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Wolfie Friends Day 2-SERPENT'S KISS

The Wolfie World Tour continues, so be sure to follow the link for an excerpt from BLACK GOLD and a chance to win the gift certificate. Today, we’re at Feeling Fictional

I’m excited to have Thea Harrison join the Friends at Home Party. Thea’s exciting Elder Races series is making waves for good reason! I loved Dragon Bound and Storm’s Heart, and now have Serpent’s Kiss to look forward to coming October 4.


The opportunity to write my Elder Races series has been extremely exciting. I’ve discovered some interesting challenges while taking this journey. Writing a paranormal romance series, at least for me, has been unlike anything I have ever done before. I have the overarching world building in an alternate Earth and storyline to develop, indications of character developments and challenges from the other books in the series, the relationship between the main characters, and the challenges they face that are unique to their story. And all of this happens within a 90,000 – 100,000 word count, which is a standard paperback length novel!

I love exploring relationships in a sci-fi/fantasy setting and work hard to make each story unique to that particular couple. Sometimes that feels risky—STORM’S HEART (book two) is quite different from DRAGON BOUND (book one). The third book SERPENT’S KISS is different again,a dark, twisting tale that shifts the reality of that world on its axis, and is, ultimately, the story of a renaissance of a very old, jaded soul. The series (so far I have written through book four) has been an amazing experience, and I hope readers find the journey as rewarding as I have.

SERPENT’S KISS: Book 3, Elder Gods

In the latest Novel of the Elder Races, a Queen on the brink of sanity has no one to rely on except the Wyr warrior whose conviction is every bit as strong as his passion…
In order to save his friend’s life, Wyr sentinel Rune Ainissesthai made a bargain with Vampyre Queen Carling—without knowing what she would ask from him in return. But when Rune attempts to make good on his debt, he finds a woman on the edge.
Recently, Carling’s Power has become erratic, forcing her followers to flee in fear. Despite the danger, Rune is drawn to the ailing Queen and decides to help her find a cure for the serpent’s kiss—the vampyric disease that’s killing her.
With their desire for each other escalating just as quickly as Carling’s instability spirals out of control, the sentinel and the Queen will have to rely on each other if they have any hope of surviving the serpent’s kiss…

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Leave a comment for a chance to win your choice of formats of Book 1 or 2 (Dragon Bound or Storm’s Heart) (ebook or print). Answer the question: Think back to your childhood (or other reading) and tell me what was your favorite series.

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Lisa J

My nephews and I loved the Clifford the Big Red Dog books. I used to read them to the boys all the time. When I got my first puppy I bought quite a few of them and would hold him on my lap and read them to him. My Mom was a preschool teacher before she retired and she would borrow them from me to read to the kids, her boss thought it was hysterical my mom had to borrow the books from my dog.


When i was young i loved reading Dr. Seuss books. They were fun, imaginative, and made me laugh. Sometimes i get to read them to my younger cousins and they like them too.


Gone Away Lake and it’s sequel closely followed by Nancy Drew.


I can’t remember any favorite series from my childhood, but I loved H. Ch. Andersen’s tales, especially the one about the mermaid who gives away her voice in exchange for a pair of legs. It was such a tragic love story, I’ve read it many times.


I’ve heard amazing things about Thea’s series–they are on my TBB :) As for favorite childhood series, there are so many! Beverly Cleary’s Ramona and Henry Huggins and others; Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House books; Judy Blume came a little later; Susan Cooper; Edward Eager’s magical books; Mrs. PiggleWiggle…CS Lewis’s Narnia… So many wonderful books and escapes!


For me, it was Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys, also was a big fan of Sherlock Holmes and Agatha Christie.


When I was younger, like any time before I graduated high school, I was NOT a fan of reading. In truth I hated it, and didn’t get into reading until I started college and read the Harry Potter series. Now I will read a variety of General Fiction (romance, fantasy, sci-fi, etc.) novels.

Becky Ward

I remember reading all kinds of animal stories, but the Black Stallion series is the one I remember the most. I also read Nancy Drew and Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House books too.


Nancy Drew. I loved those books when I was younger. Both the classics and those new paperback versions that they came out with.

Now I mainly read paranormal and suspense.

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When i was in elementary school my english teacher use to make us read a book and then write a summary about it. I would always read the nancy drew books and that is how i got into mystery. It’s just grown from there. I’m now reading Lisa Jacksons selena alverez/regan pescoli thrillers. Left to die and chosen to die are my favorites in the series so far.


Winnie the Pooh… I remember reading them in elementary school! :D


I wasn’t a big reader as a kid but my favorite was Nancy Drew.I have two older sisters who read them,so of course I had to read them too.

Sullivan McPig

I was in love with the books of a Dutch Author: Thea Beckman
She wrote the most amazing historical adventures. Only one has been translated to Englisg as far as I know: Crusade in Jeans, about a boy who travels back in time and by accident has to join one of the Children’s Crusades.


I was a HUGE Nancy Drew/Hardy Boys fan! I had the complete printed series and was thrilled when they started the tv series.


I can’t remember any series when I was young.

June M.

When I was a kid, I loved the Laura Ingelis books. When I was a preteen/teen I loved VC Andrews books, all her various series.

Brenda Hyde

Oh my, you’re going to make me go that far back? LOL Encyclopedia Brown was one series I loved, and also Pippi Longstocking. Yep, it was quite awhile ago!

