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Fleeing from the witch trials in Salem, Terra Rowan finds herself in modern day Asheville, North Carolina.
A dark spirit from the past hunts this last witch of Salem. With the help of the ladies of the Biltmore Society, Terra must discover the secret within the forest to preserve the bloodline.
Thank you so much, Frankie, for inviting me. My name is Terra Rowan, I am the heroine of Bloodline: A Witch Cat Mystery.
Island Confidential: Welcome, Terra! Can you tell our readers a little bit about yourself?
TR: I’m not as confident as I appear. I’ve had glimpses of my future, and it scares me.
Who’s the character you get along with the best?
TR: I have a kinship with Abigail and a great love for Mrs. Twiggs but to narrow it down to one if I have to, it would have to be Pixel. He is a gentle soul who takes pleasure in the simple things. He’s brave and a faithful friend and will not waver in dire straits.
Which other character do you have a conflict with?
TR: That would be Tracker. My first instinct is to avoid creatures of his ilk but there is a strength in him that I admire.
Just between you and me: What do you really think of your author?
TR: I think that she understands my world. She knows the hard work and research to earn my trust. She struggles with forming the perfect words to tell my tale but that makes her even more endearing. I believe the true measure of a person is in the effort not the result.
What’s next for you?
TR: To continue the journey that was set forth in Bloodline, my companions at my side.
About the Author:
With a passion for shopping and antiques, Vicki Vass turned in her reporter’s notebook to chronicle the adventures of Anne and CC, two antique hunters who use their skills to solve a murder case.
Vicki has written more than 1,400 stories for the Chicago Tribune as well as other commercial publications including Home & Away, the Lutheran and Woman’s World. Her science fiction novel, The Lexicon, draws on her experience in Sudan while writing about the ongoing civil war for World Relief.
She lives in the Chicago area with her husband, writer and musician Brian Tedeschi, son Tony, Australian shepherd Bandit, kittens Terra and Pixel, seven koi and Gary the turtle.