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AAD Meet and Greet: Author Jae Lynne Davies Interview + Giveaway

Feb 11, 2011

Happy Friday everyone! For Todays AAD Meet and Greet, we have a sweet <3 I got the chance to meet last year at AAd. Please help me give a warm welcome to Jae Lynne Davies. On twitter for those of you who would like to chat with her, look for @JaeLynneDavies

Jae Lynne Davies

Jae Lynne Davies has been an avid fan of the paranormal since childhood, when her imagination began to take form in written word. Shortly after the birth of her second child, she began writing stories based on her ideas, and before she knew it, she’d created a world where the passion is hot, relationships are forbidden, and the constant struggle of power leaves readers feeling for the villain today, and the hero tomorrow. When not playing in her fantasy world, Jae Lynne is a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and now resides in Southern New Jersey, is a wife to a wonderful and supportive husband, and a mother to two young children

About you:
JJBC - Do you have any hobbies?
JLD - Besides reading and writing, I love to cook!
You’ll often find me in the kitchen on weekends
whipping up a new recipe.

JJBC - What do you like to read?
JLD - I love reading paranormal romance.
I will pick up almost ANYTHING with vampires.
It can’t be helped. I also love to read mythology.
I find it fascinating.

JJBC - Can you tell us some of your favorite 
books you've read?
JLD - “Beloved Vampire” by Joey W. Hill is one of
my favorites. I can read it over and over again.
I could read most of Sherrilyn Kenyon’s Dark-Hunter
series and Larissa Ione’s Demonica series until the
pages are worn.

JJBC - Who are some of your favorite authors?
JLD - Sherrilyn Kenyon, Joey W. Hill, Larissa Ione
and Sharon Page are among my favorites.

JJBC - If you can meet any author in person dead 
or alive, who would it be and why him/her?
JLD - Oh, this one is tough. I’d say either Bram Stoker
because I love vampires and would love to hear the
history of his legendary tale from his own mouth, or Homer
(The Iliad and the Odyssey) simply because I’d love to
know what ancient Greece was like, and what inspired
his tales.

JJBC - What part of AAD are you most looking 
forward to?
JLD - Meeting new readers and authors, seeing friends
I don’t have the pleasure of being around on a regular
basis, and exploring genres that are currently unfamiliar
territory. I also look forward to learning new techniques
that might strengthen the writing craft.
JJBC - What do you hope to walk away with
from AAD?
JLD - New readers—I love to hear what readers want
to read! I hope to walk away with a wonderful
experience that I can’t wait to revisit in 2012.
JJBC - Have you ever been to AAD before? 
If so what was your favorite part?
JLD - Yes! My favorite part was the laid back atmosphere.
AAD was my first convention experience and I was
amazed by the intermingling of authors and readers.
You will walk away from this convention with new friends,
new books and a new author you can’t wait to check out!
I met an author last year who was so pleasant to talk to;
I had to have her book before the end of the convention.
JJBC - Are you on any panels? if so can you tell us
which ones to look for you on?
JLD - Yes. Let me begin by saying that we have an amazing
lineup of panels this year. I can’t wait to attend some of them!
I have the pleasure of participating in three panels this year: 
“When the ending isn’t HEA”
“Myths and Magic”
“Behind the Scenes of the Average Author

    Your Writing:
    JJBC - How did you first get into writing?
    Has it always been your dream?
    JLD -  It all began when I was young. I had a love for
    English class and would spend time writing screenplays
    for fun. I thought nothing of pursuing a professional writing
    career. A few years ago, my beloved Grandfather passed
    away. I was heartbroken by the sudden loss. My mother
    assumed I’d write a eulogy to honor him at the funeral service.
    When I refused due to the emotional difficulty, we argued
    and she ended with, “You have always been the writer.”

    Those words played through my mind over and over
    again during the days leading up to the funeral. When
    I finally finished and delivered the eulogy, guests sought
    me out afterward to compliment me on my “way withwords”.
    It was that moment when I looked to my husband and said,
    “I think I want to be a writer.” The rest, as they say, is history.

