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If you like paranormal romances, here’s some information about Jaime Rush’s latest series The Hidden.  Read up on her dragon shifters, and then enter for a chance to digital copy of Dragon Rising and Dragon Mine, as well as a $25 gift card at B&N!

DRAGON RISING, A Hidden Novella: Book Prequel #2 (9781455528004)

They are the Hidden.

Not quite human. Far from normal.

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Meet Drake Cameron from Ashlyn Chase’s How to Date a Dragon and Giveaway!

Please welcome Drake Cameron, hero of Ashlyn Chase’s How to Date a Dragon, to the virtual offices this morning!

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Describe yourself in five words or less.

[Drake] Independent, Leader, Protective, Supportive, Integrity

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Can you share a typical day in the life of Drake Cameron?

[Drake] I get out of the bed I built; shower and dress in my uniform; walk to Station #3 of the Boston Fire Department; have breakfast with the guys; and respond to whatever emergencies occur during my shift. After work I pop over to Boston Uncommon for a beer with my fellow paranormals—unless I need to discuss something with my firefighter brotherhood, then I meet them at The Ladder. Either way, I’m a social being and I like to flirt. I haven’t asked anyone out in a while, because I’m searching for a female dragon to mate with and save the species. I don’t think there are any available, and not many women are dragon tolerant. I might have to give up on the promise I made to my mother on her death bed.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What three words come to mind when you think of Bliss?

[Drake] Feisty, Funny, Beautiful

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What do you find most exasperating about her?

[Drake] She’s impatient and strong-willed. Snarky comments are her forte, and she’s even managed to turn it into a business. She’s the designer behind Hall-Snark cards.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] If you could change one thing you’ve done in your life, what would it be?

[Drake] I wouldn’t have left Nova Scotia and gone to live with my uncle in New York. How was I to know he was a mob boss? After that I had to disappear and make a whole new life for myself. I had heard there might be a female dragon in Boston, which is how I wound up here. I suppose without that experience, however, I wouldn’t have become who I am today.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What’s one thing you won’t leave home without?

[Drake] My phone. I’m willing to work overtime when needed, and lately there have been a rash of fires. Also, I like to call Bliss after she gets off work and before she goes to bed.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What do you like to do when you aren’t saving damsels in distress?

[Drake] I like to work with my hands. I build furniture. I’ve thought about taking up sailing, but fire and water…well, you know how those two things don’t mix.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Can you share your dreams for the future in five words or less.

[Drake] Loving a dragon-tolerant woman

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Thank you!

[Drake] Thanks for asking about me. I’m not used to being in the spotlight. It’s Bliss who’s on TV all the time.

About the book:


Let the Sparks Fly…

Bliss Russo thought nothing exciting ever happened in her life. Until her building caught on fire and she had to be carried out of the flames in the arms of a gorgeous fireman. Sure, her apartment is now in shambles and she’ll have to start her huge work project completely from scratch. But at least her love life is finally looking up…if only she can find her red-hot rescuer again.

Dragon shapeshifter Drake Cameron is the last of his clan, and the loneliness is starting to claw at him. He’s met only one woman who might be able to stand the shock of his true nature. After all, she barely batted an eyelash when her home burned down. And feeling her curves against him was just as hot as the inferno. Just when he thinks he’ll never track her down, she walks into his firehouse—with no idea what she’s about to get herself into…

“[Ashlyn Chase] entertains with a voice that makes reading her stories pure pleasure. It’s like spending time with your favorite friends. Reviewer Top Pick” —Night Owl Reviews on How to Date a Dragon


Ashlyn Chase describes herself as an Almond Joy bar. A little nutty, a little flaky, but basically sweet, wanting only to give her readers a satisfying experience.

She holds a degree in behavioral sciences, worked as a psychiatric RN for several years and spent a few more years working for the American Red Cross. She credits her sense of humor to her former careers since comedy helped preserve whatever was left of her sanity. She is a multi-published, award-winning author of humorous erotic and paranormal romances, represented by the Seymour Agency.

