Sep 24, 2014

Book Release: The Undead – Playing for Keeps, by Elsie Elmore

Curiosity Quills is excited to announce the release of Elsie Elmore’s debut new-adult, urban-fantasy paranormal-romance The Undead: Playing for Keeps - at a special limited introductory price of just 99 cents for the eBook (available exclusively on Amazon). To celebrate we’re hosting a blog tour, featuring reviews, interviews and guest posts, as well as a Goodreads Giveaway. In addition, Elsie Elmore is hosting a Rafflecopter giveaway in which you could win a signed copy and a The Undead: Playing for Keeps swag pack!
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About The Undead: Playing for Keeps:

When an undead woman with serious de-comp issues stalks sixteen-year-old Lyla Grimm, her hope of rescuing her rock-bottom reputation takes a back seat. Especially once Lyla’s new talent of resurrecting the dead draws the attention of Eric, a Grim Reaper with a guitar and a chip on his shoulder.
While Lyla navigates the gossip-ridden halls, Eric works to gain her trust and discover why Death’s clients aren’t staying down. If she passes on her gift, his death-messenger destiny might be altered. But the closer he gets to Lyla, the less sure he is of his plan. The dead are way easier to deal with than the living.
Gossip explodes, the Grimm family implodes, and desperation sets in. Death wants the gift and a soul. Lyla and Eric face hard choices with hidden consequences. Sometimes life’s choices aren’t really choices at all.
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A recipe and an excerpt

Lyla and Cassie appreciate good food and aren’t ones to hit the salad bar line in the school cafeteria. But as Lyla’s troubles begin to pile up, her appetite begins to suffer… which is a real shame. And Eric’s not been able to enjoy real food since his job began. They’re missing out.


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Excerpt from Chapter 28 :


Her straw wrapper refuses to tear off in flakes larger than two millimeters. “What are you doing here?” she asks, tearing off tiny pieces.

“Having lunch with you.”

“Why would you do that?”

“Once you understand my intentions, you’ll realize that I only want to protect you.” I point to her tray. “You should eat something.” Her blushes show up too easily. She looks tired and thin.

“I can’t.” She eyes the Salisbury steak on her tray and then slides it toward me. “You want it?”

I press my forefinger on the tray’s edge and scoot it back towards her before the smell becomes too clear. “No thanks.” For the first time, the food doesn’t look disgusting and the smell doesn’t bother me, but I might not be able to fake my reaction once I put a bite in my mouth. Repulsion is hard to hide.

“Why do you wear gloves all the time?” She looks at my hands resting on the table. “It’s not even that cold yet.”

“I like the way they feel. I have cold hands.” I watch her eyes as I speak, hoping she’s buying what I’m selling. I’d rather not confess why. My label is hard to live with. “So, what happened with the table of jocks before I walked in? I feel like I missed the main event.”

Her gaze drops to her tray. She rips off a corner of her napkin and rolls it into a tiny ball. “Nothing really. He was making comments about the missing bodies and my family.”

“That bothered you?”

Her expression crumbles when I say that. “Yeah. He was making fun of my family being twisted. I’m not ashamed of what my dad does. It’s a business. He and my mom treat the families who lose people with a lot of care and compassion.”

“I don’t doubt that. Your mom seems like a good person.”

At the mention of her mom, a small smile lifts her lips. I bet she doesn’t realize she did that.

“So the fact that the corpses aren’t staying is bad for your family, huh?”

She nods. “Can we change the subject, please?” Her fingers trace the edge of her tray. “Where are you from?”

I pause. That’s a loaded question.

“Did you forget? You an Army brat that moves around or something?”

“Nah,” I shake my head. “I lived in Miami last.”

“You have brothers or sisters?”

A chill rushes down my back and I zip up my jacket. But the leather is no match for the demons crawling beneath my skin right now. This interaction, this conversation becomes an inquisition, a cross-examination as I sit here. The chill settles in my bones, aching. “Yeah,” I say in a cough. “But I haven’t seen them in a while.” Is that right? Did I?

“I’m sorry. You must miss them.” Her eyes look misty. She’s probably thinking of Ben, who’s somewhere on the campus alive. Her world is near perfect, yet she doesn’t see.

I exhale harder to push away the cold infecting my body, chilling my insides, and churning anger. “We can talk about your gift, if you want.”

“I already told you, this isn’t a gift,” she whispers.

And the recipe for Salisbury Steak.


Salisbury steak is a big favorite at my house. I’ve used several recipes over the years but this one continues to get rave reviews. I found it on AllRecipes.com  a long time ago.

Ingredients

     1 (10.5 ounce) can condensed French onion soup

     1 1/2 pounds ground beef

     1/2 cup dry bread crumbs

     1 egg

     1/4 teaspoon salt

     1/8 teaspoon ground black pepper

     1 tablespoon all-purpose flour

     1/4 cup ketchup

     1/4 cup water

     1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce

     1/2 teaspoon mustard powder

Directions


     In a large bowl, mix together 1/3 cup condensed French onion soup with ground beef, bread crumbs, egg, salt and black pepper. Shape into 6 oval patties.

     In a large skillet over medium-high heat, brown both sides of patties. Pour off excess fat.

     In a small bowl, blend flour and remaining soup until smooth. Mix in ketchup, water, Worcestershire sauce and mustard powder. Pour over meat in skillet. Cover, and cook for 20 minutes, stirring occasionally.

