Dreamweaver.

 

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Title: Dreamweaver
Author: Tiffinie Helmer
Genre: Paranormal Romance
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Publisher: The Story Vault
Cover artist: Kelli Ann Morgan of inspirecreativeservices.com
Length: A novella
Heat rating: Hot
Tagline: He was more than a dream…
Blurb:
A desperate man…
“Lucky” Leroy Morgan led a charmed
life, until he was murdered. Now he’s stuck in Limbo, unwilling to move on after
catching a glimpse of the future he was supposed to have and the amazing woman who
was destined to be his. Using the Northern Lights as a conduit back to earth, he
attempts to seduce her in her dreams, hoping to anchor himself to the physical plane.
If he doesn’t win her heart, he’ll be forever lost.
A tempted woman…
Gemma Star is fairly conventional considering
her hippie upbringing. Her biggest fear is that she’ll end up like her Tarot card
reading mother, who isn’t all there. When Gemma starts having out-of-this-world
sex with a dream lover, she starts to wonder if she is losing her mind along with
her heart. What if her crazy mother is right? If she continues consorting with her
Dreamweaver will there be lasting consequences to her soul?
Will their love survive? Or is it just a dream…
What are your main characters’ names, ages, and occupations?
“Lucky” Leroy Morgan
(30) was a professional mountaineer before he was killed. Gemma Star (25) is a bookstore
owner of Chinook Books in Fairbanks, Alaska.
If you could give the
younger version of yourself advice what would it be?
Don’t lose yourself. I was a young bride of 19 and worked hard
putting my husband through college, had four children all before I was 28, and in
the meantime I lost who I was. My identity was either someone’s mother or wife.
It wasn’t until my youngest child went to school that I began living for myself
again. So many women put off their lives, sacrificing themselves for their family.
I’m not talking about being selfish, and there is sacrifice when you have young
children, but stay true to yourself. You’ll be a better wife and mother because
of it. And a hell of a lot healthier.
Do you have a muse? Describe
this person, please.
Yes, and she’s always off somewhere in the South Pacific. She’s
temperamental, loves to sun worship and have frosty drinks delivered by hot Cabana
boys.
What does “balance”
mean to you as a writer?
Something I should do more of.
Do things your family
or friends do ever end up in a book?
Yep. The best revenge is putting someone in your novel…and then
killing them.
What are some jobs you’ve
done before (or while) you were a writer?
Moosed Up
I am a potter and sell pottery at my local coffee shop that is
set up as an Art Gallery (very cool). My pottery is also featured
in Park City. On top of that, I commercial fish on
the Bering Sea of Alaska in the summers, and the rest of the year moonlight at Barnes
& Noble. I’m just a tad busy. See, why I “should” really look into balancing
my life.
Which of your books would
you recommend to someone who doesn’t normally read your genre, and why?
Moosed Up. It’s funny. The sex is hot, but there is a lot of
humor, and action, and intrigue. I’ve even had men contact me telling me how much
they enjoyed it.
Imagine you get to go
on a dream vacation, but you have only one hour to pack and leave, and it starts
as soon as you finish this interview. What will you take with you and where will
you go?
A bikini, sarong, flip flops, and my ereader. Somewhere tropical.
I love Kauai.
What is your favorite
holiday and why?
Halloween! Candy apples, witches, roasted pumpkin seeds, crisp
air, and colorful fall leaves. It’s also perfect convertible weather!
What do you like to do
when you’re bored?
I am never bored. Bored is a bad word in my house. If uttered,
it will get you a list of chores.

Please Fill in the Blanks

I love pizza with artichokes, mushrooms, and olives.
I’m always ready for an adventure.
When I’m alone, I write.
You’d never be able to tell, but I’m a brute.
Tiffinie Helmer
If I had a halo it would be slightly
bent.
If I could be a superhero I’d be Wonder Woman. Come
on, the woman has her own invisible plane and a pair of red, kickass boots.
I can never scuba dive because I’m claustrophobic.

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