She lives in beautiful New Hampshire with her true-life hero husband who’d look like Hugh Jackman if you dyed his hair, and they’re owned by a spoiled brat cat. For more information, please visit, follow her on Twitter!/GoddessAsh, and like her on Facebook,

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Interview with Lorenda Christensen, Author of Never Deal with Dragons

Please welcome special guest Lorenda Christensen to the virtual offices this morning.  Lorenda is here to chat about her new Carina Press release Never Deal with Dragons.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Describe yourself in 140 characters or less.

[Lorenda Christensen] The editing cruelty begins early, eh? Let’s see…

Accountant by day, writer by night, lover of all things Pepsi and chocolate. And purple.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Can you tell us a little about Never Deal With Dragons?

[Lorenda Christensen] I consider NDWD as a lighthearted urban(ish) fantasy filled with dragons. Sort of a Stephanie Plum meets Dragonriders of Pern with a dash of The West Wing. Confused yet? ?

Never Deal with dragons is a first person story featuring Myrna Banks, a lowly secretary who used to be on the fast track to management, until her ex-boyfriend stole some classified work papers and got her demoted. Now, her ex works for the most powerful dragon lord in the country, and he needs her help.

She takes the job, but only because it gives her a shot to redeem herself and get back on the corporate ladder.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] How did you come up with the concept and the characters for the story?

[Lorenda Christensen] I’m a sucker for any television show that shows the inner workings of places that normal people would likely label boring. I remember watching a show featuring a female mediator at a law firm, and I thought that it would be really fun to have a heroine in the same type of job, but in an unreal, over the top environment. Huge, scaly, perpetually hungry dragons fit the bill perfectly. ?

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What three words best describe Myrna?

[Lorenda Christensen] spunky, ambitious, sarcastic

[Manga Maniac Cafe] If Trian had a theme song, what would it be?

[Lorenda Christensen] Ain’t No Sunshine When She’s Gone (the Eva Cassidy version is the best)

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Name one thing Myrna is never without.

[Lorenda Christensen] muck boots

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What three things will you never find in Trian’s bathroom?

[Lorenda Christensen] hair gel – Trian’s not one to care about his appearance. Myrna’s lucky if she can get him to run a comb through his hair. Luckily, good genes keep him looking attractively tousled instead of unkempt.

Fake mustaches – Trian might be a spy of sorts, but he’s got better tricks than this up his sleeve.

Plane tickets – Myrna finds it completely adorable, but Trian gets a little antsy when he’s forced to take cross country trips inside a piece of flying metal.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What is Myrna’s greatest regret? [Lorenda Christensen] Wearing her favorite white blouse to work. (Some of those stains will never come out.)

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What are your greatest creative influences?

[Lorenda Christensen] I adore Katie MacAlister, Darynda Jones, and Janet Evanovich. I love how they can be funny and move the plot along at the same time. I’ve done my best to do the same.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What three things do you need in order to write?

[Lorenda Christensen] Childcare, a power outage, and a long-lasting laptop battery. ?

Seriously, I have so much trouble focusing. Facebook, Twiiter, email…ALL THE PRETTY THINGS. It’s just so hard to stare at that blinking cursor when the story isn’t flowing, and put words on the page anyway. I’m like the dog from Disney’s Up that keeps—squirrel! But I feel like I’m slowly getting the hang of this self-discipline thing. We’ll see how long it lasts.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What is the last book that you read that knocked your socks off?

[Lorenda Christensen] I cannot get enough of Karen Chance’s Cassie Palmer series. Hunt the Moon was just fantastic, and I am about to gnaw my own fingers off waiting for the release of Tempt the Stars. It’s a wonder I can still type.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] If you had to pick one book that turned you on to reading, which would it be?

[Lorenda Christensen] If we’re going way back, I fondly remember Walter Farley’s The Black Stallion series. But if you’re talking about the romance genre, I’d have to go with Jude Deveraux’s The Maiden. A friend of mine loaned me this on a school bus ride. It was my first exposure to the romance genre. What an introduction! It had all the classics—alpha male, a touch of fantasy, and insta-lust. Be still my middle school heart.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What do you like to do when you aren’t writing?

