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Adrian Phoenix – Interview & Giveaway

Today I have Urban Fantasy author Adrian Phoenix here for an interview to celebrate the latest release in her Makers Song series, Beneath The Skin! Read through the awesome interview and Adrian is giving away a signed copy of one of her books. 🙂 

 Sidhe – Hi Adrian! It’s great to have you back here at SVR. 🙂

Adrian – Hey, Judi! It’s a pleasure to be back! I wish it wasn’t so long between visits. 🙂

Sidhe – Me too and you know you are welcome anytime in my virtual “house”. The third book in your The Makers Song series, Beneath The Skin, was just released on Dec 29th. Can you tell us a bit about it?

Adrian – Sure. The story picks up right where In the Blood left off, with Dante doped and unconscious and Heather, Von, Annie, and Caterina seeking shelter from the dawn. Not only are they being hunted by the Shadow Branch and the FBI, the Fallen now know that a Maker exists in the mortal world and they are determined to find him. Dante not only needs to find away to keep himself and those he cares about out of enemy hands, but his past has been awakened and is slicing into his present. As he struggles to find balance and keep sane, his control over his Maker abilities continues to slip.

Sidhe – How do you keep track of all the goings on in this wonderfully rich and complex world you’ve created?

Adrian – Most of it I keep in my head (getting very crowded), but lately I’ve been keeping notes that I can refer to quickly while writing. I’m finding notes on who did what or who said what and when more necessary with each book I write.

Sidhe – I can imagine it would get to be a bit much to memorize after a few books. You’ve had a busy year with starting a new series as well as writing your Makers Song series! Can you tell us how you keep your writing discipline going strong when you aren’t hearing your muse?

Adrian – I’ve been fortunate in that my muse is quite loud and impossible to ignore. The problem for me comes down to time, since I still have my full time day job. It’s essential to write every day, so I write in the evenings after work and all day on weekends. I figure out a daily word total so I have a goal to shoot for every day. When I’m tired, I remind myself that writing is my dream and what I am working toward doing full time. In order to achieve that, I MUST plant my butt in my chair and get busy. It’s my job, my livelihood, my dream. Plus, if I’m really good – I get to have a treat! LOL.

Sidhe – I have so much respect for all authors as it takes such dedication and will power to continue to put out amazing works and on deadlines to boot! How many more books can we look forward to in the Makers Song series?

Adrian – Book 4, Etched in Bone will be out the end of December 2010. At this point, that’s all I’m contracted to do, but I have every reason to believe that Pocket will buy more (I gave them a proposal also) so that I can continue with the series. I have plenty of plans for more books.

Sidhe – Whew, that’s good news indeed! (Pocket, can you hear me? We need more books in The Makers Song series!) You have an affinity for writing about several REALLY sexy men. Do you have a harem of them hiding in your house? (Grins) Really… can you spare a couple to help a girl out?

Adrian – Hah. Thank you! I think you’ll also very much enjoy Layne Valin from Black Dust Mambo. Oh, I *wish* I had a harem of sexy men hanging out at my house, but then I’d probably never get any work done. LOL. As it is, they hang out in my head, which is almost as bad/good.

Sidhe – I’m thinking that inside your head is a “place” we’d all like to be if all those hot men are kickin around in there, lol. And bring on Layne, I’m ready to meet him! (Hurry up June). How much of the backgrounds of your supernatural characters are based on research and how much comes from your wickedly creative mind?

Adrian – Most of the backgrounds come from my imagination. I’ve done research on mythos for world-building for the Fallen and nightkind and for nomad society, but as for the character backgrounds go, that’s me. Now, on the Fallen characters – Gabriel, the Morningstar, Loki, etc., I *have* done research on angels and gods, which I then stir it into the subconscious kettle to simmer. I take the characters in a direction of my design.

Sidhe – Out of curiosity, I’m wondering about how many rough drafts of a novel you write before you send it off to your editor for the first time. (The wanna-be writer in me wants to know) =)

Adrian – Generally one draft. I think the most a person should do is two. I’ve never done more than two. It’s too easy to over-polish and smooth away a story’s raw and vital edge, to strip away its soul. Do your first draft, send it out to first-readers you trust, make any changes that they suggest AND that you agree with, then send it out. Then dash off to the next project. 🙂

Sidhe – How long did it take you to go from a germ of an idea to finished revisions that you turned into your editor for either A Rush Of Wings, or the first book in your new series, Black Dust Mambo?

