Five words and/or phrases that describe you:
Diet Coke addict
Five people and or things that inspire you:
Josh Holloway with his shirt off
A fantastic novel
An entire afternoon with my laptop
My four-year-old daughter when she decided to "write" her own picture books and be a princess fairy author
Five of your favorite authors:
Describe five of your heroes/heroines through your eyes:
Lizzie – A straight laced preschool teacher who types her grocery lists on the computer, has never had a library late fee and desperately wants to have a safe, predictable, normal life. She's well on her way, until she learns she's a demon slayer – and all hell is after her.
Dimitri – A dangerously sexy shape shifting griffin that has been searching for years to find a demon slayer. He's not above seduction to get what he wants, even if he ends up getting more than he bargained for.
Grandma Gertie – A seventy-eight-year old biker witch, and Lizzie's long lost Grandma. Loves life on the road, her hot pink Harley and her biker witch gang. Tends to swig Jack Daniels straight from the bottle, is too brave for her own good, and given the chance, will brew up spells in recycled Smuckers jars.
Crazy Frieda – A member of Grandma Gertie's biker witch gang with a penchant for squirrel cacciatore and the ability to see both sides of an issue. Takes an interest in Lizzie, but refuses to baby her. Instead, she offers tough love while guiding our fledgling demon slayer on her mission.
Pirate – Lizzie's Jack Russell Terrier. Loyal and honest, obsessed with food, he can now talk (thanks to Lizzie's new powers). Has a big heart. Tends to say and do whatever is on his mind.
Five reasons to read your books:
Readers have told me that The Accidental Demon Slayer:
Has made them laugh
Is surprisingly touching
Offers something "fresh and unique," while still staying true to what we love about paranormals
Delivers "non-stop fun."
Is guaranteed to surprise you
Extra!Extra! Angie is giving away a copy of her debut,The Accidental Demon Slayer to a lucky commentor. Comments and questions are welcome.