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Tag Archives: Kendall McKenna

The Final Line 
Kendall McKenna, welcome to Romance Lives Forever. We’re excited
to interview your character, Sean Chandler from the book, The Final Line (Book 3
The Recon Diaries).
Genre: M/M, military, mystery/suspense
Publisher: MLR Press
Cover artist: Jared Rackler
Length: 108,000 words
Heat rating: 4 Flames
Tagline: Love and Dog Tags
Blurb:
Staff Sergeant Corey Yarwood is an instructor
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
of control.
Sean Chandler walks into a dive bar, and
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.
Corey’s lost memories are pivotal to a civilian
murder, and a military investigation. Remembering could mean salvation, or destruction.
Will the truth be too much for Sean to handle?
What are your main characters’ names, ages, and occupations?
Corey Yarwood, 27 years old, Staff Sergeant, US
Marine Corps
Sean Chandler, 30 years old, actor/musician

Interview with Sean Chandler

Tell us about yourself.
Well, okay. My name is Sean Chandler. I’m thirty years old. I’m
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.
Tell us about Corey.
Corey. Oh, excuse me. That would be Staff Sergeant Corey Yarwood,
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 
What do you think is your strongest point?
My creativity or my sensitivity. They’re probably intertwined.
What would Corey say is your strongest point?
My patience. He thinks I’m more patient than I really am, though.
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.
What do you wish was different about your life?
I love my job and I wouldn’t want to do anything else. But it
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.
If you were given your fondest wish, what would it be?
I’ve already been given my fondest wish.

About the Author

Kendall McKenna’s first work of fiction was written at the worldly
age of nine, and was a transformative work that expanded on the story told in a
popular song of the time.
She tried her hand at vampire and cowboy fiction, winning high
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.
Putting herself through college by working in a newly-created
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.
A brief bout of unemployment gave Kendall
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.

Kendall
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

Previous Books

Brothers In Arms (The Recon Diaries)
Fire For Effect (The Recon Diaries)
Strength of the Pack (Tameness of the Wolf)
Nights In Canaan

Books Coming Soon

Strength of the Wolf (Tameness of the Wolf)

Contest

Leave a comment with your email to be eligible to win an e-book
copy of The Final Line (Book 3 of The Recon Diaries).

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RLF Gems 
In May, Romance Lives Forever had 23 posts in a 31 day month.
Here are the top posts (judging by page views). There was a two-way tie for
first place, including my post about Marketing for Romance Writers Marketing
Summer Camp plans, and a three-way tie
for fifth. Those posts were within one page view of each other.
1. Vicki Batman
1. Kayelle Allen
2. Emerald
3. Eva Caye
4. Charlie Cochet
5. Kendall McKenna
5. Taylor
Brooks
5. Synithia Williams
Honorable mention: Angela Kay Austin
Authors who guest with us are promoted on Facebook, via
Triberr to thousands of potential readers, are featured front page in the daily
Romance Lives Forever Paper.li ezine,
and the blog has its own hashtag (#rlfblog) on Twitter. This year, we also
created the Booklover’s Guide to Romance
Lives Forever
with links to guest authors’ books and social media. It is
110 pages crammed full of who to follow and what to read. The FAQ page provides
updated downloads of optional interview questions, and a guide to the blog. You
can also grab our button to promote your visit. Your cover can be featured on
the blog for a small fee. Check out our advertising
link
for more information.
My thanks to all who took part this month. You made Romance
Lives Forever a great place to discover new books and authors.
Other participants this month in alphabetical order by first
name are:

Ana Blaze, E Ayers, Eden
Summers, Elise VanCise, Elodie Parkes, Jean Joachim, Jennifer France, Jill
Elaine Hughes, Katya Armock, Kitty Barton, Melinda Dozier, MJ O’Shea, Mona
Karel, ST Bende
Brothers in Arms

Kendall McKenna, welcome to Romance Lives Forever. Let’s talk about your book, Brothers In Arms

Author: Kendall McKenna
Genre: M/M erotic romance
Length: 32,000 words
Heat rating: 3. There’s more plot than heat but the heat that’s there is HOT.
Blurb:
Jonah Carver–a Marine and combat veteran–and his former Captain, Kellan Reynolds, once shared a scorching night, but then lost touch; something Jonah has long regretted.
When an investigation into government corruption ends in a killing on Jonah’s watch, the FBI arrives. With them is Kellan Reynolds. Together once more, sparks fly and Jonah begins to believe in second chances.
Nothing is that easy, though, as the suspects will stop at nothing to halt the investigation. Jonah must keep everyone in his charge alive while helping the FBI and Kellan find the proof they need.
What are your main characters’ names, ages, and occupations?
Jonah Carver is in his mid-30’s. He’s a Gunnery Sergeant in the Marine Corps.
Kellan Reynolds is a former Captain in the Marines. He’s in his early-30’s and currently runs a political consulting firm in Washington D.C.

Interview with Gunnery Sergeant Jonah Carver

Tell us about yourself. What are you like?
This is ridiculous. Did Kellan really say I had to do this? He did? That’s because he had to do it last time. He’s better at this. He wrote that damn book and he gives interviews all the time. (sighs)
I’m a United States Marine. I act like a Marine. Next question.
What do you think is your strongest point?
I’m a good fucking Marine.
Do you have a weakness? (If so, what do you think it is? What does your lover think it is? What does your enemy think it is?)
My weakness is that I keep getting surrounded by incompetent morons who can’t strategize, navigate, command, or shoot as well as I can. What? It’s true. I haven’t served under a decent officer since Kellan left the Corps. I have no weaknesses. I am made weaker by the incompetence that surrounds me.
(long pause)
Kellan thinks my weakness is that I hold other people to an impossibly high standard. He says it’s not fair to expect other people to meet the same standards that I do. My enemies know I have no weaknesses because I killed them all in combat.
Seriously, though…Kellan is my weakness. (clears throat)
What drives you to do the things you do? What makes you want to be the “good guy?”
Are all the questions this ridiculous? I do the things I do because they’re right. I don’t want to be the ‘good guy’. I’m not a good guy, not at all. I just do what I have to do and I do what’s right. Now Kellan…he’s the good guy. He needs to feel like he’s making a difference.
Kellan and my father…the two best men I’ve ever known.
What’s your favorite guilty pleasure?
Racing my bike along a stretch of open road, clocking almost 200 mph. And the only reason it’s a guilty pleasure is because Kellan worries.
If you didn’t know how old you were how old would you be?
That is such a stupid question. What does that even mean? Ask another question. Did Kellan answer that question? He probably gave some sort of philosophical answer like, ‘I would be as old as I am because I am that old’.
A biography has been written about you. What do you think the title would be in six words or less?
“Warrior”. Kellan keeps joking about writing my biography. He’d probably come up with a good title, you should ask him that question.
If money were not an object, where would you most like to live?
On a beach someplace with good surfing. Maybe Hawaii or Australia. (long pause) But Kellan would get a little stir crazy. He’d want to be back in D.C. doing something important. So I guess I want to live wherever Kellan is.
What song would best describe your life?
The Marine Corps Hymn
If you were a tool, what would people use you to do?
(long pause) Are you fucking serious? (heavy sigh) A Swiss Army Knife. I would be the perfect tool for whatever needed to be done at the time. What did Kellan say? He probably said something like ‘I would be a pen and people would use me to write words of wisdom’. (snort) He’s so smart it’s easy to forget he was a badass killer Marine, too.
Picture yourself as a store. Considering your personality and lifestyle, what type of products would be sold there?
M16s. Motorcycles. Beer. Condoms.
As a child, what was your favorite thing about school?
Precision drills. What? My parents sent me to military school.
Tell us an embarrassing story that has to do with a pet. If you have no pets, a story about a significant other will do. ^_^
We don’t have a pet. We talked about getting a dog, if we ever ended up living in the same city, let alone the same house. Maybe we could talk about that again, since we’re both at the Pentagon, now. I’m not telling any embarrassing stories about Kellan. He trusts me to have his back.
If you came with a warning label, what would it say?
I think it should say ‘Danger’, but Kellan would probably say it should read ‘Doesn’t play well with others.’
Waves Break My Fall

Please Fill in the Blanks (as Jonah)

I love pizza with beer.
I’m always ready for sex with Kellan.
When I’m alone, I enjoy it.
You’d never be able to tell, but Kellan can sing. Really well, actually.
If I had a halo it would be someone else’s I was holding for them.
If I could fly I’d take Kellan anyplace he wanted to go.
I can never win an argument with Kellan because he’s too fucking smart.

About the Author

Kendall McKenna is a writer of M/M erotic romance. Kendall’s first work of fiction was written at the worldly age of nine, and was a transformative work that expanded on the story told in a popular song of the time. She tried her hand at vampire and cowboy fiction, winning high 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. Kendall 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.

Previous Books

Brothers In Arms
Waves Break My Fall

Books Coming Soon

Strength of the Pack
Nights in Canaan

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RLF Gems

December on Romance Lives Forever saw eleven author
interviews, six character interviews, five book releases, and seven articles,
for twenty-nine posts in a thirty-one day month. Here are the top five posts (judging
by page hits). There were ties at fifth place. Two articles, four author
interviews, and a special, group book release are in the top posts.

1. 2012 Booklover’s Guide for Romance Lives Forever
2. Remembering Christmas (included a free download) –
Kayelle Allen
3. Suspense: Green Eyed Doll – Jerrie Alexander
4. New Year’s Eve Club Author Interview – Diana Saenger
5. Four SciFi Romance Writers Throw Down – AM Griffin, Christine d’Abo, Cynthia
Sax, Ria Candro
5. Character Interview: The Auction – Lyn Austin
Special Mention this month for a unique post: Where Inspiration
Comes From, by Vicki Batman.
Other participants this month in alphabetical order by first
name are:
Ann Montclair, Flame Arden,
Jackie Leigh Allen, Jennifer Thomas, Jill Limber, Jillian Leigh, Lia Davis, LM
Brown, Lyla Bardan, Shelly
Holt, Shirley Ann Wilder, Stacy Juba, Stan Hampton, Susan MacNicol, Tamara
Hoffa, Teresa Carpenter, Terry Irene Blaine, Tina Donahue, Victoria Blisse, Wendy
Soliman, Willa Blair 

2012 Best of the Best

Top five bloggers:
  1. Elysa Hendricks – author
  2. Jason Aaron Baca – model and author
    interview
  3. Paul Bright – filmmaker
  4. Jerrie Alexander – author
  5. Susan Lodge – author

Top five articles (tie at 5th place)

1. Irene Preston – Bad, Bad, Bad, Writing the Wrong Kind of Bad Girl
2. Kayelle Allen – Remembering Christmas
3. Jerrie Alexander – Suspense: Green Eyed Doll
4. LM Brown – Blogging – A new form of self-imposed torture
5. Kharisma Rhayne – Test
Drive (Sex)
5. Kayelle Allen – Booklover’s Guide to Romance Lives Forever

Top five author interviews

1. Diana Saenger
2. Delaney Diamond
3. Lyn Austin
4. Denyse’ Bridger
5. Shirley Ann Wilder

Top five character interviews (3 way tie at 5th place)

1. Susan Lodge – Hetty Avebury
2. Charlie Cochrane – Ben Edwards
3. Stephanie Burkhart – Lady Keira
4. Kristina Knight – A Texas
Girl
5. Xavier Axelson – Anson from Earthly Concerns
5. Jackie Leigh Allen – New Year’s Eve Club
5. Sharon Hamilton – SEAL Kyle Lansdowne

Top five book releases

1. Amy McCorkle / Kate Lynd – No Ordinary Love
2. Kendall McKenna – Waves Break My Fall
3. Gemma K Murray
– Keeper of the Golden Dragon’s Heart
4. AM Griffin,
Christine d’Abo, Cynthia Sax, Ria Candro – Four SciFi Romance Writers Throw
Down
5. Tina Donahue – Come Fill Me

Romance Lives Forever Button
Authors who guest with us are promoted on Facebook, via
Triberr to over 549k potential readers, are featured front page in the daily Romance Lives Forever Paper.li ezine,
and the blog has its own hashtag (#rlfblog) on Twitter. This year, we created the Booklover’s Guide to Romance
Lives Forever
with links to guest authors’ books and social media. It’s
available on the site now, and is 110 pages of information. The FAQ page provides updated downloads of optional interview questions, and a guide to the
blog. You can grab a button to promote your visit.

