1. Tell us about your story
A girl who sees monsters. A stalker who saves lives. Is this a dream come true, or are Calli’s nightmares coming to life? Aged out of foster care, two jobs to keep me afloat, and finally on my own…until Mr. Sexonlegs dives into my life. Literally. This guy may be the sexiest man alive, but his stalker tendencies and disappearing scales are freaking me out.
I’m in danger. The Unseelie Queen is after me. Yeah right!
Maybe I’m losing my mind. Maybe my crazy childhood memories are real. If I don’t run for my life, I need my head examined. Guess I better book that shrink, because I can’t get away, and now I’m not sure if I want to anymore…
With worlds colliding and the threat of romance on the horizon, can Calli uncover what’s real before it’s too late to escape? Find out in Shades of Human.
2. Is this part of a series or a standalone?
Shades of Human is book 1 in what will be a new 3-book series that will be released all in 2019.
3. What do you think are you MC’s strengths?
Calli has grown up alone from a very young age. She’s self sufficient and strong-willed. She can take care of herself, and she’s nobody’s victim. Love, danger, whatever is coming for her, they’re going to be along for a bumpy ride.
4. What are their weaknesses?
Calli has lived a hard life in and out of less than perfect foster homes. She trusts no one. And she refuses to accept help no matter what—her mother’s dying wish is one she plans to keep. But with danger on the horizon, the promises of her 4-year-old self are going to be put to the test. Survival 101 may be her motto, but staying alive one her own isn’t going to cut it this time...
5. What is the central theme of your book?
Trusting someone with your heart can be as deadly and terrifying as trusting someone with your life, but if you’re lucky, it’ll be so worth it in the end.
6. Where can we find out more about you and your books?
Come check out my website as www.jlmyers.com or drop in an say Hi on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/author.jlmyers/
I AM AN AUTHOR, BLOGGER AND A JOURNALIST.
“Description begins in the writer’s imagination, but should finish in the reader’s.”