My name is Missy Fleming and I live in beautiful Bozeman, Montana. I am a Young Adult author and an extremely amateur photographer. Come follow me as I blog and post pictures from the places I visit. You’ll learn more about me, my books, and my life in general!
After a chance meeting Quinn reluctantly allows actor Jason Preston into her life, which has complications of its own. She’s not used to letting people get close. Falling for him while fighting for her life, and her family’s legacy, only complicates things more. Jason shows her exactly what she stands to lose, especially when she’s being attacked by the mysterious entity. Each attack is more violent and terrifying than the last…
Sarah’s Review: It was an interesting twist the normal Cinderella story that we all know. I’m really looking forward to the next book to see how Quinn gets her “things” back.
I have always been a fan of ghost hunting shows like
Ghost Hunters and Ghost Adventures. So once I had that in my mind, Savannah
seemed like the perfect place to set it. I loved the idea of a modern fairy
tale, dealing with ghosts instead of magic and using real world situations like
high school, mean girls and deeds to houses.
February 2014! I’m working hard on it now!
Three. It’s still evolving even as I write it so I can’t
entirely say I know how the series will end, where the characters end up. I’m
always surprised with these books.
I never started this to get that blockbuster deal (of
course I wouldn’t complain!). The stories I write are about things I love,
subjects I find interesting. If there are people out there who enjoy them, it’s
reward enough for me. I know a lot of authors say it, but in a lot of ways I
write for myself, just getting the voices out of my head. In ten years, if my
books are still being read and enjoyed, I’ll be happy and know I was able to
accomplish something pretty cool.
(Name or personality wise.)
I don’t. I’m single, no kids yet, so my characters become
my children. I get to give them cool names, ones I’ve heard over the years and
thought, “That’d be an awesome name for a little girl!” Personality wise, I’m
learning to make them more unique. The first book I ever wrote the male
character was based on a rocker I love and the female lead had so much of me
inside her. Even now, that book feels way too personal, so I try not to do that
as much. I take quirks from people I know, add them in, tweak them. Mostly, I
like to go in a different direction, away from what is familiar to me. It’s
more interesting that way.
who would it be?
women’s southern fiction. I’ve read every single one of her books and she is amazing.
Second choice would be Richelle Mead, author of the Vampire Academy series and
the Bloodlines series. She’s created one of the only vampire series I like, not
to mention one of the best male characters I’ve ever read. Last, I want to have
lunch with George R. R. Martin because I NEED to find out how the Game of
Thrones series will end. I’m impatient. No, to be serious, I want to meet him
and find out how he does such an amazing job of world building and character
a great dystopian story.
Park, so in the summer I am always outside. This makes it hard to write! I
often slack in the summer. I love spending time with my family, especially my 3
year old nephew. I even like to pretend I’m an amateur photographer. I read ALL
THE TIME, too.
I am releasing another book called INTO THE DEEP. It’s a mermaid story, about a
girl who goes in search of a father she never knew she had. It will be out this
Absolutely a book hoarder! I never get rid of any that I have ever read! Thanks for the giveaway!
Yes, I think I am. We have book shelves all over the house. Now that I have a Kindle I'm hoarding a ton of free ebooks that I don't have time to read.