    JJBC - What genre do you write?
    JLD -  I write Paranormal and Urban Fantasy.
    Eventually, I’d like to try other genres.

    JJBC - Do you have any must haves when you
    sit down to write?
    JLD -  I have playlists that I call “soundtracks”
    that must be playing in the background. Music really
    inspires me to write some pretty powerful scenes.

    JJBC - Can you tell us how a typical writing 
    day for you is?
    JLD -  Well, I am a wife, a mother, and I work fulltime.
    After a typical work day, dinner and putting my two
    young children to bed, I finally begin to write at about
    8pm, unless I’m on a deadline, and will stop around
    1am. It all depends on deadlines and the difficulty of
    what I’m writing at the time.

    JJBC - What is one thing you think sets you 
    apart from other authors?
    JLD -  I found this out the hard way. I like to bend the
    rules a bit when writing. If I don’t feel the characters
    are ready for a traditional “happily ever after” ending,
    I won’t give them one right away if I feel the story might
    be rushed. I do have stories that end with an HEA in
    the first book, but I tend to love the ones that are more
    of a journey that will end even more powerfully because
    of what the characters endured together.

    Your Books:
    JJBC - Can you share with us anything you 
    are currently working on?
    JLD -  I’m working on a few things right now. First, is the
    short story I’m working on for Tease Publishing’s
    amazing Pantheon anthology that I’ve titled, “The Contract”.
    It features the Roman goddess, Diana. I’m also working
    on the sequel to “Mythic”, titled “Blood Moon”

    which is Dante’s story.
    The third book in the Mythic series, tentatively titled
    “Ashes of Reckoning” will be a pivotal story as we’ll
    meet characters who will be featured in a
    spinoff series of fallen angels.
    JJBC - Can you share with us your first
    book ever published?
    JLD - “Mythic” is my first release and to say
    I’m excited would be a drastic understatement.

    Centuries after the death of her family, human/vampire hybrid, Gianna Marino is determined to shed the blood of the vampire responsible.
     Disguising herself as a human wanting to be turned, she infiltrates the enemy’s coven with the hope of bending him to her will and destroying him from the inside.
     But when a handsome stranger enters the scene and is lured into their seductive game that results in a heated love triangle, she discovers a secret that blurs the lines between good and evil, forever changing the course of her existence, and destiny will soon determine on which side she’ll stand.
     On the wet, dimly lit streets of London, a pounding against puddle and pavement was a cause for concern. Nicholas Sutton ran faster than his once human feet could carry him. The roads were dark, but his ability to see never faltered, and his destination wasn’t yet decided. Wherever it was, he needed to get there—fast. Bright headlights gained speed while he heard the voices behind him, belonging to both men and women, filled with sinister laughter, as if their chase were a game instead of an assassination attempt.

    Assassination may have been an overdramatically drawn conclusion, but he knew that those who followed in the vehicles behind him were indeed, not human. Only one, high-ranking individual could order such lowly creatures to do his bidding. And from the appearance of things, he’d received the message that Nicholas had arrived, and intended to prevent him from making contact.

    The scent of smoldering rubber grew near. He snapped his head in its direction, hoping to remain out of sight. The minions were close, close to being rid of him—the one person who stood between their leader and the desire for vengeance. Or so Nicholas thought.

    In an instant, the rain stopped—and started again.


    He despised this city. It was far too dreary for his liking. He appreciated a town with spirit and this one dampened his.

    With the wind at his back, Nicholas detoured through an alley far narrower than the vehicles that gave chase, and climbed the brick buildings. He leaped from the ground to the side of the brick wall, on to the roof with little effort. As he jumped from one structure to another, he caught a glimpse with his peripheral vision, of something moving fiercely though the darkness, striking at will. He could only see a reflection of light that appeared to move along with him, rather than toward him. Although tempted to investigate the phenomenon, he paid it no further mind. He had bigger problems.

