In honor of the upcoming release of Bombshell, Ava’s first leading role in one of my novels, I’m going to take us down memory lane, week by week. This week’s stop? An interview with Ava after her splashy appearance in Earth to Emily.

Before we reminisce, though, let me plug you in to the HUGE giveaway I’m doing for Ava. (Insert drumroll here) If you’ve already entered, skip down to the main post, HERE.

Remember that time when I gave away Michele’s Itzpapalotl butterfly charms for the release of Fighting for Anna and Emily’s fox totem charms for the release of Hell to Pay? It was SO much fun.

Well, I have FIVE of Ava’s little beauties pictured below (charm/small pendant size) by Jewelweed Sprouts to giveaway for the release of Bombshell.

Anita (the designer who makes them) calls these “triskele.” In Celtic tradition, this is called a triskelion. It has been said to represent many things, including:

Spirit, Mind, Body

Past, Present, Future

Power, Intellect, Love

Creation, Preservation, Destruction

It is a symbol of energy in motion, and tells a story of change.

It is the symbol of a living, breathing goddess seeking balance in all things, in my book, and that is Ava. I wear a triskelion pendant myself.

Enter through the Rafflecopter below. Winners will be announced the week after Bombshell is released.

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It’s All About Ava



This month is all about Ava, sidekick of Katie in the Katie & Annalise books, and now  featured in Earth to Emily as well. 

Pamela: Ava, Ava, Ava. So good to see you, although a bit of a surprise in West Texas.

Ava: I more surprised than you, for true.

Pamela: What did you think of Amarillo?

Ava: I freeze my bana.

Pamela (laughing): She means “tush,” for those of you who haven’t traveled to the islands. Maybe if you wore more clothing, Ava?

Ava (snorts): Next question.

Pamela: You weren’t in Amarillo long, though, were you?

Ava: Nah. My gig in Amarillo snow out, so I ride with Jack and Emily to New Mexico.

Pamela: Oh, I’ve heard about you in New Mexico.

Ava (winks): Yah mon.

Pamela: So, you’re pretty hip. Give us some entertainment recommendations.

Ava: A book about a talented sexy Virgin Islands singer be entertaining.

Pamela: Oh, it’s coming, for sure, it’s coming.

Ava: When?

Pamela: I wouldn’t be surprised if your story starts coming out before the end of 2017.

Ava: Well, until then, I reading a great book I heard about in Amarillo. Pennies from Burger Heaven. It by a local girl, I t’ink. Marcy McKay.

Pamela: I’m especially interested in your music recommendations, since you’re a professional.

Ava: Keeping it old school, I go with I Try by Macy Gray and Can I Walk With You by India Arie. A little Sade and Rihanna nice, too, bringing in some Caribbean flavor.

Pamela: I love Umbrella.

Ava: Love the Way You Lie with Eminem light me up.

Pamela: And when you’re not reading or involved with music?

Ava: Uh, well, I not usually into movies, but I watch The Mechanic last night. Jason Statham not a man I’d kick out of bed.

Pamela: Speaking of which, who got you to watch an action flick?

Ava (inspects her nails): That classified.

Tune in next week for what’s cooking at Ava’s place. Meanwhile, if you have entertainment tips for Ava or a suggestion on the actor to play her in a movie, comment below.

Catch up on your What Doesn’t Kill You reading before Bombshell drops, HERE!

Read a sneak peek of Bombshell HERE.

Pre-order Bombshell HERE.

Enter contest, above through Rafflecopter.

Before you go, please vote for my WDKY mystery Fighting for Anna in the Silver Falchion Readers Choice Award, please, HERE? (Easy, no registration required, you can vote once every 24 hours)

And have a great week!

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9 Responses to It’s all about Ava.

  1. Alice Kay Huston (Kay) says:

    I see anything with your name attached and I am in for reading it and it always ends way too fast. Keep on writing and sending the emails. I read it all!

    Thanks for sharing your talent. I am a photographer, but wish I could write like you. I am putting a chilerens book together featuring the ducks, geese, and pony’s we raise, with our 3 youngest grandchildren, Imagine physical therapy on a duck with a pop sickle stick for a broken leg, self adhesive bandage and three grand kids helping.

    I have been waiting for” Hell to Pay'” I am excited to get it and start reading.

  2. Vidya Sury says:

    I love that Ava! I so enjoyed this conversation! Looking forward to reading Hell to Pay, Pamela!
    Vidya Sury recently posted..My Growing Gratitude Circle #TalesOf2015

  3. Eric Hutchins says:

    I love this conversation. Ava always brings me back to the islands and our time there.

  4. […] the process of writing Ava’s Bombshell, HERE. To read character interviews with Ava, click HERE, HERE, and HERE. Watch for a Bombshell Story Behind the Story Series coming this summer, as well […]

  5. Nandita says:

    Enjoyed the conversation. I would like to get to know her better

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