Author Interview – Afton Locke

Here is the interview that I did with Afton Locke for the Howl With The Black Wolves Event.

How long have you been published?
Since 2008. My first book was Cicada, a paranormal novel about a lusty ghost.
What role do you play in the Black Hills Wolves?
Alpha in Disguise is about home and what that means to a shifter. Lara Wolfe needs an Alpha to save her Yellowstone wolf pack. Ogden Woods, her sexy mate in the Black Hills, will lose everything if he unleashes his Alpha. Is her love worth the price?

Book Trailer: http://youtu.be/hTD9k5APKhA

As you know the lovely Rebecca Royce is the sole reason why this event is taking place so if you had to describe her to new readers in 3 words what would they be?
amazing paranormal expert

Finding the right targeted audience can be a difficult task so what do you find to be the biggest advantage with online marketing?
Online marketing is handy for targeted audiences and searches, and luckily a lot of it is free. I just wish the rules would stop changing.

What are your thoughts on the upcoming release of Wolf’s Return?
I ordered it on my Kindle and can’t wait until it releases. It was challenging to include characters from this book without having read it, so I’m anxious to read about Drew and the beginning of the Tao pack.

What is one thing that you want fans to know about the Black Hills Wolves?
They’re survivors. Although many have been through tough times, they chose a rough, secluded part of the country in which to live, love, and prosper.

Of all the books that Rebecca Royce has written or cowritten with others which is your favorite and why?
Wolf’s Return will be the first book I’ve read.

Are you currently working on a new project that you would like to share with us?
Deeper Than Perfect is a time-travel novel releasing in August with Musa Publishing. I’m also toying with the idea of self-publishing a paranormal serial.

Are you self published or with a traditional publisher and what do you find to be the pros and cons of each?
Both. Going with a traditional publisher is cheaper and less work, but I like setting my own release dates and retaining my rights with self-publishing. While I’ll probably still continue to do both, whichever pays the best will be the option I’ll choose more often.

What was one of your New Year’s resolutions?
Life threw me a nasty curve ball at the end of 2014, so my only resolution is to get my life back on track. Last year, I resolved to put out more books, which I accomplished.

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