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Author Interview & Giveaway: Myra McEntire

Please join me in welcoming author Myra McEntire here today to Dark Faerie Tales.  The first book in her new Hourglass series, Hourglass, was recently released on June 14, 2011.

One lucky commenter will have a chance to win a copy of Hourglass .  Details are listed at the end of the post.

Author Bio:

Myra McEntire knows the words to every R and B hit of the last decade, but since she lives in the country music capital of America where her lyrical talents go sadly unappreciated, she chose to channel her mad word skills into creating sultry Southern timeslip novels.

But if you catch her at a signing, she can probably be convinced to rap with you anyway.

You can visit Myra around the web here: Website | Twitter | Facebook

Welcome Myra!

DFT: Could you start things off by telling us a little about Hourglass?

Myra: For seventeen-year-old Emerson Cole, life is about seeing what isn’t there: swooning Southern Belles; soldiers long forgotten; a haunting jazz trio that vanishes in an instant. Plagued by phantoms since her parents’ death, she just wants the apparitions to stop so she can be normal. She’s tried everything, but the visions keep coming back.So when her well-meaning brother brings in a consultant from a secretive organization called the Hourglass, Emerson’s willing to try one last cure. But meeting Michael Weaver may not only change her future, it may change her past.

Who is this dark, mysterious, sympathetic guy, barely older than Emerson herself, who seems to believe every crazy word she says? Why does an electric charge seem to run through the room whenever he’s around? And why is he so insistent that he needs her help to prevent a death that never should have happened?

DFT: Can you tell us a little about the main characters in Hourglass?

Myra: Emerson is a short, sassy, and broken girl who’s trying to make a comeback and figure out how to make life work for her. Michael is a guy who can help, but he has some secrets and maybe a hero complex. :D But he’s cute, so she’s patient.

DFT: What initially sparked the idea for your world?

Myra: I knew I wanted something set in the South that didn’t look like anything else I’d ever seen as far as abilities/creatures.

DFT: Tell us something about your research process and the choices you make when creating the story.

Myra: I researched like a freak. I’m not super sciencey, but when I knew that’s the way things were going I read everything I could get my hands on. Luckily that summer was when Morgan Freeman was doing the “Through the Wormhole” series on tv. I also contacted a friend who was a theoretical physicist and ran things by him. It was important to get it right.

DFT: Is time travel consistent with the laws of logic?

Myra: I wrote a novel, not a textbook! I guess it depends on your definition of logic?

DFT: How would you explain the time travel paradoxes?

Myra: I could start to explain, go in a circle, and continue on it for infinity. And that’s what makes it fun and crazy for me as the author. Things can ALWAYS change. Coincidence is never coincidental in the time travel genre.

DFT: Time travel is an extremely interesting subject, but is it really conceptually possible?

Myra: I’d ask Stephen Hawking/Google. If you’re talking fiction, anything is possible.

DFT: How do you keep all the details of your world organized?

Myra: Lots and lots of notebooks, website bookmarks, and printed info in binders. Also, highlighter pens.

DFT: Who is your favorite character in this book, and why?

Myra: Em. It’s her journey, and I enjoyed taking it.

DFT: Do you have a favorite scene or line from Hourglass?

Myra: “Buttered biscuits and honey.”

DFT: What other projects are you working on that you would like to tell us about?

Myra: I just finished the sequel, and I’m brainstorming something Top Secret right now. Lots of scribbling in my spiral notebook.

DFT: What books/genres do you read when you have the chance? Any must read authors or series?

Myra: I read everything I can get my hands on – and lately I’m digging historicals. Just finished THE REVENANT by Sonia Gensler. Gorgeous book.

DFT: Thanks for stopping by.

GIVEAWAY GUIDELINES:

One lucky commenter will have a chance to win a copy of Hourglass.

To enter, leave a comment below answering the following question:

If you had the ability to time travel where/when would you go and why?

1. +1 entry for answering the question (required).

2. +3 entries for becoming a follower of this blog and Dark Faerie Tales on Twitter and Facebook.

