Tuesday, January 2, 2018

In the Spotlight...Sirens and Scales

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Synopsis of each book: 

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A little about our book in Sirens and Scales: 

Blurb, book cover, author website links can be found here -- http://www.nataliegowens.com/p/boxed-sets.html

Nat website: www.nataliegowens.com

Zee website: www.zeemonodee.com

Our MC inspiration: Ricky Whittle as Djibril and Nicky Kos as Kiki. (see pics attached).

How did A Clash of Fire come to be?

When the opportunity came for us to pen a dragon story, we wanted to write about a diverse world and all the beauty and challenges that entails. We have dragon opposites, seemingly incompatible at first, them being Fire and Ice. The world is not an easy place, but those with their hearts in the right place can bring positive change and fight the darkness around them. If there's one message we want people to take from this it's that differences don't make us weaker -- they make us stronger. The world is so much more interesting and fun when opposites attract.

Nat and Zee

Book Teaser:

"He’d never thought he’d witness the Cold War first-hand.

Nathan Hart, their tactical support, was a man of a few words. Actually, he hadn’t said any words at all, except grunt a greeting when Max had introduced them. But Kiki—she gave new meaning to the definition of cold with every second that passed.

Djibril stood in the middle of the crummiest, most rundown apartment he’d ever seen—and this included the makeshift huts in the poorest villages of Ethiopia. Those people, no matter how deprived, had pride. Whoever lived here, though, lacked such a sentiment with absolute clarity.

Kiki’s grimace said a lot; Nathan’s deadpan expression, not much. His torchlight beam moved around the room. The Valthreans didn’t have superb night vision like the dragons did.

Of course, the woman had come with them, no question about that. She wouldn’t be deterred. More the fool he, for thinking she’d listen to him and do as he asked. Kiki never did what anyone asked just because. Not even if that someone was their king—she’d said her piece to his father, as he recalled, expressing her ideas well. Apart from that though, once she accepted a job, she didn’t complain. She might be a tough nut to crack, but she had a formidable work ethic.

Thing was, her hard head proved more than taxing on his system. Today, for instance, she seemed to be having fun pushing all his buttons. Yet, it had to be hard to feel like damaged goods with a bullet lodged inside you, so he cut her some slack. What proved more difficult for him was holding back the worry.

 “We will go to The Dungeon.”

Nathan’s mumbled words cut through his thoughts.

They’d waited until nighttime to exit the Museum. The cover of darkness always helped in such situations. He’d half expected to find the guy at the apartment, so now there was no way they could avoid the club.

Kiki concerned him. Could she handle this?"

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