Icy Sedgwick: I like my coffee black, like my soul (e-Interview)

LivinginCyn.com’s e-interview feature for October welcomes Icy Sedgwick, traditionally- and self-published author of several short and regular-length novels.

This time of year, I think of pumpkins, Halloween and ghosts, so having Ms. Icy Sedgwick join us and share what she’s up to is particularly exciting for a wimp like me. Visits to her website will quickly reveal that she is almost like the author expert in all things paranormal.

If you haven’t yet decided on a good book to curl up with during the transition from All Hallow’s Eve to the Day of the Dead, you might swing by Icy’s website for some inspiring reads. She entertains and educates with such blog posts as, 3 powerful people to meet at the crossroads: Papa Legba, the Devil & Hecate! (Did I mention I was a wimp?)

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That’s what he said Thursday: Braegan shows the way

A blog I follow announced last week an online meme among writers and readers called, “That’s what he said Thursday”. What an awesome idea!

That's what he said Thursday ¦ Living in CynI decided not only to tip my hat to C.S. Wilde for sharing this idea with her readers, but also for acknowledging Carianne from Cuppa ‘n Critiques who led me to the blog Chapter Break — the apparent originator of this delightful challenge!

Because these days I’m mostly editing, and also rewriting a work of non-fiction, I thought I’d turn to someone whose work I’m currently reading: Megan Haskell.

Haskell is the author of “Sanyare: The Last Descendant”. In the scene quoted above, the protagonist, Rie, just arrived in the Shadow Realm to find the truth about the assassination attempt on her life. She just met Braegan, a vampire who has offered to help her find her way around town. If he hadn’t been so damn good-looking, she might have turned him down on the spot, but instead she gets a little closer than she should!

Join the fun! It’s Easy!!

“Post a favorite line from your book boyfriend to his heroine. These are direct quotes from dialogue in a book. It is not a physical description of a male protagonist or a paragraph of dialogue. It is a line spoken by our favorite heroes to their lucky ladies or guys!” ~Carianne

Go ahead and add your favorite line in the comments or link to your blog post in the comment below. (If you’re feeling extra ambitious, go ahead and share on Carianne’s, C.S. Wilde’s, or Chapter Break‘s websites as well!)