As part of the massive Instafreebie giveaway I'm participating in this week, authors and bloggers are performing a little cross-promotion on each other's blogs. Today I'm hosting Susan Darlene Faw, author of Seer of Souls.
The time for hiding is finished. The dead are restless. She is COMING...
Cayden and Avery Tiernan have grown up in isolation on the fringe of
the realm. Gifted with forbidden skills, they hide their growing magical
powers. Ancient prophecies speak of the ones with the power to depose
To protect her throne, Queen Alcina
scours the land for evidence of magic, while the darker force she serves
threatens the land with chaos. She is not the only huntress however.
Primordial seekers discover the twins first but before they can escape,
the death of a queen’s guard puts the entire village in jeopardy. To
save their town, the twins flee, only to be dragged toward an unknown
Guided by her gift, Avery senses lies and
treachery where others see only truth. Dare she trust her instincts? For
Cayden, an irresistible voice whispers to him. Does it belong to the
souls of the dead and are they calling him home?
have two more books written and published in the series, a prequel
entitled Soul Survivor, which I give away for free as an introduction to
the series via instafrerbie to grow my mailing list & fan base. (https://www.instafreebie.com/free/sEipV )
Book two is a January release.
Here's a short interview with Susan:
1. What is your writing Kryptonite?
2. Do you want each book to stand on its own or are you trying to build a body of work with connections between each book?
am building a series of books (prequel plus 3) that will be a box set.
You could read the books independently but you will get more out of them
if you read them in order. I will always write in series, I am simply
think in grand scales!
3. What was the best money you ever spent as a writer? The $20.00 per month subscription cost for Instafreebie. It’s dynomite!
4. How many unpublished and half-finished books do you have?
because my first book was picked up by a publisher and all focus swung
that way, but until then, I had started a few other series to see how I
felt about what I wanted to write next. When the Spirit Shield Saga
finishes up in the spring of 2017, I have my next new novel already 1/3
written, a nice boost if I say so myself!
5. Do you
read your book reviews? How do you deal with bad or good ones? I read
them, but mostly try to ignore them. I never look at Goodreads reviews,
and only Amazon so that I can keep count as I am pushing for a certain
level of book reviews before the launch of my next book in the series in
January. It’s called Soul Sanctuary and I just put it up for pre-order,
6. Does your family support your career as a writer?
What, mom is a writer?