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Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Author Spotlight Tuesday - Kate Hill/Saloni Quinby

Today I've got Kate Hill, who also writes as Saloni Quinby in the author spotlight!

What's your favorite thing about Avalanche?
The bonding of the three main characters, in particular Chloe and Tyler showing Torrance that he doesn't have to do everything alone. They give him back the family he has been missing, only better.

Hard or soft?
Depends on my mood.

Black and white or all the colors of the rainbow?
All the colors of the rainbow.

You write all sorts of pairings (m/f, m/m, m/m/f, etc). Do you have a favorite to write?
My favorite pairing is always the one I'm currently working on. I view my books like I view real life--a person's sex doesn't matter. It's the emotions, the friendships and the heart-to-heart connections that make everything worthwhile.

How many warrior-witches does it take to change a lightbulb?
They prefer to use candles. :-)

What is your favorite time-waster?
Surfing the Internet.

Who was harder to write: Torrance, Chloe or Tyler?
Torrance was the most complicated. He has a lot of burdens, so he tends to be depressed and a bit introverted. Emotionally, he was the hardest character to deal with when writing this story.

Do you procrastinate more at the beginning, middle or end of the story, or not at all?
Depending on the book, the urge to procrastinate comes at different times. Sometimes I'm so into research, that's it's hard to start the actual book. Other times an unforeseen problem in the middle of the book makes it difficult to figure out a solution and move on. Then sometimes it happens at the end, because I'm so attached to the characters I don't want to let them go.

Sunrise or Sunset?

Glutes or Abs?
To look at? Glutes. For working out? Abs.

What's the strangest were creature you can think of and would you write it?
A were avocado and maybe I would. I wrote a series called Aspectians about alien shifters who can change into anything.

What is the sexiest food/meal?

Can you share some sexy lines from Avalanche with us?

I'd love to.

Here's a short, sexy scene featuring Chloe, Torrance and Tyler:

Torrance closed his eyes, and stepped closer to Tyler. The wolf's tongue thrust into his mouth and Torrance responded with equal passion. Groaning, they ran their hands over each other's bodies. Tyler was so fucking hard, his muscles thick. He emanated strength and stamina. Torrance's heart pounded and his cock stirred.

A hand slid down his back and caressed his ass, but it wasn't Tyler's hand. He caught the scent of Chloe's perfume and opened his eyes.

The men broke their kiss and glanced at Chloe who had stepped nearer.

"Maybe I should go," she said in a husky voice. Desire shone in her dark eyes and the sight of it aroused Torrance even more.

Tyler wrapped an arm around her, kissing her with the same enthusiasm as he'd kissed Torrance. The delicious scent of lust emanated from the wolf. His hard cock bulged against the front of his trousers. Chloe's hand reached down to stroke Tyler and he growled -- not an angry sound but one of passion.

(Writing as Saloni Quinby)
M/M/F Paranormal

Torrance - For ten years he's battled demons alone. A warrior witch whose magic drives him to absorb sexual energy, he's lived in exile from his coven, banished for a mistake of his youth.

Chloe - Thrust into a world of demons, she has just discovered her magical powers, but will she survive to explore them?

Tyler - A lone werewolf vacationing in the wilds of Canada, he never expected to fall in love, until he meets two desperate witches.

The three join forces against demons bent on taking over the world. Chloe and Tyler use their sexual energy to empower Torrance--witch, warrior and a man longing for love.

Purchase Links:
Changeling Press
All Romance Ebooks
Barnes and Noble

Author Bio:

Always a fan of romance and the paranormal, Kate Hill started writing over twenty years ago for pleasure. Her first story, a short erotic vampire tale, was accepted for publication in 1996. Since then she has sold over one hundred short stories, novellas and novels.

When she's not working on her books, Kate enjoys reading, working out and spending time with her family and pets. Kate also writes under the name Saloni Quinby. She enjoys hearing from readers. Find her online at