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Wolfie Friends Day 10-SAVAGE TRANSFORMATION

Once you’ve met Lexxie and entered, the Wolfie World Tour continues today at The Book Pushers

Lexxie Couper rocks the writing world with red-hot contemps and intriguing paranormals. She’s been writing for a long time and explores outer space, the Australian outback, and Hell itself in her books. Then she has a cuppa and does it all over again.

I love her to pieces- as a friend, as an author. Here’s a little bit from her to you.

Lex:

Paranormal. Say the word. Paranormal. It’s like you took something boring and made it interesting.

Who doesn’t walk down the street and wonder if the hot looking guy with the broad shoulders and five o’clock shadow doesn’t shift into a wolf late at night and run wild? Who doesn’t notice the sexy-as-sin bloke with the pale skin and tormented eyes doing his grocery shopping late at night and wonder if he’s a vampire trying to live a normal life? Who doesn’t watch the roguish hunk playing his guitar to a swooning girl on the park grass and think…is he a demon stealing her soul through song?

Okay, maybe not everyone wonders or thinks those things, but I do. Can’t help myself. I guess that’s why I write paranormal: I can’t not. *grin*

Paranormal. Say it with me. Para-normal… Taking something boring and making it interesting. Or, as I like to say, take one common, everyday dog-walker, add one lone werewolf and shake…


SAVAGE TRANSFORMATION: Book 2, Savage Australia

She thought she had a life—until being hunted shows her she’s never really lived.

Jacqueline Huddart has spent her entire adult life on the run. Not from the law, or even a jealous lover. From herself—and what she is. That strategy works for her until a funeral demands she return to home ground, and her best friend disappears. Finding Delainie means Jackie must confront the truth…and accept the help of a mysterious, sexy-as-sin Texan.

Marshall Rourke isn’t the only one flying under the radar. He’s on an off-the-grid quest to track down a rogue ex-partner who hunts paranormal beings for the joy of the kill. Convincing the unexpectedly feisty Jackie to trust him isn’t easy, but there’s no better way to lure the hunter into the open than to dangle as unique a target as Jackie—the last Tasmanian Tiger shifter in existence.

Trouble is, Marshall hadn’t counted on Jackie’s brutal right cross. Or the fact that her simmering sexuality calls to his inner wolf on every imaginable level. And that the killer is about to use their desire to add them both to his trophy case…

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Winner will get their choice of formats- print or ebook for Savage Transformation. Leave a comment answering the question: What’s the farthest place you’ve traveled to?

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Mary Preston
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I have traveled to the Kimberley’s in Western Australia. Beautiful & rugged.

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emmad
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Hmm. Well I live in New Zealand and the furtherst I’ve been is England. Also spent 6 months in Kentucky.

Irene Jackson
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Well I’m from England and Austria is the farthest I’ve been.

Lisa J
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My farthest trip was to Hawaii. I live in Minnesota and the plane trip certainly seemed to take forever to get there, but no time at all to get home.

Sullivan McPig
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That depends on what you count as travelling. In real life I’ve been as far as Prague, but in books and my imagination I’ve been to other worlds and universes ;-)

Tracey D
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I live in MD and the farthest place I’ve traveled to is Geneva, Switzerland.

Carol L
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I live in New Jersey and sadly the farthest I’ve traveled is Texas and Vegas.
Carol L
Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

Kristy
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Sadly, the furthest I’ve traveled to is Washington D.C, I live in California.

kliu107(at)gmail(dot)com

Fedora
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So far it’s been to Huang Shan (Yellow Mountain) in China. Lots of places still on the list to go!

f dot chen at comcast dot net

Joder
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I’ve never left the county which saddens me. The furthest I’ve gone is 5 or 6 states away from where I live.

