About the Book:
Love. Lies. Magick. Betrayal.
Alexis Allcroft is used to being different, but nothing could have prepared her for the buried secrets about to be revealed.
With her seventeenth birthday approaching the only thing on Alexis Allcroft's mind other than her birthday party is Sebastian Valto, the hot new guy in school.
Things suddenly take a strange twist, and in an effort to take the spotlight off herself, a spell backfires and her secrets are revealed as well; secrets she didn't know existed.
With her world quickly spinning out of control, Alexis realizes no one is what they appear to be, not even herself! Alexis will soon learn that family secrets run deep, blood deep....
About the Authors:
Morrigan lives in a small town in the heart of Texas with her husband Robert and their daughter Brianna. She is also an ordained minister and is active in her community. When she is not busy working on a book, she enjoys spending time with friends and family and she loves to shop. Morrigan and her sister Misty also hope to one day open a coffee shop.
Misty Carmony I is 27 years old and lives with her loving husband Charles in a small town in Texas. They have three Pitbulls named Budwieser, Corona, and Munky. She is on the town's local volunteer fire department, and is currently working on her BS in business management. She enjoys reading, writing, and spending time with her family. She is also a big supporter of PBRC and BADRAP which helps save pitbulls.
Morrigan and Misty are avid readers and self-proclaimed critics. Growing up, they wrote a lot of poetry together. In 2009 they decided since they read so many books, and are so critical they might as well try writing one; and so the Blood and Magick Series was born. We really hope you all enjoy our books as much as we enjoy writing them.
Author on the WEB
1. Do you enjoy giving interviews?
2. How much impact does your childhood have on your writing?
It really doesn’t. I didn’t start writing until I was a teen and then it was poetry. I didn’t start reading for pleasure until I was in my 20’s.
3. What was the greatest thing you learned in school?
I suppose I learned how to use my creativity in writing in Ms. Wheeler’s 10th grade English class.
4. Do you admire your own work?
I do. I am much more critical of my work though than I am of others.
5. Who else’s work do you admire?
Wow, there are too many to list.
6. What do you think is the sole purpose of books?
There isn’t just one purpose for books. There are so many genres: self-help, dieting, fiction, historical etc. Some are for self-improvement, some for pleasure, some for repairing your home or automobile etc.
7. How would you convince a young person to pursue writing?
Writers don’t need convincing. You’re either a writer or you’re not. Writing is not something you can force.
8. Are experiences based on someone you know, or events in your own life?
My book is based on some facts and a lot of fiction.
9. What books have influenced your life most?
I would have to say books by Raymond Buckland and Scott Cunningham have greatly influenced my personal life.
10. If you had to choose, which writer would you consider a mentor?
11. What book are you reading now?
I am not reading anything at this time because I am writing Blood and Magick Book 2.