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Sunday, October 23, 2016

P.C. Cast Author Interview

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P.C. CAST is the #1 New York Times and USA Today Best-Selling author of the House of Night Series and a member of the Oklahoma Writers Hall of Fame. With more than 20 million copies in print in over 40 countries, her novels have been awarded the prestigious: Oklahoma Book Award, YALSA Quick Pick for Reluctant Readers, Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Award, the Prism, Holt Medallion, Daphne du Maurier, Booksellers’ Best, and the Laurel Wreath.

Ms. Cast was born in the Midwest, and grew up being shuttled back-and-forth between Illinois and Oklahoma, which is where she fell in love with Quarter Horses and mythology. After high school she joined the United States Air Force and began public speaking and writing. After her tour in the USAF, she taught high school for 15 years before retiring to write full time. Ms. Cast lives in Oregon surrounded by beloved cats, dogs, horses, and family.

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Series: Tales of a New World (Book 1)
Hardcover: 608 pages
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin (October 18, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1250100720
ISBN-13: 978-1250100726

What 3 words would you use to describe your book?


Writing a fantasy book seems like such a daunting task. How did you plan out the world?

It is a daunting task, indeed! Well, the inspiration for the plot came from the bond between my amazing personal protection dog, an Eastern European German Shepherd named Badger, and me. He’s my hero, my Warrior, and my confidant. He loves me unconditionally and would give his life for me.

Then a move to the northwest (Portland, OR), lit my imagination on fire. This part of the world is so incredibly beautiful! So, I had my setting and my basic plot inspiration. Then I called one of my best friends, Christine Zika, who was the editor for my Goddess Summoning Series. She and I had an old fashioned brainstorming session, and from that I wrote a loose outline. I did a lot of research about the NW (including fabulous hikes!), and of course I asked for my dad’s help with creating the biology of my post apocalypse world - and then dove in!

I'm intrigued by the idea of a totally different world with animal allies and Earth Walkers. Where did you get your ideas for this book?

Thank you for asking! The idea of animal allies and the bonds formed between animals, at first specifically canines and humans, was inspired by my bond with my working dog, Badger. I had something scary happen in my life about four years ago, and I decided to invest in a personal protection canine. I’ve always had a menagerie of dogs, cats, horses, rabbits, guinea pigs, etc., etc., but I had no experience with working dogs or German Shepherds. They delivered Badger, my personal protection canine, and the moment he and I met we had an immediate connection. It was like nothing I’d ever experienced before, and was so profound that I knew it must be the foundation for a new adventure – for me and for my readers! I, of course, had to include other fabulous canine familiars, as well as a variety of felines, equines, and many other surprises.

The physical setting was inspired by my move to the northwest. The beauty and wildness of the landscape surrounding me set my imagination on fire, and as usual, I turned to my brilliant father who helped me extrapolate what might happen to our world if it had survived a series of massive solar flares that changed the atmosphere, topography, flora and fauna – as well as humans. Then I added a big dose of goddess magick!

Which do you find the hardest to write, the first or the last line of your novels? Why?

Definitely the first. I always struggle with a manuscript until a little after the midway point, then it’s like I’m on a roller coaster that’s finally found its downhill track, and the rest of it speeds by – including the final line.

What scene in the book are you proudest of, and why?

That’s a really hard question to answer! I’m very proud of this book, this world, this series – but if I have to choose one scene it has to be a scene between Mari and her mother – the one that happens after Mari calls down sunfire for the first time. It was one of the most difficult scenes I’ve ever written. I felt every word of it, and I am proud of every word. I can’t say more without giving away a major spoiler!

Thinking way back to the beginning, what’s the most important thing you've learned as a writer from then to now?

To follow my gut, but to do it by using my brains and my experiences in the business. Also, to be kind to myself. Writers can have some very weird work hours. Sometimes I put in weeks of twelve hour days all in a row, and sometimes I take breaks in the middle of books to rethink plots, scenes, and characters. It’s easy to get down on myself during the breaks, and even after writing thirty plus books I have to remind myself that just because I’m not in front of my computer typing that doesn’t mean I’m not working.