[Lorenda Christensen] Like most writers, my first love was and always will be reading. Otherwise, I’m hanging out with my husband and kids. And I’ll admit I’m more than a little addicted to Aaron Sorkin or Joss Whedon productions, so there’s more than a little bit of television in there.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] How can readers connect with you?

[Lorenda Christensen] Because I’m still working a day job, Twitter is the place I feel most comfortable popping in and out of. My handle is @LorendaC

I’m also on Facebook at

And if you want to read a lot of boring information about me, my short stay in India, and a bit more about my writing, you can visit my website at

Thanks so much for the interview – it was a blast.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Thank you!

Purchase link:

About the book:

Consoling a sobbing dragon and serving pig buffets are just part of the job for Myrna Banks. Working for a mediation firm, it’s her job to get humans compensated for damages caused by the dragons who now rule. But her “typical” day is interrupted by Trian Chobardan, an old flame who sneaked out of her bed two years ago, taking her heart and a handful of classified documents with him.

Myrna would love to show Trian the door, but he’s been sent by North America’s reigning dragon lord for help negotiating a truce with a powerful rival to avert war. Myrna agrees to help, even though she’ll be stuck with Trian as a partner.

As the two work together, Myrna finds Trian to be surprisingly supportive—and still irresistibly attractive. Though her brain tells her not to forget his betrayal, her body feels differently. When they learn the enemy dragon lord is planning something no one could have imagined, Myrna has to learn who she can trust before she loses not only her heart, but her life.

Review: Luck of the Dragon by Susannah Scott


Title: Luck of the Dragon

Author: Susannah Scott


May Contain Spoilers

From Amazon:


Luciana de Luca has a PhD in sass and gemology—and a problem. Her twin brother’s gambling debts have gotten out of hand, and a mob enforcer is blackmailing her to rob the latest, greatest mega-casino on the Strip. Although Lucy has worked her whole life to get away from her family’s grifter past, to save her brother, she dons three-inch heels and a sluts-r-us dress and struts into Alec’s Gerald’s casino, determined to put her long-forgotten thieving ways to the test again.

Alec Gerald, a shape-shifting dragon, has built the Crown Jewel casino to provide sanctuary for his people amongst the flash and awe of Las Vegas. Unfortunately, the sexy little thief trying to steal his largest diamond exhibit turns out to be his mate, and he must woo her before he loses his dragon form forever. But before he can handcuff her to his bed and explain the details of a mating ceremony, an enemy attacks and threatens to destroy his casino, his people, and his newfound mate.


I still feel like a newbie when it comes to PNR, and I’m still trying to find tropes and authors that work for me.  One trope that I haven’t liked in the past is the destined mate trope, mainly because it takes some of the suspense out the romance.  The reader knows the couple will be together in the end, and there’s really no mystery to the pairing.  In Luck of the Dragon, however, I started wondering what would happen is Alec and Lucy couldn’t get their acts together and find a happy medium for their relationship.  Would they actually be stuck together forever not trusting each other?  While we do get a HEA, I was worried for a few chapters!

Lucy comes from a family of con-artists.  Her father was sent to jail when she was a child, and her brother seems to be following in his footsteps.  Joey just can’t say no to a bet, and worse, he longs to work the hustle.  He falls in with Gino, a dangerous gangster, and lassoes Lucy into helping him steal jewels from Alec Gerald to pay off his gambling debts.  If she doesn’t help, Gino makes it painfully obvious that he’s going to take the debt out of Joey’s hide.  Terrified of losing her brother, Lucy jumps to it and agrees to help with the heist.

What Lucy and Joey doesn’t know is that Alec is a dragon.  He’s a very old dragon, and a very powerful dragon.  He’s just opened a new casino in Vegas, and his gem collection is going to be the center piece of his new endeavor.  He’s retained Lucy to appraise and catalog his collection, unaware that Lucy’s up to her neck in trouble.  When they meet, Alec is convinced that Lucy is destined to be his mate, much to the dismay of his followers.  The dragons don’t think highly of humans, and many of them have a problem accepting one as their leader’s mate.  Once Alec discovers that Lucy was only interested in stealing from him, even he begins to doubt his own judgment, and he despairs at losing his dragon form without his mate.

