest you’ve ever stayed awake?  Why?

I’ve stayed awake for 36 hours. I went to Italy and our flight was first delayed in San Francisco, and then in London. I can’t sleep on planes or while sitting upright, so I was awake the whole time. Guinness in Heathrow got me through it. My husband didn’t fare so well.

What is your current country of residence?  Have you visited other countries?

I live just north of San Francisco near wine country in the U.S. I’ve been to Mexico, Canada, and a few places in Europe. I love traveling, so I will definitely be going to more places.

What is your beverage of choice when you first wake up?  What happens if you can’t get it?

I don’t have any sort of “first waking up” anything, other than grumpiness. I don’t really drink coffee, I don’t need to have tea, and I don’t always have a protein shake for breakfast, so it’s a case by case situation. This means that if I wake up and any one thing is missing, it doesn’t put me out in the slightest. I had Pepsi this morning because the husband had opened it. It went well with my slice of pizza.

Do you have pets?  If so, what kind and do they help you write your books?

I don’t have any pets at the moment except two children, who follow me around like puppies. Soon I’ll be getting a Doberman, which is my favorite kind of dog.

If someone was willing to pay you a million dollars cash to run down the street naked, would you do it?

I’ve done it for free. Tequila is a crazy thing. But while sober, I’m still not put out by nakedness. Having kids will do that to a person—you just stop caring. At least I did. If my body is my temple, then I’ve had one too many sacrifices. At four in the morning the other weekend I went to my car in a thong and tank top to hunt for my kid’s pacifier. She was screaming (she’s an infant) and I was at my wit’s end.
Again, I’ve just stopped caring. If it’s the middle of the night and I’m tired—anything goes.

What genres of books do you like to read?

I like everything. If it has a good story, I’ll read it. I need to move around, as well, because I get bored with the same thing too many times in a row.

In unrelated news, I almost always struggle spelling boredom and bored. Why, I don’t no. So that just happened.

What is the craziest thing you’ve ever done?

Jaysus—take a number. I really can’t pick one. If you read my books, especially the straight romances, pick out the craziest thing in there, that you can’t imagine could ever happen in real life, and I guarantee that was based off of personal experience. I love the thrill of the moment, so I just DO. I don’t really think about it. I take risks and act like a lunatic. Add alcohol and a party? Yeah. I’m nuts. I volunteered to be whipped at the S&M street fair in San Francisco (I learned quickly that that is not my thing, but I was tied in—one of my stupider ideas. Yes, I had clothes on).

I took my kid down Bourbon Street at 10pm after a rain storm—she had the time of her life, at 5. I complimented a naked guy at Gay Pride for his huge penis, and muttered that I hoped he was a bottom, because ouch. I jumped off a horse because I thought it was about to buck me off. I’ve streaked, skinny dipped in lakes, peed outdoors (no matter the setting), wandered around the front yard in a robe with a bottle of wine, swam in a fountain after bottomless mimosas on the Las Vegas strip… There’s no end.

All fun and games until the cops are called. And yes, I’ve run from the cops on several occasions when they came to break up a party.  I’m not as crazy now because I’m stuck at home with the kids. Which is probably a good thing. Until they are grown. Then, shenanigans.

Name a few of the TV shows you like to watch.

I don’t really like watching TV. When I do it’s because the husband does nothing else, so I watch Masterchef or Hells Kitchen, because I like Gordon Ramsey, America’s Got Talent and the Voice, mostly because of the announcers, and American Ninja Warrior. Competitions, mostly, so I can shut the brain off. Otherwise, I’d rather be reading or working (which is some part of authoring). Without the kids I’d be forcing myself to go walking or running. When that baby grows up a little bit watch out! I’ll be FREE!!!!

What would be your weapon of choice if society crumbled and it was each man/woman for themself?

Gun. I’d want a rifle for the long shot, and a handgun for running between place to place. Unless people count as weapons, in which case, I’d want to make great friends with someone who had special ops training and a really bad attitude.

What is your favorite meal (including side dishes)?

It changes. I don’t have a favorite. It really depends on my mood.

If you could witness any event in history, what would it be?

I’d love to see the turmoil of the Vietnam era from a distance. I’d want to feel the atmosphere and the tone of that time. See what the media was like and the general outlook. It seems like a crazy time, and I want to feel that, but without actually living it.

What is the weirdest food you’ve ever eaten?

What’s weird to me is tame to a lot of my friends. What I didn’t love was dear heart. Ew. It was cut up and put on my spaghetti (my dad is a hunter). Other than that, I’ve experimented a bit because friends have made me and you can get anything in San Francisco. I wouldn’t know what of that is weird, though. Maybe most.

If money were no object, what kind of car would you get?

I just got one of my dream cars, which is an Audi. It isn’t as cool as I’ve always made it up to be, and for that reason, I don’t really care about cars anymore. Although, if I could go as fast as I wanted, I’d get the fastest car I could and go nuts. I love speed.

Name a mystical creature you wish you could have as a pet.

None. It would probably be a diva. Yeah, unicorn, your horn is great, but your pooping all over the front walk is not. Move along! Don’t you toss your head at me, you’re not that great, I don’t care what the neighborhood kids have to say!

What would be your ideal writing retreat?

I used to write overlooking Ocean Beach. In addition to well built surfers changing and surfing right there, one day I saw dolphins. As far as writing goes, that’s where I like to do it. As far as a retreat goes, I’d rather be somewhere mundane with a bunch of like-minded writers so we can talk business.

When I travel, I like to experience my surroundings and make notes that’ll go in a future books. I don’t like wasting my time with my head in a made-up land, so for me, I don’t write when I travel to great places. That’s why I’d want a mundane place, so I’m not missing out on anything.

You should know that I am an extroverted-introvert. I’m crazy, and like to be in the buzz of people, and like to be OUT experiencing life, but then I need to have some quiet time to process. I need a balance of both. So I’m not like most writers, and staying indoors writing, in a buzzing city, would be torture.

What is your favorite outdoor activity?

A BBQ with friends and fun, especially if there are lawn games or something to do. That’s a good time.

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Thanks for stopping by to visit today, K.F.!  Loved your stories about your wild and crazy times.  Like you, I can be both an extrovert and introvert, so I totally understand how that works.


AUTHOR BIO

K.F. Breene is a USA TODAY BESTSELLING author of the Darkness Series and Warrior Chronicles. She lives in wine country where over every rolling hill, or behind every cow, an evil sorcerer might be plotting his next villainous deed while holding a bottle of wine and brick of cheese. Her husband thinks she’s cracked for wandering around, muttering about magic and swords. Her kids are on board with her fantastical imagination, except when the description of the monsters becomes too real.
She’ll wait until they’re older to tell them that monsters are real, and so is the magic to fight them. She wants them to sleep through the night, after all…

Never miss the next monster!

You can visit her at her website here: www.kfbreene.com


GIVEAWAY

K.F. is giving away a swag pack to one lucky winner.  Leave a comment below for your chance to win.  The giveaway will be open through to Tuesday, September 20th, and the winner will be notified by email soon thereafter.

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chosen-genericBOOK SUMMARY:

**Overall Top 100 Bestseller by USA Today Bestselling Author!**

It is said that when war threatens the world, one individual will be selected by prophecy to lead the Shadow Warriors out of the Land of Mist and reclaim the freedom which has been stolen.
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Shanti has grown up under the constant threat of war. Since she helped her people defeat a raiding party by using a special power, she’s been a hunted woman. Carrying rare abilities and an uncanny fighting aptitude, Shanti is the only hope of salvation for her people. The problem is, she doesn’t believe in her own divinity, and when she flounders, she nearly fails in the duty hanging so heavy on her shoulders.

It seems like any other day when Sanders and his band of misfit boys find a foreign woman clinging to life in the wastelands. Oblivious to the weapon they now have in their possession, they are content to harbor the mysterious woman until she is well enough to continue her journey.