    While he understood the fascination with this metropolis and the haven London became for those like him, the constant cover of fog and rain was enough for even a vampire to develop suicidal tendencies. He wanted to impale himself on the nearest stake. Aside from the antiquity blended with modernization, there was nothing he liked about London that convinced him to stay. Nothing.

    He thought repeatedly about his quest and practically forced himself to make the journey. If not for the situation at hand, he would’ve remained in his more familiar habitat. His life, while predictable and monotonous, was what he preferred. No surprises, no expectations. Just comfort, plain and simple.'

    Looking over his shoulder, however, wasn’t how he wanted to spend his future. He spent too much of his past waiting to be discovered, hunted and wondering which moment would be his last. But no longer. One way or another, the high-ranking individual Nicholas was so desperate to meet, would listen to reason. Even if he had to be forced.

    Nicholas ceased jumping and remained perched on the edge of a building, listening in on the ground below. When he detected nothing but a few human heartbeats, he figured his stalkers had ended their pursuit. He jumped to safety and hurried along.

    He found keeping pace with the humans around him, an annoyance. He didn’t wish to draw attention but just this once, couldn’t they move a little faster? He feared for them, a faint attachment to a past life. His concern wasn’t relative to the danger that could turn a corner at ninety miles per hour, but because he was what they truly feared. And they were completely unaware of the existence of his kind.

    The rain began to pummel the asphalt, misting the perfection of his eyesight. Damn. The visual interference was a pestering reminder that while vampires were immortal, there were things that disrupted their lives, simple things such as weather. Although precipitation wouldn’t cause them harm, it either shielded them or caused one hell of a delay.

    He detected something other than the vehicles on his path. A powerful entity teased his senses, tracking him. He felt it, heard it. The presence wasn’t the sports cars full of the approaching carnivores. He was already aware of them. He placed the sound of metal clashing against metal, flesh on flesh and a wielded weapon, a sword—maybe.


    He despised the few times when he was slow to identify anything in his path, the result of a distraction. His only comfort was he wasn’t the target. That he knew. He overheard a struggle, followed by silence and then once again striking, sharp metal. Only this struggle was not among humans.

    Humans were betrayed by their fear, their screams. The way their hearts raced with increased adrenaline gave them away, making them such simple prey. To taste them during their rush was enough to drive even the most regimented of his kind over the edge. But the presence he sensed tracking him in the night, possessed a charismatic strength. One he couldn’t place, its source a mystery.

    Imagine being in London a few hours and attracting such an audience. It was one hell of a welcoming committee. He laughed at the thought when he was spotted. Once again the same lights appeared, gaining speed. Increasing his own pace, he made a sharp right turn. Since the streets were dark and misty, combined with his celerity, he was sure they didn’t see his maneuvering. Yes, he was proud of himself and the gift of unnatural speed. He owned it.

    Without warning, swift darkness startled him. Nicholas had little time to react. He was cornered by the loud screech of a black Maserati, headlights off. The lightless vehicle spun to face the opposite direction from where it came, missing Nicholas’s legs by mere inches. He was caught. Game over. Its revving engine faded to a soft purr as the tinted passenger side window lowered and a woman’s voice commanded, “Get in.”

    JJBC - What has been your favorite book you
    have written so far? why is this one your favorite?
    JLD - I feel like everything I write at the time is my favorite.
    I am having so much fun writing “The Contract”
    right now. I never thought I’d have so much fun with a
    constricted word count. But Mythic will always hold
    a special place in my heart. The characters are complex.
    You might even find yourself in love with the villain.
    Because of the twists and challenges for my characters,
    they take us on a rollercoaster ride you won’t want to end.
    JJBC - Is there anything else you would like to
    share with us today?
    JLD - It’s been a pleasure being here today.
    Thanks for having me. I look forward to seeing everyone
    at AAD, please stop by and say hello.
    I will have lots of goodies to give away.
    To learn more information about my current
    and future projects, please visit my

    JJBC - Where can readers find you?