I really liked this story, and I think I went into thinking that I wouldn’t.  I’m not sure why, because I was hooked on the story and the characters right away.  I liked Lucy – well, I liked her when she wasn’t trying to steal from Alec.  I just wanted to shake her and tell her to wake up and stop trying to keep her brother out of jail.  Joey is a selfish, jerk of a brother, who knows how best to manipulate Lucy.  He cares only about himself, and expects her to extract him from every sticky situation he finds himself in.  I could not stand this guy, and was kind of hoping one of the dragons would eat him.  Sorry, Joey, but you are a pin-head!

Alec made the story for me.  How could he not?  He’s a freaking dragon!  He also knows how to woo a lady.  After realizing that Lucy is his mate, he goes into Romeo mode, and wow, he would have won me over about midway through breakfast.  This guy is a charmer, and he’s a gabillionaire to boot!  Lucy is instantly suspicious of his motives, mainly because hers are less than pure, and because she’s be raised to not trust anybody.  She has spent most of her adult life trying to keep her brother out of prison, and keeping the taint of criminal activity away from her.  While her intent to steal from Alec irritated me, especially after she started developing feelings for him, I did understand why she would feel compelled to go along with Joey and Gino’s schemes, at least at the beginning of the book.  About halfway through, I found her behavior inexcusable.  This did knock down the enjoyment factor a bit.

If Luck of the Dragon is an indication of how dragons live, I need to find one for myself.  Or just wait until the next book in this series to hit store shelves, so I can live vicariously through Susannah Scott’s characters.

Grade:  B+

Review copy provided by publisher

Interview with Susannah Scott, Author of Luck of the Dragon and Giveaway!


Please give a warm welcome to Susannah Scott! She’s visiting the virtual offices this morning to celebrate the release of her PNR Luck of the Dragon. This is a very fun romance with dragons, so if you’re looking for a shifter story, give this one a try!

[Susannah Scott] Hi Julie!  Thank you so much for having me on Manga Café today!

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Describe yourself in 140 characters or less.

[Susannah Scott] Wife, mother, sister, daughter, granddaughter, friend… I’m all about my loved ones and faith first. Then I get in to the artistic side, which is what I do for me! I’ve dabbled with pottery, stain glass, and drawing, but writing is the best fit for me. I love putting together a well-crafted story with real-life relationships and hot chemistry. We recently built a house and I found, to my shock, that I have a creative blind spot. I am horrible with painting and paint color cohesion. Who knew?!

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Can you tell us a little about Luck of the Dragon?

[Susannah Scott] LUCK OF THE DRAGON is the first book in the Las Vegas Dragons series. Alec, my uber hot, Joe Manganiello-looking hero owns a ritzy Las Vegas casino, which provides a hidden-in-plain-sight sanctuary for his dragon-shifting people. His only problem is that Lucy, the sexy gem appraiser trying to steal from him, just might be his mate. It seemed natural to use “luck” in the title and I liked the play on “luck of the draw.”

[Manga Maniac Cafe] How did you come up with the concept and the characters for the story?

[Susannah Scott] I wanted my heroine to be a tough and gritty with real world problems. In this case, her brother’s gambling debts are forcing her to steal. Alec, is the perfect foil for all her problems. Their conflicting goals and powerful chemistry create some great banter and a satisfying HEA.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What three words best describe Lucy?

[Susannah Scott] Tough, suspicious, loyal.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] If Alec had a theme song, what would it be?

[Susannah Scott] Alec is old world charming with a modern cleverness, so that 60’s song “What’s your name? Who’s your daddy? Is he rich like me…” comes to mind: The Zombies ~ Time of the season

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Name one thing Lucy is never without.

[Susannah Scott] Jewels! She is a gemologist and after her impoverished childhood, she always has them on hand to cash out if she needs to.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What three things will you find in Alec’s bedroom?

