Interview with Candace Havens, Author of Take It Like a Vamp and Giveaway!

 

Candace Havens is the author of Take It Like A Vamp, a new release under Entangled Publishing’s Covet line.  Candace stopped by the virtual offices for a chat, and she brought along a present! One of you can win a digital copy of Take It Like A Vamp!  Find out how after the interview.

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

[Candace Havens] I’m awesome and freaky busy. That’s how my assistant describes me. :)

[Manga Maniac Café] Can you tell us a little about Take it Like a Vamp?

[Candace Havens] Nick and Casey are neighbors in a hi-rise condo development that he owns. They’re best friends, who are secretly in love/hots with each other. That friendship develops into something more. There are supernatural councils, nasty witches and a lot of other fun stuff involved that make things tough on the couple. It’s light, fun and I hope it makes you laugh out loud.

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

[Candace Havens] My publisher mentioned she needed a vampire book. I told her I don’t write vampires. She said she’d love a friends to lovers story and pow! The whole story was in my head and I started telling her about it. I wrote it in four days.

[Manga Maniac Café] What three words best describe Casey?

[Candace Havens]  Loyal, friendly and curvy.

[Manga Maniac Café] What are three things Nick would never have in his bedroom?

[Candace Havens] Evil witches, bad wine and anyone who wasn’t Casey.

[Manga Maniac Café] If Nick had a theme song, what would it be?

[Candace Havens] In Love With A Girl, by Gavin Degraw

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

[Candace Havens] Hmmm. That’s tough. I think books in general and other authors. From Nancy Drew when I was a kid, to Jodi Thomas, one of my early mentors. I’ve been really lucky that way.

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

[Candace Havens] Big bottle of water. Tunes. And my dogs, Harley and Gizmo. I know that’s four, but the dogs are kind of a pair even though one is a Great Dane and the other is a Japanese Chin/Maltese.

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

[Candace Havens] Gosh, I’ve been really lucky with my picks. I guess the last one is Seducing Cinderella by Gina Maxwell. Love her hero in that one.

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

[Candace Havens] Nancy Drew.

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

[Candace Havens]  I covet sleep, but it never happens. I’m always writing. I do write about TV and Film, so that’s fun. Some day, I’d like to take a vacation to Paris where I don’t have to worry about anything except where I want to eat, shop or go next.

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

[Candace Havens] I am everywhere. (smile) My website is www.candacehavens.com I’m @candacehavens on Twitter and Candace Havens Author on Facebook. I’m also on Google plus, tumblr, myspace and probably social media sites I’ve forgotten. I’d love to hear from you guys, and thanks so much for letting me hang out.

[Manga Maniac Café] Thank you!

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About Candace Havens:

Bestselling author Candace Havens has written six novels for Berkley including, Charmed & Dangerous,Charmed & Ready, Charmed & Deadly, Like A Charm, The Demon King and I and Dragons Prefer Blondes. Her books for the Blaze line at Harlequin include Take Me If You Dare, She Who Dares, Wins, Truth and Dare, and The Model Marine. She is also in the anthology Spirited, and the proceeds go to help literacy. In addition to Take It Like A Vamp, she has the steampunk novels Iron Demon (Oct. 2012) and Iron Blood (April 2013) from the Maisy Clark series debuting with Entangled Publishing.

Her books have received nominations for the RITA’s, Holt Medallion and Write Touch Reader Awards. Model Marine is a National Readers Choice Finalist. She is the author of the biography Joss Whedon: The Genius Behind Buffy and a contributor to several anthologies. She is also one of the nation’s leading entertainment journalists and has interviewed countless celebrities including Tom Hanks, Nicolas Cage, Tom Cruise, George Clooney and many more.

Her entertainment columns can be read in more than 600 newspapers across the country. Candace also runs a free online writing workshop for more than 2000 writers, and teaches comprehensive writing class. She does film reviews with the Dorsey Gang on New Country 96.3, and is the President of the Television Critics Association.

