Sunday, June 17, 2012

Time for Death by Christie Silvers Blog Tour Interview

Liz Baker, a 32 year old small town bar owner, thought it would be a normal evening of sex in a cemetery with her longtime beau, until she spotted someone in the distance, and all normality in her world ceased to exist.

After several murders in her small town of Tremmel Crossing, Georgia, Liz comes to the realization that the murderer is coming after her, and he’s more dangerous than any human could possibly be.

With the help of her dead mother, bar bouncer, and cemetery lover, Liz learns that the murdering vampire was sent by her biological father to claim her as his own. Only then does she discover her real parentage and underlying special powers.

However, the vampire sent to claim her has powers of his own, most importantly the power to control her mind, emotions and desires. She wants him, needs him, her entire body aches for him, but she soon finds out that she must fight back to save the lives of her friends and loved ones. Only death will release her from Marcus’s powerful hold, but who will die first?

About the Book:
Give me the blurb for the book in 140 characters or less:
With the help of her dead mother, bar bouncer, and cemetery lover, Liz Baker discovers her vampire heritage and supernatural powers.

Do you have a favorite character? Why is he/she/it your favorite?
Liz Baker is by far my most favorite character. She's plucky, sassy, at times funny, and she doesn't take any bull from anyone, and her extensive collection of brightly colored nail polish is to be envied by all.

What do you hope readers will get from your book?
All I ever want is for my readers to have a good time. I hope my stories entertain and leave them wanting more.

About the Author:
What/Who inspires you?
My daughters inspire me. I want to prove to them that they can do anything they put their minds to. They see me working hard every day and I hope it shows them that hard work will eventually net great rewards.

Hardest aspect of writing? Best/Easiest?
The hardest aspect would have to be finding the time to write. I like to have large blocks of time when I write, but that's not always possible. The easiest is how much I love what I do. I love creating new worlds, situations, characters. I enjoy seeing what path my characters will take through conflicts and where the resolution will take them.

Who is your writing hero?
My writing hero has to be my friend Robin Renee Ray. I don't know how she does it, but I swear she cranks out dozens of stories every month. She may not really crank out that much, but it seems like it to me. I can't keep up with all her new releases and wish I could write half as fast as she does.

About the Future:
What’s next for you?
Next up I have an erotic short story coming out in July and the fourth installment of my Liz Baker series coming out in October.

One outrageous goal for the future?
Ooohh, I'd like to join the million-books-sold club on Amazon. That would be outrageously awesome!

Do you have any advice you'd like to share with other aspiring writers?
Be persistent! Persistence is key in this business. You have to keep writing, keep promoting, keep meeting new people, and keep yourself open to new experiences. Writers have a tendency to lock themselves away in their own little solitary worlds, but you have to get out there if you want to make a name for yourself and your work.

Sweet or salty? Sweet
Beach, plains or mountains? Beach
Online, letters or in person? Depends on the person
Ebook or print? E-books

Author Bio:
Christie Silvers is a wife, mother, and writer of urban fantasy with a touch of naughtiness. Creatures that go bump in the night inspire her. From time to time those creatures turn to the saucy side of things and that's when Christie dabbles in the paranormal erotic side of writing. She never knows what the characters will do until they're already doing it, which makes for some interesting late night writing sessions.

Christie lives in north Georgia with her husband of forever, three daughters, four dogs, nine chickens, and numerous outside cats. Aside from reading, writing, laundry, rushing her children to a variety of school functions and trying not to have a panic attack while teaching her 15 year old to drive, Christie spends her spare time wondering when she'll actually have spare time to spare.

Buy Links:
Time for Death
Kill Me Next Week
Killer Intentions

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