3. +3 entries for tweeting about this contest, blogging about it, linking via your sidebar etc…(please tell me where!).

4. Giveaway is open to U.S. and Canada residents only.

5. Please include your email address in your comment.

6. Giveaway ends Thursday, July 7th at 11:59 PM EST.

7. The winner will be picked with the help of Random.org.


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43 Responses to “Author Interview & Giveaway: Myra McEntire

  1. maidenveilNo Gravatar
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    +1 If I have the ability to time travel, I would go to Renaissance period because I have always been fascinated by that time where arts and artist flourished. I would travel to Italy or Rome where it was said to be centered.

    +3 – following this blog via GFC, twitter (@maidenveil), Facebook (Maiden Veil)

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  2. Dani NguyenNo Gravatar
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    I think I would go to Victorian London. I’ve always been really interested in that era. Thanks for the giveaway! I can’t wait to read this.

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    +1 GFC follower (dani_nguyen)
    +3 tweet http://twitter.com/#!/Dani_Nguyen/status/83884886049554432

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  3. debbieNo Gravatar
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    I would go back to 1918 to study the pandemic. (yes, I am a science geek).
    moc.oohaynull@21dnikafoowt

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  4. Amy @ bookgoonieNo Gravatar
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    I would love Renaissance Italy. Can you imagine living in a a time where pure genius and beauty is all around. But not so bueno time for women. Probably the Wild West. It was a time of great hope for a better life through hard work. Pioneer women were equals with their husbands. The family unit was strong.

    I am twitter follower & will RT @bookgoonie

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  5. Melanie StangNo Gravatar
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    I’d like to meet Vincent van Gogh and other expressionist. It’d be great to see the magic happen!

    I follow on Twitter and will on facebook right after this!!
    moc.liamgnull@21seohsynihs

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  6. Shalena @ Writer QuirkNo Gravatar
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    +1. I would want to visit France during the era of the Three Muskateers. Seems like fun and the whole galant scoundrel thing would be amusing.

    +3. Tweet

    I am a twitter and blog follower (@writerquirk / Shalena @ Writer Quirk)

    Shalena @ Writer Quirk
    moc.evilnull@kriuqretirw

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  7. Shalena @ Writer QuirkNo Gravatar
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    My tweet link didn’t make it the first time. ^_^
    https://twitter.com/writerquirk/status/83893960359149569

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  8. kaye (paper reader)No Gravatar
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    I was just thinking about this last night. I studied archaeology (Egypt) so I would of course like to see the New Kingdom during the 19th Dynasty. I would also like to go back to the Jurassic period and see how humans were developing and just what the world was like.

    I’m a follower both via blogger and twitter. papereader(at)gmail(dot)com

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  9. SoniaNo Gravatar
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    Yeah, I’m not too crazy about going into the past. While there are definitely some aspects I’d love to explore, the whole lack of rights I would have as a woman is sort of a downer. I’d much rather go to the future! I would love to see any or all of the social and technological advancements humans made.

    I’m a blog follower (The Story Queen) and a Twitter follower (@thestoryqueen).

    I also tweeted here: http://twitter.com/#!/thestoryqueen/status/83903701848309760

    Thanks!

    Sonia
    thestoryqueen(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  10. stuckinbooksNo Gravatar
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    Okay I am answering this question in the moment. So if I could time travel today, I would travel to the end of the conference I am attending for work. Why you ask, because I am bored to tears and instead of paying atttention I am reading blogs! ;)

    Really want to read this book though. I’d rather be reading period.

    valerie(at)stuckinbooks.com
    GFC follower stuckinbooks
    Follow on twitter @stuckinbooks

    Catching a theme here?

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  11. Arooj HNo Gravatar
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    If I could, I’d travel 100 years into the future. I’m just really curious as to what our world will be like at that time.
    Oh, and I cannot wait to read Hourglass! It sounds so good.

    email: moc.liamtohnull@4002hguodikooc
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  12. Rain maidenNo Gravatar
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    If I could go back in time, I would like to see Moses walk through the Red Sea. I think that would be a WOW moment. My husband makes fun of me for watching the Science channel, glad I’m not alone. I love when an Author does their homework. Hour Glass is on my wish list.