But when the war spreads its arms and lands on her borrowed doorstep, Shanti has no choice but to reveal her secrets, plunging her saviors into danger. If they band with her, they will face certain death. But to trade her to Xandre, the warlord desperate to add her to his war machine, would be to give up their entire way of life.

War is coming. The only choice becomes: Which side do you choose?

***Available on Amazon Kindle Unlimited***


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Interview with Erin Zarro

Erin Zarro is here with us to answer a few questions about herself.  She’s a fantasy, sci-fi, and horror author who has written the Fey Touched series that has two novels out so far.  Today we’ll be focusing on the newest installment, Grave Touched, which you can learn more about at the end of this post.  Also, be sure to check out the giveaway she is offering.

Now on to the interview!

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What is your beverage of choice when you first wake up?  What happens if you can’t get it?

Diet Pepsi. I’m a zombie in a bad mood without it.

Do you have pets?  If so, what kind and do they help you write your books?

I have one, a black cat named Hailey, who hubby and I believe is part vampire. She typically doesn’t help me with my books. The Queen does not concern herself with the needs of the peasants. 😉

If someone was willing to pay you a million dollars cash to run down the street naked, would you do it?

Absolutely! I wouldn’t call myself the bravest person in the world, but for a million dollars, I could get brave!

What genres of books do you like to read?

I’m all over the genre map: paranormal romance, sci-fi, science fantasy, fantasy, and horror, YA of any kind. Sometimes thrillers too.

Name a few of the TV shows you like to watch.

Bones, Game of Thrones, Outlander, and General Hospital (don’t laugh – I’ve watched it since I was a kid.) Kind of a strange mix, huh?

Name a mystical creature you wish you could have as a pet.

A unicorn. When I was a child, I was obsessed with them. Even now that I’ve grown up, I have quite the collection of unicorn figurines. They inspire me. 🙂

What would be your ideal writing retreat?

Somewhere on the lake, quiet, in nature. Maybe a log cabin. Far away from the city. I like to get away from everything, including the internet (don’t hit me). And I’ve always been more inspired near water. It soothes me.

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Thanks for stopping by to visit today, Erin.  I’m with you on the ideal writing retreat.  Lakes, cabins, and water are the perfect setting for creativity!


AUTHOR BIO

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Erin Zarro is an indie novelist and poet living in Michigan. She’s married to her Prince Charming, and she has a feline child named Hailey who she’s convinced is part vampire. She loves all things scary and spooky, and is on a mission to scare herself, as nothing lately has scared her. She writes in the genres of sci-fi, fantasy, and horror. Her first published novel, Fey Touched, is a blend of sci-fi and fantasy, as is Book 2, Grave Touched. She is currently working on Book 3, Ever Touched, and is trying to stay out of trouble. Mostly.

You can visit her at her website here: Http://www.erinzarro.com

Or her Amazon author page here: https://www.amazon.com/Erin-Zarro/e/B005OMCRXW/


GIVEAWAY

Erin is giving away an ebook copy of Grave Touched to one lucky winner.  Leave a comment below for your chance to win.  The giveaway will be open through to Tuesday, September 13th, and the winner will be notified by email soon thereafter.


gt-cover-y-prac3prtcopyBOOK SUMMARY:

Fey Touched – humans, genetically engineered for immortality and flight, tasked with protecting the rest of the world from rogue Fey…

Grave Touched – dead souls in search of living bodies to possess, especially those who’ve had a brush with death…

When Fey Touched Hunter Emily wakes up in a hospital, she doesn’t know that she was in fact dead. Nor does she know that her lover, Nick, broke all kinds of rules to bring her back. But the grave touched do.

Fey Touched Healer Asha does know that her mate, Joe, saved her when her abilities nearly killed her. And she knows the voices in her head are the grave touched trying to stake their claim. Asha needs Joe’s help again, but unfortunately she’s the only one who believes the grave touched exist.

The grave touched are plotting to take over the corporeal world, and they’re gaining strength. Only Emily and Asha stand in their way – and both are about to be possessed.

Grave Touched.