Author Website: http://www.candacehavens.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/CandaceHavens

Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/116617.Candace_Havens

Review: Spell Bound by Rachel Hawkins

 

Title: Spell Bound

Author: Rachel Hawkins

Publisher:  Disney Hyperion

Also available in digital:

Spell Bound (Digital)

May Contain Spoilers

From Amazon:

Hailed as “impossible to put down,” the Hex Hall series has both critics and teens cheering. With a winning combination of romance, action, magic and humor, this third volume will leave readers enchanted.
Just as Sophie Mercer has come to accept her extraordinary magical powers as a demon, the Prodigium Council strips them away. Now Sophie is defenseless, alone, and at the mercy of her sworn enemies—the Brannicks, a family of warrior women who hunt down the Prodigium.  Or at least that’s what Sophie thinks, until she makes a surprising discovery. The Brannicks know an epic war is coming, and they believe Sophie is the only one powerful enough to stop the world from ending. But without her magic, Sophie isn’t as confident.

Sophie’s bound for one hell of a ride—can she get her powers back before it’s too late?

Review:

I have been waiting with a great deal of anticipation for the final book in Rachel Hawkins’ Hex Hall series.  I found the first book rather predicable, but Demonglass kept me on the edge of my seat.  I hated the cliffhanger ending! How could you do that to me?  I was finally onboard with Sophie and her acidic personality, and then – WHAM!  We ran into a brick wall of “See you later!”  Ugh!

Anyway, a copy finally came in at the library, so I hustled over to pick it up.  On my lunch break.  Even though I couldn’t read it until after work.  I dove into the book as soon as I arrived home, and after that uncomfortable few moments of trying like heck to remember what happened in the previous book, and who all of the characters were, I was in!  There is such a loss of momentum when you have to wait for over a year to read the next book in a series, and most of the time, they don’t work as well for me.  When I am in the reading zone provided by a book, I am also in a particular frame of mind at that place in time.  Sometimes I don’t get it back.  Sometimes I no longer click with the protagonist.  Sometimes I discover, with dismay, that I don’t even like the protagonist anymore.  While she hasn’t changed in the year and a half since we last met, I have.  I am a different person, and there have been times when I have outgrown a series or cast of characters, and I am always bummed when that happens.

Don’t worry, though! That didn’t happen with Spell Bound.  While some of the plot points didn’t work for me, I still enjoyed Sophie’s occasionally grating personality.  Her coping mechanism is to get sarcastic, and I actually liked when she was blasting out snarky comments, or better yet, making unfiltered inner commentary about whatever person happened to be pissing her off.  I didn’t like the back and forth between Archer and her fiancée, Cal, but heck, I usually never like all of the romantic triangles cluttering up YA PNR these days.  It is the one trope that drives me batty, and the one that I find the least interesting.  The resolution to this one was a cop-out, with Sophie not making a decision so much as having it made for her.  I don’t want to reveal any spoilers, so I’ll just say UGH!  Sophie gets off guilt free, and I didn’t like that.  I felt that it belittled her emotional conflict and her feelings for both guys was also trivialized. 

Moving on, I love the action in the these books.  Sophie has to always be on her toes, ready to fight for her life.  She also has to be ready to fight for the lives of her friends, and now, her family.  In this supernatural war, there are many casualties.  Sophie is under so much stress to ensure the safety of her loved ones that I’m surprised she didn’t lose all of her hair from the stress.  Worse yet, she didn’t have her powers, because they had been locked away by the villains at the end of the last book!  Her father’s powers had been completely and forcibly ripped from his body.  Sophie was running on empty, and ouch!  it wasn’t easy for her to escape from all of the danger she repeatedly found herself in.  That is one of her traits that I admire most about her character; Sophie has an innate ability to think well under pressure.  While she may lack the common sense to keep her out of danger in the first place, once she’s in it, she is able to stay relatively calm, examine the situation from every angle, and find a way to get her out of trouble without getting killed.  That she is ready to sacrifice her life when the stakes get so high that I would have crumbled into a ball of black despair, is another reason why I enjoyed Sophie, and these books, so much.

