1. What made you choose the god you did?
I loved that Tutu protected the crypts from demons. It sounded like a spin on what we think of a demon hunter.
2. What do you know about that god?
He’s got the body of a lion and a human head. He was worshiped by regular people not just kings, and he protected the crypt from demons.
3. Which other god (if any) did you consider and why?
Set, because he’s a god of chaos and I thought that could be fun to write.
4. What did you find challenging about writing a god, whether a reincarnated god (contemporary) or a real one? (paranormal)
In my book Tutu the god is reincarnated, BUT the body he occupies is not only his. So it as a bit challenging to make it work. He’s not always Tutu.
5. Since this series goes to the dark side of MM, what attracts you about this genre?
I don’t mind dark, but I really like dark paranormal. It puts a different spin on the whole unknown.
6. What made you want to get involved in this series?
The other authors involved, and the idea of an Egyptian god being somehow interwoven into the story.
7. How did you decide if it will be a HEA or not?
I always write an HEA.
8. Are you done with the story? Or will it have a continuation?
It’s done, but it could easily be more. Really at the end their life is only beginning.
9. Would you like to write about any other gods? If so, who, and why?
Yes, there are just so many possibilities.
10. What’s a secret that you can share about your story?
Tutu is in the body of a human who is aware the spirit of a god is sharing his body.