Sunday 21 December 2008
The wait is nearly over! The next Night Huntress book At Grave's End is due out next week! Author Jeaniene Frost was nice enough to take some time to answer some of my questions and also offer a nice prize! So find out more about Cat & Bones and then enter the contest for the chance of a nice Christmas present :)


Amber -  Jeaniene!  Thank you so much for taking the time to visit Amberkatze's Book Blog!  It is an honour to have you here!   I am sure the majority of my readers have read your books already.   However for those who haven't had the pleasure, could start things off things by telling us a bit about your Night Huntress series?

Jeaniene – Hi Amber, thanks so much for inviting me. The Night Huntress series features half-vampire Cat Crawfield, who was raised to hate and hunt all vampires. Then her prejudices are challenged after Master vampire Bones forces her to work with him. The first book in the series is HALFWAY TO THE GRAVE and the second book is ONE FOOT IN THE GRAVE.

Amber - So far there are 2 books in the Night Huntress series but the third book At Grave's End is due out very soon.  Can you tell us a little about the new book?  What will Cat and Bones get up to this time (although I think they have done everything now ;))

Jeaniene – In At Grave’s End, Cat has to deal with a LOT of issues. Her cover at work has been blown, an ancient Master vampire with ties to Bones seems determined to kill her – and that’s just the beginning of Cat’s problems. At Grave’s End really delves more into the vampire world than the two previous books. There are a lot of changes and revelations in store.

Amber -  How was the Night Huntress series born?  Was it a long process?

Jeaniene – The idea first came from a dream. In my dream, I saw a man and a woman arguing, and I knew she was a half-vampire, he was a full vampire, and they were arguing because he was mad that she’d left him. Coming up with who those people were, why she’d left him – when I knew she hadn’t wanted to – and why a half-vampire and a full vampire existed anyway, became my first book. From initial dream to typing The End, it took me four months. Getting the book into shape where an editor eventually acquired it? That took almost two years.

Amber -  Did you have to do a lot of research to write the series so far? 

Jeaniene – A fair amount. It’s funny, I seem to do a lot of research for what later amounts to only two or three sentences in a book. For example, my series is set in contemporary times, but my hero is a centuries-old vampire. So in my opinion, I couldn’t just plop him in the story with no background information on the things that would have molded him. I did a lot of research on 18th century London life and the conditions Bones would have grown up in. Then I did research on crimes that were punishable by deportation in 1788 and what Bones would have experienced on the ship over to the South Wales penal colonies. Then on what life would have been like as a prisoner once he got there, etc. So multiple hours of research, for all of about a paragraph of description in the first book when Bones tells Cat how he turned into a vampire.

Amber -  I know book Night Huntress #4 called An Early Grave is due for release in July 2009.  But how many more Night Huntress books can we expect?  Do you see an end or do you want to keep Cat going for as long as possible?

Jeaniene – Right now there are seven Cat and Bones books contracted in the series. I do see an end for the series, and it might happen with book seven. Or it might take another book or two to wrap up their storyline. I don’t see it going past eight or nine books, though.

I’m also contracted to write two “side character” books from the series. The first one will feature Spade as the main character, the second will feature Mencheres as the main character. I’m very excited about this and I’d like the opportunity to give more secondary characters their own books. If that happens, then even when Cat and Bones’s storyline comes to an end, readers will still get to glimpse them on the sidelines, when stories centering around another character in the Night Huntress world gets told.

Amber - Who is your favourite character in the series?  Are any of your characters based on people you know?  On yourself?

Jeaniene – For favorite characters, it’s a tie between Cat and Bones. I really love both of them, but for different reasons. In a lot of ways, Cat is more noble than Bones, but she’s also so damned stubborn that I want to smack her at times. Bones is such a multi-layered character that he constantly surprises me, but then again, his perspective also scares me at times. If he were real, I’d want to meet him, but I’d also be afraid to meet him, lol.

Are any of my characters based people I know? No. Writing is an escapist pleasure for me, so writing about people I don’t know is half the fun.

Are any characters based on me? Hell no. When my characters consider curling up with a good book as a fun way to spend the evening, instead of hunting the undead or kicking ass, then you’ll know I started basing some characters on me ;-).

Amber -  If your Night Huntress books were going to be made into a TV series or Movie who would you pick to play the main characters?

Jeaniene – Ha, I had fun with this same question on my own blog. To save time, you can go here to see who I’d cast for my characters, if I had to pick from today’s Hollywood actors/actresses:

Amber -  You took part in the anthology ' Weddings from Hell'.  Are you working on any other projects you would like to tell us about?

Jeaniene – I have a busy release year for 2009, with AN EARLY GRAVE, book four in the series, coming out July 28th, 2009. Then I also have three short stories in anthologies coming out in 2009: Mammoth Book of Paranormal Romance April 13th, Four Dukes and a Devil June 30th, and Unbound, August 25th.

Right now I’m writing Spade’s book, which will probably release in 2010. As per my usual tendency, while writing his book, I’m developing an unhealthy obsession with my characters :).

Amber -  Did you always want to be a writer?  Have you had any interesting jobs? 

Jeaniene  - I knew I wanted to write a book ever since I was twelve. It just took me until I turned thirty to actually do it (never say I can’t procrastinate with the best of them!). Interesting jobs? So far being an author has been my most interesting job. Before that, I was a data processing manager, a medical bookkeeper, and a hospital employee in pre-admitting.

Amber -  How do you relax?  Do you enjoy any particular music/bands/TV/Games?  Do any of your tastes influence your writing?

Jeaniene – I read, watch TV, and listen to music to relax. I don’t have many favorite bands, but I tend to like light alternative/light rock as far as music. As far as my tastes influencing my writing…hm. Maybe I wouldn’t be the best person to answer that. I’m probably blind to it, if it does.

Amber -  What books do you like to read?  Any favourite authors or series that you have to have?

Jeaniene – Oh, I love so many authors and series that I’d need several pages to list them all. I do have favorite authors listed on my website here ( ), and as for series, if it’s urban fantasy or paranormal romance, there’s a good chance that I’m hooked on it.

Amber -  What have been some of your author ups and downs so far?

Jeaniene - I’ll start with the ups: Having readers email me and tell me what they loved about my books is so neat I can’t even begin to describe it. Then my books hitting the USA Today and the New York Times lists were huge ups (I still pinch myself over those!) I’ve also become friends with several people through being an author, and that has been really special. Some of those friends have saved my sanity on occasions.

The downs: It’s always a bummer to hear a reader was disappointed. I wish every reader was happy with the time they invested in my story/characters (no author strives to disappoint). But of course, it’s impossible for any book to be universally loved by all who read it.

Amber -  You are stranded on a desert island.  What 5 items do you hope to have with you?

Jeaniene - *grin* A satellite phone with GPS locator, crate of bottled water, box of Power bars, a tent, and a crate of weapons. You know. The usual.

Amber -  Thank you so much for your time Jeaniene!  I hope you will visit again!

Jeaniene - Thank you, Amber! This was fun.


Contest Time!

Jeaniene has nicely said she will send a copy of her new book At Grave's End to one lucky winner!

So to enter the contest all you have to do is tell me what do you want Santa to bring you this year for Christmas? If you don't tell me then you don't get entered ;)

To earn yourself another entry you can post about this interview somewhere on the net. Make sure to post the link otherwise I can't confirm your entry!

The contest will stay open until Sundy the 28th of December 4pm CET and al entrants should check back to see if they have won. I will not hunt down winners and I will
posted by Unknown at Sunday, December 21, 2008 |


At 21 December 2008 at 08:56, Blogger slayra

Nice interview! I love this series!

Of course I want Santa to give me books... lots of books, lol. ^__^


At 21 December 2008 at 08:57, Blogger Ruth Schaller

Oh, what do I want for Christmas? Well, for one I would LOVE this book!

But I'd also love to have a GPS! Those are so cool! Hopefully Santie Claus will bring me one or the other! LOL

Take care Jeaniene and both you and Amber have a wonderful holiday season! :D


At 21 December 2008 at 09:00, Blogger Pamk

Nice Interview and I absolutely love your books. I would love to have a Nikon D60 or D80. Not going to get it but would love it. Books and scrapbooking suppies would be good things and money is always good.


At 21 December 2008 at 09:03, Blogger cheesygiraffe

What a great interview. I wished I could be a writer but my grammar, sentence structures and brain are all scattered. I've always wondered if authors got ideas from dreams because I usually remember mine and they are some wild ones. ;)
Only thing I want Santa to bring me for Christmas is my family down safely because of the bad weather this time of year. You worry about wrecks. Oh and I wouldn't mind a copy of At Grave's End. heehee


At 21 December 2008 at 09:08, Blogger Ruth Schaller

Hey Amber,

I've also posted about the interview and giveaway at my blog. Here is the link:


At 21 December 2008 at 09:09, Anonymous Anonymous

What I want for Christmas doesn't come out until the 30th! Nine more days until At Grave's End comes out and we get more Cat and Bones. Yum!


At 21 December 2008 at 09:10, Blogger thebluerose

Truthfully, I would just be happy to get any kinds of presents, especially when we are in a recession. What I wanted this year is a digital camera, but the good kinds are expensive. I found out a few days ago that my parents fixed the old one that was broken. As long as they don't give me that one, I don't really care what they give me this year, as long as they don't spend a lot on me. I was the lucky one that got more presents from my friends than my siblings, so I would rather give than have Santa Clause bring me a present. Even if Santa Clause brings me a present, I would give it away to someone who needs it more than I do.

I hope I win this contest so I can give the book away to my sister. She's crazy about vampire books. The library doesn't have that many vampire books and my mom wants to save up money to buy other stuff than books. =(

Enjoy the holidays everyone! =)


At 21 December 2008 at 09:12, Blogger Jackie Uhrmacher

We have a safe home, my son has more clothes than he knows what to do with, and my cats are fat so I want Santa to do something for me: magically purchase a ticket for the RT convention in April. : ) Beyond that, books are always a huge request from me. I have pretty much anything else I need. You know, beyond a million dollars that is.


At 21 December 2008 at 09:22, Blogger Lisa

I would really like the gift of more time. More time to read, write and just live. :D

Happy Holidays!

Lisa Trevethan


At 21 December 2008 at 09:34, Blogger Lee Anne

What I would like for christmas is for it to stop snowing but that isnt going to happen so I would also like At Graves End, I love vampire books and this series is awesome


At 21 December 2008 at 09:35, Blogger Janicu

I wanted one thing for Christmas this year - hiking pants. Yeah, not exciting, but I really wanted them! My husband is jewish so he gave them to me for Hannukah. Happy Hannukah! :)


At 21 December 2008 at 10:29, Anonymous Anonymous

All I want for Christmas is more books to read!! Since I found this blog I cannot stop reading! I read at least one book a day now! Thanks for inspiring me to read again!


At 21 December 2008 at 10:42, Blogger Vickie

Amber and Jeaniene: Fab interview. I read the first book in the series, have the second one on my nightstand as next up read and really hoping to win the third one....

What I want for Christmas....I am hoping that the side trip to B&N my DH took (while I went into DSW for shoe shopping) involved a giftcard....oh please oh please oh please. And I want my own stovetop popcorn popper. A good book and some popcorn (and a Diet Pepsi and some Hot Tamales) are a perfect combo.


At 21 December 2008 at 10:57, Blogger donnas

Great interview. I loved the first two books and cant wait for this one.

For Christmas I want a pair of boots and of course books or a bookstore gift card.


At 21 December 2008 at 11:35, Blogger Katie

Thanks for the great interview!

For Christmas, I would love free books for a year. I could feed my habit without breaking the bank.

Thanks again!


At 21 December 2008 at 11:50, Blogger tetewa

I really want a new bookshelf to put all my reads on!


At 21 December 2008 at 13:04, Blogger Vickie

Here's my link on my blog for your interview, so I can get extra credit:


At 21 December 2008 at 13:48, Blogger Michelle M.

I want a new digital camera (mine broke) from Santa and a bookshelf for my signed first editions.


At 21 December 2008 at 13:54, Blogger drey

Great interview! I'd love a Kindle from Santa. Or the new Sony eReader. =)

My blog post for this giveaway is here.


At 21 December 2008 at 14:25, Blogger CrystalGB

Great interview. I would like a new bracelet. I broke my favorite one.


At 21 December 2008 at 14:49, Anonymous Anonymous

a trip to a salon and get a nice hair cut and color


At 21 December 2008 at 14:49, Anonymous Anonymous

a trip to a salon and get a nice hair cut and color


At 21 December 2008 at 15:20, Blogger Brooke Reviews

I'd like for Santa to pay for my school books for me lol. I guess nothing is more important to me than my education right now.


At 21 December 2008 at 16:40, Blogger Tez Miller

I'd like cash, so I can buy things throughout the year...including books as they're released ;-)

Also, comfort food. Crisps, cookies, cake, etc. And cookies-n-cream ice cream :-)

Have a lovely day! :-)


At 21 December 2008 at 17:15, Blogger Carmen R

I have asked Santa for books and gift cards to book stores this year. Reading is my entertainment and vacations all in one.


At 21 December 2008 at 17:21, Anonymous Anonymous

Santa bought it today! We are getting a 52" flat screen LCD tv :)
AND I AM SO EXCITED!! I can't wait to play Wii on it!
Natasha A.


At 21 December 2008 at 20:14, Blogger Carolyn Sharkas

For Christmas, I have asked Santa to bring me a vacation. I really don't see that happening, so several really great books can do the trick. And I don't have piles of laundry to do when I finish a book.

thanks for sharing

ceashark at aol dot com


At 21 December 2008 at 20:14, Blogger windycindy

I really enjoyed her interview. I enjoy learning more about the person behind the book. There isn't very much I want for Christmas. Tresor perfume and J.Jill clothing are my favorites. Please enter me in your delightful drawing. Many thanks, Cindi


At 21 December 2008 at 20:19, Anonymous Anonymous

So glad to hear Spade is getting a book. Fun character!

I want Santa to bring me a new laptop and/or desktop as both of mine are giving up the ghost simultaneously. Ugh!

I tweeted this at: for extra entry. :)

readings AT tarotbyarwen DOT com


At 21 December 2008 at 20:27, Anonymous Anonymous

Great interview!

I want Santa to bring me lots of books, fabric and art supplies!


At 21 December 2008 at 22:25, Blogger Amy

I also enjoyed the interview!

I'd like to find books or gift cards under our Charlie Brown tree (it really is a branch, LOL! We waited too long and all my kids found tonight were 5 trees, each 9-10 feet tall that were way over our budget, so they brought in a big branch from one of the huge trees in our yard). Other than that, what I'd really like is the gift of time for friends and family to help me sort, purge and organize my house in preparation to selling it.


At 21 December 2008 at 22:33, Blogger Lori T

I loved the interview!!

I would love Santa to bring me books or gift certificates to buy books. I also really like movies and DVD TV series.


At 21 December 2008 at 22:57, Blogger Caffey

Count me in! I'm so excited about the new book and visiting with Bones again!! This is one Urban Fantasy that I was hooked within the first few pages!

Gosh, beside GC for books, LOL. (I know, many of us are saying that but we are bookacholics!), but too I'd love one of those wrap blankets where they almost like a robe but also a blanket. Would so much help with being my house being a couple of blocks from the River so we get so much cold air and hate when the door is opened here! They look so warm and comfy!


At 21 December 2008 at 23:47, Anonymous Anonymous

I wish for a lot of books both for me and the kids. And yarn ;) - I love to kit as well as reading.


At 21 December 2008 at 23:50, Anonymous Anonymous

Books! I love reading and had tons of books on my x-mas list. Or I want a gift certificate so I can go buy them. And on the top of my list is, AT GRAVES END! I seriously can't wait to read this. More Cat and Bones!!!


At 22 December 2008 at 02:59, Anonymous Anonymous

I want Stephen King's newest book, Just Past Sunset and the graphic novel, Locke and Key, written by his son, Joe Hill.Like father, like son. Writing talent runs in that family.


At 22 December 2008 at 04:02, Blogger Asylumgirl

I want Santa to bring me an ereader and a laptop. I'm afraid my Santa can't afford them though.



At 22 December 2008 at 04:25, Blogger macbeaner

All I want for Christmas is peace on...okay, so I'm lying. I have a ton of books on my Christmas list, I hope for a couple of them. I'd say a Kindle, but I know that isn't going to happen, so maybe that will be next year's request from Jolly Old St Nick.

Merry Christmas to you!


At 22 December 2008 at 05:43, Blogger Unknown

I would love Santa to bring me a TON of books! HAHA I have a HUGE wishlist on Amazon! Its like 2 pages long of just books haha! I'd also love for my baby to grow an remain healthy! I posted a thread on Kelley Armstrong's website!;f=16;t=25088;r=1 This is the link!


At 22 December 2008 at 06:09, Blogger Unknown

Thanks for the wonderful interview.
I would love for santa to bring me a mini dell laptop for xmas.
Happy Holidays


At 22 December 2008 at 06:21, Blogger StyleVamp

Great interview.... :)

I would love santa to bring me..hmmmm the new mac book (Im a mac head)


At 22 December 2008 at 06:46, Blogger Kathy

Well, kind of a boring Christmas this year. I broke my camera so I would like a new one and then gift cards to bookstores or clothing stores. Secretly, I'd like to get George Strait, but we won't tell my husband that!

I listed the contest on my blog



At 22 December 2008 at 07:31, Anonymous Anonymous

I want books for Christmas, of course, and an MP3 player.

I would love to win this contest. Thanks for entering me.


At 22 December 2008 at 07:40, Anonymous Anonymous

Hmm... what DO I want for Christmas? Since my gf dumped me this year, I think I'd want a nice book to occupy me with the shift of 2008 to 2009. A book like At Grave's End by Jeaniene Frost. I love her books and can't stop rereading those. It's one of my favorite series at the moment.
If I didn't have my Cat to keep me warm through the last hours of the crappy year of 2008, I don't know what I would do...


At 22 December 2008 at 07:43, Anonymous Anonymous

Jan van Es


At 22 December 2008 at 07:50, Blogger Angela @ Reading Angels

All I want for Christmas is BONES or Tate (or Bones and Tate, I'm not that picky..lmao).


At 22 December 2008 at 08:01, Blogger Unknown

Let me add another vote for book. I'm actually looking for good genealogy/preservation books.


At 22 December 2008 at 08:08, Blogger Tyava

Hmmm ... for Christmas I want and NEED a new bookcase! :)


At 22 December 2008 at 08:26, Blogger KT Grant

Great interview!
I hope I don't freeze this holiday. It ws 14 degrees today :(


At 22 December 2008 at 09:24, Blogger Jami

well since i got the cannon rebel xsi i want edward cullen for christmas :)


At 22 December 2008 at 09:34, Anonymous Anonymous

I want Santa to bring me back my Beetle. It's been in the shop since May...


At 22 December 2008 at 11:17, Anonymous Anonymous

I'm posting about this on my website ( and my blog ( Crossing fingers and toes!


At 22 December 2008 at 11:18, Anonymous Anonymous

Oh, and for Christmas I want Santa to bring me: new books, a new bookshelf (to hold them all), chocolate, pickled peppers, and plantings (because one can never have too many house plants).


At 22 December 2008 at 11:19, Anonymous Anonymous

Whoops, "plantings" should have been "plantlings." Must be more careful with my posts, since they can't be edited...


At 22 December 2008 at 11:57, Blogger K Giardina

Hmmm...Bulgari perfume and more books!
We also just got confirmation that Christmas Day here will be sunny and 75...sigh...Maybe a cool front, too? *smile*

Thanks for the contest!


At 22 December 2008 at 11:59, Anonymous Anonymous

Well I want Santa to bring me lots of different things. But the main thing would of course be giftcards to get lots and lots of books. I also really want an Amazon Kindle.

- Kaitlyn Vega


At 22 December 2008 at 12:38, Blogger Wendy

I want Santa to bring me a Sony Mylo! I want one soooo bad, argh!


At 22 December 2008 at 12:40, Blogger Wendy

Er, anyway, love your interview, Jeaniene! I can't wait to read At Grave's End.


At 22 December 2008 at 13:04, Blogger samantha.1020

Hmm...I would like a Harry Potter book for Christmas. I have 3 of them but am trying to get the entire series :0) Great interview!


At 22 December 2008 at 13:35, Blogger Unknown

Well, i'd like a couple things for Christmas, but ideally...I'd like an agent! Or a good book would do.


At 22 December 2008 at 14:14, Anonymous Anonymous

Thanks so much for the interview, Amber! And thanks so much, everyone who's stopped by. I see lots of people want book store gift certificates. That's my favorite gift, too! :D


At 22 December 2008 at 14:37, Blogger Pam P

Another great interview, Jeaniene, I so can't wait to read this along with everyone else. I need a TV and asked Santa for one, but I'll be happy with books and GCs for Dunkin' Donuts. Happy Holidays!


At 22 December 2008 at 14:42, Blogger Ashley N

Awesome interview. :) The only things I've been emphatically wanting for Christmas are gift cards to book stores! Gotta help the publishing industry as much as I can... plus my whole addiction to books thing... :)


At 22 December 2008 at 15:16, Anonymous Anonymous

It feels like I have been waiting forever for At Graves End to come out! lol.
I seriously read a lot! I read about 5 (sometimes 6 if the books keep my interest) each joke! My fiance is the one that makes the money and he gets really really mad because imagine how much money Barnes & Noble makes off of me each month!
So, because of this, I want Santa to bring me some books or just a gift card for books. And of course, like everyone else, I want a copy of At Graves I entered every contest that I could find to win an ARC of it but didnt win any of them :(


At 22 December 2008 at 15:28, Blogger Cari Quinn

Great interview! :)

What I want Santa to bring me for Christmas...a couple things, really, but right now, top of my list is At Grave's End! And since it doesn't even release until the 30th, Jeaniene is solely responsible for hooking up Santa for me. LOL


At 22 December 2008 at 15:36, Anonymous Anonymous

Books! I can never have too many books, even though my UF TBR list is phenomenally high.


At 22 December 2008 at 16:24, Blogger Nancy

Amber, another great interview! I loved learning more about you, Jeaniene!

I don't need a thing now, but would love for Santa to put some nice outdoor furniture on hold for the spring. Which comes early in Florida. :)

Otherwise, I want peace for all my family and friends!

Nancy Haddock
Last Vampire Standing, May 2009


At 22 December 2008 at 16:39, Anonymous Anonymous

For Christmas I would LOVE a year subscription to Fangoria magazine. Horror movie are my LIFE.

I have also blogged about this contest here:



At 22 December 2008 at 17:22, Blogger Barbara E.

Number one wish is always books, lots of books, including At Grave's End. I'd also like a new camera, and I think my son has that one covered - yippee.


At 22 December 2008 at 17:40, Anonymous Anonymous

To be honest, i wish Santa would bring me money :) or gift cards. Just because i'm a weird person and i enjoy going into the store and look around until i find something i want to buy. There's just something exciting about going to the book store the day my favorite book is released or when i see something i want somewhere and i don't have to pay for it :D


At 22 December 2008 at 18:14, Blogger Janice

Hi...Wonderful to this writer but now can't get enough. I would like Santa to give me BOOKS!!! To be specific...the new boxed set of "Sookie Stackhouse" books. Oh and I can't forget gift certificated for Chapters or any other book store. Merry Christmas and God Bless! Janice


At 22 December 2008 at 18:52, Anonymous Anonymous

I would have to say that my number one wish would be to receive more books for Christmas, whether it be from my favorite authors or new ones. Either that, or can I have Bones for Christmas???


At 22 December 2008 at 19:25, Blogger Jo Anne

What I would love for Christmas is all the books that I want under the tree Christmas morning. I know that is not going to happen so I will settle for a new watch from Santa and all the books I did order from Amazon. LOL


At 22 December 2008 at 19:53, Anonymous Anonymous

Another great interview!

I would like Santa to bring me some new books for Christmas.

Terri W.


At 22 December 2008 at 20:34, Anonymous Anonymous

i want Santa to forget the coal I prob deserve and I want this book and even better, find a way to put Bones in my stocking... just for a night


At 22 December 2008 at 21:04, Blogger Jessa Slade

Great interview. I just -- as in this morning -- finished One Foot in the Grave and it was wonderful! I will posthaste (as soon as I dig my car out of the snow) run to Powells Books to get book 1 to tide me over until At Grave's End.

For Christmas I'd like to know that the economy has bottomed out already and will start making a comeback.


At 22 December 2008 at 21:19, Anonymous Anonymous

Awww.. nice interview! As for Christmas, that I would like from Santa is HD TV or a bunches bunches of books, of course! Along with the matching blue ring/necklace I've been eyeing at Kay's! :D Merry Christmas! :)


At 22 December 2008 at 22:23, Blogger Habibi (Salamet)

I want santa to bring me BOOKS for Christmas! ::grins::

excellent interview!!!

here's a link to my post linking here....


At 22 December 2008 at 22:23, Blogger Habibi (Salamet)

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At 23 December 2008 at 03:40, Blogger Ellory

I would love an e-Reader. I've seen such wonderful comments from people who use them. Not something I NEED but would like.

Can't wait for Cat and Bone's book.


At 23 December 2008 at 09:46, Blogger Julie Trevelyan

Oh yes, an e-reader of some sort would be nice... sigh.


At 23 December 2008 at 09:58, Blogger Unknown

What does a book addict wish... let me think.... ahh, books of course! Yes, I´d like to have all the books on my to-buy list (and this list is veeeerryyy long, believe


At 23 December 2008 at 11:15, Anonymous Anonymous

Dear Santa, I would love to get "At Graves End" for Christmas!!! I love Bones and Cat!!!


At 23 December 2008 at 15:23, Blogger EternallyMaroon

I would like a Bop It! for Christmas along with At Grave's End =D


At 23 December 2008 at 19:58, Blogger Book Sp(l)ot

I really want books for Christmas (and Jeaniene's too!) but to pick one: Cracked Up to Be by Courtney Summers is one out today that I really want :)


At 23 December 2008 at 20:52, Anonymous Anonymous

I just want Santa to bring me books! Lots and lots of books. ;)



At 24 December 2008 at 07:30, Anonymous Anonymous

I'm having a pretty joyous season with great health for the family and minimal drama. So my great Santa fantasy would have to be...effective cold medicine and a surprise book deal. :-D


At 24 December 2008 at 20:16, Blogger Leslie

Great interview! What I would love for Christmas is an external hard drive. Boring but very useful.


At 25 December 2008 at 02:44, Blogger LadyVampire2u

Such a wonderful interview!! And a great prize too. I am dying to read this latest book.
This Christmas I'd really like to get an ebook reader if possible. While I don't mind reading ebooks on my PC it would be very nice to have the ability to move around when I need or want to.
Thanks for entering me and Merry Christmas!


At 25 December 2008 at 03:59, Anonymous Anonymous

Another great and interesting interview!

For Christmas I would like a new printer, ours stopped working a bit ago (first no black text, then nothing at al) and it's difficult to survive without.
And a nice book to read would be a wonderful extra (hint-hint-hint ...)
And of course lots of more interviews and interesting texts to read here!


At 27 December 2008 at 12:22, Blogger Jo Anne

Hi Jeaniene: No fair posting, you can't win. LOL Unless of course you are going to donate the book-to me then of course its ok LOL. Its cool that there will be two more books about different characters. Do you ever find that a character wants to take over? That you have to write a bigger part or a whol book for that character?


At 27 December 2008 at 16:43, Anonymous Anonymous

hi cool interveiw by the way.

for christmas i got the one thing i really wanted. my family & RED (yes red) laptop.

I'd love a copie of this book but i live in Wales (U.K) so im not really likely to get it.

However hears hoping. (finger crossing)

Hugs and Loves


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