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Cool Authors, Haute Dogs: HEATHER CASHMAN

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Please note that Jasmine has a LOT Of nicknames like:
Jasmine (Ever-changing middle name, i.e. Toto, Flea Bag, The Destroyer, My Sweet, Godesdivine)
 Do you have another book in the works?
Always, and more than one. I am finishing up Deception (The Tigers' Eye Trilogy, Book 2) and also working on an Urban Fantasy Series Titled, Bolt From the Blue (The Shifter Series)
What are you reading right now?
Solstice by P.J. Hoover
How many books a year do you read?
Between 90 and 120. One or two a week at least, while on the treadmill, elliptical, bike, etc. Kindles deal surprisingly well with drool and sweat.
What does your dog like to do while you write or read?
She curls up next to me on the couch so that my mouse arm rests on top of her. Occasionally she will nudge her way onto my lap and hit the space bar. I let her and then go back and do a search and delete for spaces larger than two.
What is your dog’s favorite activity?
Going to the park or walks. She likes to splash through puddles and run through sprinklers. She will scratch my leg until I give her a treat. I think I have a permanent mark on my left ankle. She's a creature of habit, just like me.
My latest release was:
Perception (The Tigers' Eye Trilogy, Book 1)
by Heather Cashman
Your perception will sharpen once you see through a tiger’s eyes.
More than five hundred years after the apocalypse, the survivors of off-grid genetic experimentation have refined their mixed DNA to the point that humans and their animal counterparts share physical and mental links. Varying species have divided into districts, living in a tenuous peace under the President of Calem.
Ardana and her tiger ingenium Rijan leave their life of exile and abuse in the Outskirts, setting out with their twin brothers to redeem themselves and become citizens of the Center. But shedding their past isn’t as easy as they had hoped. When the system that shunned them becomes embroiled in political conflict and treachery, their unique abilities and experiences from the Outskirts make them invaluable to every faction. The runaways become pawns to friends as well as enemies, and with every step it becomes more difficult to tell which is which.

1 comment:

  1. Mary,
    Thanks for hosting us. Jasmine likes being on the internet. She studied her picture with great interest.

    This is what she says:
    jnh20oi2 jmk45

    That means, "You're the best, Mary!"


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