    Jnmt3 (at) hotmail (dot) com
    Old GCF follower

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  13. StephanieNo Gravatar
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    If I could time travel, I’d go back to when my dad was alive and get to know him as an adult. If that was emotionally to much for me I’d go to the future and see if Ford ever got a handle on those flying cars we’ve been promised.

    This book looks really good, I can’t wait to read it :).

    Blog follower and Facebook follower.

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  14. Heather McCorkleNo Gravatar
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    This just arrived in the mail yesterday so no need to enter me in the contest. I was so excited when I got the package that I did a little happy dance! I’ve been waiting for this one forever and hearing all these fabulous things about it only made it harder!

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  15. vidishaNo Gravatar
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    I would go back to my childhood days… the best days of my life

    gfc follower

    +4

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  16. FloeticFloNo Gravatar
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    I would go to the Renaissance period in Europe. Bursting with creativity, ideas and energy! What an exciting time it must have been!

    Thank you for the giveaway :)

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  17. kristinaNo Gravatar
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    +1 I would love to travel to the 1800s or early 1900s to see how the past lived. I think it would be an interesting experience to see how their lives were.

    gfc follower: kristina shields

    moc.liamgnull@54ecidecips

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  18. NaNo Gravatar
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    +1 I would time-travel to Scotland in the 1600s. There is so much history and mystery, I would love to experience how people lived and the country was like then.

    +1 gfc follower

    Cambonified(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  19. JessyNo Gravatar
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    I would time-travel to England during the Victorian Era. It would be great to see all of that fashion.

    +2-GFC follower and Twitter follower (@emma015)
    (I can’t find a link to Facebook)
    +3-Tweeted: http://twitter.com/Emma015/statuses/83956035240472576

    findjessyhere at gmail dot com

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  20. TiffanyNo Gravatar
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    If I had the ability to time travel I would go back to the Victorian Era. That time period has always fascinated me.

    +2 GFC Follower(Tiffany)and Twitter follower (@tiffanydearxo)

    tiffanyinwonderland(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  21. VivienNo Gravatar
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    I would go back to the time of the pyramids. It would be great to see how lives were lived back then.
    +1 comment
    +1 GFC follower
    +3 spread here
    http://www.goodreads.com/event/show/123017-author-interview-giveaway-myra-mcentire

    Vivien
    deadtossedwaves at gmail dot com

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  22. MariaNo Gravatar
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    +1 If I had the ability to change the past I wouldn’t. If you changed the past who knows what damage you could do to the future. The past makes us who we are today and changing that, in way changes us. One must not look to the past with regret because that’s were we made our mistakes, it’s normal and it’s were our experience comes from. It helps us grow as a person. As someone once said: “What you need to know about the past is that no matter what has happened, it has all worked together to bring you to this very moment. And this is the moment you can choose to make everything new. Right now.”

    +1 GFC Follower: Maria

    +1 Twitter Follower: @fantasysink

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  23. ElizabethNo Gravatar
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    I would go to the 18th century in Austria to meet Mozart because he’s my all time favorite composer.

    I follow you on Blogger and on twitter (@titania86).

    I spread the word on my sidebar:

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  24. ElizabethNo Gravatar
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    oops!

    My sidebar is here: http://titania86-fishmuffins.blogspot.com/

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  25. LouiseJNo Gravatar
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    If I had the ability to time travel I would go to the beach in the book Moonglass, that sounds like the perfect place to spend the day.

    +1 answered the question
    +3 Following blog
    +3 following on twitter @LouiseJustine3
    +3 for tweeting

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  26. Barbara ElnessNo Gravatar
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    If I could time travel, I’d go to the US 100 years in the future. I’d love to see if we’re finally traveling in space, and what kind of technological marvels we’d have.

    Barbed1951 at aol dot com
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  27. AmyNo Gravatar
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    I’d like to travel into the future, maybe a few decades from now to see if I’ve found my dream man lol! Hopefully it would still be a good world to live in.

