Fantasy, Sci-Fi, and a Taste of Exquisite Darkness

January 20th Tour Stop at Lisa Haselton's Reviews and Interviews

Lisa Haselton's Reviews and Interviews is hosting a stop today for 'Daughter of the Drackan's' Virtual Blog Tour. This was a fun interview, and goes a little more in-depth into Keelin's character and what I do on an average day in the life of me.

Click the link above to see the whole interview. Comment, ask me questions, talk to me! You can also enter to win a $25 Amazon or BN gift card, and grab your copy of 'Daughter of the Drackan' throughout the tour at a discounted price. This is so much fun, and I love chatting with readers at this stop.

As a protagonist, Keelin isn’t necessarily for everyone. She’s gritty, haughty, and sometimes annoyingly whiney. Despite her violence, bloodlust, and infuriating stubbornness, she’s also loyal to a fault, independent, and remarkably good at what she does—namely killing. There’s a lot of my own wild side in Keelin; of course, that’s the side of me I’ll never let out, save for through my characters. She struggles constantly to discover who she is within two opposing worlds, neither of which want to accept her completely, and does the only thing she can to find the answers she needs—manipulating those around her in whatever way suits her purposes.