Night World Series
Gretchen S. B.
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Date of Publication: Aug 21st, 2015
Number of pages: 235
Word Count: 84,500
Cover Artist: Bookin' It Designs
Viking was not sure what to do with himself with Gwen in Montana. That is until his path crosses with Mia's. She is a beautiful sensitive who is being haunted by a strange being Viking has never heard of.
Mia Jones might not have an exciting life as the owner of an independent book store, but she is okay with that. Then she meets Viking and it is as if her life goes tumbling down a rabbit hole.
Mia and Viking must pull together to fight off the being that is haunting her. As Mia adjust to the Night World it appears this being might not be working along.
Gretchen is a Seattleite that loves her home. She has a day job as a Program Coordinator a local university. She is a struggling Indie Author, struggling as in she is trying to make her living writing books. She loves to read, write and create characters. As well as knit and binge watch Netflix. She is also on a sporadic book blog and internet radio show with some of her college friends. She currently lives with her husband and their mischievous Rotti mix, who always seems to find something new she shouldn't be chewing on.
From all over. Dreams, conversations with people, driving past something. I find there is no consistency to where a spark can come from.
2. Name your top five favorite books.
I can't. I know it is a lame cop out but I have found that different books have affected me strongly depending on my mood of circumstance.
3. How do you handle writer’s block?
I do one of two things. I either get up and do something else, like binge watch Netflix or I work on a different story entirely. I find that sometimes a block means I should simply be working on something else.
4. What inspired you to write this book?
The first book in the series did. As I was writing Lady of the Dead I felt myself wanting to write a story from Viking's perspective.
5. What’s the hardest part of being an author?
Finding the time to write! I have a day job as well so that limits the time I have to write each week and balance everything else that needs