What do you like most about the cover of the book?

The gorgeous German Shepherd modeled after my dog, Badger who inspired the series!

Which part of the writing process do you enjoy more: Drafting or Revising?

Revising! Definitely! I revise the entire time I’m writing. Then when I finally finish my first draft I put it aside for about a week, then gleefully go back and begin revising from page one!

What would you say is your superpower?

Creativity! And it’s definitely a super power. I’m surprised (and grateful!) over and over again as my creativity imagines new adventures and worlds and characters with which to fill them.

What’s up next for you?

Finishing SUN WARRIOR, book two in this series. Also, Kristin and I are going to begin a new YA series called THE DYSASTERS, which we’re super excited about! The first two books will be released spring and summer of 2018. And hard at work on a 10th anniversary House of Night surprise for our fabulous fans!


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Favorite Superhero? Wonder Woman and Superman – I love them equally.
Favorite TV show? Currently Outlander
Sweet or Salty? Salty
Any Phobias? Birds and big things under the water – like the bottoms of ships. (shudder)
Song you can’t get enough of right now? Buffalo Springfield’s For What it’s Worth
Fall Movie you’re most looking forward to? WONDER WOMAN!! But, it’s not out until 2017 
(it was the first movie I thought of).
If you could only eat one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be? PASTA!

#1 New York Times bestselling author, P.C. Cast, brings us a new epic fantasy set in a world where humans, their animal allies, and the earth itself has been drastically changed. A world filled with beauty and danger and cruelty…

Mari is an Earth Walker, heir to the unique healing powers of her Clan; but she has cast her duties aside, until she is chosen by a special animal ally, altering her destiny forever. When a deadly attack tears her world apart, Mari reveals the strength of her powers and the forbidden secret of her dual nature as she embarks on a mission to save her people. It is not until Nik, the son of the leader from a rival, dominating clan strays across her path, that Mari experiences something she has never felt before…

Now, darkness is coming, and with it, a force, more terrible and destructive than the world has ever seen, leaving Mari to cast the shadows from the earth. By forming a tumultuous alliance with Nik, she must make herself ready. Ready to save her people. Ready to save herself and Nik. Ready to embrace her true destiny…and obliterate the forces that threaten to destroy them all.


CREDIT: From Moon Chosen by PC Cast. Copyright © 2016 by the authors and reprinted by permission of St. Martin’s Griffin. 

Mari braced herself, and as she had so many times before, felt her mother stiffen while energy surged through Leda and into Mari, sizzling through her palm, down her arm to swirl around and around inside her, growing in power with each second that passed. Mari’s heartbeat began to hammer and her breathing suddenly increased until she was panting as hard as was the pup. In her arms, Rigel whined uncertainly.

“Focus.” Her mother’s voice was only a whisper, but Mari could feel it through her whole body. “You can do this. The power is not yours to keep – your body is merely its channel. Borrow serenity from the image of the Earth Mother. Though you may be surrounded by chaos or sickness or injuries, find the true you within. Release that which belongs to the world –fears, worry, sadness, so that the silver stream may wash unimpeded through you. It is a waterfall at night. Rigel is the basin that must hold it.”

Mari stared at the beautiful image of the Earth Mother that Leda pruned and cared for so lovingly. But, as always, the figure was only foliage and art to Mari. She couldn’t feel the divine presence her mother revered. She could not find her true self – her center. “Mama, I c-can’t. It’s s-so c-cold. It- it hurts.” Mari stuttered through chattering teeth.

“Only because the healing power is not meant for you. Release the fears of your body, Mari. Focus! Find your grounding and become a channel for the moon’s energy. Tonight you must succeed. If you do not, your Rigel will surely die.”