My thanks to all who took part this year. You made Romance
Lives Forever a great place to discover new books and new authors.

Book title: Waves Break My Fall
Genre: M/M Erotic Romance
Cover artist: Reese Dante
Length (words): 20,573
Heat rating: NC-17
Blurb: Kage is a Marine, newly returned from Afghanistan and
having difficulty adjusting to being home. He tries to decompress with a quiet
trip to Puerto Vallarta.
Zach is a new college graduate and facing the realities of adulthood. Will
their hot summer fling grow into something more?
What are your main
characters’ names?
Kage and Zach
Ages?
Kage is in his early 30’s.
Zach is in his early to mid-20’s. He’s old enough to be
graduating college.
Occupations?
Kage is a Gunnery Sergeant in the Marine Corps.
Zach has just graduated college and his new occupation is a
spoiler.

Interview

How did you get your
start in the industry?
I started writing. I just started and kept writing. I found
people to give me critical feedback so I got better at it. About two years ago,
I was laid off from my day job, so decided to take advantage of it. I got a
short story and a novella ready and began to submit to e-presses with good
reputations. At the same time, I started writing articles for an online
newsletter for a popular television show. Then, I received an offer from Silver
Publishing three days after I received the offer for my current day job. I
accepted both!
What is the most
important thing you do for your career now, as compared to when you first
started writing?
Today it’s all about social media, marketing and ME, instead
of being about improving the writing. While getting better at the writing is
always important, now the focus is on putting myself out there as an author. I
have to market myself and the books through social media such as blogs,
Facebook and Twitter.
If you could change
something about your first book, what would it be?
That is a particularly tricky question for me! My first
book, Brothers in Arms, has received two consistent pieces of good natured
criticism. First, is that it’s too short. Second, there’s not enough sex. Part
of me would love to go back and fix both of those things. On the other hand,
fixing either one would make it a completely different story and could
potentially ruin it. Ultimately, it’s a great story just like it is, so I
wouldn’t change a thing, even though I do think about it from time to time!
If you could choose
anyone to be your mentor who would it be?
Sherry Lansing. She was a movie studio executive when women
were still being told their worth was based on their skills as wives and
mothers. Women were told to stop work when they married so they didn’t take
jobs from men who had families. She was a trail blazer and is still producing
movies today.
If you could give the
younger version of yourself advice what would it be?
You don’t have to play it safe. Those things you want to do
but think you shouldn’t because they
aren’t practical and won’t earn you money? Do them. At least try. You’ll be
surprised just what you’ll accomplish when you stop playing it safe.
Do you have a muse?
Describe this person, please.
I have many muses. They take the form of my MCs. Sometimes I
only have one at a time, sometimes both the boys talk to me. They tell me the
story, and they tell me about their fears and their dreams. They point me in
the direction the story needs to go. My muses are right there in the stories
for everyone to get to know.
What are some jobs
you’ve done before (or while) you were a writer?
I worked in one of the first Public Health HIV testing
clinics in the country. That tells you how old I am! I spent almost a decade as
a Police Dispatcher. That was an adventure!
Which of your books would
you recommend to someone who doesn’t normally read your genre, and why?
Brothers In Arms. Because it’s heavy on plot and light on
the sex, I think it would be a great way to give a reader a taste of the genre.
Once they realize they enjoy it, they can seek out all the other wonderful
stories with the heat level they find suits their tastes.
What kind of books do
you read when taking a break from your own writing?
The same kind I write! I love M/M erotic romance. However, I
also like fantasy and sci-fi, contemporary mysteries with strong female lead
characters, and true history.
What do you think is
the future of epublishing?
I think the future is here! Print books may never go
completely away, but e-books are so versatile and well-priced (by e-presses),
they’re here to stay. The technology and the industry are in their infancy, but
once it shakes out, the NY publishers with either get with the program, or go
under. The indie presses will continue to rise. Much like we saw Napster and
iTunes revolutionize the music industry by allowing artists to distribute their
work without being beholden to a label, we’ll continue to see the influence of
agents and legacy presses shrink.
What was the proudest
moment of your life so far?
It’s a very small moment that happened recently. My hubby
was leading his father through the house and I was on the couch doing some
marketing of a book. As he passed by, hubby told his father, “We have to be
quiet, she’s working. She’s a writer.”
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?
I would pack jeans, t-shirts and comfortable shoes. My
Kindle, my iPod and my passport. I’d be on my way to New Zealand to take the Lord of the
Rings filming tour! Yes, I’m a geek.
What good book have
you read recently?
I just finished Mercy Celeste’s “Beyond Complicated” and I
highly recommend it.
Where were you at
midnight, on December 31st when the new century started?
At a party, hanging off of a balcony with my then
girlfriend, banging pots, pans and lids together while cheering drunkenly.
What do you like to
do when you’re bored?
Read and write. You could have guessed that answer, I’m
sure.
Which statement is
more like you:
“I am a vacation spa because I am laid back and
relaxed.”
“I am a ten-countries in ten-days tour vacation,
because I do things as fast as possible.”
I am laid back and relaxed. I love lying on a warm beach
with a drink, listening to my iPod and reading my Kindle. 

Fill in the Blanks

My favorite type of car is a Mustang.
A perfect date would be coffee in a Barnes & Noble.
My characters would love it if I just let them have sex
without having to examine their feelings
.
I think Coldplay is overrated. I prefer Matchbox
20.
If all the hot men in the world were mine, I’d
like it.
Paying someone else to do it is the best way to clean
my house
.
There is more to writing than typing words.

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Brothers in Arms 

Today I have a special treat: two interviews by the heroes of Brothers in Arms by Kendall McKenna. I’m turning the blog over to her. Take it away, Kendall!

– – –

I’ve written a story called Brothers In Arms. It’s not your
typical m/m erotic romance, in that it’s pretty heavy on plot, action and
mystery. There’s a romance, to be sure. And the times the guys do get together,
it’s scorching! The two main characters are Jonah Carver and Kellan Reynolds.
Jonah is an active duty Recon Marine. Kellan used to be Jonah’s platoon
commander in the beginning of the war in Iraq. They’re a couple of smart,
competent bad-asses.
As if serving in combat together wasn’t enough, these two
found themselves at the center of an international mystery that they had to
resolve, while staying alive, and rekindling their romance. When the bad guys
made the mistake of snatching Kellan, you can imagine Jonah’s reaction.
First, I’d like to introduce you to each of the guys in
turn, and then let them answer some questions in their own voices. I think
you’ll find Kellan a little more forthcoming than Jonah, but that’s just how
Jonah is.

Kellan Reynolds: CEO, author, retired Recon Marine Corps
Captain.

What is Kellan like?
Kellan is an intellectual man of action. He’s thoughtful and
methodical, but when the situation calls for action, he doesn’t hesitate. He’s
ambitious, and focused, not afraid to actively pursue what he wants. Kellan
belongs in a bygone era. He believes in, and actually lives by, words such as
duty, honor, and integrity. Kellan is charismatic, very much a natural leader. He’s
got a sense of humor he keeps under wraps, except with those closest to him,
namely Jonah.
What would Kellan say is his strongest point?
His intellect. Kellan believes his ability to think through
issues is his biggest strength. He’d even go so far as to say he’s able to
think his way through the opposing side of an issue.
Does Kellan think he has a weakness?
Yes. He believes his weakness is his tendency to worry about
his public image. But, if you catch him in a weak moment, he’ll jokingly tell
you that his only weakness is Jonah.
What does Jonah think Kellan’s weakness is?
Jonah thinks Kellan is damn hear perfect. If pressed, he’ll
tell you that if Kellan has a weakness, it’s that he’s too careful, that he
doesn’t push back as soon as he should, when someone pushes him.
What drives Kellan to do the things he does? What
makes him want to be the “good guy?”
The thing to understand about Kellan is that, he is the
“good guy”. He truly believes it’s his duty to do the right thing. It would
never occur to him to do anything else, or anything less.
What’s your main character’s favorite guilty pleasure?
Sex with Jonah.

