Sunday, October 26, 2014

Welcome to the Read 'Em & REAP Blog Hop!!

Find out what draws us ~Grim~ Authors to the write about the reapers we love, and enter to win a bunch of great prizes along the way!

Let's get started, shall we...

1.  What first piqued your interest in writing about reapers?

My book, RAVEN'S BREATH, was inspired by my cover designer, Regina Wamba.
The pre-made she had available (which is now the front of Raven's Breath) spoke to
me and I instantly knew I wanted to write about a Grim Reaper who could suck the
life from you as part of her job. (The souls resemble the inky wisps on the cover.)

2.       What makes your reapers different?

Besides the fact that Raven is the first FEMALE grim reaper in history, it's the extra
abilities she possesses that not only allow her to siphon the life from you, but also
save you, given the right circumstances.

3.        Are your reapers Heroes or Villains?

Heroes all the way! Well, except that one...

The Women of Purgatory:  A new adult Urban Fantasy series, featuring three bad-ass women who leave their mark on Heaven, Purgatory, and Hell.

Will she be your Grim Reaper or your Saving Grace?

Raven can breathe life into you, or siphon the life from you...the choice is yours. 

They say your life flashes before your eyes when you die. But what you didn't know...your last thoughts determine whether Raven becomes your grim reaper or your saving grace.

Death has a sinister plan, but his favorite female reaper has been given a new power that will combat his secret mission. The only issue...she hasn't discovered it yet.

Will Raven put the pieces together in time, or will Purgatory be destroyed forever?

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Halloween Flash Fiction...Presented by the Coastal Magic Convention

I'm so excited to be attending the Coastal Magic Convention in Daytona Beach , FL, coming up in February 2015, and was THRILLED to get the invite to participate in the Halloween Flash Fiction event!!!

The attending authors were given picture prompts that we had to write a short and "creepy" story based on.

Here's my prompt:

While I'm not sure if my story is "creepy" enough, I will be using it as a scene in my upcoming book, Queen of The Witches, which I thought was pretty darn appropriate for Halloween! LOL

So...without further ado, click HERE to be linked to my Flash Fiction story! Happy reading and Happy Halloween! I hope you all have a blessed Samhain!!

~ Tish

To make sure you don't miss a single story, you can follow the full schedule here: