|The Final Line|
to interview your character, Sean Chandler from the book, The Final Line (Book 3
The Recon Diaries).
at the Basic Reconnaissance Course. His last deployment ended in horror, but he
can’t remember those events. Battling severe PTSD, Corey’s drinking is growing out
into Corey’s life. An actor and a musician, Sean has the empathy and compassion
to sooth Corey’s pain, and the strength to support him as he struggles to heal.
murder, and a military investigation. Remembering could mean salvation, or destruction.
Will the truth be too much for Sean to handle?
Interview with Sean Chandler
an actor, a singer, and a song writer. I graduated from USC as a musical theater
major. I’ve had several roles on Broadway as part of ensemble casts. Recently, I’ve
been getting some high profile supporting roles in movies. Mostly, though, I’ve
had a lot of guest roles on popular and genre television shows, and I voice a lead
character in a very successful animated film franchise. Most of my success has been
in acting, so far, but I would really like to work in music a little more.
USMC Force Recon. He’s a big, blond, blue-eyed, tattooed Marine. He’s so strong
and so capable, he doesn’t feel the need to prove any of it. He’s really sexy, and
really funny, and has no idea. He’s also the strongest person, emotionally, I’ve
ever met, but he doesn’t know that about himself, either. He puts up with my crazy
job and my unpredictable hours, like it’s nothing.
|Fire for Effect|
For some reason, he thinks it’s a burden to talk to him about the things going on
in his life and his career. But it’s not. He’s interesting and enjoyable to be around,
so no patience is involved. He just refuses to believe me.
requires a lot more travel than I wish it did. If there was anything about my life
I wish was different, it would be that I didn’t have to travel quite as much. Corey’s
job doesn’t let him travel with me very much, and it even takes him away for days
or weeks at a time. I guess it’s not the travel that I’d change, it’s the being
away from Corey so much. I don’t want to think about him getting deployed again.
About the Author
age of nine, and was a transformative work that expanded on the story told in a
popular song of the time.
school poetry and short story contests along the way. It wasn’t until she discovered
the world of m/m erotic fiction and found
her stride with cops, Marines and muscle cars,
that she felt inspired to share her stories with readers who enjoy the same things.
HIV testing clinic in her local Department of Health, introduced Kendall to the gay and lesbian community. Understanding and
empathy has made her a lifetime advocate of GLBT issues.
the time and focus she needed to finally produce a novel worth submitting for publication.
Her first novel, Brothers In Arms, introduced the world to her authentic
military stories and characters.
was born and raised in Southern California, where
she still lives and works. A non-conventional relationship has kept her happy for
the last decade. Her four dogs enjoy it when she writes, as she sits still long
enough for them to curl up around her.
|Brothers in Arms|
Books Coming Soon
copy of The Final Line (Book 3 of The Recon Diaries).