Please help me welcome Angela Parson Myers, author of When the Moon is Gibbous and Waxing. Today, she'll be discussing her book and, more specifically, where the idea originated from.Take it away, Angela!
About the Book
Graduate student Natalie Beres can't remember who attacked her that autumn night under the full moon. She can't remember anything between leaving her lab in a secluded building at the south end of campus and arriving at her apartment in the wee hours of the morning. Covered in blood. Not her own. Other than the loss of memory, she's completely unharmed.
She can't say the same for the men who attacked her. The grisly campus murders force Natalie to dig deeper into what happened that night, to force herself to remember. But what she learns about herself is horrifying. When the police officer investigating the murders tries to get close, Natalie is caught between her attraction to him and her fear of discovery. But worse, can she avoid being found by the young man with a similar problem who's on his way from the West coast to find her...leaving a trail of shredded corpses along the way...?
About the Author
Former newspaper staff writer and corporate writer/editor, now writing the kind of fantasy she's loved since she was a child. Angela lives in Central Illinois with her high school sweetheart, where they somewhat successfully masquerade as normal grandparents. Please see her blog here.