Friday, February 26, 2016

The Dabbler Interview

Del is back!
It’s always great to have a warm welcome from an interviewer. Enjoy!

Today’s author is working on a fascinating series about a pair of Nephilim–the children of angels and humans–that I am quite excited to sink my teeth into(if I ever finish the million other books on my To Be Read list). The second novel in The Flames of Perdition, Hell Becomes Her has just been released.

Please give RobRoy a warm welcome.

1. Can you tell us a bit about your books?
Most of the background on the Flames of Perdition Series still requires Top Secret level clearance, but the statute of limitations has run out for a few mundane details:

In the past, the children of angels and humans, the Nephilim, were allowed to lead their lives as they willed.  But they proved too strong, too ambitious, and too cunning for their own good.  They became warlords, conquerors and emperors, causing war and strife until the Throne stepped in and forced them to submit to Its will or die.  Unlike most of her fellows, Del, one of the first Nephilim, had no interest in conquest and domination.  In the ancient past, prior to the Throne’s interdiction, she met and fell in love with Dami, a Mediterranean ship captain and trader.  Together, they faced down pirates and storms and tried create a future together. In the present, two-thousand years later, Del unwillingly works for the Throne, obeying the commands of the angel Ahadiel.  She helps to keep the world safe from the horrors of escaped demons.  At the same time, she keeps herself in the Throne’s good graces.  Whenever a rogue demon breaks free from Hell, she and her partner, Marrin, another Nephilim, work together to banish it.

The books are currently Tears of Heaven and Hell Becomes Her available at all fine ebook retailers.  Also, now in trade paperback!

2. When did you first realize you wanted to pursue writing as more than a hobby?

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