Friday, 16 September 2011

All Hallows' Moon Blog Tour: Character Interview and GIVEAWAY!

If you haven't heard already, All Hallows' Moon is now available! It's the sequel to Six Moon Summer, which I did review on my blog a while back. Check out their Goodreads pages to find out more about: Six Moon Summer, and All Hallows' Moon. (Links go to Goodreads.)

You can also purchase copies of them online. :)
Six Moon Summer: Amazon/Kindle | Barnes and Noble/Nook | Smashwords | Createspace
All Hallows' Moon: Amazon/Kindle | Barnes and Noble/Nook | Smashwords | Createspace

Now, in honour of All Hallows' Moon's release, S.M. Reine is having a blog tour, and as part of that tour, I have Seth, the mysterious and sexy boy I mentioned back when I reviewed Six Moon Summer, here on my blog today! He's been gracious enough to answer a few questions, and I hope you enjoy them. :)

You've mentioned before that family is really important to you. Do you want to tell us a little bit about them?
I have a brother named Abel and my mom. Abel and I are really tight, you know? You have to be with your brother. I would do anything for him. He was attacked last year and he's never really gotten over it. His face is still horrible, but he's always been kind of ugly, so I don't think it's that big a difference. But don't tell him I said that! My mom, though, she's been really intense since dad got killed awhile back. She's kind of... career driven.

"Career driven?"So what's her career?
The family business. What we've always done. She kills werewolves.

How do you kill a werewolf?
It's just like killing anyone else, I guess, even though I've never killed a normal person or anything. The only problem is that they heal stupidly fast and they're big, quick, and mean. You almost have to pull the trigger before you even see them, or that's it. You're dead. You can slow them down if you can poison them with wolfsbane, and you can stop them cold if you get a little silver in their blood, but otherwise it's just like hunting any big animal. Except they're human twenty-nine nights of the month.

How many have you killed before?
Just on my own? Only two. But since I started going on hunts as a kid with my brother, we've killed over a dozen. I think we've got the best hunt-to-kill ratio in the country, but it's not like us hunters have a scoreboard.

Does it bother you hunting a werewolf when they're usually human?
Mom says they don't have souls after they get bitten. She says the spirit of the wolf eats the spirit of the man and leaves nothing but emptiness inside. Even if they look like people, even if they walk and talk like people, they're not people. That's why we have to wait until they change on a moon to shoot them, though. We have to be totally sure they're the one. Dad used to say, "If it's not furry, don't kill. If it is furry, skin it." He was pretty career-driven too.

I guess I used to be okay with the whole hunting thing. I believed my parents. They're the experts, right? But ever since this summer, it's been different. I went on my first real solo hunt, and... things changed.

Are you talking about the incident at Camp Golden Lake?
Yeah. Two werewolves, lots of victims. And then there was the third werewolf-- Rylie. She got bitten when I was on a hunt. I tried to save her, but I failed, and then I tried to keep her from turning at the end of the summer, and I failed again. I feel pretty bad about that.

What happened to Rylie?
I don't know. She changed on that last night to save me from the big bad wolf, and I didn't see her again after that. She looked pretty bad, though.

Do you think she's alive?
God, I hope so.

Thanks for visiting my blog today, Seth. Happy hunting!
Yeah, thanks for having me. See you around.


 Runs from September 12th until the 16th (that's tonight, so hurry up and enter! eek!)
***Grand Prize of paperback copies of Six Moon Summer and All Hallows' Moon***
*5 smaller prizes of ebooks of All Hallows' Moon*

(Paperbacks are only for people with US Addresses, but the ebooks are International)

To enter, just fill out the fields on the Raffelcopter widget (Note: if you're uings a reader, you probably will have to go to the actual blog post to enter). This widget is for the entire blog tour, so only enter on one of the blogs. :)

Good luck to everyone who enters, and I hope you enjoyed Seth's interview! :D

Happy Reading!!!

♪♫ Ambur

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