Her mother’s words exploded through Mari’s body. “No! He can’t die. I won’t let him.” She gritted her teeth against the cold and tried to focus past the pain – to release the cacophony of emotions that swirled through her body unimpeded – and to be the channel for the moonfall of water. Yet, still the power was a whirlpool within her. It terrified Mari and threatened to suck her down to drown in its freezing depths. 

This was when she usually failed. This was when she dropped her mother’s hand and allowed sickness to claim her so that she vomited, dry heaving misery and moonlight while Leda stroked her back, consoling her with calm, loving words that reminded Mari there would be a next time – she would do better the next time.

But there was no next time for Rigel, and Mari refused to lose him. Think! Focus! 

“Mari, slow your breathing. Calm your heart. This is no longer practice. You either heal Rigel, or fail and he dies from shock and blood loss. This is your reality.”

“That’s it, Mama! I need to make this my reality!” Mari squeezed her eyes closed. Could that be the answer? Could it really be that simple? Mari imagined that she was in their burrow, alone, sitting at her desk preparing to create a sketch. Her gulping breath slowed. Her hammering heart quieted. Mari found her grounding as she envisioned a blank sheet of paper. On that paper her imagination began to quickly, easily, sketch an image of herself, sitting crossed-legged with Rigel spread across her lap. From above her silver light cascaded into her lifted palm, washing through her body in a glistening wave to spout from her other palm, which was pressed against the pup’s bloody chest. Eyes still tightly shut Mari worked on the scene, creating a picture of Rigel’s body that was washed clean of blood by the liquid light, leaving behind wounds that were neatly closed and already healing.

Suddenly the cold tide within Mari was controllable. Instead of drowning her, it used her as a conduit, passing through her harmlessly as she let go of the energy. I’m doing it! I’m doing it! And just that quickly her concentration shattered. The picture she’d been creating disappeared along with the tide of power within her.

“No! No! Get it back! I was doing it – it was working,” Mari gasped, gripping her mother’s hand like a lifeline.

“It’s too late. The sun is fully risen. Even with your help I cannot call the moon back to me,” Leda knelt beside Mari, gently disentangling her daughter’s hand from hers. “But it was enough. You did it, sweet girl. I knew you could. Praise the Earth Mother and the blessed Moon! You have saved him.”

Feeling dizzy and disconnected, Mari looked down at Rigel. The pup wagged his tail animatedly and sat up, licking her face. Even though she felt light-headed, she laughed weakly and put her arms around him. He nested there, curled against her body and, sending her waves of contentment, Rigel fell sound to sleep in her arms. With a trembling hand, Mari brushed aside the blood-matted fur on his chest. What had only moments before been deep, seeping, whip-like lacerations were now pink lines of newly joined flesh that had ceased bleeding.

“I knew it was true. You do have my powers and more.”

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Friday, October 21, 2016

C.C. Hunter Author Interview

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C.C. HUNTER is the author of the New York Times bestselling Shadow Falls series. She lives in Spring, Texas where she's at work on her next novel.

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Was there a defining moment during your youth when you realized you wanted to be a writer?

Can I say no and yes? Being dyslexic, I didn’t even consider being a writer when I was young. I didn’t read for pleasure until I was over twenty. But being southern, storytelling was a part of my life. Even at the dinner table when we were telling about our day, you had to make it good. And I was pretty good at it. I practiced a lot. You see, if I hadn’t been dyslexic, I’m sure I would have been a book nerd because I loved getting lost in a different world. So, instead of reading, I retreated alone to a spot in the woods, or I’d go to a small creek about a mile from my house, and I told myself stories about cute boys and adventures. A story went on in my head for months. So in a way, even though I didn’t really know it, I was writing books in my head. I was twenty-three before I even considered trying to actually write. I had so much to learn, because while storytelling was in my blood, writing a story is different. I had to learn how to write and how to deal with the dyslexia.

In your new book; MIDNIGHT HOUR, can you tell my Book Nerd community a little about it and why they should read your novel?

