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Karen Kelley | A Demon and a Cowboy ~ Win WHERE THERE’S SMOKE
Author Guest / May 25, 2012

I’ve loved paranormal since the days Dark Shadows was on TV. We weren’t allowed to watch TV in the day time so my sister and I used to sneak into the living room and turn it down low. I would stand guard. I always stood guard since I was younger, but I caught enough that I was forever hooked on the genre. For my new series I  knew the heroes would be nephilim. The following is a short excerpt from WHERE THERE’S SMOKE so you’ll have a better idea about the nephilim: Chance skirted the very edges of what was legal—for an angel… Not actually an angel when he thought about it. A nephilim, to be exact. All their fathers were angels. Centuries before, they mated with mortal women. When the women bore children, a new race was created. Immortals with powers—demigods. The children didn’t live by the same rules as mortals, nor that of the typical robe-wearing, bright-light-surrounding-them angels. Hell, most of the time the nephilim were breaking the rules and making up new ones as they went. As long as they didn’t cross over to the dark side, everyone pretty much stayed out of their way. Then we…

Amelia Grey | Questions, Questions, Questions
Author Guest / May 25, 2012

Good morning everyone!  Thank you for having me at Fresh Fiction today. I always enjoy my visits to this fabulous site. You know, as a writer, I get asked the same questions over and over again so I was thinking it might be fun to share with you the top three questions I hear and what I think about them. Without a doubt the most asked question is, “Where do you get your ideas?”  I would love to be able to answer something exciting like “From Mars! Or, I make nightly trips to the moon in a space ship and pick them up from a little green man.” But, alas, that wouldn’t be the truth. The answer is that I sit down in front of the computer and start by saying, “What if?”  As in my book that just came out May 1 A GENTLEMAN SAYS “I DO”.  What if my heroine has to finish her father’s story so he will get paid and she will have enough money to keep the household going? What if the story sheds a slanderous light on the hero’s mother? What if when the hero comes looking for the poet, he find the lovely…