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Guest Author: Merrie DeStefano (Guest Post & Giveaway)

My guest today is urban fantasy author Merrie DeStefano.  The first book in her The Resurrection Chronicles series, Afterlife,  hits bookshelves today.  Please join me in welcoming Merrie here today to Dark Faerie Tales. You can read an excerpt of the book here.

One lucky commenter will have a chance to win an autographed copy of Afterlife.  As always, details are listed at the end of the post.

Welcome Merrie!

The Quest for Immortality

by Merrie DeStefano

I love dark, spooky tales with lots of atmosphere.  Think Vincent Price in the ’60s, a castle in England, a fog-drenched movie set, and a story about star-crossed lovers—and a monster.  I also love noir mysteries where the story unwraps layer by layer, where a tough detective pursues a hardened criminal and the reader doesn’t know “who done it” until the very end.  I love stories with happy endings and dark, twisted middles; I love stories with elements of fantasy and science fiction.  And on top of all of this, I’m a sucker for a heart wrenching tale about a dog.

These are the types of tales that I’ve gravitated to my entire life, so it makes sense that I would somehow combine these elements in my first novel, Afterlife: The Resurrection Chronicles.

Set in a moody, near future New Orleans—a city that comes replete with a rich back-drop of voodoo, above-ground cemeteries, Cajun cuisine and Creole culture—my story tells a tale about the quest for immortality.  One family stands center stage, the Domingues: owners of Fresh Start, the resurrection monopoly.  Their company provides life, and more life, to anyone and everyone who can afford it.  Their clients now have the opportunity to live up to nine lives, a total of almost 500 years.  Each time Death rears its over-publicized head, you can now download into a custom-designed clone.

The kicker is, in this New World, not everybody wants to jump from death to life.  Some people, like the main character, Chaz Domingue, want to live just one life.  Called One-Timers, they’re in the minority.  So much so, that some Nine-Timers think that One-Timers are a myth.

Here’s a little snippet from the book:

I rounded a corner and found her, kneeling in front of the burial tomb of a legendary voodoo queen. She stared at the stone slab as if it belonged to her; she was running her fingers through a fresh pile of Mardi Gras beads left by pilgrims seeking favors from the dead, a puzzled expression on her face.

I picked her up, checked her pulse, sheltered her in my arms for a moment while my head cleared. “She’s fine,” I said to myself, as if I needed some sort of reassurance.

But deep down inside I knew that wasn’t true. There was something wrong here, too much information was trying to get through. Almost as if whoever did her jump didn’t know what the hell they were doing.

I was too tired to care about another Newbie whose life just got mangled and torn in Fresh Start machinery. Too tired to realize that there might be more going on here than just a rugged jump.

It was the first mistake I would make on this case. But that didn’t really matter. Because I was about to make plenty more.

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So, here are my questions for all of you today:

If you could live another life in a custom-designed clone, would you?  Why or why not?  And if you would jump to another life, how many times would you do it?

I want to thank everyone at Dark Faerie Tales for inviting me here today.  And to those of you reading this blog post, I’m really looking forward to reading your answers!

Author Bio:

With twenty years’ experience in publishing, Merrie Destefano left a 9-to-5 desk job as the editor of Victorian HomesAfterlife: The Resurrection Chronicles, magazine to become a full-time novelist and freelance editor. Her first novel, comes out on Sept. 28, 2010. She loves to camp in the mountains, walk on the beach, watch old movies and listen to alternative music—although rarely all at the same time. Born in the Midwest, she now lives in Southern California with her husband, their two German shepherds and a Siamese cat.

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

GIVEAWAY GUIDELINES:

One lucky commenter will have a chance to win an autographed copy of Afterlife.

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

If you could live another life in a custom-designed clone, would you?  Why or why not?  And if you would jump to another life, how many times would you do it?

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

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

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 Tuesday, October 19th at 11:59 PM EST.

