Looking a little shy with her closed eyes and blissful smile, Meredith Mansfield is an author I was keen to learn more about...and I'm pleased to say that her interview didn't disappoint.
With a diverse career including paralegal, programing and financial analysis, writing has been a constant of Meredith. This lovely lady has also spent time as a carer for her mother and no doubt her fantasy ideas have been bubbling away for many years.
As luck would have it, I scooped an interview with her this week for the Fantasy Sci-Fi Network.
Here are some highlights:
* Meredith has some great titles, but finds it hard to name her creations.
* She discusses the plot of her latest series: Dual Magics
* Meredith herself has created the great artwork on her covers
* Check out the photo of her cute furry companions
* She enjoys reading one of the lesser-used writing styles
* I think her super-power is quite splendid
You can check out the full interview here at the Fantasy Sci-Fi Network.
Here is Meredith's latest release: The Shaman's Curse
Vatar risked his life to try to save his friend--and failed. Now he has an implacable enemy in the vengeful shaman, who blames Vatar for the death of his only son. Vatar finds some comfort in daydreams. He knows the strange girl he sometimes imagines is just that--a dream. She’d better be.
Because, if she’s real things could get even worse for Vatar. The accepted magic of Vatar’s plains tribe wouldn’t enable him to see or communicate with a girl he doesn’t even know--or know where to find. That would be more like the magic passed down in certain, closely-guarded bloodlines among the ruling class of the coastal cities. And that’s bad. Very bad.