Friday, September 24, 2010

Star Light, Star Bright...Interstellar Interview: Postponed


Unfortunately I will be postponing my interview with Kelly Gay, Urban Fantasy writer extraordinaire until the new year. But don't fret, she's on deadline cranking out two fabulous new books. In the interim, I didn't want you to miss her latest in the Charlie Madigan Series--THE DARKEST EDGE OF DAWN!




From the back cover:

Deep beneath Underground a cunning bid for power and revenge has begun, one that threatens to make Atlanta the new battleground in the ultimate confrontation between heaven and hell. The powers of hellish Charbydon have the upper hand after plunging the city into primordial night. And under the cover of darkness, a serial killer targets the most powerful Elysian’s in the city, the angelic Adonai. For detective Charlie Madigan and her siren partner Hank, tracking deadly predators is all in a day’s work. But this case will test the limits of their strength and friendship as it draws them into a deadly world of power plays, ancient myths, explosive secrets, and a race against time that risks all that Charlie holds dear.

To read the excerpt, click here!


If you're interested in Kelly, check out the Q&A below in prep for her Interstellar Interview :0)

Q: How long did it take you to get published?
A: I started writing with career intentions when I was in my teens, almost *cough, cough* two decades ago with screenplays and plays, for which I garnered several finalist placings in screenwriting contests (Austin Film Festival, Red Inkworks, Hollywood Symposium, Disney Fellowship, to name a few). I think my rejection pile page-count might rival a novel or two! I also wrote several partials and unfinished novels, but the first novel I actually finished and started submitting was in 2003. It was a romantic comedy that I wrote during a three-week span of alone time. It was horrible, but I proved to myself I could write a book from start to finish.

Q: Give us an idea of your typical writing day.
A: Coffee. Kids off to school. About an hour of checking emails, responding, posting on my blog or updating my social networks, etc... Then, I write until lunch time. Usually, I eat a whatever is quickest to make, then go for a walk or run, then work another few hours until the kids get home. After that, I'm off. Unless, I'm behind on my deadlines or page count, then I'll work a little at night.

In case you're a fan or fellow author Kelly will be signing with fellow HCRW chaptermates at the Hilton Hotel by the Raleigh-Durham Aiport on October 16th! For the time, check back at Kelly's website.


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