[Susannah Scott] The dragons in Luck of the Dragon are very sensual, sensory creatures. You would definitely find very nice, high thread count, or silk sheets. A balcony that he can fly off, and luxurious jewels and art.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What is Alec’s greatest regret?

[Susannah Scott] Letting his former friend, Ambrogino, and now worst enemy live.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What are your greatest creative influences?

[Susannah Scott] I love famous/great first line books, I have like 5 of them. It is a real feat to pull a reader into a story immediately. I also try to read 2-3 craft books a month. Right now, I am focused on deep point of view and subtext. I also really indulge my visual and auditory muse. If something is beautiful to me, I focus on it and enjoy the heck out of it!

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What three things do you need in order to write?

[Susannah Scott] Swimmer’s ear plugs. This is a funny story. I started out writing on the couch while my babies watched cartoons. I would put in the ear plugs to tune out Elmo. Now, even though the house is quite, I still need them to get in the “zone.” Number two and three would be coffee with cream, and my walking treadmill desk.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What was your biggest distraction when you were working on Luck of the Dragon?

[Susannah Scott] Family needs and commitments, thank goodness my kids like peanut butter and jelly!

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What is the last book that you read that knocked your socks off?

[Susannah Scott] I just read a Rachel Gibson re-release, it was great!

[Manga Maniac Cafe] If you had to pick one book that turned you on to reading, which would it be?

[Susannah Scott] The Forgotten Beasts of Eld, old is a fantasy novel by Patricia A. McKillip that I found on my Uncle’s book shelf.  [Ed. note – I LOVE this book, too!]

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What do you like to do when you aren’t writing?

[Susannah Scott] I have a second job, so any spare time I have, I spend my husband and kids. Our favorite is kayaking on the river.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] How can readers connect with you?

[Susannah Scott] They can check my website (, for the next, and previous, stops on my blog tour for LUCK OF THE DRAGON. You can also follow me on Goodreads and Facebook as Susannah Scott, or on Twitter @Susannah_Scott.

Thank you so much for having me and giving me a chance to connect with your readers!

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Thank you!

About the book:

Luciana de Luca has a PhD in sass and gemology—and a problem. Her twin brother’s gambling debts have gotten out of hand, and a mob enforcer is blackmailing her to rob the latest, greatest mega-casino on the Strip. Although Lucy has worked her whole life to get away from her family’s grifter past, to save her brother, she dons three-inch heels and a sluts-r-us dress and struts into Alec’s Gerald’s casino, determined to put her long-forgotten thieving ways to the test again.

Alec Gerald, a shape-shifting dragon, has built the Crown Jewel casino to provide sanctuary for his people amongst the flash and awe of Las Vegas. Unfortunately, the sexy little thief trying to rob his gem exhibit turns out to be his mate, and he must woo her before he loses his dragon form forever. With enemies in every corner, and the all-important mating ceremony looming, Alec and Lucy must learn to trust each other, before time runs out for Alec and the rest of the dragons.

Luck of the Dragon buy-links:


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About the author:

SUSANNAH SCOTT lives in the Missouri Ozarks and is the lone female in a very loud household of males ranging in age from 4 to 40. While she jokes that the extreme levels of testosterone inspired her to write romance, it is really the love of creating an excellent story, and the occasional dreams of twenty-foot dragons, that wake her and send her to the laptop before the chaos of daily life ensues. Susannah loves to hear from her readers. Please visit her website at or follow her as Susannah Scott on Facebook and @Susannah_Scott on Twitter.


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Waiting on Wednesday–Scorched by Mari Mancusi

Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we’re eagerly anticipating.

I want a dragon!!!

In stores September 2013

Don’t leave me here… It starts with a whisper. At first Trinity thinks she’s going crazy. It wouldn’t be a big surprise–her grandpa firmly believes there’s a genuine dragon egg in their dusty little West Texas town. But this voice is real, and it’s begging for her protection. Even if no one else can hear it…
He’s come from a future scorched by dragonfire. His mission: Find the girl. Destroy the egg. Save the world.
He’s everything his twin brother Connor hates: cocky, undisciplined, and obsessed with saving dragons.
Trinity has no idea which brother to believe. All she has to go by is the voice in her head–a dragon that won’t be tamed.


