Raising Kane, part II, Out of the Dark
Blurb: She's Raisin' Kane, committed to reporting the truth. No matter who it might harm. He's Kieran Pollack, master at spinning the truth in favor of the criminal justice system and those who serve it. Truth or fiction: either could bring them to their knees.
Bio: Kat Henry Doran writes about the places and people she knows best: family, tight neighborhoods within big cities, and everyday life in general. Out of the Dark is her third release with Wild Rose Press with two additional stories contracted with the Class of '85 series.
Author Interviews Character Kieran Pollack:
Where were you the first time you saw Mallory Kane? It was one of those “the hits just keep on coming” moments we've all experienced. The morning began with the usual chaos associated with getting two kids off to pre-school. After clocking in at work, I was informed of the Mayor's forthwith summons to City Hall. Seems Her Highness wanted an official response to rumors of a protest march turned riot the evening before which resulted in serious physical injuries. As what we call in law enforcement the “thirty-second rundown” ran down and I was already planning how to put a positive spin on the whole thing, this long-legged redhead marched past the check-in desk.
What was your first thought? Once I rolled my tongue back into my mouth, I thought 'Wow'. My second came after the desk sergeant indicated she'd spent the night in a holding cell courtesy of the Victory Police Department. Given she was a reporter, he thought I might want to head her off at the pass. Since I take pride in following the advice of those with more experience, I approached her with the intent of initiating a dialogue.
Her response was? That she'd sooner walk barefoot through a nest of pit vipers than speak with any member of the Victory PD. Things pretty much went down hill from there.
What do you do for fun and relaxation? I like working with my hands so whenever the weather cooperates, I'm in the yard, pinching dead-heads, yanking weeds, mowing the lawn—all those home owner chores. It's important that my kids learn to treat their possessions with care so I encourage them to help with the pinching and yanking. Four year-olds don't know the difference between a marigold and crabgrass but they're learning.
What was the best advice you ever received? Make sure your kids know you love them no matter what.
Kat is graciously allowing me to give away one copy of her new book, Out of the Dark.
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- Giveaway expires on 10/22/2010
WINNER IS: Tonya Callihan