Friday, November 21, 2014

Blog Tour: Family Heir by Sara M. Drake - Author Guest Post & Giveaway

Family Heir

Sara M. Drake

Kelley longed for a normal life – to go to college, to have normal friends, and to work a nice desk job. When an unknown predator starts a killing spree, she finds herself drug back into a world that includes vampires, werewolves, and her ex-husband. Kelley agrees to lead the small team to find the murderer – which consists of one uncommunicative ex-hubbie and an inexperienced federal agent. Only shots in the night prove that Kelley has become a target and her training as a Hunter does nothing to prepare her for being hunted.

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Guest Post by Author Sara M. Drake

Sara M. Drake’s Top Ten Paranormal Creatures

10. Vampires (they had to be on the list somewhere)
9. Mermaids (if I don’t list them, my best friend will disown me)
8. Selkies (I wanted to be one as a kid)
7. Witches (I wanted to be one as a teenager… maybe a Selkie witch)
6. Werewolves (I might have dated one once… too hairy and a bad temper)
5. Pixies (maybe I watched Peter Pan too much as a kid, I want some Pixie dust!)
4. Big Foot (I put them in my book, so that have to make the list, right?)
3. Moose (I’ve been walking through the Rockies for years looking for one and haven’t seen one—             they must be mythical).
2. Were-cats (and why don’t they show up in book more often?)
1. Dragons (do they count as paranormal? Oh well, I say they are!)

Kimber Leigh's Thoughts:
Yes, dragons can fall under paranormal. In fact dragons are so amazing, they can go on just about any list you like! Turn them into weredragons and I'm in heaven. I prefer werecats to werewolves-- but only if they're large cats, like a tiger. The last thing I want is my studly hero turning into a snobby Persian cat...
Thanks for sharing your favorites, Sara!

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      Author Bio: 

Sara developed her book addiction as a young child. Her concerned parents attempted an intervention and cut off her supply. These desperate times called for desperate measures forcing her to write her own stories. Since a human being cannot live on books alone, she has worked as a stage hand, care giver, active duty Air Force, college instructor, mental health counselor, and civil servant on the theory that more pay equals more books. Outside of that, she spends time developing a reputation as a crazy cat lady and irritating introvert.

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  1. I would like to say to Sara that there is no such thing as a crazy cat lady!

    1. Well... there is that lady on the Simpsons who throws her cats. She's one of my favorite characters.

  2. Thanks so much for having me on your blog!!! Were-dragons--love it!!!!

    Sara M Drake

  3. I agree on dragons (and were-dragons!) as well as were-cats. Were-tigers are the BEST! Thanks so much for hosting a tour stop!

    1. My pleasure! I actually love were-anything... well maybe not rats... and definitely not the giant spider in my upcoming novel, Bitter Envy!

  4. Ms. Drake's book sounds interesting. And I couldn't help but smile reading her author bio. :)

  5. Spot on with this write-up, I truly think this website needs much more consideration. I’ll probably be again to read much more, thanks for that info.
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