All in all, Hex Hall was a fun series, and now that they are all out, I recommend that you give them a try.  Each book was better than the last, and all of the characters, especially Sophie and Elodie, are likeable.

Grade:  B+

Review copy obtained from my local library 

Review: Polterguys Vol 1 by Laurianne Uy and Nathan Go

 

 

Title: Polterguys Vol 1

Author: Laurianne Uy & Nathan Go

May Contain Spoilers

From Amazon:

Bree is a smart but socially awkward college girl who ends up moving into a house that’s haunted by five ghost guys. She’s the only one who can see these ghosts so she has to help them resolve their unfinished business. 

Review:

I haven’t been reading many graphic novels lately, and I’m at a loss as to why.  I think I was getting tired of the episodic formula, and more specifically, I was getting burnt out on waiting for new installments of my favorite series.  Throw in the number that have been canceled over the last few years, and well, I kind of lost any enthusiasm I had for comics.  I have received a few that looked very promising, though, so I started picking them up again.  So far, I am glad that I did, because I did miss the storytelling style.  I love the marriage of art and words, so I am slowly wading back into the world of graphic novels.

Polterguys looked cute, so I decided to give it a read.  It is cute, and the whole time I was reading it, I wondered why I never get to experience the life of a shoujo heroine.  I want a bunch of cute guys to clean my house and make me breakfast. Why hasn’t this happened yet?  I’m so jealous! Why doesn’t stuff like this ever happen in real life??  It’s commonplace in manga, but finding a guy in real life who can cook and clean – it’s about as rare as finding a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

Bree is your typical nerd.  She is studious and dedicated to becoming a doctor.  She is awkward with others, and has no close friends.  In fact, she had to bribe some girls to pretend to be her friends so her mom could take pix of Bree and her BFFs at her high school graduation.  I was feeling a little down for Bree, because everyone deserves someone to confide in, but other than her poster of Sanjay Gupta, she has nobody.  She has also irritated the floor advisor at the college dorms because she can’t get along with her roommates.  Oh, poor Bree, just wait to see what Fate has in store for you!

When the opportunity comes to rent a room off campus, Bree jumps at the chance.  Finally, she will have peace, quiet, and the solitude that she has longed for.  Only the house is a little decrepit, and better yet, she discovers that it’s haunted!  With five hottie ghosts!  Bree quickly learns that none of them can remember much about their past, and until they can resolve the issues keeping them from  moving on, they are trapped on this plane.  Worse, they are in danger, because there is an evil ghost bounty hunter after them!  Mustering up every last bit of courage, Bree promises to help all of them find peace.

I enjoyed Polterguys because of the light tone.  While there are some dark and dangerous elements to the story, most of it is fun and humorous.  Bree’s social awkwardness is a humorous contrast to the ghosts’ charming approachability.  Only gruff Alex shows any reservation about getting involved with Bree.  As the unofficial leader of the ghosts, he feels a lot of pressure to keep everyone together and safe.  He isn’t pleased to think about the dangers and complications that Bree represents.  It turns out he was right; having Bree around is going to have terrible repercussions as the ghosts let their guard down and get a little careless.

There is some inconsistency to the art, but the style works well with the overall tone of the story.  While there isn’t really anything new here, I enjoyed the presentation, and found the cliffhanger ending more than enough to get me excited about reading the next volume of Polterguys.

Grade:  B

Review copy provided by author

See Polterguys on Goodreads  Polterguys, Vol. 1

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Cover Shot! Sweet Chaos by Misty Evans

Cover Shot! is a regular feature here at the Café. I love discovering new covers, and when I find them, I like to share. More than anything else, I am consumed with the mystery that each new discovery represents. There is an allure to a beautiful cover. Will the story contained under the pages live up to promise of the gorgeous cover art?

I haven’t heard of Misty Evans or her Kali Sweet urban fantasy series before, but this cover for Sweet Chaos got my attention.  This is the second book in the series, and it looks pretty good.  Have you read anything by Misty Evans?

 

Three hundred years later, the ghosts from her past are hunting for revenge.

The past always finds a way to bite you in the ass.

