Enter into the violent world of the Cartel, Camorra, Belial's MC and Prydain where death and romance go hand in hand. AJ Adams novels are all self-standing and although some feature the same families, you need not read them all - although it would be awesome if you did!
Liminality is the most
recent book I've published, but Equilibrium, the last book in that trilogy
within the Kingdom of Night Series, will be out on August 30th.
AJ: What did you love
most about this story?
Equilibrium brings the
main storyline for my protagonist and his twin love interests to a resolution,
and it was incredibly rewarding to see those three get the happy ending they've
been working towards for so long.
AJ: What made you
choose your genre?
I've always loved
reading and writing about the paranormal. I'm transgender, so on one level I
think I always related to characters who didn't really fit into the world
around them, and especially to the transformation aspect of shifters. I'm also
a practicing witch, so on another level writing about angels, gods, witches and
the like just comes naturally. I recently finished a contemporary romance
that's in the editing stages and everyone who knows me is shocked that I
managed to write a book without vampires. (Okay, so the main character plays
one on TV, but it still counts!)
AJ: Do you ever get
writer’s block?How do you cope?
I do, but the best
advice I ever got was that the only cure for writer's block is to write.
Sometimes I'll take a short break from the particular story that's giving me
trouble, but I always find a way to write something, even if it's just a scene
in my head that isn't attached to anything in particular. I'm a huge neuropsych
nerd, so I've always felt like giving in to writer's block rewards the brain
for not writing, and that's a habit
most writers can't afford to indulge.
AJ: Tell us about
your book covers.What do you look for?
How do you go about making them?
Being married to a graphic designer has its perks! Sometimes
there will be only one or two elements I'm set on, and then there's the Equilibrium
cover, which I've always envisioned as a very specific scene from the first
book. I love all types of covers, as long as they help set the tone for the