Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Symphony of Light and Winter by Renea Mason


Renea Mason writes steamy romances to help even out the estrogen to testosterone imbalance caused by living in a house full of men.

When she isn’t putting pen to paper crafting sensual stories filled with supernatural lovers, she spends time with her beyond-supportive husband, two wonderful sons and three loving but needy cats.

Her debut novel, Symphony of Light and Winter, finished second for Best New Paranormal Series of 2013 in Paranormal Cravings’ Battle of the Books and received a third place award for Best New Paranormal Romance of 2013 in The Paranormal Romance Guild’s Reviewers Choice Awards.

Renea is a member of Romance Writers of America, The Paranormal Romance Guild and The Fantasy, Futuristic and Paranormal subchapter of the Romance Writers of America.

She is also a founding member of Coffee Talk Writers and the Coffee Talk website–a site designed to support established writers and foster new talent.

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One woman. Seven men. All bound by one man’s undying devotion.

Fundraiser Linden Hill has a knack for reading people. She always knows which conversations will put a prospect at ease, which drink will loosen a patron’s lips—or his wallet, and how cleavage will make a donor sweeten the deal. She’s even foreseen her dateless weekends four hundred and sixty-four times in a row.
But ten years after watching life drain from her former mentor’s and first love’s eyes, her skills for divining the predictable are lost. When Cyril returns, he’s still gorgeous, but this time he’s beyond human, far less dead, and pissed. His lack of memory drives him to desperate acts, and his turbulent re-acquaintance with Linden pulls her into his war with a creature hell-bent on his destruction. His group of six supernatural men share a tantalizing secret, but despite the hunger, it’s love that leads her to sacrifice everything to save him…

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Q) What inspired you to write this story?
I honestly don’t know. I had a few scenes floating around in my head and they demanded to be brought to life on paper.

Q) How long did it take you to write?
The first draft took four months. The revisions took six months.

Q) What is your favorite thing about writing?
That magical feeling you get when you give life to character.

Q) What is your least favorite thing about writing?
Proofreading. I’m terrible at it and miss everything anyway, so it’s wasted effort.

Q) If you could be any famous person for one day, who would you be and why?
Andrew Lloyd Webber--Because I’d love to see what goes on inside his head.

Q) What is the oldest thing in your fridge and how old is it?
Anything on my husband’s side of the fridge. I honor expirations dates, my husband celebrates birthdays sometimes. I never look over there so I can’t tell you an exact item.

Q) What can readers expect from you in the future?
More Symphony of Light stories. Readers will learn that Linden receives an unusual side effect from the events of book one. I plan on writing a series of short stories to supplement the main series to expound on it.

They also can could on a really mess-up contemporary m̩nage trilogy this fall, starting with Book One РCuring Doctor Vincent.

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