Today I have the privilege of welcoming author Stacy Eaton to my blog. I've reviewed Stacy's Blue Blood for Life and My Blood Runs Blue before--two excellent blends of police procedural, paranormal thriller, and vampire romance. I expect to post reviews of her new release Garda later this week, and I have her other novel, Whether I'll Live or Die firmly planted on my reading list--an excellent and very prolific author. Welcome Stacy!
When they tell you we're in lockdown, what's your first thought?
Now we'll be safeDon't tell me what to doWhat exactly does it meanHow can I work around it and live normallyHow can I benefit from this...? Or maybeWe've never lived in such a time!
But the truth is, we've lived - as a nation, as a world - through far worse times, as A.J. Sidransky's The Interpreter most evocatively and powerfully reminds us. Feeling separate from family? How separate must those Jewish children have felt, evacuated to protect them from Hitler's rolling tide?Nervous about buying food? What about those who had no food?Not sure who to trust? Pretending to be someone you're not so you won't get stopped...Angry at those who don't treat it seriously? Angry at collaborators?Despairing? A greater despair when the more you learn the more you learn you've lost...Betrayed? And oh how we betrayed people back thenAfraid it will change you? But war changes you moreApart fr…