Published: October 14, 2014
Published by: Ink Monster LLC
Five years have passed since Myla Lewis last fought gladiator-style in Purgatory's Arena. Now, she’s fighting again, only this time in Hell. And the stakes have never been higher. The King of Hell, Armageddon, has kidnapped Myla and Lincoln’s young son, Maxon.
In the wake of Maxon’s abduction, all the after-realms calling for war, and no one shouts louder than Lincoln. Myla knows that a war against Hell will cost millions of lives, so she devises her own plan, involving a small attack team and a secret entrance to Hell. Will Myla save Maxon, or will her child and all the after-realms fall to Armageddon?
Day 3 of our Author Q&A. Have fun and enjoy!
Where did you get the idea for your most recent book?
Ink Monster just released Maxon on May 12th, and it’s book 4 in the Angelbound series. Maxon turned out to be a demon-fighter and general badass, but he didn’t start off that way. I read Tangled by Emma Chase and I really liked the guy’s voice in that book. So, originally, I wrote Maxon as a snarky and somewhat immature playboy. But that wasn’t working. Fifteen revisions later, Maxon turned into the tough-guy that he is now. I love-slash-hate it when my characters do their own thing.
Maxon’s journey isn’t unusual, by the way. In general, I write five full chapters for every one that I keep. As a result, sometimes my business-self wants to take my writer-self out back and kick its ass. Wasn’t version four good enough? Please, girl!
...Other books in the Series…
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About the Author:
Christina graduated from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School with BA’s in English along with Television, Radio, and Film Production. An avowed girl geek, Christina loves creating immersive fantasy worlds with action, adventure, romance, and kick-ass female protagonists. As part of her work in Ink Monster, Christina has co-developed the ‘Heroine’s Journey,’ a blueprint for telling female myths inspired by the work of Joseph Campbell. She lives in Newton, MA with her husband, son, and golden retriever Ruby.