Lily was alone and out of options. Creed was alone in the world with a secret. He is a Black werewolf, looked down on by his pack, expected to become feral. They find each other, but can they learn to trust? They had both followed rocky paths in their lives, but could they find solid ground with each other?
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
I love it. It’s not strictly romance except in the first book. The whole series is Dark Fantasy allowing me no limitations on what the characters do or how they react. Kill someone, sex, fall in love, be innocent- there’s so many ways to take each character that it allows me to write what I want.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
No one is perfect and there isn’t one set way to do anything.
I grew up in a very small town in Kentucky. My grandparents, both sets, influenced my childhood as well as my writing more than anything else with their varied and diverse views of life. I was eight or nine when my grandmother gave me my first romance novel to read, (I believe it was probably because I was annoying her), which was Belva Plain’s Evergreen.
Science Fiction and Horror movies were a thrill for my sister and I growing up, we watched every one we could get our hands on. As I’ve grown older writing has become a hobby for me, something I can always do to relax after a long day. It just comes natural to me to write what I like, so I hope you enjoy reading my stories as much as I enjoy writing them.
Kentucky Moon is a series I’ve thought about for a while. The first book is Creed and Lily finding solid ground for each other. The second is a little insight to the politics of pack. The third is Becoming. Lily will learn what it takes to become one of the Blood. There will be five books in all.
I would totally love some reviews on this! Thanks in advance for checking it out.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
You see all kinds of werewolves in the movies and each one is different. While watching one movie, the werewolf reminded me more of an overgrown opossum than a wolf and I started focusing on their colors. It became the theme behind the series, (behind the story), of the werewolves analyzing and focusing their place in their society by their colors.