Tell us your name and then a bit about yourself.
My name is Miranda Lynn and I’m freaking awesome! That’s my daily mantra for 2018 anyway. I hate these questions. I’m a Taurus, I enjoy my coffee in the morning, chatting with my amazing author friends, blog bitches, and readers extraordinaire. I’m an average person, mom, wife, constantly working on myself and the characters I write. I’m a procrastinator, constantly trying to find what works to keep me organized and a hater of all things having to do with cleaning.
When and Why did you start to write?
I started really focusing on writing more than a journal page about five years ago. I was inspired by a group of Indie Authors that told me to just write the story I would want to read.
What authors do you always read or suggest to others?
JM Walker, Sandra Neeley, Theresa Hissong, LK Shaw, Charity Parkerson, Terry Maggert, Maggie Adams, hmm maybe I should just take a picture of my bookshelf and share there are so many.
What is the most surprising thing you have found out with the writing process?
How tedious revisions can be and what a horrible person I am with grammer. Thank heavens for great editors!!
What are you working on now?
I just finished Sterling who comes out January 15th. I am now working on revision a short story for a box set coming in the Summer and I have picked up the third and final book in the Destiny Trilogy.
Rook heads to South America and finds his hands full with bringing the Pride out of the dark ages that Tomas had kept it in for years under his malicious ruling. He reunites with a few old friends and discovers a dark and twisted world he never knew existed behind the closed doors of the Alpha’s house. With the help of old military buddy Jonah he guides the Pride onto the path of a happy and fruitful living.
Fate has other plans when Rook is blindsided with the fact that his true mate had been kept in the clutches of the former Alpha. Locked behind doors and used as an object to be shared rather than respected and revered as all female shifters should be.
Will he be able to cull the evil from the Pride and make it safe enough for Casey to lead without fear? Will he be able to help his mate heal from the hell she has been put through and coax her cat to come out and play?
Feeling the need for a change, fox-shifter, Sterling accepts a mission in Texas to help a struggling pack’s club. The situation is worse than they thought when they arrive but when Sterling meets Reana he know he’s found he’s been given a second chance to have a mate . Too bad she doesn’t want one.
Reana is one of the few in her pack not effected by the black magic affecting them. When Sterling came to town, she thought he’d be the answer to their problems with the Resistance. She wasn’t expecting a possessive mate ready to settle down just when she’s ready to take off.
Time is running out and Sterling needs Reana’s help to save the pack before they’re forever trapped in this web of magic wreaking havoc on all their lives. But Reana isn’t sure she can accept fate and her mate, just as she’s ready to leave pack life behind for a life of solitude. Will Sterling change her mind and get his second chance? Or will Reana’s strong will keep them both from the happiness they deserve?
When writing are you a pantser or plotter?
Total Pantser. The only thing I plot are which characters get a book, hell I don’t even have an order. I tried that last year and my characters laughed hysterically and chose their own times to be written.
What are your social links?
What are your buy links?
Angie’s Review of Mack HERE
Kelly’s Review of Rook HERE