November. Always a busy time. That's why it's great when an author has the time to sit and talk to us, like Suzanne Madron did recently.
SC: Tell me a little bit about your main character of this book.
SM: Where to begin? His name is Nemesis, and he’s a minor deity who is a little more than insane, but given what he’s been through after his resurrection, I think we’d all be a little insane.
SC: It's never good when a deity is insane. Power trippers aside, do you believe in the paranormal and if so, do you have an experience you can share?
SM: Very much. I’ve had experiences since I was a child, and as an adult I’ve seen what I thought were re-enactors, but that turned out to not be re-enactors. (My house is built on a former battleground of the Civil War and has had some weird goings-on since the day we started fixing it up.)
While renovating our house, I’d hear a phone ringing in the foyer by the front door where there’s no phone nor phone lines (we did discover an old cut phoneline, but it’s not connected to anything and ends in just wires, but at the time we didn’t even have phone service to the house). One time I heard a doorbell that isn’t the doorbell we have. It sounded like my grandparents’ old doorbell, and when I went to see who was at the door, no one was there. I closed the door and turned to see the long bell chimes on the wall. When I pressed the doorbell button it sounded like church bells instead of the meek little ‘ding-dong’ of the doorbell I had heard.
Every once in awhile I smell a very floral perfume in my office, or I’ll catch a whiff of hand-rolled cigarettes in the house (no one smokes).
SC: It sounds like you are pretty congnicent of things around you. Probably good fodder for your stories. What titles are you working on now that you can tell us about?
SM: Currently I’m working on the fifth book of the Immortal War series: A God in a House of Crosses.
SC: Thanks for stopping by today. Let's take a look at your book now.
Immortal War Series
When an amnesiac deity is accidentally resurrected by an ancient evil, his only hope of remembering who and what he once was is a vampire named Lamia. When she runs to him for protection, an inescapable fate is unleashed upon them both as they fight to survive.
NEMESIS is the first installment in the Immortal War Series.
Book Trailer https://youtu.be/pkjBGDXNvDQ
About the Author:
Suzanne Madron was born in New York City and has lived up and down the east coast. Currently she resides on a house built over a Civil War battlefield in the wilds of Pennsylvania where she has been known to host some interesting Halloween parties. She has authored several novels and stories under various names including Suzi M, James Glass, and Xircon.