Thursday, 15 August 2013

SJ has come to play...with 10 things we need to know today...

10 Things to Know About Haye Deborah Diddle
1.     Released as part of Breathless Press's Naughty Nursery Rhyme line, the story is inspired by the rhyme Hey Diddle Diddle
2.     Other possible titles were In Haye's Forest and The Adventures of Deborah Diddle
3.     Each part of the rhyme is expressed in the characters Deborah meets on her journey
4.     The first scene that popped into my mind was a large cat dressed in a coat and playing a fiddle
5.     Three words to describe the heroine Deborah: feisty, brave, kind
6.     Three words to describe the hero Haye: seductive, dangerous, passionate
7.     In my head the villain Garl, leader of the trolls, has a London Cockney accent
8.     The first review described it as "a brilliant escape from reality that simultaneously brings you back to your childhood and shoots you forward as a woman."
9.     Haye may be one of my sexiest leading men yet!
10.  The melody commonly associated with the rhyme was first recorded by the composer and nursery rhyme collector Jame William Elliot in his National Nursery Rhymes and Nursery Songs

Step into a world where the greatest adventure of all is desire.

When Deborah Diddle leaves her quiet village to escape a forced marriage, she soon comes across Haye, the most seductive and mysterious male she has ever seen.

Haye offers to teach her about the desire she craves, but he is not of the mortal world, and to know his touch Deborah must face the challenges of his forest; a world of bizarre and fantastic creatures, seductive temptations, and dangerous enemies.

Will Deborah succeed and win Haye? Or will she succumb and lose both herself and the male who stirs her body and soul...

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SJ Thomas

Writing sweet yet sizzling paranormal romance, scorching paranormal erotica, and dark paranormal horror SJ Thomas has had several short stories and novellas published and she is still building up to her first full-length novel.

SJ lives in the South West of England with her wonderful husband and a very spoilt Springer Spaniel. She has a full time day job so has to fit her writing in whenever she can, although like every author she would love to write full time one day. When not writing or working she loves to read and enjoys walking, geocaching and surfing badly.

More details about SJ's current and future works can be found at the following links and she is always happy to chat via Facebook or email.


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