Adrian – Okay, let’s look first at A Rush of Wings. It took me 8 months to write it (my first novel), then almost a year to sell it. After it sold in June 2006, I had to wait for the contract (October 2006 – it hasn’t taken that long with any of my other books), then the revisions request from my editor – which I believe I received in January of 2007. The book was published the end of December 2007 (January 2008 officially), so you’re looking at almost 3 years all told. The process for all books since has been much, much quicker.

The process was much shorter with Black Dust Mambo. I came up with the idea for Black Dust Mambo in October 2008 and sent my editor a proposal for it and four more books in the series. She called my agent in February of 2009 and bought the series. I finished writing the book in November of 2009 (I started it in July after finishing all the work on Beneath the Skin), finished revisions on BDM in December 2009. The book will be released the end of June 2010. So – Black Dust Mambo sold February 2009 and will be published June 2010. So figure 16-18 months from sale to publication. Sometimes it’s sooner – especially if you have a finished manuscript – which is the only thing new writers should offer editors. I sold the project on a proposal, so I had to hurriedly write the thing too. LOL.

Sidhe – Talk about working under pressure, but you seem to handle it well. I know that you are a huge Nine Inch Nails fan and that they are a big inspiration while you write. Any other bands that feed the muse?

Adrian – I also love (ironically or poetically, your choice) Muse, Does It Offend You, Yeah?, AFI, Stabbing Westward, Rammstein, Saints of Ruin, Chevelle, and movie scores like: Batman Begins (perfect for Lucien), all three Pirates of the Caribbean movies, Gladiator, The Last Samurai, Wanted, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, Last of the Mohicans . . .

Sidhe – I also like to listen to movie scores sometimes. It makes for great ambiance minus the distractions of a catchy chorus of singing. I know you’ll probably tell me to stuff it and wait like the rest have to, but can you give us a hint of what’s to come for Dante, Heather, Von and Lucien? Please? (Blinks innocently) 

Adrian – How can I refuse when you blink so innocently, Judi? 😉

Nebulous teasers . . . Annie finds herself in a situation she could never have predicted, one that will see her lose all control of her life; the Fallen statues will arrive in Alexandria and into the wrong hands; someone will descend into the cave at Damascus and discover just what is singing “Holy, holy, holy,” in the darkness, Dante repairs the damage to the cemetery (think about that); Heather fights for Dante’s sanity and a life for them together and one for herself AND she has to face the fact that she just might have to share Dante with another person, the second bonding partner; war is brewing between the SB and the FBI, among all the levels of the Fallen, including the half-mortal nephilim, and between the vampire orders – in a fight over control of Dante.  And Dante will be betrayed.

Sidhe – Awesome, I can’t wait! Can you give us a little preview of what Black Dust Mambo, the new series, is all about?

Adrian – You bet! I’d be happy too!

Black Dust Mambo begins the story of Kallie Riviere, a hoodoo apprentice learning the art from her aunt (who may or may not be who she seems) in Bayou Cypres Noir, Louisiana. Even though this series is lighter and more humorous, dark secrets still ripple throughout. Kallie’s been scarred both physically and emotionally by a violent moment in her family’s past, a moment she is seeking answers for but only finds deeper mysteries. Nothing is what it seems. The series also features her best friend, Belladonna Brown, a voodooienne in training to be a mambo (priestess) and who believes in the gospel according to Web Md. Another key character is Layne Valin, a nomad with the Fox clan, who also happens to be a Vessel for the dead. The dead can slip into his body like a suit and use him to say their final goodbyes or whatever it is they need.

Here’s a small bit from the book from Kallie’s POV as she learns what Layne is:

A Vessel didn’t need ritual or séance or linked energy from the living to call to the dead or to open doors between the mortal and spirit worlds. A Vessel was a living, breathing spirit cabinet. And most Vessels spiraled into madness by their late teens, usually ending their lives in messy and desperate ways. Very few Vessels lasted into their twenties.

Kallie stared at Layne, wondering if he was actually younger than he looked and wondering how much time he had left before his mind and soul twisted in on themselves.

   The story involves, magic, murder, mystery, possession, a wet boxers contest, voodoo poppets, loup garou, and nomad society.

Sidhe – Woo, I can’t wait to get started reading BDM! 😀 Any truth to the rumours that Disney is looking to make the Makers Song series into a movie or movies?

Adrian – So far, there’s nothing I can officially say on the rumours. My agent and his people have been in touch with Disney and Disney has registered domain names that seem to apply to The Maker’s Song. As soon as I have official news, I will pass it along. 🙂

Sidhe – Anything else that you’d like to share with the readers here at SVR?

Adrian – I’d like to let your readers know that I’m also planning stand alone books for Von (NOMAD) and Lucien (NIGHTBRINGER). My editor has proposals, so fingers crossed! I’d also like to thank everyone for their support and to welcome new readers to the series.

Sidhe – I am now praying to the publishing gods that Von & Lucien’s books will happen. Thanks so much for coming by again Adrian! It’s always a pleasure. 🙂

Adrian – Thank you for having me, Judi! I really love visiting with you and your readers!



Giveaway Details:

Adrian has graciously offered up a signed copy of one of her books to one lucky commentor, winners choice! Giveaway is open to everyone, internationally.

What type of supernatural being is your favourite? Are you still loving vampires, or have you crossed over to shifters, fallen angels, demons, witches, mages or fae? What is it that you love so much about your favourite?  

Adrian may also be popping by for the next day or two to reply to comments, so if you have any burning questions for her, feel free to ask away.

For one entry: Please leave a comment with the answer to the question. (+1 entry)

For  extra entries: 

– Subscribe to my blog, Sidhe Vicious Reviews, through the links at the top right hand side of the blog, and let me know in your comment. Be sure you verify your subscription through the email you’ll receive or it won’t count. (+1 entry)

– If  you’re already subscribed, you’ll receive an extra entry, but be sure to let me know in the comments. (+2 entries)

– Post a link to this contest on your Twitter, FaceBook, MySpace, GoodReads, LibraryThing, or on your blog and send me the link either in the comments or by email and you’ll get an extra entry for each place you add a link to. (+? entries, insert however many links you’ve done)

Contest is open Internationally and will run through February 10th until 11:59pm. The winners will be posted here on Feb 11th. Please leave your email addy in your comment for me to contact you if you’ve won. If I haven’t heard back from the winner in 7 days, a new winner will be drawn from the eligible comments. Winners will be chosen by a random number generator. Good Luck everyone! 🙂

(I should also mention that if you’re leaving me a bunch of links in your comment, do not panic if it doesn’t show up right away. It just automatically gets held for me to moderate, which I will as soon as I’m online. 😀 )

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  1. I absolutely LOVE this series. In fact, it’s the only UF books/series I read.

    Comment by OhSoUnique | January 30, 2010 | Reply

  2. I still love vamps but have grown to love shifters and angels! I guess I love all paranormal creatures!

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    Comment by Jeanette Juan | January 30, 2010 | Reply

  3. Hi 🙂
    Thank you for the excellent interview with Adrian Phoenix & thank you to Adrian for taking the time to share here. I loved the in-depth responses and the insight into Adrian & her writing. I hope the stand-alone books get contracted too.
    I was wondering what Adrian likes to read?
    And does she read when she is writing?
    I like all the supernaturals in Fantasy/Urban Fantasy. I can’t pick a favorite. As long as the character is vivid and leaps from book to mind, it’s a great character. For instance, MaryJanice Davidson has a mermaid character which I adore and a shape-shifting dragon as well as a vampire queen. Jim Butcher has an excellent wizard character. Etc Etc.
    All the best,
    PS – oldtime Follower.
    PPS – Adrian Phoenix is on Twitter! Follow her @AdrianPhoenix

    Comment by RKCharron | January 31, 2010 | Reply

    • D’oh! Your reply is below, RK! I missed the reply button last night and simply commented. 🙂


      Comment by Adrian Phoenix | February 1, 2010 | Reply

  4. My favourite supernatural beings are shapeshifters. I love that they have a pack, their strength and that they have the ability to change to an animal shape.

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    Comment by Spav | January 31, 2010 | Reply

  5. I absolutely love vampires, but lately i’ve started to like werewolves as well. Maybe its because the authors always describe them like beautiful and muscular creatures lol

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    Comment by ambika | January 31, 2010 | Reply

  6. awesome interview!!
    I love vampires, but I have crossed over to shifters, fallen angels, demons, witches, mages and fae too. I love all of them, each one is different

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    Comment by rem | January 31, 2010 | Reply

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      Comment by rem | January 31, 2010 | Reply

  7. Hey! Love the long answers Adrian, instead of the ‘yes’ ‘no’ lol. 🙂

    *Which of your characters is the easiest/hardest to write in relation to the plot and relationships with the rest of the characters?