As a three-hundred-year old vengeance demon, I’ve made a lot of enemies. The worst was Queen Maria, the Italian Court’s most devious succubus and a ruler who used me as a weapon of mass destruction to inflict pain and kill hundreds of humans in her torture chambers.

Now she’s back, this time as a ghost, and she’s invited a new friend to the party—a vampire king who wants my head on a stake. Together they’re bringing a war to Chicago that will topple the carefully constructed world I’ve protected for centuries.

But I’m Kali Sweet. I never run from my past…and I’m not about to hide from my present.

In stores now!

 

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Cover Shot! Precinct 13 by Tate Hallaway

Cover Shot! is a regular feature here at the Café. I love discovering new covers, and when I find them, I like to share. More than anything else, I am consumed with the mystery that each new discovery represents. There is an allure to a beautiful cover. Will the story contained under the pages live up to promise of the gorgeous cover art?

Alex can talk to the dead! How fun would that be? Probably not much, to be honest.  I am looking forward to seeing how Alex feels about her new ability when Precinct 13 by Tate Hallaway hits shelves in August.

 

Recent college grad Alex Conner is thrilled to have landed a job as the Hughes County coroner/medical examiner in Pierre, South Dakota. But when her first day on the job ends with a missing corpse, Alex starts to wonder if she would have been better off collecting unemployment…

When the cops made some cryptic comments about being careful with the body they brought in, Alex just thought the boys in blue were messing with her. That is, until something freaky happens that no amount of med school could have prepared her for. By the time Alex gets herself together, the body has disappeared and the other residents of the morgue start talking her ear off.

After working up the courage to report the missing body, Alex is transferred to the mysterious Precinct 13 where she discovers that her new co-workers—including a cute technomage named Jack—are paranormals just like her. Now, Alex is being encouraged to use her ability to speak to the dead to solve crimes. And despite being in the middle of nowhere, Hughes County sure does have a lot of paranormal activity…

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Review: The Seduction of Phaeton Black by Jillian Stone

 

 

Title: The Seduction of Phaeton Black

Author: Jillian Stone

Publisher:  Brava

May Contain Spoilers

From Amazon:

In the gaslit streets of Victorian London, phantoms rule the night, demons dance till dawn, and one supernatural detective dares to be seduced by the greatest power of all. . .

He’s The Man With The Magic Touch

A master of deduction, seduction and other midnight maneuvers, Phaeton Black is Scotland Yard’s secret weapon against things that go bump in the night. His prodigious gifts as a paranormal investigator are as legendary as his skills as a lover, his weakness for wicked women as notorious as his affection for absinthe. But when he’s asked to hunt down a fanged femme fatale who drains her victims of blood, he walks right into the arms of the most dangerous woman he’s ever known. . .

She’s The Devilish Miss Jones

Pressing a knife to his throat–and demanding he make love to her–Miss America Jones uses Phaeton as a willing shield against the gang of pirates chasing her. As deadly as she is, with a derringer tucked in her garter, Miss Jones is not the vampiric killer he’s been staking out–but she may be just what Phaeton needs to crack the case. As the daughter of a Cajun witch, she possesses uncanny powers. As a fearless fighter, she can handle anything from Egyptian mummies to Jack the Ripper. But when an ancient evil is unleashed on the world, she could be his only salvation. . .or ultimate sacrifice.

 

Review:

The Seduction of Phaeton Black is like An Affair with Mr Kennedy on steroids.  I have to admit that I was a little leery before I started reading Jillian Stone’s latest release.  How could it live up to my high expectations?  I loved Mr Kennedy, a sexy romp with a Scotland Yard detective who could easily give Remington Steel or James Bond a run for their money.  He is gifted in everything that he does; he’s a magnificent rider, a crack shot, and can hold his own in a fist fight.  Best of all, he’s a wonderful lover and partner.  Guys like Mr Kennedy don’t exist in  real life because the pressure of being that perfect would quickly cause a seizure.  Cassie had me pulling my hair out a few times, because for such an intelligent lady, she could be so dumb, but Zak needed  to be a hero, and a woman with more common sense wouldn’t have needed rescuing.

