Top Drawer News — In the Spotlight

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Screen Capture by HL Carpenter

Screen Capture by HL Carpenter

Author Zoe Ambler shone the spotlight on us this week. We had lots of fun answering her ten great questions, and then she went out of her way to find and feature links to all our books! To read the poem that describes our writing process, we invite you to check out the interview on Zoe’s website here.

You can learn more about Zoe’s work at her site too. Zoe’s debut novel, The Road of Darkness, is the story of Addison. Addison is a young Southern Belle in early 1700s Louisiana with a love for Voodoo. She’s a child of privilege, but never really let it go to her head. She was always a little odd.

The Road of Darkness by Zoe Ambler

The Road of Darkness by Zoe Ambler

Zoe says The Road of Darkness is far from a typical vampire book. She tells us the book is suitable for ages 16 and up, with no foul language and only implied sexual situations, and even that is VERY rare. She didn’t want her books to be “romance-y.” And here’s some great news for Zoe’s fans–she’s working on the next book in the series and hopes to have it published late this spring.

Zoe’s very generous in promoting authors. While you’re visiting her site, why not ask if you can shine in her “spotlight” feature?


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