Cheyenne McCray

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Interview By: Tamazon

Date: August 01, 2007

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Hello Chey,

The girls of Night Owl Romance are pleased that you have granted us an interview

We would love to get to know you

You have a ton of books out on the market both in print and ebook. Can you tell us what your favorite genre is and if you have any more series planned?

My favorite genres are both paranormal and suspense. Yes! I have two new series coming out.

The first is a suspense continuity series set in Boston, starring Lexi, a kickass cop.

The second is an urban fantasy continuity series about a half-human, half-Drow (Dark Elves) heroine, Nyx, who is beyond kickass and is a killer with way too much attitude.

Your book Wicked Magic, book 3 in the Magic series, is due out August 28, 2007. Please tell us about the series and what we should expect in Wicked Magic.

The blurb describes it much better than I can!


Rhiannon Castle is a D'Anu witch whose Coven sisters know nothing of the Shadows that lurk within her. Rhiannon can't reveal the truth to anyone-least of all Keir, a rugged warrior who walks into Rhiannon's life and awakens her to a wanton desire.

A SEARING PASSION Keir's Tuatha D'Danann brethren are the only real family he has ever known. He trusts no one-until he is sent to San Francisco and meets Rhiannon, the one woman with fire enough to tame him. Every seductive encounter convinces Keir that she belongs with him-even though Rhiannon knows her powers could put him in peril.

A SHARED DESTINY And then a new threat rises from the depths of the Underworld. When a demon goddess unleashes her evil upon our world, Rhiannon's secret could prove the ultimate weapon in this epic battle-or forge a pathway to destruction for the only man she's ever loved.

You also have started a Suspense series with the second one Moving Target coming out in January 2008. What's the series about and how many do you plan writing in that series?

It's not actually a series. They are two independent single titles. The only thing they have in common is that they both start out in Bisbee, Arizona.

I love buying books that are in ebook format since I have an ebook reader by Sony. It allows me to have a huge library everywhere I go. Many print publishers have jumped on the bandwagon and have started releasing books both in print and in ebook format. Are you planning to continue writing ebooks and will your print books also be released as ebooks?

My schedule is too full now to write for an ebook publisher at this time. I'm not sure if St. Martin's Press is considering putting any of their books into ebook.

Your website is phenomenal and I love how you change it when different books come out. What do you like most about your website and what can readers find there?

Right now I love the graphics. My webmistress did a fabulous job! I'll have a hard time wanting to change that one. One of my favorite things about this website is that it is so easy to navigate.

You have been writing for quite a while, can you tell us about how you became published and what route you took?

I started out writing young adult, YA, novels in 2000 and my first was published in 2002.

I found myself wanting to write more adult novels and explore the dynamics of an adult relationship, I started writing romance. What got me hooked on romance was THE DIAMOND TIGER by Ann Maxwell, aka Elizabeth Lowell.

It's been wonderful hearing about your books and how you became an author. Congrats on your next release and I wish you the best in the years to come.

Thanks so much for having me!


Thank you for this opportunity!

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