About The Author:


Elsie Elmore lives in North Carolina with her husband and two kids.


With a science education degree from NCSU, she never imagined she would someday write stories that challenge the laws of nature. She loves the color red, has an appreciation for chocolate and coffee that borders on obsession, and wishes fall temperatures would linger year round.


Elsie is a member of several writing organizations: RWA, SCBWI, and WSW.  The Undead : Playing for Keeps is her debut novel.


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Website (http://elsieelmore.com/) | Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/elsieelmorewriter) | Twitter (https://twitter.com/ElsieWriter) | Goodreads (https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/8213277.Elsie_Elmore)
 

Interview with Elsie Elmore, author of The Undead: Playing for Keeps

What led you to write YA paranormal and corpses becoming reanimated?

Explaining my warped creative process is challenging because the stories I tend to create all begin with “What if?” That simple question can take me down a rabbit hole of possibilities and I never worry about whether an idea is plausible. In my mind, the boundary for reality is permeable.

The Undead started as a “what if” after a personal experience. The story then began to unfold in my mind, but it never ventured near The Walking Dead, which is a series I was addicted to once. I wanted the return to be less problematic and gory than the zombies in the apocalyptic stories.

Are the characters in The Undead based on real people?
Every character I create comes from bits and pieces of people that I’ve encountered, but no one person translates into a full character in one of my stories. At least not yet.

Does Eric play the guitar because you play the guitar?
No, Eric plays the guitar because he’s a gifted musician and because I think the guitar is one of the coolest instruments a guy can play. I took piano lessons for several years as a child, but I would not impress anyone with the skills that have remained after all those years.

Is The Undead a series?
I wrote The Undead as a stand alone, although the door was left slightly ajar at the end. While Lyla, Eric and Ben’s tale could go on, it will be up to the reader to determine what happens next.


What’s your favorite genre to read?
I like so many different types of fiction. I have specific favorite books and favorite authors that span romance, action, drama, suspense, and memoir (and for adult, NA, and YA audiences).


I was thrilled to be asked to be a guest blogger by Sarit for her Coffee, Books & Art blog.  She covers so many fascinating topics on her website, I was honored to have The Undead featured. Please make sure to look around at her great offerings. (Want to learn how to eat sushi? Check out her Food page.)
And please check out my book The Undead: Playing for Keeps, mark it as Want-to-Read on Goodreads, or grab a copy. It’s on sale for .99  at Amazon until September 17th.
  Step Away from the Keyboard:
The importance of editing after time has passed
Photo Credit: Flickr by Jennifer Donley

Writing blogs and authors often suggest letting your manuscript rest between edits. They suggest that the time allows your story to become fresh again and will offer you distance from your work.
It’s not that I doubted those words, I just found it hard to keep my hands off the “precious” story that had taken up so much of my time. There were always phrasings to tinker with, scenes to amp up, and adverbs to hunt down. The potential work was endless. But once I submitted my manuscript to the editor, it was out of my hands. No more tinkering, no more adjusting. It… was… just… gone.
To give you a little background on my story, The Undead began as a tale told only from Lyla’s vantage point. Her troubles at school were chronicled in detail, along with the tension at home, and oh yeah, the awakening of her ability to resurrect the dead. Eric was a character, but not a main character because we never understood his motivations.
When my editor read my ms for the first time, she had many questions about Eric and suggested I offer more information about him. He was too mysterious, in an incomplete and frustrating way. His motivations were not understood. What did he want? What did he need?
I thought long and hard about how to show more of him. But the trouble with showing more about another character when writing in first person is the fear of info-dumping or labored conversations to include the pertinent past information.
To develop Eric's character more and make his motivations central to the story, I gave him a voice of his own. And boy did he take off.  I could barely keep up with everything he wanted to do and say. His depth of emotion ran deeper than I expected.
But everything that Eric had been feeling, thinking, and dying to do had been there all along. My hawk-like watch over the pages kept him at bay. Without allowing my work to rest, I wouldn’t have thought to push that way because I had been too close. I couldn’t see the forest for the trees.
Having a CP, beta reader, and/or an editor read your work and offer feedback are critical steps for your story. Sometimes a suggestion or question is enough to turn your tale into something deeper and stronger… especially if you’ve given it enough time.
Thank you very much Elsie

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The Evolution of Emily by Kate Scott 
Publication date: November 18th 2014
Genres: Contemporary, Romance,
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Emily Charles knows how to run away. Away from her overprotective, agoraphobic mother. Away from her biology-obsessed, autistic sister. Away from her quiet sheltered claustrophobic homeschooled life. When Emily’s escape plan involves starting her junior year at Kennedy High School, she realizes she’s no longer running away. Now she’s running towards. Towards her quiet thoughtful cross-country teammate, August. Towards her zany enthusiastic lab partner, Miles. Towards friendship, love, independence, and life.
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Kate Scott lives in the suburbs outside Portland, Oregon with her husband Warren. Kate was diagnosed with dyslexia as a young child but somehow managed to fall in love with stories anyway. COUNTING TO D is her first novel. When Kate isn't writing, she enjoys listening to audiobooks, camping, and spending time with her friends and family. Kate also spends a lot of time doing math and sciency things and is a licensed professional engineer.
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