Author: MaryLynn Bast
Series: Heart of a Wolf Series (#1)
Genre: Paranormal Fantasy
Publisher: Werewolf Tails Publishing
Release Date: Original Release Date May 17 2012
Edition/Formats: eBook & Print
Due to her unusual birth, Amber has abilities no other werewolf has ever possessed. On the run since childhood, the lone wolf avoids contact with other werewolves at all cost, continually moving, constantly looking over her shoulder and always alone.
Everything changes when Amber saves a werewolf from the mere brink of death, Blake, the only werewolf to ever protect her. Love blossoms, but not without tribulations when Amber realizes she must help her new pack rescue a member who is being held hostage by a rival pack.
Warring with emotions of going from lone wolf to the pack leader’s mate, Amber must decide if she is willing to risk Blake’s life to know true family and friendship despite the fact that the Council is hell bent on locating her and will stop at nothing until she is found. Will Amber’s special abilities be enough to keep everyone safe?
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How do you deal with writers block?
I bang my head against the desk, the wall and whatever else I can until the stories jar loose again. :)
The easiest way for me to get past writers block on a story is to jump to another story for a bit. Usually when I do that it kicks my brain into another gear and then it will hit me on what I need to do on the original story I am working on. It also helps for me to take a step back, read someone else’s books for a while then go back into mine clear headed.
A lot of my stories come to me when I am about to fall asleep…then I jump out of bed and run write it down.
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He barely registered the sound of gravel when the black truck veered off the road onto the narrow shoulder. The slight drop jerked the steering wheel sharply, startling him awake, but it was too late. The truck was already out of control. The last thing Blake saw was the ground flipping by a couple of times. The truck rolled over the steep embankment, bouncing off the large rocks and boulders on its way down towards the bottom of the ravine and the small stream that flowed swiftly through its base. Then everything went black.
On the far side of the ravine, from her vantage point high up on the hill, just inside the trees, the black wolf stood and watched the vehicle slowly drift to the side of the road, then go out of control. Tires slid in the gravel losing traction, the truck slipped off the road and tumbled down the side of the embankment. There were no tire marks on the pavement since the driver never hit the brakes. Amber knew the truck would be there for days, weeks, or even months, before it would be discovered. Picking her way rapidly through the sprinkling of trees and boulders she hurried towards the ravine. The scent of blood was strong, urging the wolf forward.c