In steps Phaeton Black.  I admit that it took me a while to warm up to this guy.  He is rather juvenile and thinks with his crotch instead of his brain.  Probably because most people thinks he nuts due to all of the paranormal sightings he has, but still.  He showed an appalling lack of discretion and caution, but I did finally start to appreciate his character.  He’s a flirt and a player, with no plans of ever getting shackled to one woman.  He doesn’t want kids, either, because he’s afraid that they will be as messed up as he is.  After the death of his mother when he was a young lad, his father had no patience for Phaeton or his supernatural abilities, and quickly packed him off to boarding school.  Poor guy.  I guess an emotional blow like that will warp anyone, especially a guy who sees all of the scary things that go bump in the night.  Best to just pretend to not see them at all.

When America Jones takes him hostage in a dark alley, Phaeton is quick to turn the tables on the desperate lass.  Even though he’s the one held at knife-point, he is quick to take advantage of the situation.  This is the only part of the story that I didn’t like.  I wanted Phaeton to be noble.  He wasn’t.  He was a cad at best, and a sex offender at worst.  Yuck.  Not sexy, not worthy of high regard, and it took almost the entire book for him to redeem himself in my eyes. 

I enjoyed the world building here, and found the addition of paranormal beasts to Victorian England fun and interesting.  Well, not fun for Phaeton, but certainly entertaining for me.  This guy is oozing with supernatural abilities, but because he has repressed them and never learned how to use them, he finds sightings of supernatural creatures disturbing.  America embraces her gifts, and she longs for Phaeton to do the same.  It’s not healthy to suppress  all of that power, and it puts him at a distinct disadvantage when the beasties are on the prowl for a new victim to snack on.  Phaeton’s association with Dr Exeter, a mysterious meddler with powers that give Phaeton pause, slowly convinces him look at his own abilities in a new light.  I am extremely hopeful that between America and Exeter, Phaeton will learn how to develop his gifts without worrying about how others perceive him.   After getting into trouble with his superiors at Scotland Yard, and his father’s rejection, though, I understand his reluctance to do that.

The pacing faltered near the end, but otherwise I had a hard time putting the book down.  I loved America and Exeter, and once Phaeton’s questionable charms finally wore me down, I liked him, too.  It just took a lot longer because he has so many flaws and weaknesses.  Once he started thinking with the head on his shoulders, and not the head in his pants, I did find him much more likeable, and now I can hardly wait for his next adventure.

Grade:  B, leaning to a B+

Review copy provided by Bewitching Book Tours

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Review: Katana by Cole Gibsen


 

Title: Katana

Author: Cole Gibsen

Publisher: Flux

ISBN: 978-0738730400

 

May Contain Spoilers

From Amazon:

Kill Bill meets Buffy in this supernatural samurai tale

Rileigh Martin would love to believe that adrenaline gave her the uncanny courage and strength to fend off three muggers. But it doesn’t explain her dreams of fifteenth century Japan, the incredible fighting skills she suddenly possesses, or the strange voice giving her battle tips and danger warnings. While worrying that she’s going crazy (always a reputation ruiner), Rileigh gets a visit from Kim, a handsome martial arts instructor, who tells Rileigh she’s harboring the spirit of a five-hundred-year-old samurai warrior.

Relentlessly attacked by ninjas, Rileigh has no choice but to master the katana–a deadly Japanese sword that’s also the key to her past. As the spirit grows stronger and her feelings for Kim intensify, Rileigh is torn between continuing as the girl she’s always been and embracing the warrior inside her.

Review:

I loved this book!  It had one of my favorite romance tropes – an enduring love that crosses over lifetimes – and a ton of action to keep things moving along. I couldn’t put it down.  Protagonist Rileigh is just snarky enough to be amusing instead of irritating, and the martial arts battles were fun to read.  I was sad when I reached the last page. 

