USA Today Best of 2012

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Guest author Susan Palmquist

Today I welcome Susan Palmquist, author of Sleeping With Fairies (fantasy romance). Sleeping With Fairies is 30% off now through Christmas, along with 14 other Lyrical Press titles.

A brief holiday interview with Susan:

1.)    What is your all-time best Christmas memory?

When I was five and my grandmother bought me a blue toy car I could ride in. Sitting in the driver’s seat was the doll I’d been waiting for all year long.

2.)    As an adult, what is your favorite part of December?

Everyone seems to be in a good mood and much nicer to one another.

3.)    Favorite Christmas movie, and why?

ELF, it’s just so funny.

4.)    Why did you write this book?

I wrote Sleeping With Fairies because I’d always wanted to set a book in Ireland because my grandmother was from there. I love all the mystery about fairies and ghosts and all the other magical stories from there and decided to include that in the story.

Thanks for visiting, Susan. Here's hoping you have a nice day filled with bumping into all those merry  people.

A bit more about Sleeping With Fairies:

When you're in love, magical things can happen.
Magic is a big part of Claire Mahoney’s life, but that gift comes with the burden of a curse. The man she marries will die a month after the wedding. A gifted landscaper, she beautifies people’s gardens but is missing the light of love in her own life.
Michael Finnegan swears he will never be romantically involved again, not after the death of his wife. His daughter, Rachel, is of another mind when they move next door to Claire, whom she suspects is a witch. Rachel also begins to look up to Claire as another mother, thwarting Michael's desire to remain casual and distant from his new neighbor.
Sparks fly and the magic of true love follows. But when the curse rears its ugly head, will Michael and Claire be destined to never live happily ever after again?
Content Warning: Sexual Situations.

Piper Denna
Romance is sexy!

1 comment:

Sutton Fox said...

Sounds divine. Stories set in Ireland are one of my favorites to read.

Have a great holiday!