Share Your World – 2014 Week 39


Share Your World – 2014 Week 39

Did you ever get lost?

I don’t remember ever getting lost.

Who was your best friend in elementary school?

I really don’t remember a best friend until 5th grade. Her name was Deborah and we are still in touch today.

Since the news television season has started in the US, list three favorite TV shows.

I don’t watch prime time television, so I have no favorites.

If you were a mouse in your house in the evening, what would you see your family doing?

Hubby would be watching television. I don’t know the names of the shows he watches, but he watches things like: Alaska Living, This Old House, Ice Road Truckers, Football Games, Louisiana Living, American Idol, etc… I’m sitting beside him reading a book.

Bonus question:  What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?

I am grateful that my mom was not hurt in a small fender bender she had on Thursday morning.

This week I’m looking forward to a lot of peace and quiet, the cooler weather, and hopefully getting a lot of writing done.


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Shadow Stalker: The Delohi-Saqu’s Fate (Episode 2) – Cathnor, A Character Interview

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Cathnor, A Character Interview

You grew up with Kado, can you tell us what he was like as a child? Was he always this temperamental?

Kado and I have done a role reversal over the years. As a kid, I was the serious one and he was much more laid back. He tended to enjoy adventure, and I was usually the one who would get him out of trouble.

So, in many ways he was much like Auren when he was younger. Do you see a lot of her in him?

They are alike in some ways. Auren is definitely adventurous, but I do think a lot of that was Kado’s doing. He rubbed off on her a bit in that department. He may have become more serious, but his love of adventure never really faded. I think the difference between them is that Kado never had a rebellious streak. He just loved to explore. Auren has a tendency to have issues with authority. She’s actually a lot more like her father.

You said Auren is more like her father, since we have yet to hear much about the wonderful Zain. Can you enlighten us with some details?

Zain is not one you would expect of a leader of the shadow stalkers. He has always been very laid back and tries not to take life too seriously. But when he has to get serious, you don’t want to be on his bad side. He was very good to Kado and I growing up. I don’t think we could have had a better man to raise us and mentor us. There is a mysterious side to him that I don’t even think his wife fully understood. He had a lot of secrets about the shadow world that he would never share. He has a better understanding of why the shadow stalkers were created by the shadow people.

What was it like growing up on the Dark Isle? Did you ever wish for a different life?

I never knew another life. For the shadow stalkers, the Dark Isle is our home. It’s not common for a shadow stalker to live anywhere else. It’s hard growing up on the Dark Isle, and not just because of the intensive training we receive.

The Dark Isle itself is a very dangerous place. Oddly, the plants are more dangerous than the wild animals. Each village is different, but you know everyone and everyone knows you. It’s rare for there to be conflict between shadow stalkers, so the whole village feels like a family. Everyone is always willing to help everyone else.

You learn honesty from a young age as well. Shadow stalkers know when they’re being lied to, so you learn very quickly that deceit will not get you far. So the people on the Dark Isle are much more open and honest with each other than they are in the Serpent Isles. I can’t think of any reason I’d wish for another life.

Did you ever hold resentment towards Kado growing up? What were your feelings towards him?

I was very protective of Kado. It did annoy me at times when I would have to get him out of trouble, but I never felt resentful. I really loved him as a little brother and doted on him from the day Zain brought him home. As we grew, we were always very close.

The way Kado is handling Auren’s training do you approve or disapprove? Why or Why not?

That’s a difficult question. As a rule we do not interfere with how another shadow stalker is training his charge. If they do the wrong thing, it will be the shadow people who interfere, so we do not have any reason to concern ourselves with that. I will admit that I believe his feelings towards Auren may stand in the way of his objectivity. He cares for her more deeply than he will ever show.

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Erron – A Book Review



By Melanie Schulz


For years, Erron has been running from the ones who have slaughtered his family. With his abilities it’s been easy. Until Willow. It turns out caring about someone has it’s costs. He’s no longer uncatchable.


ERRON, by Melanie Schulz, is a well written and intense novel. I was hooked from the beginning to the end. The book was unique for me because I haven’t read many books with a Nephilim as one of the main characters. All of Melanie Schulz’s characters in ERRON, were complex, in-depth, and well-formed.

The story is told from different points of view, making it easy to get into the character’s heads and feel what they are feeling.

ERRON is full of mystery, secrets, tense situations, twists, and turns. There is an underlying sense of danger throughout the story that keeps the reader on the edge of his/her seat.

The book is a fast read that will hold the reader’s attention. I loved ERRON and hope there is a Book Two.

I recommend this book to all fantasy, paranormal, romance, and science fiction lovers.

I received a copy of ERRON from Story Cartel in exchange for an honest review.

5/5 Stars

Introducing Debra Mauldin


An Introduction.

Originally posted on The Write Stuff:

Debra is the second one of our new members to step up and introduce herself. Thanks so much, Debra. I’m really looking forward to getting to know you better.

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Debra Mauldin

Published writer, Mother to 3 beautiful daughters and Grandmother to 6, (4 girls and 2 boys). My grandchildren are my world! I am a Certified Aromatherapist with an Associate’s Degree in Human Services. Writing has always been a part of my life. My passions are writing, reading, helping others, gardening, nature, and spending time with my grandchildren. I am currently working on a short story anthology that will be women’s fiction. I hope to publish by May 2015.

I am also working on two different novels, one fantasy, and the other one science fiction. I hope to get both of these novels published in 2015.

Read Debra’s short story, Christmas Festival, here:
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