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NEW from Sela Carsen!

The entire Wolves of Fenrir series in one volume!

By the year 2225, humans have come a long way. Broadening Earth's frontiers into the galaxy means taking a crash course in inter-alien relations, and humans are - mostly - embracing their new allies.

The Fenrir are Viking descendants of the Great Wolf of Norse myth. These heroes and heroines from across the galaxy have come back to Earth to help keep our planet safe.

A physicist and an assassin, a spy and a mechanic, an old soldier and weaver, a general and an interpreter - Fenrir and human alike know when their heart align. Fall in love and run into danger with all of them as they face down an enemy threat that could plunge the Earth back into a war to end everything.

Meet Sela Carsen, romance queen!

Q: What was your first paid published work?

Not Quite Dead was published by Samhain Publishing in 2007. It was the first story I ever finished and I broke every possible rule for submitting it. But it worked. I loved working with Samhain, and my editor, Angela James, was a fantastic mentor.

Q: Do you listen to music when you write? What kind?

Sometimes. I often listen to rain sounds, but every once in a while, a story or a scene will demand something different. Video game soundtracks work well - I find them on YouTube. But I had one story that could only be written to country music. No surprise, since the hero was a rising country star. But generally, I prefer instrumental music, as opposed to anything with lyrics.

Q: Do you outline all your work, or fly by the seat of your pants?

I’ve evolved from a full-on pantser into a plotser. I still mostly pants my stories, but there always comes a time when I have to sit down, think it through, and set up a few major tentpoles to get me to the end.

Q: Do you ever read your own books? Why or why not?

I do. It’s usually years later, but every once in a while, I wonder why anyone ever thought they were good. I’m usually pleasantly surprised, although I always catch typos or places where I still feel I could have worded things better.

Q: What was the most useful advice you got as a beginning writer? And the most useless?

Most useful: Finish. The damn. Book. You can write and write and fiddle around on dozens of different projects, but until you bring one from an idea all the way through to completion, you will not understand the fullness of the journey.

Most useless: Write what you know. Because as a beginning writer, it’s too easy to limit yourself with that advice. If I only wrote what I knew then, there would have been a lot about college classes, a lot about packing and unpacking, and a lot about potty training children and dogs. After a while, I worked out that what it really meant - to me, at least - was to write what I understand of the human experience. Love, joy, pain, grief, fury, despair, passion. Those are the things we all know. The trick is to write them in a way that other people can experience - and know - them with you.

Q: You’ve finished your book! What do you do after writing “The End”?

Drink. Sleep. Do laundry. Clean my desk off. Pay the bills I forgot to pay during the last push before I shipped it off to my editor.

Then I start the next one!

Q: If you won the lottery, would you keep on writing?

Yes. Absolutely. I moan and whine and complain about it, but I’d still do it. But at least if I won the lottery, I’d be able to hire a personal assistant to take care of the marketing and production end of it!


New: Moonlight Sonata

by Elizabeth Donald!

A new collection of twilight tales to chill the heart, from the award-winning author of Setting Suns and Nocturne Infernum. Elizabeth Donald has been called “a storytelling ability to rival that of Stephen King.”

Be among the first to read her new collection of short stories, many of which have never before appeared in print.

Order this creepy new collection!

Hardback $30    Paperback $15    eBook $4.99