Would you search for a mythical creature? by Mae Clair

I can actually say “been there, done that,” in relation to the question above. If you’ve visited my blog before, you might know I’ve traipsed around West Virginia in the area where the legendary Mothman was sighted — all in the name of research which I’ve factored into an upcoming novel.

But going out on a charter boat to track down a leviathan larger than a whale . . .a mythical seabeast that has a taste for gobbling up ships? Nah, probably not.

Cover KindleThat, is however, exactly what my heroine, Rylie Carswell, does in my new indie release, SOLSTICE ISLAND. Today, I’m visiting with my Kensington Books/Lyrical Press sister, Gemma Brocato on her fabulous blog. If you get a chance, I’d love for you to pop over and say hello.

 

 

8 thoughts on “Would you search for a mythical creature? by Mae Clair

    • Gemma, thanks so much for hosting me on your blog. What a fun day! And I’m delighted to hear you’re looking forward to reading the book. Writing a romantic adventure was a lot of fun . . . especially since I got to toss in a sea beastie! 🙂

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    • Hi, Daisy. “Negative Reach” (the Mothman story) was my NaNoWriMo project last November. I still need to add about another 30K words and clean it up, but it’s close to my heart after visiting the area. The Silver Bridge collapse of 1967 also factors prominently in the story. Hopefully, I’ll be tackling it soon!

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    • I’m with you, Jessi . . . at least where the sea creature is concerned. I did find researching the Mothman in his actual haunt pretty awesome though, and hope to do more of that with other cryptids as time permits. Just as long as it doesn’t involve becoming a monster munchie, LOL!

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    • LOL! I like that idea, Sheri. They definitely have me scrambling in the fictional world. No question they would in the real world too!
      Thanks for visiting and your awesome support. Sending you well wishes and smiles 🙂

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