It’s a story about discovering your self-confidence. About a dyslexic witch (I wonder where I got that from?) learning to not let her disability define her, but instead to embrace what the disability can teach her. It’s about young love, forgiveness, and how far you would go to save someone you love. It’s about friendship, laughter and learning to fight for things you believe in. But it’s also about saying goodbye to Shadow Falls. Midnight Hour is the last book in the series. In it, we watch Miranda, Della, and Kylie graduate.

For those who are unfamiliar with Miranda, how would you introduce her?

Miranda is a dyslexic witch and dyslexia is hard for anyone, but for a witch, it can mess up your spells and make you a real screw up in the eyes of other witches. In spite of feeling inadequate and insecure, Miranda is part sassy and part sweet. Like most teens, she struggles with the relationship with her parents, whom she recently discovered has kept secrets from her all her life. She’s never felt courageous, but when someone she loves is kidnapped and the only way to save them is to take their place, she finds a streak of courage she didn’t know she had. While she’s a girl on the brink of becoming a woman, she struggles with her emotions for a boy who she loved but has already left her twice.

What was the most surprising thing you learned in creating Miranda?

When I started writing Shadow Falls, it was in Kylie Galen’s POV. But her two roommates, Miranda and Della, were such great characters, I knew they had tremendous depth and would make great protagonists themselves. In Awake at Dawn, the second book in the series, I had Miranda catch a fellow competitor in her magic competitions spying on her at Shadow Falls. At the time, other than her being concerned that Miranda might best her in the competition, we didn’t understand why this girl, Tabitha, was spying on her. When I started writing Spellbinder a novella about Miranda, I was surprised to learn that this girl was Miranda’s half-sister. I love it when secrets and surprises about the characters start coming out and I’m as shocked as the reader. Miranda was full of surprises. The tattoo she gets after visiting a fortune telling witch, and how it starts growing, came to me out of left field. I didn’t know what it meant until the story got going.

Why do you feel you had to tell this story?

I wrote Kylie’s story. I wrote Della’s story. I couldn’t leave Miranda out. When she first came into being, and I gave her my own disability of dyslexia, I felt compelled to write her story so I could watch her really overcome the self-esteem issues that so often come with dyslexia. I also really wanted to go into Perry Gomez’s story. And Perry gets his own point of view in Midnight Hour as he reconnects with his parents who abandoned him at three years of age. It’s a heart-tugging story.

Who is the first person you call when you have a bad day?

Depends on what kind of a bad day it is? My hubby is good for some bad-day issues. But you know there are some things only a girlfriend can really help you solve. So I run to Susan Muller, Lori Wilde, Diane Kelly, or my assistant Kathleen Adey. They are all writers.

What’s your most missed memory?

I would say all my memories of my grandmother. She was a woman born before her time. She was a genius. And the society views on women of her time held her back from accomplishing so much more. Born in 1913, most women didn’t go to college. She went and graduated with two degrees. English and Education. She wanted to be a writer. Even had a job offer at a newspaper, but her older brother refused to let her accept the position. You see, ladies didn’t do that kind of work. So she taught school instead. She was my biggest supporter. She was alive when my first book was published. She was so proud of me. And I was proud of her. While she never started writing, she was an awesome teacher.

What decade during the last century would you have chosen to be a teenager?

I hated being a teen. I think that’s why I can write the angst in my young adult novels. But I think it might have been easier being a teen in the 1980s. Before social media and during a time when women felt less pressure to have a career and still be the perfect housewife.

What is the one, single food that you would never give up?

Pizza, ice cream, chocolate. Oh, you said just one. Sorry, but I’m not sure I could live without any of them.

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Just because you think you might be in love with someone doesn’t mean you can’t admire another’s derrière.

When you lose your sister, you lose a part of yourself.

Love can make you do crazy things—like go on the lam with a guy wanted by the FRU.

Sometimes doing the right thing can hurt, but it’s still right.

If you can be anything, sometimes the hardest thing to be—is yourself.

