Coffee chat with author Angela Parson Myers
So, Angela, coffee…how do you have it and what’s your favorite time of the day to partake?
D L: Congrats on the release of When The Moon Is Gibbous And Waxing. What an unusual title. In a world of one word titles (Fallen, Halo, Shiver, Beasty, Matched, Divergent, Shattered etc) what made you choose a traditional title?
D L: If life is a highway, what mode of transport are you taking?
ANGELA: The only werewolf story I've ever read/seen that I absolutely love is Ladyhawke, and I love it not because of the shapeshifting--I'm not even sure the hero qualifies as a werewolf--but because of the love story. I did like the werewolf character in Sanctuary, too, though that doesn't qualify as a werewolf story either--just a story that has a werewolf in it. I've always had a soft spot for werewolves, but I've had a hard time finding stories I could relate to. I think I tried to remedy that by writing one for myself.
Also, I really like Monroe on Grimm, too. He's a werewolf of sorts, isn't he?
I hope you enjoyed learning a bit about Angela, I certainly did. And I for one want to hear about the mail box story. What about you? Leave a comment and I'm sure Angela might be coaxed into divulging the mysterious tale behind the mailbox.
Unspeakable evil rises with the moon...
Graduate student Natalie Beres can't remember who attacked her that autumn night under the full moon. She can't remember anything between leaving her lab in a secluded building at the south end of campus and arriving at her apartment in the wee hours of the morning. Covered in blood. Not her own. Other than the loss of memory, she's completely unharmed.
She can't say the same for the men who attacked her. The grisly campus murders force Natalie to dig deeper into what happened that night, to force herself to remember. But what she learns about herself is horrifying. When the police officer investigating the murders tries to get close, Natalie is caught between her attraction to him and her fear of discovery. But worse, can she avoid being found by the young man with a similar problem who's on his way from the West coast to find her...leaving a trail of shredded corpses along the way...?
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
D L Richardson is the author of speculative fiction. She has three teen novels and one short story anthology published. Her first novel reached number 2 at OmniLit and number 38 at Kobo Books. Her second reached number 1 at OmniLit. Little Red Gem is her third novel and recently won 2nd place Best Books of 2013 Paranormal Cravings. She lives in Australia on the NSW south coast with her husband and dog.