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Quote of the day: “I’d have been dead a long time ago if not for my friends, one of whom had just jumped off the cliff after me.
I’d have been a lot more appreciative if he hadn’t pushed me first." Cassandra Palmer ― Hunt the Moon by Karen Chance

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Interview & Giveaway with author Alexa Grace! *GIVEAWAY OPEN*

Welcome Alexa! Thanks for stopping by. 

Spring is finally here! Have you started to any Spring cleaning? *looks around at so much work to be done..* *laughs*
Though it is killing me not to get started, I'm delaying Spring cleaning until after my next book Profile of Evil is published in May.What's your favorite thing about spring
I created an English garden in my front yard a couple of years ago, so my favorite thing about spring is working in the garden and watching the results of my hard work as everything blooms.Spring, also means your novel, PROFILE OF EVIL, is here! Can you tell us a little about this new trilogy?
Profile of Evil is the first book in the new Profile Trilogy and includes Carly Stone, who was introduced in Deadly Relations.

Carly Stone is a brilliant FBI agent who's seen more than her share of evil. Leaving the agency, she becomes a consultant for Indiana County Sheriff Brody Chase.  He needs her help to catch an online sex predator who is luring preteen girls to their death in his community.
The two resolve to stop this dangerous killer before he takes another young life — and time is running out.
Profile of Evil will be published in May 2013.

Which of your characters were the most challenging to write?
The sexual sadist, serial killer in Profile of Evil has been the most challenging to write because his character required so much research.  I was determined that his character, behaviors, and actions be credible so I researched by reading books written by profilers, discussed with my subject matter experts, etc.   This research was also needed so I could write an accurate profile for my Carly character

Do you think you'll ever write a romance outside of the suspense/thriller genre? 
I doubt that I will.  Suspense and thriller writing is what I was meant to do.  It's my passion.

Who are some of your favorite authors? 
I love reading books by James Patterson, Alison Brennan, Ann Rule, Kathryn Casey, Laura Griffin, and others.  I try to stick to the thriller or romantic suspense genre, but I have always been a fan of true crime.

A Few Randoms: 
Cats or Dogs?  I have five Miniature Schnauzers, three of which are rescues, that are important members of my family.

Spring, Summer, Fall or Winter?   I absolutely love the Fall and make a trip to Indiana every year to enjoy my family and the beautiful leaves.

Favorite TV Show?  Right now, my favorite program is The Following with Kevin Bacon.  The program is well written with strong elements of suspense.

Thanks for stopping by! 
Thanks so much for inviting me.

Title: Deadly Offerings
Author:  Alexa Grace
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Length:  314 pgs
Sub-Genres:  Romantic Suspense, Mystery, Thriller
December 2012 Anne Mason thinks she’ll be safe living in the Midwest building a wind farm. She may be dead wrong. Someone is dumping bodies in her corn field and telling Anne they are gifts—for her! As the body count rises, Anne realizes a cold-blooded serial killer is patiently waiting and watching her every move. And he won’t stop until he ends her life. It is clear there are no limits to this killer’s thirst for revenge or how far he will go to get it. Michael Brandt, the ruggedly handsome new County Prosecutor is the last person Anne can trust, but may offer her only chance at survival from a psychopathic killer. But will she survive the passion that rages between them?


Tour Schedule:

April 18 :  Dakota Trace  Review (book 1)
April 22:  My World  Guest Post
April 25:  DakotaTrace Review (book 2)
April 30:  A Great Book is the Cheapest Vacation Interview
May 1:  Jodys Book Review:  Spotlight and Giveaway
May 2: Dakota Trace Review (book 3)
May 4:  The Bunny’s Review  Interview

May 6 :  Sun Mountain Reviews Interview/Review (book 2 and 3)
May 8:  Zee Monodee Guest Post/Giveaway
May 10 :  Grinelda Markowitz’s Erotic Writing  Guest Post/giveaway
May 13:  Deal Sharing Aunt Interview/Giveaway

Alexa's journey started in March 2011 when the Sr. Director of Training & Development position she'd held for thirteen years was eliminated. A door closed but another one opened. She finally had the time to pursue her childhood dream of writing books. Her focus is now on writing riveting romantic suspense novels.
She was recently named one of the top 100 indie authors by Kindle Review.  A chapter is devoted to her in the book Interviews with Indie Authors by C. Ridgway and T. Ridgway.
Her book Deadly Offerings is Book One of her Deadly Trilogy. The second book of the trilogy, Deadly Deception is available as is Deadly Relations, the final book of the Deadly Trilogy.
Deadly Holiday is her holiday-themed romantic suspense book.  If you liked the books of The Deadly Trilogy: Deadly Offerings, Deadly Deception and Deadly Relations, you'll LOVE this nail-biting, holiday-themed novella where the characters return to search for a lost boy, fight breast cancer, deal with the personal financial impact of a bad economy, and seek a Christmas miracle.
Profile of Evil, the first book of her Profile Trilogy will be available in spring 2013.
Alexa earned two degrees from Indiana State University and currently lives in Florida. She's a member of Romance Writers of America (national) as well as the Florida Chapter. Her writing support team includes five Miniature Schnauzers, three of which are rescues. As a writer, she is fueled by Starbucks lattes, chocolate and emails from readers.
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Enter for a chance to win an e-book copy of your choice of any book in the Deadly Trilogy!

Also, don't forget to enter the tour wide giveaway, where you have a chance to win  a $25 amazon card and an autographed print set of The Deadly Trilogy!


donnas said...

Sounds like a great series. Thanks for sharing!!

Natasha said...

It does, doesn't it? I look forward to reading it myself. Thanks for stopping by!

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