Lana Summers doesn’t want anything to do with paranormal abilities. She’s seen what it did to her mother before her death. Cole Thomas has his own talents, but can Lana accept his when she can’t accept her own? Can Cole convince her to embrace her talents–and accept his–in time?
When Lana’s house is invaded in the middle of the night by an intruder, Lana awakes to a warning in her dream to Run! The warning came from her dead mother.
As she flees to the streets via a window, she finds Cole Thomas. He offers to check her house, and decides she needs protection when his shapeshifter talents tell him that Lana’s invader wasn’t human.
The prophecy must be deciphered–but the one being that knows isn’t talking.. Now, it’s up to them to figure it out. The clock is running, and time is running out.
The Ancient Prophecy
When Two Become One
And One Becomes Two
The problem is–there is more–and they must discover what the more is in time.
This is Book One in the Prophecy series–however this is a stand-alone title. Each book is stand alone in the series.
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
Writing romance can be difficult. In writing general fiction–anything goes. But in romance, the reader has an expectation of a “Happy Ending”. Now, for me, that’s not a problem! That’s why I chose the genre.
The nice thing about romance is you can have many sub-elements: Paranormal, Sci-Fi, Fantasy–the sky is the limit!
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
First–to be a writer, you have to write! You’d be amazed at how many new writers I’ve talked to that say they want to be a writer, but haven’t written anything.
The other think you need to do is read–both in the genre you want to write and others as well. It’s important for you to know how book is put together–plotting, characterization, the whole ball of wax.
It’s also important to have critique partners for your writing, and beta readers. Don’t put your book out there if it has not been read by anyone other than family and friends.
I’ve been writing for as long as I can remember. I began writing romance in my early twenties. I’ve sold books to publishers in the past, but now choose to have my books self-published. I have three cats that delight in being on my computer. They also have a fondness for my office chair. If I get up, they steal my seat almost immediately.
I”m also an avid reader. I love to read in many genres. Many are surprised to learn that I was a police officer, an EMT, and even an English teacher. I’ve had several ‘careers’ in my lifetime. Now, I”m pleased to call myself an author.
I’m a single mother and currently living in Florida, where I’m a full-time writer. I love going to work in my PJs!
As all writers, I’m just a bit crazy.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I began writing this novel as a short story, but then realized it needed to be longer. Eventually, I realized it actually needed to be a series.
I love writing about the paranormal, and wanted to do something a bit different than what is already out there. My story has shape-shifters–but there’s a unique twist in my book! While you’ll find shifters–you’ll find they aren’t your typical ones. They have their own unique mythology in Linked, that I hope you’ll enjoy.