I have wanted to start Thea’s series SO badly, but my oldest started college and I spent more on textbooks than I’ve ever spend on paperbacks. Sigh. He’s SO geeked about college though so I bit the bullet.


I remember learning to read from the Little Miss/Mr books like Mr Happy and Miss Mischievous :-) Other faces were the Berenstein Bear books and of course, Dr. Seuss!

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Thea Harrison

Hi Vivian!

Thanks so much for having me today! It’s a blast to visit with you–and I wanted to wish you all the best on your upcoming release of the awesome BLACK GOLD!


Na S.

I grew up reading Nancy Drew (my favourite series), Little House on the Prairie, Sweet Valley and Fear Street. Even at a young age I was exploring all the different types of genres, mystery, historical, contemporary and paranormal. That hasn’t changed :)

I would love to read Storm’s Heart in print format.


Ohh I’ve read both of these and really hanging out for serpents kiss

JoAnna B

Ok, thinking back to middle school, I was reading the Sweet Valley High School series. Then through high school I was reading V.C. Andrews’ Flowers in the Attic series. I don’t really remember reading any series prior to those.

Mary Jo

My mother had Agatha Christies books and they are the first series I remember diving into in grade school. As a child , I remember being intrigued by Where the Wild Ones Are.

Stephanie M

I loved Junie B. Jones, Nancy Drew, and the Boxcar Children series.

Mary Preston

The Enid Blyton Secret Seven books were a lot of fun to read as a child.


Tracey D

I enjoyed reading the Meg series. She was a teenager who solved mysteries. The books were similar to the Nancy Drew series.

Lindsey E

I remember reading The Dark is Rising books and loving the mythology.

Heather F.

I loved reading The Unicorn Chronicles by Bruce Coville. The only thing I didn’t like was that it took so long to get the last two books, I started reading the series when I was a child and I finally got to read the last books when I was in my early twenties. I also loved the Nancy Drew books, the Babystitters Club books and there was a few others that I just can’t remember them.

I would love a print format copy of Dragon Bound!


Judi S

I was a big fan of the Trixie Belden books and Nancy Drew. Oh, and the choose your own adventure ones too!

I would love a print copy of Dragon Bound.

Judi S


I was a big fan of Sherlock Holmes and my favorite books was Peter Pan, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
I think the best books all the time.
Thanks for the giveaway!


For me, it was Pippi Longstocking, then The Chronicles of Narnia and then, because I devoured books so quickly, even as a child, that my father introduced me to the Ring Trilogy, and I was hooked.

Jen B.

I loved Sherlock Holmes and Agatha Christie. I know that I loved Dr. Suess as a much younger kid.

Tamara Hoffa

Already have both books so don’t enter me, but jst wanted to say I LOVE this series!

Carol L

It was the Nancy Dew and Hardy Boys books for me. Great question. :)
Carol L
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Back when I was in grade school, I used to love reading the Cam Jansen mysteries and would go to the library often to borrow one after another until I finished reading all Cam Jansen books available :)



Actually, I really didn’t get into book series until just a few years ago, unless you count Dr. Seuss. I’m not sure I would consider those books as part of series, rather just written by the same author – BTW – was/is there really a person named Dr. Suess?
Thanks for the giveaway!
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wanda flanagan

Ive always been an avid reader from the time I learned how as I little bit I read everything I could get my hands on I couldnt wait for the book mobile to come each week as a teen I still read everything but I loved sweet valley high


My favorite childhood/young adult series was Fear Street by R.L. Stine. I was completely obsessed with the series when I was in junior high and I bought boxes of those books!
I’ve read Dragon Bound and loved it. Would love to read Storm’s Heart!



I loved Judy Blume’s Romana series. I loved the movie they just made, Romana and Beezus!


I used to read Chrispher Pike all the time. loved those books

Brandy'z Books

Hi, I would say that when i was little I loved the Sweet Valley High books (w/ the twins). As I got older I got more into Christopher Pike, Rl Stine and L J Smith. Now that I’m a little older I would say my fave is the Riley Jensen series by Keri Authur. I would love to get the 1st book in this series in print.


Marlene Breakfield

I was a bit of a tomboy and loved the Tarzan books.


I was part of the whole R.L Stein Goosebumps craze in my childhood so that would probably have to be my childhood favorite.



It pretty much went in this order
Runaway Ralph
Nancy Drew
Louis Lamour- (Middle school)



Nancy Drew, Hardy Boys and the Berenstein Bears.


My favorite books series was about horses. It was when I was about 10 years old. I remember the last one I read was when I 14. But for the life of me I have’t been able to find that series, I had a patient a few years ago that remember getting the series for her grand daughter, but she couldn’t remember it either.
This one by Thea looks so good, and I’m adding it to my gotta have. I;ve heard so many good things about the series.
thank you!


Chelsea B.

I loved reading A Series of Unfortunate Events when I was around twelve– before then I pretty much hated to read, haha ;-)


Dealing with Dragons by Patricia C. Wrede, her Enchanted Forest Chronicles was my favorite. I dont know how many times I have reread them all, just love it. Dragons, a little love, and some cherry dessert!
Fun to think back =) And I would LOVE to read another dragon book, Dragon Bound. I hear good things about this series!

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This is way back, the Box Car Children, when I was very young.