    JJBC - Do you have a link to your book list?
    JLD - There is a book section on my website
    There you’ll find everything I’ve written and what
    am working on.

    JJBC - Do you have a newsletter?
    JLD - I have my current web developer
    (my darling husband) working on one as we
    speak! Stay tuned!

    JJBC - Would you like to stop by and chat with readers today?
    JLD - Of course, I’d love to!


    I’ll do TWO giveaways because I’ve had such a great time with the interview First, I’ll give away a .pdf version of MYTHIC to a commenter. Second, (since we’re talking about AAD), I’ll give away a promo pack of all of the products I will be giving away at AAD (t-shirt, bookmarks, magnets, coffee mug, post cards…etc.)
    And she is opening it up

    *~*  WORLD WIDE  *~*

    Jae Lynne is stopping by to chat with you all today!
    So say hi and follow these rules 
    to enter the giveaway!

    - Must ask Jae Lynne a question OR leave a comment .

    - Must leave a valid e-mail (please do not add your complete e-mail. we do not want it picked up by spammers. for Exp: leave DOT instead of . , or AT instead of @ )

    **Giveaway ends Mon night ( 2-14 ) at Midnight, and Jae Lynne will announce the winners (here in the comments section) on the 15th (release day). The winner of the book will just need to provide a valid email address and the winner of the promo pack will need to send me their snail mail address to jaelynnedaviesATgmailDOTcom

    Good Luck!

    40 Hottie Follwers Thoughts:

    Kim Bowman Author February 11, 2011 at 12:33 PM  

    Wonderful interview!! Your cover is wonderful and your title caught my attention right off the bat! This book sounds wonderful.

    I'm getting ready to debut my first ebook Wayward Soul next tuesday from
    and I was wondering how long the process was for you to get published?

    Stella Price February 11, 2011 at 1:08 PM  

    Well this just makes me smile hun! Buy this book everyone, because Jae is one of the most talented authors up and coming out there right now... and she happens to rock at other things too.

    No questions for her, cuz I can just call her smarmy ass and ask them MUAHAHAHAHAH. Happy release hun!


    Heather February 11, 2011 at 1:33 PM  

    Jae Lynne, I just pre ordered your book...I feel like I've been waiting forever to read it! I'm so excited! OK, so here's my question: Which came first your characters or world you created for them?

    Unknown February 11, 2011 at 1:46 PM  

    Hi Kim!
    I began writing MYTHIC in February of 2009. I pitched the manuscript to several editors at AAD in August of 2010, another reason AAD is so dear to my heart. Contract offers began to arrive in September. I accepted a contract with Tease Publishing in October and here I am in February!

    It’s been a fun roller coaster ride.

    Anonymous,  February 11, 2011 at 1:50 PM  

    I can not wait to read this book, I don't have any question just how proud I am of you Jae Lynne....

    Nonnie,  February 11, 2011 at 1:50 PM  

    Great interview! Mythic will have people talking and drooling over it's yummy characters. Jae inspires me to write more and opened my eyes to a whole new world of reading.

    Unknown February 11, 2011 at 2:04 PM  

    Hey Heather!

    Great question! Honestly, the characters came first. When they introduced themselves, I learned a great deal about them, their strengths, weakness and secrets. The world followed close behind. When it did, the details came crashing in! I hope you enjoy reading the book as much as I’ve enjoyed writing it!

    Unknown February 11, 2011 at 2:05 PM  

    Stella, you are the best!

    Thanks for the GORGEOUS cover. You know you can call me anytime. LOL

    Amber Stults February 11, 2011 at 3:16 PM  

    London is a long way from Philadelphia. Have you spent a lot of time there or did you visit to get a feel for the setting?

    Unknown February 11, 2011 at 4:25 PM  

    Hi Amber!

    Actually, I haven’t been to London. I had to carefully research the city through a variety of outlets, including speaking to friends who visited. Several times I thought about changing the setting to a more familiar location, but London fit the story.

    Thanks for commenting!

