Inside a Paranormal Author’s Mind


 I’m so excited that Paranormal Lia Davis has dropped by to talk to us about her latest book, Winter Eve. This story is a great way to warm up on those cold winter nights.

Winter Eve--Paranormal from Lia Davis

Winter Eve–Paranormal from Lia Davis

There comes a time when setting your differences aside isn’t just necessary, it’s a means of survival. After losing over half of their dens to a group rogue shifters, the wolves and leopards merged as one Pack, but living together is much more of a challenge then they expected.

It’s a wonderful, intriguing, and scary place to be. But I wouldn’t trade mine for anything. LOL.

So what is it like? Well sometimes you feel like at outsider around non-writers, or just non-artistic people in general. I’m a little reserved when meeting new people, because I don’t think like others. My mind is always running. My muse is always searching for new plot ideas, watching others reaction , or she’s just plotting world destruction with the bad guys. Some of the things I think of will make people leery of me if they don’t know that I’m teasing. So my serious side comes out, until I get to know that person.

Around my friends and family, I’m more open and a little sarcastic. I’m able to speak freely without strange looks. Umm, that’s not true. They do give me strange looks, but they’re my friends, so I give them back. LOL.

My day job is stressful and we deal with a lot situations where humor is the only way to stay sane. So my strange and random thought process is welcome to break the tension. They just never know what I’ll say. All my co-workers know I’m a writer and some have read my books and keep reading each new release. I have great friends. LOL.

The wonder part about being a writer is I get to create new worlds and characters, fall in love with them, share with my readers, and get awesome feedback from my readers (aka author stalkers.) Yep, I’m an author stalker, too. J Virtually of course, and never in a freaky, sicko way either.

What’s intriguing? The mystery of not knowing when my characters will decide to change the outline on me. That’s always fun. I have to trust that they will get me back on the road.

Now the scary part. I have demons, magically beings, dragons, wolves, leopards, warlocks, and a bunch of evil-take-over-the-world people living inside my head. There is always a chance that someone will die. I’m never sure who it will be.

Thanks for coming by! Best wishes, Lia.

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For more information about Lia’s most recent work, keep reading!

Winter Eve

Danica Welsh was born to be the leopard pack healer. An accident involving a drug induced youth left her badly burned and scared—emotionally and physically. Without the ability to heal by touch, she secludes herself to the edge of town, away from AshwoodFalls’ overly concerned citizens. All hope of mating and family become a distance dream. When she finally starts to accepts the long, lonely existence ahead of her, a stranger crashes into her life, and her heart.

After Nevan Mathews’ fiancée died three ago, he submerged himself into his work, cutting off all reminders of a life he dreamed of with the woman he loved. He lets his step-mother talk him into taking the first vacation in five years to visit for the holidays. But an accident delays his travel plans, sending him to Danica’s doorstep and raises a need he thought he would never feel again.

Can they tear down the walls around their hearts and submit to the passion before another claims Dani for his own?

Warning: Contains a shifter who’s scars run deeper than skin, a human who has the heart of a shifter, and a snow storm that’s sure to have them both reaching for warmth.

Excerpt:

Movement to his right caught his attention, and he narrowed his eyes for a better look. A large leopard crouched, staring at him from the roadside. With eyes that reflected the full moon’s light, the creature blinked and let out a soft growl before it turned to walk up a gravel driveway.

The animal was beautiful, scary, and its eyes held a hint of humanity. Could it be a were? Sarah hadn’t said anything about others living this far up the mountain. When the beast turned to look at him, he swore it wanted him to follow. He took a step forward, and the cat started walking again.

“Oh, great, Nev. You’re being lead away by a cat, like Alice and that damn rabbit,” he muttered to himself. No one would ever believe him. In fact, it was probably leading him to the den to share with the rest of the pack. Shaking his head at the ridiculous thought, he walked up the driveway. The cat sped up, running ahead much too fast for him. Then it darted into the woods a few feet from a single-story log cabin nestled into the surrounding trees. Another step caused a blinding light to click on, illuminating the front of the yard and the cabin. A few moments later, the door opened, revealing the most beautiful woman he’d ever seen. She stepped out onto the large wide porch. Her straight silk-like strawberry blond hair cascaded over her shoulders and stopped at her waist. The light of the full moon cast against her pale skin made her look like a goddess.

“What can I do to help you?”

Her velvety smooth voice warmed his body and awoke a very specific part of his anatomy. It was several seconds before he found his voice and shook out of the trance she’d cast upon him. “I crashed my car and wondered if you have a phone. My cell doesn’t get service up here.”

“I don’t have a phone.” Her gaze left him to search their surroundings and stopped as she glanced toward the dark sky as though she saw something he didn’t, or couldn’t, see. “But, come inside. You’ll freeze to death in the storm.” She turned and walked back inside.

Storm?

A single snowflake drifted in front of his face, landing on his nose.

About Lia Davis:

Paranormal Author Lia Davis

Paranormal Author Lia Davis

Lia Davis is a mother to two young adults and two very special kitties, a wife to her soul mate, a paranormal romance author, graphic designer, and co-owner to Fated Desires Publishing, LLC. She and her family live in Northeast Florida battling hurricanes and very humid summers. But it’s her home and she loves it!

An accounting major, Lia has always been a dreamer with a very activity imagination. The wheels in her head never stop. She ventured into the world of writing and publishing in 2008 and loves it more than she imagined. Writing and designing are stress relievers that allow her to go off in her corner of the house and enter into another world that she created, leaving real life where it belongs.

Her favorite things are spending time with family, traveling, reading, writing, chocolate, coffee, nature and hanging out with her kitties.

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Title: Winter Eve, AshwoodFalls prequel
Author: By Lia Davis
Publisher: Fated Desires Publishing

Buy Links:

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Winter-Eve-Ashwood-Falls-ebook/dp/B00AP97Y3C/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&qid=1355751049&sr=8-8&keywords=lia+davis

B&N: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/winter-eve-lia-davis/1045447813?ean=2940016105901

ARe: https://www.allromanceebooks.com/product-wintereve-1026088-139.html

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6 thoughts on “Inside a Paranormal Author’s Mind

  1. kazza16 says:

    Hi Patricia, thanks for inviting Lia and the gang today. Lia’s new series Ashwood Falls is going to be amazing!!!
    Winter’s Eve definitely leaves the reader anxiously waiting for more!!

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