Genre

Wolf Pleases Another Reader

KL Mabbs’ book is an exciting and fast-paced read! While it has genre elements of military, sci-fi, fantasy, and even romance, this book is at heart a chase novel. You’ll feel cold, wet, exhausted and afraid for Michael and Faelon as they flee their enemies. You’ll feel the adrenaline and excitement as they turn around and go on the hunt. And you will feel the creep in the small of your back as you come to understand who is hunting the hunters. Pick it up, read it, and prepare for a long night by a nice fire as the winter winds howl straight through to the end!

The Next Big Blog Roll

Jay Allan Storey

http://www.jayallanstorey.com

Jay is a writer friend. He has the courage to write in different genres and try new things, I respect him for this alone. He’s also a good writer. Look for him in the future. He’s the tag behind me in this The Next Big Blog Roll.

 

Here are my answers to the Blog Roll:

1. What is the working title of your book?

Wolf: A Military P.A.C. Novel

            2. Where did the idea come from for the book?

Wolf came out of a picture, from my mind, the image of a wolf caught in a trap and when discovered, became human. What did it mean? How did this come to be? A lot of concepts come to me in this manner, and often become the start of a story. since i think in pictures, this seems appropriate.

            3. What is the genre of the book?

Wolf is Urban Fantasy / Paranormal Romance. It could even be called Military Sci-Fi, so it crosses a few genres.

            4. Which actors would you choose to play your characters in a movie rendition?

Hard to say, Michael is almost six eight, and black. A Denzal Washington type comes to mind. For Faelon, I like Angie Harmon.

            5. What is the one-sentence synopsis of your book?

Micheal Scott finds a women in his trap line, she’s beautiful, and feral; now they’re fighting enemies on different fronts, as their world’s collide over a piece of military hardware that could save them both, if it’s not destroyed in the process.

            6. Will your book be self-published or represented by an agency/publisher?

Wolf: a military P.A.C. Novel is currently available on Kindle and Smashwords.

            7. How long did it take you to write the first draft of your manuscript?

For Wolf it was approximately a year.

            8. What other books would you compare this story to within your genre?

I’m not sure about books, but authors: Jim Butcher, Kim Harrison, Ilona Andrews, all write books in this genre that remind me of my work, stories that grab ones attention and don’t let go. Or that’s the hope for my work. reviews tell me my opinion about my work is right.

            9. Who or what inspired you to write this book?

I write for several reasons, need, desire, even to help, but my heroes have always been the authors that write great heroes and heroines. That comes from my mother and father who were true hero’s and rescued me and my family from a fire when we were young. We all survived.

            10. What else about your book might pique the reader’s interest?

Wolf has, at it’s heart, the Navajo mythology as it’s religion and new tech that changes the world it lives in, like ours, and a sense of obligation to the environment we live in. New ways to look at things. So it covers a lot of ground and emotion for people to think about.

Laura Kostur is the next tag in this blog roll game of tag: she is an author of extraordinary emotion and depth. Her interests are varied and her perspective, unique. Look for her, she will be great in this field.

You can find her here: http://composeconceivecreate.com/about/