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About the author:
She currently holds the crown for Queen Procrastinator – something she’s very proud of – so you can usually find her online, somewhere, when she really should be writing.
What inspired you to write your book?
A writer buddy set up a group project to write the Woodland Creek series. 30 authors, 30 shifter stories. I wanted to be slightly different so my shifter was a Viking. And from there, the voices wouldn’t stop talking to me!
Here is a short sample from the book:
I’d seen a lot of demons in my time, but this little bastard was a first on me. It was small, yellow and extremely fast. It darted around the room while Kol watched and I stood stock still with shock.
“What the ever loving fuck is that?” I said as I grabbed my dagger and stood ready to defend myself. If the little fucker had waited a couple of minutes so that I could manage to get Kol’s affirmation that he would help me, I would have been a happy bunny right now. As it stood, I was still up shit creek without a paddle. Difference was, this time I had an onlooker who was mildly interested in the outcome.
I glared at Kol, willing him to do something other than stand there with no shirt on wearing only jeans he probably poured himself in to. Bastard. No one told me he’d look this good. Then again, everyone at Battle had been shit scared to tell me anything until I threatened blue murder.
Distracted, the little yellow demon made a run at my legs and I immediately went to pull back my limb, ready to punt him across the room.
“If you kick him in the head, he multiplies.” I heard Kol mumble just as I was in the swinging motion to make contact with the little bugger’s head.
“What?” I squeaked, staggering whilst trying to keep the momentum out of my leg so I wouldn’t hit him where I was aiming for.
Too late. Crap.