Now, I’d like to ask Kellan some questions, directly. Let’s
get his take on a few things.

A biography has been written about you. What do you
think the title would be in six words or less?
I’ve already written it. It’s called ‘Brotherhood of
Warriors’.
If money were not an object, where would you most like
to live?
Wherever Jonah would want to live. I know he likes Southern
California for the surfing, but Hawaii
is even better for the kinds of outdoor sports he enjoys.
If you were a tool, what would people use you to do?
I’d be a measuring tape. People would use me to ensure
everything fits the way it’s supposed to.
As a child, what was your favorite thing about school?
English class. English Lit. English Composition. Anything to
do with reading and language.
If you came with a warning label, what would it say?
I don’t need a warning label. I’m pretty user friendly.
I love pizza with everything but anchovies.
I’m always ready for the unexpected.
When I’m alone, I text Jonah.
You’d never be able to tell, but sometimes I miss being a
Marine.
If I had a halo it would be stuffed
in a drawer under my socks.
If I could fly I’d take Jonah someplace he’s
always wanted to go.

Next, I’d like to introduce you to Gunnery Sergeant Jonah
Carver: Recon Marine.

What is Jonah like?
Jonah is a prickly son-of-a-bitch. He’s extremely smart and
extraordinarily competent. He does not suffer fools gladly. He’s got a biting
wit. He’s so good at being a Marine, he inspires awe in many, and intimidates
others. And he could give a damn. He’s not overly social, but when engaged, is
quite humorous.
What would Jonah say is his strongest point?
Jonah believes his strongest point is that he is the best
damn Marine he can possibly be.
Does Jonah think he has a weakness?
Not that he would admit to out loud. If you catch him in a
weak moment, he might admit that Kellan is his only weakness.
What does Kellan think Jonah’s weakness is?
His dislike of other people. Kellan sometimes wishes Jonah
wouldn’t be quite so stand-offish, and would cut others some slack.
What drives Jonah to do the things he does? What makes
him want to be the “good guy?”
Jonah is a Marine. Semper Fidelis. As far as Jonah is
concerned, there is no other way for him to be.
What’s your main character’s favorite guilty pleasure?
80’s music. Tech gadgets. Kellan.

Now it’s time to ask Jonah a few questions, and get his
unique take on things.

A biography has been written about you. What do you
think the title would be in six words or less?
He Hated Incompetent People
If money were not an object, where would you most like
to live?
Australia.
New Zealand.
Hawaii.
Anywhere the sun and the surfing is good. Kellan can’t be out of D.C. for very
long or he starts to get twitchy, so, I’d probably have to settle for Miami. Just so we could
be on the east coast.
If you were a tool, what would people use you to do?
I am not a tool. I am a weapon. The right weapon for the
job.
As a child, what was your favorite thing about school?
The first day of summer vacation.
If you came with a warning label, what would it say?
Stupid people will be shot on sight.

Please Fill in the Blanks (as the character)

I love pizza with beer.
I’m always ready for sex.
When I’m alone, I text Kellan.
You’d never be able to tell, but if you can’t tell, why
would I tell you? I lose the advantage that way.
If I had a halo it would be something
my niece made for me from construction paper and glitter. Doesn’t mean I’d wear
it.
If I could fly I’d take Kellan anywhere he wanted
to go.

About the Author

Kendall McKenna’s first work of fiction was written at the
worldly age of nine, and was a transformative work that expanded on the story
told in a popular song of the time. She tried her hand at vampire and cowboy
fiction, winning high 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. Kendall 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.

Books Coming Soon

Waves Break My Fall

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