    Vamps were the first to start me off on supernatural creatures, then it extended to the wolves and shifters, but now im comfortable with angels-witches etc. Fae/Faeries are still growing on me, but im enjoying all the creatures so far, the only time i dont like them is if the author has made me dislike them-with their personality-in plot storylines.

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    Comment by Bianca F | January 31, 2010 | Reply

    • Glad you enjoyed the interview, Bianca!

      The easiest character to write is Dante. He’s closest to my heart and speaks to me clearly. The hardest character to write? Honestly, there isn’t one. But maybe the closest would be Caterina. She switched from from Shadow Branch assassin to laying her gun at Dante’s feet and betraying those she worked for in the past. She hasn’t had time to really absorb what she’s done and what that means. Ah, hell. No character is hard to write in relation to the plot and relationships with the other characters. They all intrigue me. LOL.


      Comment by Adrian Phoenix | January 31, 2010 | Reply

  8. Hi! Great interview! Thank you for sharing!

    My first and foremost favorite will always be Vampires. There is something just so dangerously sensual that I can’t seem to resist. Shifters are a very close second. Especially werewolves, I find wolves to also be sensual and very protective of their loved ones. in most of the stories I’ve read, were’s are extremely devoted and I find that romantic!

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    Comment by Kate L | January 31, 2010 | Reply

    • Opps, forgot email! mleger0546 @ rogers (dot) com

      Comment by Kate L | January 31, 2010 | Reply

    • Glad you enjoyed the interview! Thanks for the support, Kate!

      Comment by Adrian Phoenix | February 1, 2010 | Reply

  9. My favorite supernatural creatures are non-werewolf shape shifters. I love the possibilities in shifting to different animals.

    Comment by SandyG | January 31, 2010 | Reply

  10. Hm, I don’t know, while I originally started reading these books for the vampires, I also like fae and fairies a lot, but vampires are still my favorite so long as they don’t sparkle, god willing.

    Yeah, I subscribed to the blog. I also shared it on my Facebook:

    And I commented. Yay!

    Comment by Melanie D. | January 31, 2010 | Reply

  11. Hi, love the series!
    I can’t pick an absolute favorite of all supernaturals, but I definitely come out on the werewolf side of the vampires vs. werewolves. They’re always more emotional where vampires are cold (literally) and I think that tends to lend their characters more depth. Not that I don’t love a good vampire story. And the Maker series has such a great take on vampires, it’s not just any old vampire series anyway!

    New subscriber

    Comment by Bethany C. | January 31, 2010 | Reply

    • Thanks for your comments, Bethany! I’m glad you enjoy The Maker’s Song series!

      Comment by Adrian Phoenix | February 1, 2010 | Reply

  12. hiya!

    im glad to be a follower of yours for awhile. ty for interting books

    im a street teamer

    Comment by tami | January 31, 2010 | Reply

    • Thanks so much for your support, Tami! 🙂

      Comment by Adrian Phoenix | February 1, 2010 | Reply

  13. I will always love vampires. I enjoy pretty much every supernatural creature you can think of, but I like to think of vampires as my fall back meaning I can always lose myself in a book as long as there’s vampires. They’re my favorite because there’s so many ways you can spin the vampire lore and make it your own, so it never gets boring.

    I tend to like books the most that have a little bit of everything. I mean, if the world has vampires and werewolves, why stop there?

    Comment by Sara M | January 31, 2010 | Reply

  14. Hi! I’m so happy to have found your blog (through Twitter). I’m now following you there & have subscribed here as well! Great interview with Adrian Phoenix! With these three books she has become one of my most favorite authors – that she’s a NIN fan too, just makes it that much better! 😉 (She also introduced me -through the books – to Does It Offend You, Yeah? – great music) I’m really looking forward to her next books & really hoping we’ll get more than four Maker series books.

    Yes, I still enjoy vamps but I’m getting into the angels now & enjoy a good fae story every once in a while, too. But vampires will probably always be the definitive bad boys (& girls) to me! 🙂

    Comment by Susan MJ | January 31, 2010 | Reply

    • So glad you enjoyed the interview, Susan! Great to see you here! (And I gotta admit that I’m thrilled that you’re discovering cool bands through the books!)

      Comment by Adrian Phoenix | February 1, 2010 | Reply

  15. I honestly can’t say that I have a favorite. For me it’s more about the characters themselves and how I am drawn to them versus the type they are.
    Thanks for the interview Adrian; I’m a big fan and am (not so) patiently waiting for December 2010, lol. I guess checking out your new series will have to hold me over.