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


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37 Responses to “Guest Author: Merrie DeStefano (Guest Post & Giveaway)

  1. SierraNo Gravatar
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    Please don’t enter me. I just wanted to answer the questions (:

    If you could live another life in a custom-designed clone, would you?
    Yes.

    Why?
    Why not? I think it would be awesome! If by custom-designed means different looking to my vision, then definitly! I mean really, why not? A chance to live for nearly 500 years? You could see the world evolve and change. Or certain things happen, like 2012.

    And if you would jump to another life, how many times would you do it?
    As many as I could, I rekon. Why not? Besides the fact that I may have to go through puberty and other stuff again. But still, why not? Why pass that up? It would probably be hard to maintain that. But it would be like being a Shapeshifter or Vampire, having to change your life every few decades. I could go with that though…

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  2. RKCharronNo Gravatar
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    Hi Merrie!
    Thank you for the great post & insight into your debut novel.
    Congratulations on your Release Day!
    I definitely would “jump into another life”. I’d try it as a girl to see what life would be like. Plus the curiousity factor in how society & the world will evolve. Will we ever populate other planets or space stations?
    :)
    All the best,
    RKCharron

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  3. debpNo Gravatar
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    Yes, I would, it would be interesting to try doing things differently.I would do it several times, whenever something interesting was going on.
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  4. Bethany C.No Gravatar
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    Sure, living in a custom designed clone would be great! Getting to decide exactly what you want to look like-sign me up! I don’t know how much I’m understanding the concept (guess I’ll have to read the book!) but I suppose I’d life jump until I simply got tired of it, or felt woefully overwhelmed by current lifestyle and technology. +1
    follow blog and on twitter (bcardoo79) +2
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  5. Merrie DestefanoNo Gravatar
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    Sierra,
    I love your answers and your honesty! And yes, you would get to look however you want. One other cool thing that I didn’t mention in my blog post: You DON’T have to go through puberty. Cool, huh! Most people choose to resurrect into a body that is 21 years old, that way they are free to do whatever they want right away.

    Thanks for commenting!

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  6. sarah witenhaferNo Gravatar
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    Yea, Merrie! So excited for this book. :D Personally, I would hate postponing heaven for more of this. I’d be singin’ “Let my people GO!” haha Can’t imagine trading the chance to do things better with the chance to experience perfection and seeing God create new things.

    Congratulations, Merrie. I’ve loved getting to know you through FB. You’re posts are funny and warm and I know your book will be a great read!

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  7. Merrie DestefanoNo Gravatar
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    RKCharron,
    Thanks so much for the congrats! I know what you mean. I would love to see what our world would be like in the future in too. That would be so awesome if we did get to see ourselves living on other planets, just like in the movies!

    Thanks so much for posting your comment!

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  8. Merrie DestefanoNo Gravatar
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    Debp,
    Great answer! I’d be looking for interesting things too. I think it would be fun to try living in a different country or have a completely different career. Although, I must say, I love being a writer and don’t think I’d want to change that.
    =)

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  9. Merrie DestefanoNo Gravatar
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    Bethany C,
    Hi! I think you just described the way most of the characters in the book feel about it. As long as they have something to look forward to, they want to keep jumping. If that changes, then they usually stop. Thanks so much for stopping by and posting a comment!
    ;)

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  10. Merrie DestefanoNo Gravatar
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    Sarah,
    Thanks for stopping by! =) Yay, a One-Timer. I must confess, I’m a true One-Timer at heart, just like the main character in the book, Chaz. That’s probably why I enjoyed writing his character so much.

    I hope you get to read the book and I hope that you like it!

    :)

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  11. Kristy SmithNo Gravatar
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    Me,me pick me! I’ve been following you on facebook and patiently awaiting this day for the release! Already planning on leaving for work early tonight to get it! To answer your questions: I would absolutely live as a clone and do all the sneaky, naughty and sexual things I have always wanted and only read about doing! I would go back in time to many different times to search for a soul mate from all of them! How erotic that would be. Possibly quite addictive!

