Happy Release Day, DV Fischer! Curvy Girl Shifters Book Five was released today. Now the entire Curvy Girl Shifter series is LIVE! CURVY GIRL SHIFTERS by USA Today Bestselling Author, DV Fischer
Every shifter has a fated mate.
It’s no different for the Silver Creek wolf shifters, but it’s just a matter of finding them that’s the problem.
The Silver Creek Pack moves to Silver Creek, Idaho. They were looking to get away from their old pack and start something new, but when they arrived in small-town Idaho, they each began to find their fated mates. It’s like they were destined to be there.
Join the Silver Creek Pack and their journey to find their fated futures.
USA Today Bestselling and two-time Iowa award-winning author D. Fischer (or DV Fischer) is a mother of two very busy boys, a wife to a wonderful husband, and an owner of two sock-loving German Shorthair Pointers. They also have two chonky cats named Geralt and Jasker.
Together, they live in Sheldon, Iowa.
When D. Fischer isn’t chasing after her children, she spends her time typing like a madwoman while consuming vast amounts of caffeine. Sometimes, if her husband can manage to remind her of the real world outside her office window, they hike!
Known for the darker side of imagination, she enjoys freeing her creativity through worlds that don’t exist, no matter how much we wish they did.
Everyone loves a rebel, most especially Rosemary A. Johns. A self-proclaimed rebel, Rosemary’s best-selling and multi-award winning fantasy novels are chock full of rabble-rousers, villains, and anti-heroes who fight in epic battles.
Rosemary lives in Oxford, where she
enjoys listening to music, reading and cultivating her inner rebel.
Now that I’ve introduced you to Rosemary let’s get to know her a little better.
Hello, Rosemary, and welcome to Angel Kiss Publications. Thank you for agreeing to do this interview.
inspired you to be a writer?
for having me on Ellwyn!
loved reading, and Oxford (where I live) has a rich history of fantasy writing.
My parents allowed me to read their fantasy and science fiction books as well
as explore our local libraries from a young age.
Yet I call it
being compelled to write: I have a world inside my head that plays out – I see
my stories like films and it’s a compulsion to write them down. I was a
playwright before, as well as an actor and director, so writing has always been
a part of me.
your full-time profession?
Yes—as well as
being my passion!
have you been writing?
When I was eight years old, I wrote my first novel. My first short story was published when I was fourteen. I then wrote plays and owned a theatre company before turning to novels.
Have you won
Yes, and I’m
always honoured, whether they’re from the industry or voted for by readers. In
theatre, you have immediate feedback (I loved acting in comedies for the buzz
of making people laugh!), but when you write you only have awards or reviews to
get that response, which is why they’re precious.
Recent awards include: Silver Award in the National Wishing Shelf Book Awards. Finalist in the IAN Book of the Year Awards. Runner-up in the Best Fantasy Book of the Year, Reality Bites Book Awards. Shortlisted in the International Rubery Book Awards.
books have you written?
award-winning trilogy called REBEL VAMPIRES, which is a twist on vampire mythology
with a sexy British vampire anti-hero at its heart.
Two novellas in
USA Today Bestselling boxed sets.
Also, a USA Today Bestselling five book series called REBEL ANGELS, which is about an epic war between angels and vampires, with an unexpected heroine at its heart. It’s a sort of Buffy meets Lucifer, where vampires and angels are locked in a deadly war. Half vampire/half angel but raised by humans, Violet is caught between both sides… who want her back.
do you write?
My genres are fantasy,
urban fantasy, paranormal normal romance and dark fantasy.
What do you find most challenging writing for these genres?
about truth and emotion: it doesn’t matter if you’re talking about angels or
the breakup of a marriage in 1950s America.
The trick is to
find the universals and how it connects to the reader by putting all of
yourself into the book—even the dark places—and shining a light on emotions, so
that the reader sees themselves.
So, when I
write fantasy, it’s magical and thrilling… but it’s also about trust,
abandonment, fathers and daughters, love and what home means.
It’s not challenging, but it’s my one fundamental rule: where’s the truth. This probably comes from being an actress!
What are you
working on now?
The fourth book
in the REBEL ANGELS series is about to release on the 8th January:
VAMPIRE MAGE. When three wishes offer Violet’s deepest desires, she should know
better than to trust them. But can her shifter, vampire, and angel lovers save
her from the dangerous magic unfurling inside her, or is LOVE the most
dangerous magic of all…?
I’m just starting to work on the fifth book in the series and it will be epic…
Where do you
find inspiration for your characters?
Light, in REBEL
VAMPIRES, is a savant vampire who remembers everything as he lives over the
centuries, and this is both a blessing and a curse.
The idea was
inspired by my son who’s an autistic savant. Another character within the book
is an autistic vampire, and one thing I always do within my books is reflect
society across all spectrums—and as the heroes. Yet apart from his savant ability,
Light’s voice sprang complete into my head.
of my theatre background, voices usually come to me first, then I work on the
character: how will they move? What clothes would they wear? What music would
they listen to?
In REBEL ANGELS, Rebel, my punk Irish angel, sprang alive as soon as I knew these background details.
been your most rewarding experience since publishing your work?
My Rebels! I
have a fan group and street team called the Rebels, and they’ve been an incredible
support, especially at more difficult times that all writers face, such as
messages and fan art around both series and hearing how much a book means to
someone or has helped them is massively rewarding.
particular has made a difference to people who have felt alone, a misfit, or
the outsider (which is all of us at one time or another!), but he’s become the
hero despite it and so he’s helped them through dark times. Books and
characters have done that for me. I love Light and Violet, and my hope is that
readers will as well!
subversive artist—this means I challenge society’s lies: disabled people can’t
be successful, money makes you happy, or men must be more dominant than women.
At the heart of
my Rebel books are the themes of freedom, choice, and diversity. But it’s not a
message, rather it’s themes: a reader can make up their own minds.
your favorite books/authors?
I have SO many…
I read every day!
favourite book is The Vampire Lestat by Anne Rice. I was a teenager when
I read it for the first time.
had a major impact because I realized you could write a beautiful monster who knew
he was a monster. But have the reader still love him and be unable to put the
book down. It inspired my love for the antihero. When I’m compared to Anne
Rice, therefore, it’s extra special!
your favorite movies, TV shows?
Movies are a
big inspiration for me: acting, writing, and directing… they’re all crafts. I
love studying what works (or doesn’t!) and why.
I’m also into
bingeing on boxed sets. There are incredible TV shows in fantasy, paranormal,
and sci-fi: Buffy was my original love!
Thor: Ragnarok and the Guardians of the Galaxy films probably come the closest to my sense of humour..!
not writing where can we find you?
I’m a British
author. I went to Christ Church, which is the college where they filmed Harry
Potter, and I still do events and readings sometimes in Oxford. I also do
events online, so you can find me wherever you are in the world!
Where can we
find your books?
You can find
them on Amazon: on Kindle, paperback, and audio book. You can also download
them for FREE if you have Kindle Unlimited!