When Rileigh and her best friend are attacked after a shopping trip to the mall, she shocks everyone by beating the crap out of her assailants.  When her life was in danger, a mysterious presence took control of her and handily fended off the thugs.  Shocked, Rileigh doesn’t know whether or not she’s going crazy.  All she knows is that everything around it going nuts, and she is fighting all of the disruptions to her well-ordered life tooth and nail.  When handsome Kim tells her that her life is in danger, she has a hard time trusting him.  When he tells her she was a samurai warrior in a past life, she starts to freak out. How can that even be possible?

While I had to make a serious disconnect from reality, I found the premise of this story irresistible.  As Rileigh fights to keep her life normal and death free, she keeps finding herself in situations where she is forced to admit that there is something really, really wrong going on.  What is that voice that keeps talking to her, and how does she know how to defend herself against swords, shurikens, and pummeling fists?  She’s never given much time to think about her new abilities, because her life is unraveling right before her eyes.  She isn’t exactly the bravest person around, and she would really like to turn tail and run away from danger, but that annoying voice inside her head won’t let her.

This is a quick, fun read that will keep you turning pages in rapid succession.  I literally did not move for extended periods of time once I started reading Katana.  Rileigh’s voice is strong and distinctive, and she held my attention for her entire adventure.  I loved the flashbacks to her warrior past, and kept wondering how things could possibly be made right for Senshi and Yoshido.  I understood Rileigh’s reluctance to accept all of the weird things that were happening to her, though I did wish she had trusted Kim sooner, rather than later, when her stubbornness almost got her, and several of her friends, killed. 

If you enjoy fast-paced adventures with a strong, kick-ass heroine, give Katana a read.  Just remember to suspend your belief before you start reading. 

Grade: A-

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Interview with Megan Miranda, Author of Fracture

Megan Miranda is the author of Fracture, a debut novel that knocked my socks off.  Check out my review here.  I was delighted when Megan dropped by the virtual offices for a chat.

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

[Megan Miranda] Mom of 2. Loves football (watching, not playing), mac & cheese (eating, not cooking), and books (reading and writing them). Also, science.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Can you tell us a little about your book, Fracture?

[Megan Miranda] Fracture is about 17-year-old Delaney Maxwell who, at the start of the story, is trapped under the ice of a frozen lake for 11 minutes. According to the doctors, she should either be dead or severely brain damaged, but 6 days later, she wakes from her coma, seemingly fine. Except she’s not fine. She soon finds herself drawn to the dying, and she’s not sure whether she’s drawn to death or causing it…

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

[Megan Miranda] I’ve always loved science, and yet I’m drawn to the stories we don’t quite understand—to the things that science can’t explain yet. To the fluke, or the anomaly—the person who is supposed to die, but survives. Outwardly, I think a lot of people look at it as a miracle, but I also got to wondering what it was like for that one person. Can they really walk away from disaster untouched?

As for the characters, those kind of just….come to me. I wish I had something more insightful there J

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

[Megan Miranda] I tend to start with characters and relationships first, and develop plot last. Finding and developing the external plot was by far the biggest challenge of the book.

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

[Megan Miranda] Growing up, I loved to read the darker classics—Lord of the Flies, Heart of Darkness, anything by Edgar Allan Poe—and those are some of the few books I actually read more than once. They are well-loved on my bookshelf.

Just like with coming up with the concept of Fracture, most of my ideas stem from the things we don’t understand yet. From hearing about things that science attempts to explain, but isn’t always able to prove. These always spark a lot of what if type questions for me. It gets the creativity flowing.

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

[Megan Miranda] Silence. I know that’s only one thing…but I don’t really need anything else. I prefer to have my laptop, but I wrote Fracture on a small Netbook just fine. And in the absence of a computer, I’m fine jotting things down in a notebook, too. Other than silence, I’m pretty flexible.

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

[Megan Miranda] I can’t pinpoint the specific book, but I loved reading Michael Crichton. I was very interested in science, and his books showed me that you could really do both—science and writing—together.

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

[Megan Miranda] I have 2 young kids, so usually I’m doing something kid-related when I’m not writing. For the most part, I only write at night.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Thanks!


You can learn more about Megan by visiting her website, and by following her on Twitter.

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