"All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us." —J. R. R. Tolkien

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

WITCH HUNT by K. C. Blake

Today I'm excited to feature for you guys a friend who's an indie author who has a brand new book!

WITCH HUNT by K. C. Blake


K. C. has agreed to stop by and answer a few questions for us, so I dove into the question drawer, and here's what I came up with!

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PJH: There are tons of books out there. Tons! Give my readers five awesome reasons why your book has to be the one for them to read!

KC:
1. It’s about witches playing games. What could be more fun?

2. It has twists and turns you probably won’t see coming.

3. There is a forbidden romance.

4. The characters will stay with you even after you finish the book.

5. It is a fast-paced book you won’t be able to put down.



PJH: If the apocalypse came, would you still find a way to write? If yes, then how and why?

KC: Who would read it? If we were in an apocalypse, there wouldn’t be anyone available to publish it or read it. No, I wouldn’t keep writing. I would grab some guns and defend my home like Reba in the Tremors movie.



PJH: Finish this sentence, and tell us why. Writing is a lot like….

KC: Writing is a lot like time travel. You see things others don’t see, visit places others can’t visit (unless you take them along), and people are usually skeptical that you can do it. When you talk about writing they get the same look in their eyes that they would if you talked about time travel. LOL


PJH: Mummy vs. Bigfoot... Who would win and why?

KC: Bigfoot would win if he was smart enough to unravel the mummy.



PJH: Please share your favorite inspirational thought with my readers!

KC: Don’t just write what you know. Write what you love. If you love the characters, so will the readers.


PJH: Thanks, KC!

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From Amazon:

A magical game of Hide n Seek begins.
Find the missing player and win.
The game resets, everyone forgets, and they start to play again.

Starr Hughes hasn’t believed in magic since her mother died. As a reporter for the school paper she’s only interested in cold, hard facts. When she hears rumors that the mysterious It-Squad members are about to play a secret game, she is determined to learn all about it, especially since she’s been in love with one of the members half her life. Hiding under the headmaster’s desk, planting bugs, and breaking into a fellow student’s locker are all on her to-do list.

Starr is about to discover that witches not only exist, but they need her help. Someone is using the game to steal their memories, their powers, and maybe even their lives.

ATTENTION: Although this is the second book in the series, each book has its own set of characters and can be read as a stand-alone book.


You can buy WITCH HUNT on Amazon now!

2 comments:

Angela Brown said...

Sounds like a very intriguing novel. And when games are involved, there's always something at stake.

PJ Hoover said...

I totally agree, Angela! And I kind of love the cover, too!