What are you waiting on?

Interview with Nadia Lee, Author of The Last Slayer

Nadia Lee is the author of the up-coming release, The Last Slayer, which will be available on December 26. She stopped by the virtual offices to chat up her new book, and so we could get to know her better.

[Manga Maniac Café] Describe yourself in 140 characters or less.

[Nadia Lee] Adventurous bilingual writer who loves to eat, read, travel and enjoy life.

[Manga Maniac Café] Can you tell us a little about your book, The Last Slayer?

[Nadia Lee] It’s a full-length urban fantasy with romance elements, and a smart-mouthed heroine who has a horrible twenty-seventh birthday because she killed a very very bad dragon. Never mind that the dragon was trying to eat her. The demigods who decide to be mad about the incident don’t care about such inconvenient details.

Here’s the official blurb:

Ashera del Cid is a talented demon hunter, but when she kills a demigod’s pet dragon, the hunter becomes the hunted. Her only potential ally is Ramiel, a sexy-as-hell demon. Now the two must work together to battle dragons and demigods…and the chemistry crackling between them. Ramiel has his own reasons for offering Ashera his protection. He knows her true identity and the real reason the demigods want her dead. What he can’t predict is how she’ll react when she discovers he knew who she was all along…

Ashera is shocked to discover that she is the only daughter of the last slayer. To claim her destiny, she and Ramiel must join forces to face down danger and outwit their enemies. Only then will she be able to truly accept her legacy…

[Manga Maniac Café] How did you come up with the concept and the characters for the story?

[Nadia Lee] When I was a kid, I read a lot of Asian comic book series (not manga), and one of them had the following lines that really stuck with me.

"I never wanted you to know what blood smells like."

"Every time I see you, you’re bleeding."

The entire story was initially envisioned from antagonist Nathanael’s point of view because the first quote was something that he might have said to the love of his life. However, when I sat down to write the story, I decided to tell it from Ashera’s point of view, since Nathanael could never have a happy ending. (He’s more of a tragic hero figure than a romantic lead.)

[Manga Maniac Café] What was the most challenging aspect of writing the book?

[Nadia Lee] Deepening the relationship Ashera (the heroine) has with her family and everyone else was very difficult. When I initially drafted the story, it was full of action. The setup of the story doesn’t lend itself to introspection or slow-pacing; most people don’t think much about the state of their familial relationships and so on when they’re running for their lives. So I had to weave everything in along with action to ensure that things didn’t feel slow, and that the story maintained its sense of urgency while still doing justice to the characters themselves.

[Manga Maniac Café] Which of your characters are you most like?

[Nadia Lee] This is sooo tough! I think every character has a little bit of myself. But I also think that my characters are way cooler than I am. I’m never going to be as glamorous as Valerie (Ashera’s sister), or as athletic and martial-artsy as Ashera.

[Manga Maniac Café] Which of the books that you’ve written so far is your favorite?

The one that I’m working on usually is, which right at the moment happens to be the sequel to The Last Slayer. :)

[Manga Maniac Café] What are your greatest creative influences?

Definitely fairy tales. I grew up reading eastern and western fairy tales. :)

[Manga Maniac Café] What three things do you need in order to write?

[Nadia Lee] Coffee (or green tea), some carbs and a little bit of peace and quiet.

[Manga Maniac Café] If you had to pick one book that turned you on to reading, which would it be?

[Nadia Lee] To be honest, I have no idea. I’ve always read a lot, and no one book had that much influence on me. But I’ll say that one book that I read in two languages is Alexandre Dumas’s The Three Musketeers. I adored that book, way back when, and I still love it. :)

[Manga Maniac Café] What do you like to do when you aren’t writing?

[Nadia Lee] I used to love looking at travel blogs and sites, looking for new places to visit. Since I have a newborn baby now, I’ve stopped torturing myself by going to such sites. When I have free time I read or play with my baby or watch TV. I’m totally addicted to Dexter and Game of Thrones.

[Manga Maniac Café] Thanks!

You can learn more about Nadia by visiting her at the following websites:

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