Thursday, October 9, 2014

Akamai Author - Lyn Croft

Akamai Author Countdown
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Lyn Croft, YA Paranormal Romance Author 

Join me in welcoming Lyn Croft, author of the Bloodline Series and one of four authors in the collection Shivers.  Book 1 in the Bloodline Series, Blood and Lilies, has 29 reviews on amazon with 4.7 stars!  

Read the Hawaiian countdown to learn more about Lyn Croft and her work.  

'Elima - Tell us a little about your book, Blood and Lilies:
Once cast from Heaven, Zillah has vowed to destroy God and overtake his kingdom. But a key is needed to open the gates between the two realms. 
The Key to the gate walks the earth in the form of a woman...young, innocent and completely unaware of her importance in the battle between good and evil. Once her blood is shed, Zillah can open the portal to release her father...Lucifer himself. 
Cara, a college sophomore, is quickly thrown into the world of the supernatural, as well as learning of her true ancestry. Vampires, werewolves and the Nephilim are now a part of her reality. As the beings struggle to protect her, she fights to keep her sanity as her mortal realm is crushed. 
Secrets are revealed that could shatter Cara’s new found love, as well as lead to her ultimate death. A family is torn apart as the battle to save the key leads them down a road of betrayal and heartache. Loved ones are lost, lines are crossed, and nothing is as it seems. Lies and truths twist and turn, leaving us with only one question… 
Could you sacrifice the one you love to save the world?

'Ehā - Share what inspires you:
There is so much, where do I begin? Art, music, poetry, books, nature, beauty. I pull from everything around me for inspiration.

‘Ekolu - Share three random facts about yourself:
Crafty bead maker, video game fanatic, and should have been born a Mexican with all the chili I eat.

‘Elua - What do you consider two of your best resources?
My education in writing and my muse.

‘Ekahi - Share one symbol that describes you as a writer and why:
A ring – a never ending cycle of insanity that represents the stories playing in my head
Mahalo to Lyn for stopping by today.
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