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Do you have No Remorse?

Recently a good friend of mine, MaryLynn Bast, wrote a new PNR called, No Remorse. I have beta read it and think it is great! Totally different from the normal werewolf reads out there. Right now, read the synopsis, get to know the author by reading the interview and please leave comments for her! She is BRAND new so she needs your support!


Amber knows she is a werewolf, but that is all she knows. She has been on the run since childhood, never staying in one place so as to avoid contact with other werewolves, who seem intent on capturing her (or worse). By accident, she is reunited with the only other man/wolf she felt close to. Blake becomes her world and helps her lose her fearful solitary life and find a pack of werewolves she can live with. She is more powerful than any other werewolf—ever. Is she something besides just a werewolf? Amber is mated to Blake and, during the official ceremony, comes face-to-face with her long lost family, old friends, new friends, and the Council that has chased Amber her whole life.


1. What excites you most about your book’s topic?

I have loved wolves since I was a teenager and like the ideas of shape shifting into another form and running care free through the woods. Amber is alone in her battle of survival and finds it hard to let go of control to allow Blake and others into her life.

2. Why did you choose it?

Choosing the topic for this story was really by accident. I was alerted to a short story contest for werewolves and I wrote my 5,000 word short story in a couple of days. I set the story aside and one day came across it again. When I started reading it again, the story just seemed to flow when I started writing and adding to it, morphing into the novel it is now.

3. How long did the book take you from start to finish?

The overall story took me a little over 4 months to complete once I read over the short story and began seriously writing on the story line.

4. What aspect of writing the book did you find particularly challenging?

The challenge of writing is actually sticking to the routine. When everyone else is watching TV or going out, I was at the desk writing. Hearing others telling me I am losing out on having fun was the hardest part. I had to remind myself that my writing was fun for me and I had a goal in mind and I wanted to meet that goal.

5. What surprised you the most about the book writing process?

The hardest part for me was actually trying to write an outline of the story. When I wrote the outline it caused me to have complete writers block. My writing style is more free-style. I never know where the story is going to take me until I find that I am halfway down the winding road with many side roads branching off that can lead in any direction.

6. Did you have any favorite experiences when writing your book?

Typing the last sentence gave me such a feeling of accomplishment that I jumped up and ran around the room. Since I was in Japan at the time, in a whole different time zone, I could not call anyone to celebrate. Even though the manuscript was far from being done, just having the full story in writing, was a wonderful feeling of pure joy and butterflies in the stomach.

7. What do you hope your readers will gain from reading your book?

I hope the readers gain the understanding that not all stories have to follow the traditional roles. This is fiction and anything can happen. Just because the same thing always happens in other books, we can shake it up a bit, create our own ideas and run with it, to think outside the box we all seem to place ourselves in.

8. What projects are you currently working on?

I am currently working on the second story, Softest Touch where the main character is a werewolf. The characters of Softest Touch will be intertwined with No Remorse characters which will also lead to more novels that are already planned for this series along with short stories that will give my fans a better understanding of some of the characters that are not explained in the novels. Also in the works is a Science Fiction short story about a girl who learns to walk in dreams. A Criminal short story of a serial killer who is stalking predators. And finally an Erotica, a short story full of sex and intrigue of a vampire who turns the woman he loves into a vampire only to be torn apart.

9. Did you do any research for your books, or did you write from experience?

I do tons of research on my books. I love putting in facts of history mixed with fiction, making the story sound more real. Some of my ideas come from actual experience, but most of my stories are inspired from random things that happen throughout the day, a dream, a conversation and a very good imagination. Without imagination, the world would be a very boring place!

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<3′s and fangs,
Liz ^_^

Cynthia Vespia Interview

Please welcome Cynthia Vespia to the blog! Her new book Life, Death, and Back is hot on the book scene and Cynthia was kind enough to give me an interview. I am currently finishing up her book and will be reviewing it tomorrow. (inside scoop: I am loving it! Thank you.)

So here we go:
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Interview With Kelly Hashway

Please welcome author Kelly Hashway to the Vampyre Kisses Blog! I am so glad you have decided to join us for a little chit chat about your new book. (and please check out the book trailer below!)

Let’s get started:

EK: What is your “elevator” pitch for your book?
KH: Dash has the perfect life until the Super Sweeper 5000 shows up. Sweeper runs all over the house sucking up the leftover food scraps, and he even gets his own room! But Dash won’t give up his place as the favorite dog without a fight.

EK: Please tell us what publishing Continue reading

Night Shadows Interview

Please welcome Author, Fifth Degree Black Belt with the American Taekwondo Association, and Iowa club owner….:drum roll: Stephen L. Brayton.

Stephen as a new book coming out entitled, Night Shadows.

The book will be coming out on Feb. 15th in eBook form. He graciously accepted doing an interview with me so please take a moment to get to know him!

(synopsis of Night Shadows is posted at the end of this interview)

1. Please tell us about your book., Night Shadows. Is it your first? A series?

Actually, I’ve written a couple of novels and several short stories. Night Shadows is out February 15 and I’ll have another novel released in July but it actually was written before Night Shadows.

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Zombie Interview

I would like everyone to welcome DeAnna Knippling to the Vampyre Kisses blog! She is the whole reason for Zombie Week being up. DeAnna is a terrific author with a great book coming out: Choose Your Adventure! Zombie Apocalypse! She is a great person to talk to about writing and Continue reading

Interview: Kyann Zorain

Please give a big hand to Kyann Zorain and welcome her to the site! I am so glad to have you here for an interview!

Can you tell us a little about how the book came to be? What it is about?

The new release it called The Diary of Twitched Whiskers, a stray who stumbles upon the small village of humans and animals called Strawberry Hills. He is befriended by Badger, who later becomes a good friend to Twitched. Badger’s younger son later gives Twitched a log book. Twitched thinks of writing a story about a Continue reading

Interview with Lucien Black

Welcome Mr. Black! I must begin by saying that your books sounds very interesting considering the way it came around to be.

Can you tell us a little about how the book came to be? What it is about?

Thanks Elizabeth. First I want to thank you for taking the time to share this interview with your readers. It’s hard to believe that I just released my fourth book in the No Vacancies series. So this interview is perfect timing.
No Vacancies is a short story based series, offering readers various stories from multiple genres. One of my aspirations as a writer was to write comic books and over time I developed many stories for the comic book format. Without a full time artist to draw the works, I changed the format to be a series of “episodic” short stories. I’ve compared the series to a sort of Goosebumps for adults. My works cover multiple genres and may either be stand alone short stories or may be multi-part. So for example, the series, Outcast, is a multi horror Continue reading

New Interview

I just found out that my interview with Lauren Carr as been posted on her site! Follow the link below to take a look!

Happy Reading!

Liz ^_^

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