A couple of days ago we got to meet Neptune Flowers, today it’s Amy Spector’s turn to guest my blog. Amy and I have talked daily for about four years time now. We met through Beaten Track Publishing. We were both part of the Boughs of Evergreen anthology, and while we didn’t talk a lot during the process of writing it, we both latched on to Al Stewart. And later on Amy asked Al if he wanted to do a horror project with her and Al said she should ask me, and that’s how it all started.
Buried Desires was born, and the plan was for it be three stories. Al, Amy and I each started writing but life got in the way as it often does and Al was unable to finish his story. So Buried Desires #1 became a double feature.
The year after Amy and I wrote Buried Desires #2, and then last year life got in the way again, and there were no Buried Desires #3. This year there is, though. And this year we have three stories since we managed to persuade Neptune Flowers to join us.
But, just because I talk to Amy every day doesn’t mean you know her as well as I do. So here’s your chance to catch up. Once you’ve heard what she has to say you know everything there is to know about Amy Spector, the woman who brings people back from the dead.
Are you ready, Amy? One word answers only!
Paper or Plastic?
Superman or Batman?
Silver Age Batman
It’s the cape, right?
Fame or Money?
Puzzles or Boardgames?
Book or Movie?
Weird or Crazy?
Breakfast or Dinner?
Wrong answer, but let’s move on 🙂
Sunshine or Storms?
Christmas or Halloween?
Vampire in a Santa hat!
Boat or Plane?
Antique or Brand New?
Heels or Flats?
Music or Podcast?
Blue or Green?
Paintings or Photographs?
Scooby Doo or Tom and Jerry?
Shower or Bubble bath?
Library or Museum?
You can’t make me pick!
I tried, didn’t I?
Stripes or Polka dots?
Zombies or Robots?
Really, I’d guessed zombies, considering…
Thank you for coming, Amy!
On October 10th Pretty Plastic (Cold Finger #3) will be released and if you haven’t read Amy’s Cold Fingers series, I suggest you get right to it because it’s awesome. If you’re a fan of classic horror, you should definitely read it, and if you’re not, you can read it as a paranormal series.
I love the Cold Fingers books, I love the perfect mix of funny and creepy. Christopher Minnick used to have an antique shop, but now he doesn’t really have anything except his boyfriend Victor Polidori, his brother, and a few friends…
Amy writes the best secondary characters. While you have to love Grant, Christopher’s friend and former colleague, no one beats Flora, Vic’s mother, in my opinion. Flora is a crazy old lady with a thing for tasty young men LOL.
Don’t miss this series!
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Christopher Minnick is still not a zombie.
Three months after his run-in with the vampire Marcus Gråsson, Christopher’s ankle has healed but his life is anything but perfect. There are people watching the house. Flora’s worried about the scarecrow. And after an unexpected tragedy strikes, Christopher will need to figure out how to deal with the loss without tearing a rift between his brother and himself.
When Victor accepts a job with Pretty, a prestigious private hospital, to work alongside the handsome Austen Poole, Christopher ends up with one more thing to worry about. While it might seem like a dream job, there’s something not quite right in paradise, and when Vic starts acting strangely, Christopher will stop at nothing to get his man back.
When striving for perfection, you sometimes need to get your hands a little dirty.