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  12. lulilutNo Gravatar
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    +1Yes, I would, it’d be interesting to have the chance to see the world change over the years.
    I’m not sure how many times I would do it, I suppose it would depend what happens the first few times.
    +2 follower blog & twitter
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  13. Jessica S.No Gravatar
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    +1 I think I would. I mean it sounds interesting, but then when you look at it, if you were to do it multiple times, wouldn’t you have to repeat horrible things over and over again? High school, driver’s test. There are life events that I wouldn’t want to relive.

    I can’t help but go back and forth on this one. I can find a positive result and then think of a negative one directly after. So I guess my answer is maybe. It would really have to depend on the circumstances and what not. I’m weird like that! ;)

    +2 Blog follower

    +3 Have blog button in my sidebar: http://jessica-agreatread.blogspot.com

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  14. Robin KNo Gravatar
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    Wow, I suppose I would before I had started a family. Now with a family I could not, unless it could be done as a part time job ;)

    +1 entry for answering the question
    +2 follower of this blog and on Twitter
    +3 http://twitter.com/#!/IntenseWhisper/status/25830959976

    robin [at] intensewhisper [dot] com

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  15. Merrie DestefanoNo Gravatar
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    Kristy,
    Hi! I’m glad you are excited about Afterlife! And thanks so much for following me on Facebook. ;)

    All of the things you listed are definitely things you could do as a clone in my book–except for time travel. :( I love time travel, though, and I really want to write a story about it sometime.

    I hope you enjoy the book when you get a chance to read it. And thanks for stopping by!

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  16. Merrie DestefanoNo Gravatar
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    Lulilut,
    Hi! I love that you would be bold enough to try resurrection into a clone! I think it would be like an adventure–you do it for as long as it’s fun, then you do something else.

    Thanks for dropping and commenting! I appreciate it!
    ;)

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  17. Merrie DestefanoNo Gravatar
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    Jessica,
    Hi! The cool thing about resurrection in AFTERLIFE is, you don’t have to go through high school again. (Yay!) Also, any training or college degrees you had can be kept from one life to the next. It might be tricky learning new technology from time to time, but you wouldn’t miss much between lives.

    But I understand that you might be on the fence about it. I think a lot of people would feel that way.

    Thanks for thinking about it!

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  18. Merrie DestefanoNo Gravatar
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    Robin K.,
    You hit the nail on the head. Families and loved ones can throw a real wrench into the whole resurrection game plan. You never know if your loved ones are going to resurrect or stay with just one life. And they may choose not to find you in your next life.

    Again, thanks for thinking about some of the deeper issues in the book. And thanks for stopping by!

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  19. MinnChicaNo Gravatar
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    Congrats (again) Merrie!!

    I personally like the finality of dying. I don’t know that I would do all the things I want to accomplish in life if I always knew there would be “another life.” However, the total lazy slacker in me says “get those extra lives now so we can do all those things later that I don’t feel like doing today!”

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  20. heatwave16No Gravatar
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    I would absolutely jump into a custom designed clone as many times as I could. I think it would be so much fun to re-invent yourself get to try so many things that you’ve never had a chance to do. I think there are so many things we miss out on. I’d love it.

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  21. Moonsanity (Brenda)No Gravatar
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    I can’t believe I’m here so late! It’s been a crazy day but I wanted to say how excited I am for you:)

    As far as the question- I think it would be very tempting because I would want that chance to see my grandkids and great grandkids graduate, marry, and have babies. In the long run though I don’t think I would do it. There is that feeling of playing God-and that messing with something we shouldn’t be will have consequences we may not see at first. It’s a fascinating concept!

