Joining me on the blog today is Linda Thomas-Sundstrom! Linda is the author of the Vampire Moons series, the Wolf Moon series, and much more! She’s also giving away an e-copy of Veronica the Vampire to one lucky winner, so please check out the giveaway details at the end of the post, and please welcome Linda to the blog!
Welcome to the blog, Linda! It says in your bio that you’ve been writing since you were a kid. What were some of your favorite authors growing up?
*All time favs: Ayn Rand’s The Fountainhead, J.R.R Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings. Oh, and I fell hard for The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd, when that came out.
You seem to have a very busy writing schedule! Is it tough balancing writing with teaching?
What do you like to see in a good book?
What makes you toss aside a book in frustration?
I read that you have a fondness for British travel, and were even a Britain travel specialist and guide! What are a few of your favorite UK destinations, and why?
LINDA’S GOT A LIGHT SIDE !!! Yep, I also write light paranormal romances, and this month launched a completely fluffy, girly, paranormal romance novella online, titled “Veronica and the Vampire” for 99 cents !“Veronica and the Vampire” is about the possible perils of paranormal dating… and I have dedicated this story to all the women who have been through the process of dating. I’ve also loaded this story with tons of good Karma for those of us still in the process. Check it out online.
Note: Well, you can see how excited I am to be writing these paranormal romances, and how busy I am at it. Honestly, I am living the dream. Please visit my website to see more about the books.
**GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED**
About Veronica and the Vampire (from BN.com)
Veronica Davis is a woman with a desperate need. If she doesn’t bring a date to her big sister’s wedding, the L for loser that’s imprinted on her forehead will become permanent, as far as her family is concerned. And heck, she’s started to believe it, herself.Why else would a girl end up at a Los Angeles escort agency with the strange acronym V.A.M.P. Inc? Where you pick your date from a row of coffins in the agency’s basement. Guys who can’t meet you at lunch time, due to the fact that they sleep until sundown.You know . . . . vampires.And when she meets the unearthly handsome Christopher, the agency’s odd acronym begins to take on a whole new meaning. Tackling her sister’s wedding actually starts to seem like a piece of cake . . .Author note: Veronica and the Vampire is a lighthearted, very “girly” story about the possible perils of paranormal dating, and the women who just might beat the odds. I’ve dedicated this story to everyone who remembers the term “dating,” whether fondly or not, and have packed this book with lots of good Karma for those who do.