Who knew that becoming a pink polka dotted elephant could save people you love?

Crawling under a dark, damp house with spiders and rodents is unpleasant, even when you’re a snake.

Being stuck between two guys is like being the white filling of an Oreo. And when you pull it apart, you’ll stick to only one wafer.

Some families have the occasional skeleton in the closet, other families have a warehouse full.

Sometimes the truth is sharp and jagged and can cut you.

Belief in yourself not only changes how you see yourself, but also how others see you.

Change can be both exhilarating and scare the crap out of you—all at the same time.

Some of us are born fighters and others need a little training.

Breaking up is hard to do!

There is a girlfriend code of ethics that shouldn’t be broken.

Parents makes mistakes, some of them are forgivable. Others should have never become parents to start with.

Sometimes when someone says they are there to help you, it’s hard to believe—especially if it’s an armadillo.

Becoming who you need to be is sometimes more about accepting who you are.

Our decisions, the paths we think we should take are often paths that our parents guided us to follow. Sometimes we need to stop and listen to our own hearts to know which road to take.

Sometimes the irritating tension between two people can end up to be a different kind of tension--one that involves the heart.

Sometimes the hardest thing to forgive someone is when someone you love puts themselves in a dangerous situation. But sometimes when we do put ourselves in danger, we’re doing to save the same person who will likely never forgive us.

Even in the supernatural world, men are from Mars and women are from Venus. We will never quite see things the same way, but it’s a lot of fun trying.

No matter terrible or horrific things stem from family linage, you don’t have to follow that path. The sins of our fathers are not our sins to bear. Our destinies are our own.

There is almost nothing that can’t be solved at a round-table-diet-coke discussion.

Graduation means saying goodbye. Graduation means leaving pieces and parts of our past behind. But it is a passage that we must take in one of the first steps into adulthood.

Fighting Back Teasers

If you don’t talk about problems in your relationship, they can fester.

Relationships are alive, they need to be fed, watered and given TLC to continue to flourish.

When you have to fart, make sure you sit next to a dog you can blame.

Sometimes a thing can start out feeling like a curse, but end up feeling like a gift.

A relationship is never fifty-fifty. Sometimes you end up giving more and sometimes you end up getting more, but watching that balance is essential to keeping love alive.

There is such thing as the perfect apology.

Sometimes the people you respect don’t deserve it. Sometime people use their status and power for their own good, or for the good of evil.

The past is meant to be overcome. Holding on to hatred and grievances will keep you from finding the best future.

When one window is locked, use another. But be prepared to face a pissed off vampire protecting her friend who purposely locked that window.

Ghost are a real B with an itch to deal with, but most of the time, they are there to save the day.

Sometimes it’s the most unlikely friends who can help save you.

Even when someone you love dies, you don’t give up. You never, ever give up!

After captivating millions across the globe, the Shadow Falls saga reaches its final—and most unforgettable—chapter yet! Prepare to fall in love all over again...

Being a dyslexic witch is a curse in itself, but Miranda Kane’s time at Shadow Falls has helped her harness her magical powers. Now, just as she’s finally mastered them and is preparing to graduate with her friends, a near-death experience threatens to ruin it all.

Miranda awakens in the hospital with a mysterious tattoo that no one can explain. As she struggles to make sense of it – and questions her feelings for a certain irresistible shape-shifter and a hot new guy – the strange markings begin to spread all over her body, leaving her desperate to find answers. But before she can solve that problem, a new one arises: her sister is missing.

Has her sister been kidnapped? Miranda will risk her life to find out. Will she live to share the day she’s worked so hard for with her friends? When the clock strikes midnight, will Miranda make it to her graduation at Shadow Falls?

C.C. Hunter brings The Shadow Falls saga to a spectacular conclusion in this thrilling finale: Midnight Hour!

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Enter the Library, where no one knows how the stories end . . . and finding out will be terrifying.

There’s a place beyond this world, beyond the land of the living, where ghosts go to write their unfinished stories—stories that ended too soon. It’s a place for unexplained phenomena: mysteries that have never been solved, spirits that have never been laid to rest. And there’s only one way in or out.

It’s called the Library, and you can get there with a special key. But beware! Don’t start a story you can’t finish. Because in thislibrary, the stories you can’t finish just might finish you.

Marcus O’Mara is a 13 year old guy at a crossroads. He constantly finds himself in trouble at school, with his friends, and with his adoptive parents. Marcus doesn’t believe things can get any worse for him…until they get worse.

Much worse.

He begins seeing strange and impossible visions; gets thrown into paranormal danger and is haunted by a mysterious ghost with a singular goal: to give him a key.

It’s a key that opens the door to a mysterious library. When that door opens, the incredible adventure for Marcus and his friends begins as they learn the truth about Marcus’ past and uncover the strange world of unfinished stories that are found on the shelves of the Library.

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A Guide to the Other Side by Robert Imfeld

Series: Beyond Baylor (Book 1)
Hardcover: 320 pages
Publisher: Aladdin (October 4, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1481466364
ISBN-13: 978-1481466363





A boy and his ghostly twin sister work together to pass messages from the beyond in this funny paranormal debut.

There are a few things you should know about Baylor Bosco: He’s thirteen-years-old, he has a twin sister, and he really does NOT like ghosts…which is problematic because he’s a medium and sees ghosts everywhere.

Oh, and his twin sister, Kristina? She’s a ghost too.

They’ve been working as a pair for years, expertly relaying messages from ghosts to their still-living loved ones. Baylor’s even managed to come up with an introductory phrase—one that he has to use far too often.

But when a strange ghost shows up close to Halloween, a grown man, covered in a sheet, with only his black leather shoes showing from the bottom, Baylor starts to wonder if something else has taken notice of him. And when his sister goes missing, somehow ghost-napped, he’s forced to figure out the truth about the Sheet Man and his sister’s disappearance, all without his usual ghostly ambassador.

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Robert Imfeld grew up in Orlando, FL, and, like any self-respecting Floridian, evenly split his free time between the beach and Disney World. After graduating from the University of Florida, he put his journalism degree to good use by saving lives at a luxury resort (some call this “lifeguarding”) in Orlando, interning/brewing coffee at a production company in L.A., and managing finances for country songwriters in Nashville. He now lives in New York City, where he works on the Diary of a Wimpy Kid marketing team by day and writes kids' books by night. Follow him on Twitter @robbyimfeld.

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{Nerd Blast} Mind Games by Heather W. Petty

Series: Lock & Mori
Hardcover: 304 pages
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers (December 6, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1481423061
ISBN-13: 978-1481423069

"[A] splendidly resourceful heroine,...Mori keeps her own wise counsel and solves the many puzzles around her." (Kirkus Reviews)

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Sherlock Holmes and Miss James “Mori” Moriarty may have closed their first case, but the mystery is far from over in the thrilling sequel to Lock & Mori, perfect for fans of Maureen Johnson and Sherlock.

You know their names. Now discover their beginnings.

Mori’s abusive father is behind bars…and she has never felt less safe. Threatening letters have started appearing on her doorstep, and the police are receiving anonymous tips suggesting that Mori—not her father—is the Regent’s Park killer. To make matters worse, the police are beginning to believe them.

Through it all, Lock—frustrating, brilliant, gorgeous Lock—is by her side. The two of them set out to discover who is framing Mori, but in a city full of suspects, the task is easier said than done. With the clock ticking, Mori will discover just how far she is willing to go to make sure that justice is served, and no one—not even Lock—will be able to stop her.

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Heather has been obsessed with mysteries since she was twelve, which is when she decided that stories about murders in London drawing rooms and English seaside villages were far superior to all other stories. Lock & Mori is her first novel. She lives in Reno, Nevada with her husband, daughter, and four hopelessly devious cats.

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