Please note that this book contains explicit sex, explicit language, and violence and is not suitable for those under 18.

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Interview with Debra Dunbar

I’ve got Debra Dunbar here with me today to answer a few questions about herself.  She’s an urban fantasy author who has published sixteen novels so far for two series- The Imp Series, which has 8 books currently, plus 3 stand-alone Imp World novels, and 2 books in a spin-off series. She also has The Templar Series which currently has 3 novels.

For today, we’ll focus on her latest release, Exodus, which is the newest novel in her Imp Series. At the end of this post, you’ll find more details about that and links to where you can pick it up.  There is also a giveaway opportunity, so you don’t want to miss that.

Now on to the interview!

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Do you have pets?  If so, what kind and do they help you write your books?

I have two hellhounds…errr, Bloodhounds.  Bones and Buckwheat (the puppy). They’re not very helpful when it comes to writing due to the lack keyboarding skills. I’m trying to teach them to fetch coffee, but that doesn’t seem to be working out too well.

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If someone was willing to pay you a million dollars cash to run down the street naked, would you do it?

Can I walk? Because as any woman over the age of twelve can tell you, running naked involves an uncomfortable amount of jiggle.

Name a few of the TV shows you like to watch.

I don’t get to watch a lot of TV because of my writing schedule.  Well, that and the fact that I have two sons ages ten and seven. Most of my television tends to be Adventure Time, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, or Scooby Doo re-runs.  I DVR Outlander, Walking Dead, and Supernatural but the few times I get the TV to myself, I tend to binge watch Criminal Minds.

What would be your weapon of choice if society crumbled and it was each man/woman for themself?

A backhoe. Or maybe a combine. I could run over zombies or bad-guys from the comfort of an air-conditioned cab with surround-sound stereo.  Because killing requires a background soundtrack, you know.

What is the weirdest food you’ve ever eaten?

That’s a tough one because I eat pretty much whatever I’m served with the caveat that I don’t want to know what it is beforehand.  Sometimes I don’t know what it was afterwards either.  Hmm, chicken hearts and gizzards when I was in Beijing? Escargot? Canned Chicken a la King?
No – probably guts from steamed Chesapeake Bay Blue Crabs. They call it ‘mustard’ because it’s yellow.  And I’m not a fan. Love the crabs, hate the ‘mustard’.

Name a mystical creature you wish you could have as a pet.

A Pegasus.  I horseback ride, but I suck at it. I think I spend more time on the ground looking up at my pony than I do on his back.  Even with the risks inherent in falling from 1000 feet in the air as opposed to 6 feet up, I’d still go for it.  Maybe I could duct-tape myself to him?

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So glad you could stop by and visit today, Debra.  I’m sure you could walk, rather than run, down the street if you wanted.  Also, I’d love to have a pegasus as a pet, too!  It would make getting around during rush hour traffic a lot easier.


AUTHOR BIO

Headshot 5After majoring in English with a concentration in Medieval Literature and Folklore studies, Debra promptly sold out to the corporate world, occasionally writing marketing copy and op/ed articles for a local city paper. By day, she designs compensation programs, after dark she stuffs her nose into obscure mythology, and feverishly writes her novels.

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 super power is ‘Identify Roadkill’.

You can visit here at:  http://debradunbar.com


GIVEAWAY

Debra Dunbar is giving away a $25 Amazon gift card to one lucky winner.  Leave a comment below for your chance to win.  One random person will be selected on Tuesday, September 6th, and notified by email soon thereafter.


Exodus - Ebook SmallBOOK SUMMARY:

New to the Imp Series? Start with Book 1 – A Demon Bound – for FREE.

Exodus – The elves have a plan to save humanity…by enslaving them. And the angels are too busy to intervene.
Aaru is at war. The rebel angels are calling for Sam’s exclusion from the Ruling Council and her banishment to Hel. But Sam’s isn’t the only future at risk. If they’re defeated, Gregory and his brothers will face exile, losing everything they’ve spent billions of years to build.
The fate of heaven and earth is in the balance, and only an angel from Hel can save them both.


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