    Unknown February 11, 2011 at 4:28 PM  


    Your comment was too sweet. And as one of my beta readers, you know what it's like to be awake until the late hours of the night. Just think of it as training. LOL

    Miss Mindy,  February 11, 2011 at 5:39 PM  

    I'm soooo excited to finally get a chance to read the book honey!! But even more excited to see you at AAD again!
    My only question is when are you coming to my town so you can 'research' it. LOL

    KellyS February 11, 2011 at 6:02 PM  

    Yay...can't wait to read it.......finally:) No questions yet, but may have some after I read it...... and I know how to find you, LOL! Counting down to AAD...can't wait to see you and everyone else again.

    Sandy February 11, 2011 at 7:31 PM  

    Jae! I am so excited! Mythic is finally coming out on Tuesday. I have been telling everyone I know.*whispers* I also made sure a few strangers overheard. ;-)
    Great interview. Should I start keeping a list, now? LOL Just messing with ya. I am very proud of you. You did it! xoxo

    Terry February 11, 2011 at 7:35 PM  

    Yea! the 15th's almost here! I was already to read this last month, and found out I was a month early! Great interview. Can't believe the schedule you keep. So many irons in the fire. Hope the release date makes your Valentine's Day even better!!

    Lady_Graeye February 11, 2011 at 10:17 PM  

    Great interview! I can't wait to read this book and I love the cover! It's hot! Thx, Lisa


    booklover0226 February 12, 2011 at 10:37 AM  

    Hello, there.

    I enjoyed the interview; it was informative and interesting.

    I also like the cover for Mythic. Did you play a large part in its creation?

    Your book covers are wonderful. Do you work with one particular artist?

    Tracey D
    booklover0226 at gmail dot com

    Unknown February 12, 2011 at 11:49 AM  

    Hi Tracey,

    Thanks so much for the compliments!Actually, I did play a part in the creation of the cover. Stella Price--my wonderful cover artist, felt it was important to capture key elements and an accurate feel for the book.

    Stella did an amazing job! The characters are close to what I'd pictured. The hottie on the far right is a dead ringer for my villain, Mattias. And the tattoo on the girl's arm is my own designed symbol for this series. You'll learn more about that symbol in the story.

    Thanks again for stopping by!

    Unknown February 12, 2011 at 11:50 AM  

    Hi Lisa,

    Thanks for the comment and for stopping by! Hope you enjoy the story.

    ArtemisG February 12, 2011 at 2:51 PM  

    The book sounds really interesting! This looks different compared with other vampiric books. Great interview and cover.
    Thanks for the giveaway!!!

    artgiote at gmail dot com

    Unknown February 12, 2011 at 3:23 PM  

    Thanks for stopping by, Diana! Check back this Tuesday for the list of giveaway winners!

    JoAnna February 12, 2011 at 4:32 PM  

    *Wow great interview! I can't wait for AAD. Mythic sounds like a great book. I love the cover. Do you have a release date for Blood Moon?
    Before I posted I wanted to make sure you didn't already answer and I read the Stella did your cover!
    And how great that you made your pitch at AAD and got a contract.

    Unknown February 12, 2011 at 5:19 PM  

    Hi Joanna!

    Unfortunately, I don't have a release date for Blood Moon. You can check my website for updates on releases. I hope I have some news for you soon!

    The entire publishing process has been an exciting journey and I consider myself so blessed.

    Thanks for stopping by!

    Kelly February 13, 2011 at 11:58 AM  

    YAY!!! A new author.. I love finidng new authors.. Thanks JoJo for sharing..
    great interview.. I will be heading over to Jae's website to learn more about her and her books...
    Again Thank you so much,
    Kelly M
    crazybookfairy AT gmail DOT com

    Jolene and Family February 13, 2011 at 12:43 PM  

    Great interview. Your a new author for me and I can't wait to read your work. I'm a sucker for Tat's and the cover of Mythic has me swooning :)


    Unknown February 13, 2011 at 12:47 PM  

    Hi Kelly, Thanks so much for stopping by.

