Saturday, January 7, 2012

1 Year Blogoversary Day 7 Stacy Jay Q&A with GIVEAWAY

On Day 7 of my Celebration I bring you.. Author of The Megan Berry Series and Dead on the Delta 
Stacey Jay

Stacey took time out of her busy schedule to answer some questions for the followers! 

SG: I just want you to know that ever since I picked up your first Megan Berry book I was hooked on your writing! I am so looking forward to when I can read Dead on the Delta.
SJ: Thank you so much! That's great to hear.

Now on to the questions!

SG: Can you describe Dead on the Delta in a Tweet for us?

SJ: A borderline alcoholic who's immune to killer fairy venom helps solve a murder while discovering a secret paranormal world.

SG: Where did the idea for DotD come from?

SJ: My father was writing a murder mystery titled "Dead on the Delta" when he passed away. I was 19 at the time, but loved writing and was so proud of my dad for starting his first novel at 60+. So I decided I'd finish the story for him. Turns out I couldn't finish that story--our voices were too different to mesh--but his title helped spawn the brainstorming session that resulted in my "Dead on the Delta's" killer mutant fairies.

SG:  Where do you usually write? In an office or just wherever you can?

SJ: Recently, I have been writing in an office! My husband renovated a portion of our basement for me. It's amazing what he did with that dark, musty hole. It's not decorated yet, but I still love writing down here. It feels like I have an actual "workplace" for the first time in my life. (Previously I was a kitchen table or coffee shop writer.)

SG: What was your favorite toy from when you were a kid?

SJ: My bike. I was ready for wheels--any type of wheels--as soon as I could get them. I rode my bike as far as my parents would let me and started running errands for my dad in his car when I was thirteen. It was Arkansas, my dad grew up driving tractors and he saw no reason why I should wait for a license to run to the store for him. Loved that man. He and I had mischief in common.

This or That...

E-book or Real Book

Real Book.

Eat out  or Dine in
Both, please.

Movies or Tv Shows


City girl or Country girl

Country girl.

Again, Thank you so much Stacey! You Rock!

You're so welcome! 

Find Stacey Jay on the Web:

*Please Note these reviews are from when I first started blogging and had NO Clue what I was doing so yeah :( *

Stacey is giving away a Paperback copy of Dead on the Delta!
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  1. She is so fab :) I got to meet her at a signing and she's so much fun! You should definitely check out her book, Juliet Immortal, it's so good!

  2. She sounds so much fun! Loved the interview. ;D

  3. I have to say that I thought it was so wonderful that you tried to finish your father's novel. And that from there, you were inspired to write a same titled book of your own. Really looking forward to reading this book now. Congrats!
    LadyVampire2u AT gmail DOT com

  4. After that tweet synopsis how could I not be intrigued?

  5. I enjoyed the interview. Thanks for the giveaway.

  6. Great interview! Sounds like she would be a great lunch companion :D

  7. 'killer fairy venom' 'nuff said!!!

  8. There is certainly something to be said for immunity to killer fair venom for sure LOL Definitely got my attention. Thank you for sharing in this happy blogoversary celebration !

  9. Awesome interview and the book sounds cool thx for the giveaway

  10. I love how she finished the novel for her dad:)

    So touching:)

  11. I like that it is a borderline alcoholic, that's new!
    Awesome!! :D

  12. Thanks for the giveaway!

  13. Great interview and thanks for the giveaway! :)


  14. Thanks for the awesome interview and giveaway! :))

  15. This series looks interesting. I will put this on my TBR pile. Thanks

    Rachel V

  16. I love the "Tweet Synopsis" - very clever!!

  17. I enjoyed You are so Undead to me. I'd like to win Dead on the Delta. Thanks for the giveaway!


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