Louise
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I was born and raised in England, then visited and eventually moved to Pacifica (15 minutes south of San Francisco) in California 19 years ago. So that’s roughly 6,000 miles apart. A couple of short trips to France (from England) as a teenager. I’m slowly marking other U.S. states off of the list. Though next summer will be heading to England, with a short diversion to Italy (for the first time)!! :D

Diane
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I live in Western Canada and the farthest I’ve travelled in North America is a road trip to Ohio, the farthest I’ve travelled internationally is to the UK.

miki
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It was Malta ( i’m in belgium) for my studies

Colleen
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For me… only the Carribean… one day I hope to go to Ireland…

cait045
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Budapest, Hungry this summer. I was a fabulous place everyone should visit.
usignolc(at)yahooDOTcom

Cathy M
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I am a California girl, and the furthest I’ve traveled is Maui.

caity_mack at yahoo dot com

Marlene Breakfield
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The farthest that I’ve traveled is from MS to Washington D.C.

Estella
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I live in Oregon and I traveled to Hawaii.

elaing8
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I have not gone far.The farthest would be to Winnipeg,Manitoba from Ontario.

JeanP
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I live in Ohio and the farthest I have traveled is to Norway, Sweden and Denmark.

Vanessa
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The farthest I’ve traveled was to Ecuador.

Nancy Gilliland
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Unfortunately, this midwest gal has only gotten as far as Albuquerque, New Mexico on a college trip-would love to travel more but the budget won’t let me.

Darcy
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I love the post, and of course love Lexxie Coopers books. I love paranormal. I bless the day I got my Kindle and the whole world of paranormal opened up to me. The farthest I’ve been so far has been the North Slope, Alaska. It is a hop, skip and a jump form my home here about 24 miles north of Fairbanks Alaska. The Elliott Highway that turns into the Dalton Highway that very one now everyone knows as the “Haul Road”. The mountains here are turning yellow of fall colors as we get ready for the months of darkness… Read more »
Zina
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Ensanada, Mexico. We went looking for a parrot.
Hey Lexxie and Viv.
Zina
seawitchreviews@yahoo.com

Lexxie Couper
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I have to ask, Zina…was it your parrot?

wanda flanagan
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Im a North Carolina native and the farthest pace I have ever been to is Las Vegas .
flanagan@mebtel.net

Brenda Hyde
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I’ve only been as far as California– for a weekend convention over 20 years ago. What I loved more was going to Toronto– it’s not that far since I live in Michigan– but it’s where my husband asked me to marry him, then we honeymooned there, and have been back with the kids too. I love going to Canada!

Amy
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Farthest place I’ve traveled to was China when I was 4 years old.

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Na S.
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The farthest would be the east coast. I’m hoping to make it overseas soon!

Jen B.
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I visited Switzerland and went to the top of the Jungfrua mountain. Fabulous!
jepebATverizonDOTnet

Tamara Hoffa
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Frankfort, Germany.

Pamk
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I live in alabama and we meaning hubby, me, my two kiddos age 13 and 6 and my 70 something year old aunt did a 5100 mile road trip to nevada and back. Was way tiring but loads of fun

winnie
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Farthest place I’ve travelled to would be China!

chibipooh(at)gmail(dot)com

June M.
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Unfortunately, I have not traveled much. I would love to be able to travel and see different parts of the world though.

JoAnna B
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The farthest I’ve been is Germany. Farthest in the US would be Alaska.

Brandy'z Books
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Hi, The farthest place that I ever traveled to was California, I live in the midwest so it was quite the drive.

~Brandy
brandyzbooks(at)yahoo(dot)com

Macy
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I haven’t been very far… maybe 500 miles from where I live. I would love to travel some day, maybe to Ireland.

Macy
psigirl74(at)yahoo(dot)com

Becky Ward
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I never left the US, so the farthest for me would be Texas. I would love to see Alaska sometime.

beckyqward@gmail.com

JenM
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I’m from New Jersey and the farthest I’ve ever traveled is to Papua New Guinea. It felt like the end of the earth.
Jen at delux dot com

Anne
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I’m not sure in terms of actual miles. I’ve been to Southern Argentina, Alaska, Australia, Asia and a whole bunch of pacific islands.

Lindsey E
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I have been to Moscow and Baku.

SarahM
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I’ve traveled to Great Britain one summer but I’m hoping to go even farther in the next couple months!

smaccall AT comcast.net

Lisa
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Already have the book so please don’t enter me, Norfolk, Virginia, I think.