    Unknown February 13, 2011 at 12:53 PM  

    Hey Jolene!

    When Stella (my amazing cover artist) emailed me the final cover, I remember gasping. It is gorgeous and Stella does wonderful work. I agree with the tattoo attraction and you might appreciate the bit of info that the hottie on the far right is a DEAD RINGER for my villain, Mattias.

    Thanks again for stopping by!

    StacieDM,  February 13, 2011 at 1:29 PM  

    Hello Jae Lynne!

    You mentioned in the interview that you don't always give the HEA right away if it doesn't fit the story. Have your editors or your agent balked at that or try to dissuade you from it? Basically, did they want you to conform to a more by the book format with a HEA?

    Great interview!

    user1123 AT comcast DOT net

    JoJosBookCorner February 13, 2011 at 1:56 PM  

    I love this cover too! Im such a tat gal!
    Can wait to see you again in Aug Jae Lynne!

    Unknown February 13, 2011 at 2:06 PM  

    Hey Stacie!

    Unfortunately, there is sometimes a price when it comes to daring romance writing. Yes, I did have some editors who wanted to contract a story or two, but they wanted a few changes here and there, including the ending. It's their job to acquire work they know will sell because it fits the typical mold. I applaude them because their jobs aren't easy.

    As a reader, I want a rich story, to ache and rejoice with characters, and a believable relationship. Sometimes a particular tale is impossible to tell in one novel. My goal is to give my readers the same experiences that I'd enjoy myself, regardless of how long it may take to tell the story.

    Basically, the industry is subjective. Some will love what you do, others won't.

    Thanks for stopping by!

    Unknown February 13, 2011 at 2:07 PM  
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    Unknown February 13, 2011 at 2:11 PM  

    Thanks, Jojo.

    I can't wait to see you, too! AAD is going to be a BLAST! Glad you like the eye candy.

    winnie February 14, 2011 at 8:51 AM  

    Thanks for the interview and giveaway! The book sounds very intriguing, I will definitely be checking it out.


    Andrea I February 14, 2011 at 6:25 PM  

    This is a wonderful interview and giveaway. I find new authors through blog interviews and reviews.

    I would love to go to AAD one year.


    Sam February 14, 2011 at 9:43 PM  

    Very interesting interview. I hadn't heard of you before this, but I'm definitely planning to read you know.

    Question: Do you have any advice for aspiring authors, especially when it comes to Urban Fantasy/PNR?

    Unknown February 14, 2011 at 9:47 PM  

    Hey Winnie!

    Thanks for stopping by! Hope you enjoy Mythic.

    Unknown February 14, 2011 at 9:48 PM  

    Hi Andrea!

    Thanks for your lovely comments. If you're able to attend AAD, you shouldn't miss it. It's a great time!

    Unknown February 14, 2011 at 9:57 PM  

    Hi Sam,

    Thanks for commenting. My advice for aspiring authors, regardless of genre, is to write what's in your heart.

    With respect to the UF/Paranormal genres, they often blend. Rumor has it that vampires are fading from the spotlight and demons and angels are gaining popularity. While I agree with the allure of angels and demons, I always have a soft spot for vamps.

    Bottom line: If you have a story to tell, write it with passion and without hesitation. There is a reader for every book.

    Unknown February 15, 2011 at 12:12 AM  

    Good morning!

    Before I head to bed for the night, I wanted to announce the prize winners.

    The winner of the pdf copy of MYTHIC is StacieDM! Congrats! I'll email your prize to the address provided in the comments.

    The winner of the MYTHIC/AAD goodie bag is: Jolene! Please email me at jaelynnedavies at gmail dot com with your address so that I can ship your prize!

    Congrats to all the winners. To those who didn't win this time, visit my website where I'm running a similar giveaway! Thanks again to all of you who participated. And thanks to Jojo for having me!

    StacieDM,  February 15, 2011 at 1:34 PM  

    Thank you Jae Lynne & JoJo! Mythic was waiting in my inbox when I woke up this morning!

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