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    +2I’m follower of this blog and Dark Faerie Tales on Twitter

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  22. Beverly @ The WormholeNo Gravatar
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    I would not want to be a clone – I would not want to redo my life again – I am sure I would do everything the same, bad and good. I would not want to keep jumping into different lives. I love my life – it’s not really what I had planned, but I wouldn’t trade it now!
    Thanks for hosting – please enter me!
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  23. JenMNo Gravatar
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    I love life so if I was given a chance to live another one, I’d definitely take it. I don’t know if I’d do it more than once though. More than once seems kind of greedy – and when would you ever call it quits.

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  24. MoridinNo Gravatar
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    I wouldn’t live another life because the ability to do that would remove the value of life. It’s the fragility of life and ease with which it is lost that makes it valueable. I wouldn’t jump to another life.

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  25. jmspettoliNo Gravatar
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    +1 I don’t think I would because then it would take the fun out of living for the now.

    +2 follower of blog and on twitter (@jmspettoli)

    +3 Twitter: http://twitter.com/jmspettoli/status/25936263030

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  26. JulieNo Gravatar
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    1. +1 entry for answering the question (required).
    I don’t think I could live a custom life as a clone because that wouldn’t really be me and my life.
    2. +2 entries for becoming a follower of this blog and Dark Faerie Tales on Twitter.

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  27. kisah j.No Gravatar
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    If i could live another life in a custom-designed clone, i would, as long as my honey did too. i want to see history made and technology advance! i don’t know how many times i would do it, though – i guess i would have a better idea by the second time…..

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  28. A'linaNo Gravatar
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    I would definitely live another life in a custom-designed clone. Why? Because it would be awesome. I’d be able to experience different things and see so much more. Not sure how many times I’d do it though.

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  29. LainaNo Gravatar
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    +1 I don’t think I would… I’m happy being me. :)

    +2 Already a follower and a follower on twitter (@lainasparetime)

    +3 Linked here: http://bookcontestlinks.blogspot.com/2010/10/october-3rd-2010.html

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  30. Marlene BreakfieldNo Gravatar
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    I would, because it would be interesting, and I would do it until I became disillusioned with it.
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  31. ThrouthehazeNo Gravatar
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    +1 I would definitely live another life in a custom designed clone. It would be an interesting experience

    +2 follow here and on twitter @throuthehaze

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  32. KelseyNo Gravatar
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    +1 Yes I would live another life in a custom designed clone. One reason is because it is custom design, another reason is I would love to experience more than you can experience in one life. It would also be very intriguing. I would only live one extra life though. Nine seems way too long. But I think one would be just fine. A perfectly suitable life time in my mind. I would prefer not to live as long as those three timers so definately not the nine timers.
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  33. AmyNo Gravatar
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    +1 Yes I would live another life in a custom designed clone. It’s a very interesting idea and I want to see the world through the clone.

    +2 I’m a Google Friend follower.

    angeldream3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  34. Jennelle SNo Gravatar
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    I would not want to have a second chance. I want to savor every moment of my life, and how can I truly do that if I know I can always fix my mistakes next time. Besides it would belittle the life I have now and those that I love now if I simply moved on to another life when I was done with this one. I will welcome the afterlife.

    I’m a GFC and twitter follower as sablelexi

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  35. WenjNo Gravatar
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    +1 Yes. I think it would be interesting to life a different life, to see different things, to acquire more knowledge and experiences. I don’t think I would want to do it indefinitely, at some point there is too much life and everything looses its flair. Somehow I think anything more then 2 lifetimes is pushing it! Hell, maybe even 2 is pushing it!

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  36. HeatherNo Gravatar
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    I would live in a custom clone, I’m guessing that would get rid of chronic pain.
    And I’d jump until I found a life I liked!
    Follower on GFC (you_were_almost_right)
    and twitter @littlebearries
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  37. Marianna G.No Gravatar
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    I would probably live in a custom clone: I’m dying it’s young and healthy…that type of situation. I would probably keep that up until I got sick of humanity.

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