    +1 answered question
    +3 GFC follower

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  28. StephanieNo Gravatar
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    Well I was stopping by to let you know I received Dead on Delta in the mail today. And now I get to enter another giveaway! I would go back to the 1950s. My grandma is always telling me I should have been born then.
    +1 comment
    +1 GFC follower
    +3 spread here http://www.goodreads.com/event/show/123060-author-interview-giveaway-myra-mcentire

    thegirlonfire27 at gmail dot com

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  29. KatieNo Gravatar
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    I would go back to 1960’s London so I could drool over the fashion and go to a Beatles concert.

    moc.liamgnull@ka.ttocseitak

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  30. Bookish in a BoxNo Gravatar
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    +1 If I was feeling adventurous, I’d go to 17th century Italy. More likely, though, I’d end up in 1950s England or America. Somewhere/time with indoor plumbing!

    I’m a Twitter and blog follower.

    +3 Blog link: http://bookishinabox.blogspot.com/2011/06/giveaways-week-of-619.html

    Thanks! whatinabox at gmail dot com

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  31. OrchidNo Gravatar
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    I’d don’t know why, but I ahve always wanted to visit the late 1800s to early 1900s. :)

    Loved how she described her characters, definitely makes me want to read Hourglass. :)

    Blog & Twitter follower (Orchid/HauntedOrchid)

    Orchid
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  32. shadowNo Gravatar
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    if i could go back in time, it would be to the olden day egypt. egypt fasinates me and id love a chance to explore the temples and monuments.
    gfc- shadow_kohler
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  33. Van P.No Gravatar
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    I would love to time travel back to the Victorian era of London.

    +1 comment
    +3 blog and twitter follower @vanpham88

    van
    Littopandaxpress(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  34. lulilutNo Gravatar
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    +1 I would like to time travel to the future and see the technological advances that will be made and hopefully the end of conflicts but please no Morlocks. ;)
    +2 blog and twitter follower
    +3 Tweeted here:
    http://twitter.com/lulilut/status/85426679899619328

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  35. Thao HuynhNo Gravatar
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    I’d go to the future, to see if I actually achieved anything, if the mistakes I made were that costly to my future, to see if the apocalypse will be a myth, to see if printed books will still be out, to see if the world will turn into the universe of Wall-E. Maybe I’ll wear a cape as I time-travel. That’d be neat.

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR THE GIVEAWAY! (:

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  36. Marlene BreakfieldNo Gravatar
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    I would travel to ancient Egypt or Atlantis several years before it sank.
    +1 comment
    +3 GFC follower Marlene Breakfield Twitter @mbreakfield
    FB follower Marlene Breakfield
    +3 Tweeted http://twitter.com/#!/mbreakfield/status/86305421584908288
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  37. ElizabethNo Gravatar
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    +1 I would love to go to the Victorian Era in London. I have always been fascinated with that time period and love the style back then!

    +3 Following
    +1 Tweeting (eljho88)

    +5 Total

    moc.liamgnull@sniksohjhtebazile

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  38. Katie @ Novel SocietyNo Gravatar
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    +1 I think i would go to Ancient Rome or Greece.

    +3 for following on GFC (Katie) and Twitter (GirlyKat)
    +3 for tweeting (http://twitter.com/#!/GirlyKat/status/86916937526943744)

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  39. Samantha R.No Gravatar
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    I would want to travel back to Victorian London.

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  40. SarahNo Gravatar
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    I’d want to travel to the future (maybe a 100 years out) to see if any of the dystopian book settings have become a reality! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  41. Jennifer K JovusNo Gravatar
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    This being the 4th of July I think it would be really neat to witness the signing of the Decleration of Independence.
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  42. Jennifer KallhoffNo Gravatar
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    If I were to go back in time,I would go back to the Victorian era. I was always fascinated by stories in that time period when I was younger.

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  43. A Canadian GirlNo Gravatar
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    If I had the ability to time travel, I’d go into the future by 100 years. I’d love to see what the technology will be like and I feel like that’s enough time for some major changes to have occurred.

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