Favorite reads?I love Barbara Erskine, and Stephen King.
Inspirations for the book?I wanted use my wide knowledge of paranormal and religious conflict.
Did you know you wanted to be an author when you were little?I've always enjoyed writing and still have a notebook of stories from age eleven.
Any Pet Peeves?Prejudice in all it's forms.
Chocolate or Peanut Butter?Chocolate!
The weirdest thing you've ever done?Tried to get an exchange with a student in Siberia. Luckily I didn't succeed. The follies of youth!
Is there a soundtrack to the book/Favorite music?No. Love classical pop!
Do you need anything to write?Silence.
How long do you write on any average day?I take a bike ride to get my brain moving then write from 9.00am - 3.00pm
Author Info:Give us the number one reason to read your book.It has a message the world needs, but is put over in the form of a fast-paced exciting read.
Amazon Book Page: http://www.amazon.com/Imogenes-Message-Paranormal-Don-McNair-ebook/dp/B00K91UC2Q/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1399856734&sr=1-1&keywords=Imogenes+Message
You tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=913tfn50dW8&feature=youtu.be&a
When extreme religious fundamentalists known as the Phineas Priesthood led by Ezekiel Yates and his three cousins, target Xantara Pembroke because they believe she is a witch, they launch a major conflict between unworldly disciples of good and evil. This 60,000-word, action-packed thriller shows the twists and turns of both sides as they try to destroy or save the souls of earth.
Imogene is the daughter of Xantara, a Guardian of Avebury Circle, an ancient monument near Stonehenge. For over three thousand years, wives of eight village families have performed ceremonies to heal local people, with power handed down from first daughter to first daughter. The Pembroke family encounter extreme prejudice from the Priesthood.
Braedon the village doctor is drawn into a world he didn't know existed to protect his daughter. His wife Xantara keeps her secrets and causes conflict in the marriage. All that is forgotten when Imogene levitates in Avebury Circle.
Will the world believe Imogene’s incredible message?