    Glad to have found your blog through Adrian’s post on FB and am now a new follower.

    Comment by Dana A. | January 31, 2010 | Reply

    • Hey, Dana, thanks for your support! I truly appreciate it! I hope Black Dust Mambo will tide you over until Etched in Bone is released. 😉

      Comment by Adrian Phoenix | February 1, 2010 | Reply

  16. Hi Adrian!!! I’m really looking forward to starting your series. I have to say that I still love my vamps for all their mystery and sexiness. Although, the whole new fallen angel idea is interesting as well. The Prophecy with Christopher Walken is a fav movie of mine.

    Adrian, do you collect skelanimals? I see you holding one in your first pic. They are cute little guys.

    I’m already a subscriber – email is heatwave96(at)

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    Comment by heatwave16 | January 31, 2010 | Reply

    • I *do* collect skelanimals! I love them!

      And The Prophecy totally rocked! 🙂


      Comment by Adrian Phoenix | January 31, 2010 | Reply

  17. Vampires are my favourite supernatural beings. Yes I’m still loving vampires, but I have crossed over to shifters, fallen angels, demons and witches. But vampires will always be my first love. I just think of them as being sexy and intriguing.

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    Comment by Sue A. | January 31, 2010 | Reply

  18. *waving* Aloha Adrian!!!

    I am so happy to see you here!!=)

    To answer your question my favorites are Weres: Werewolves, werecats, weretigers, etc.

    However, I read anything with a great blurb and love characters more so then what creature they are.

    *** I am a subscriber for a month or so now. I subscribe under my yahoo account: honu_369 (AT) yahoo (DOT) com

    Comment by ck.twilighter (Chasity) | January 31, 2010 | Reply

  19. Well, I am still big into vampires. But I have to say that I am loving the angels these days. Could angels be the new vampires?

    Comment by Bethie | January 31, 2010 | Reply

  20. I love vamps but have grown to love shifters and angels and weres! I guess I love all paranormal creatures but I love fae the most. They are magical and I love to read fae.

    +2 I’m already a subscriber

    Great interview also.

    Comment by Brenda B. Hill | January 31, 2010 | Reply

  21. Hi RK,

    Great to see you again! I like to read many different genres, UF, mystery, historical, crime, SF. Usually when I’m working on a book, I only have time to read when I go to bed. So I’ll grab what’s on the top of my TBR pile or – if I’m doing research – I’ll study. Right now, I’m reading Pride and Prejudice. But I’m looking forward to Jeaniene Frost’s latest!

    Thanks for your support!

    Comment by Adrian Phoenix | January 31, 2010 | Reply

  22. I’m quickly growing to adore demons… they are so tortured and sooo bad!

    I’m an old subscriber and I am adding this contest to my side bar and today’s blog post!

    Comment by Miranda | February 1, 2010 | Reply

  23. I still absolutely adore vampires, but my favourite has always been mages or practioners of magic. It was why I first started reading the Fantasy genre when I was a kid and it can still fascinate me today. I used to go around pretending I was an apprentice-mage and I would become the most powerful sorceress in the world. No princess stuff for me.

    Today, I tend to read anything paranormal as it fascinates me. My husband thinks I’m crazy, but they he watches these kung fu movies where these guys can jump 20 feet in the air and jump onto roofs. Who’s the crazy one (lol)?

    By the way, Adrian, I love the cover of Black Dust Mambo; it’s pretty fantastic! And I’ve enjoyed reading your books.

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    Comment by Stephanie N | February 1, 2010 | Reply

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  25. I like to read them all but I still love vamps. Dark, mysterious, sexy. Hard to top.

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    Comment by Donna S | February 1, 2010 | Reply

  26. I’ve really enjoyed the Maker’s Song series, and I’m looking forward to Beneath the Skin.

    I’m also really excited to read about Adrian’s new series!

    I’ve always loved shifters for their innate grace.

    Comment by Renee | February 1, 2010 | Reply

  27. I like all the supernatural beings you listed but I guess Shifters are my fave. I like their ability to change 🙂
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    Comment by Raelena | February 2, 2010 | Reply

  28. Vampires for me; you can’t beat Dante.
    I always enjoy the interviews and the news about Von and Lucien. I hope you get the contracts for those.

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    Comment by Andrea I | February 3, 2010 | Reply

  29. Even though I still love vampires I’m getting more into shifter and fae books. There’s so many options out there now and some many different mythologies for vampires that it’s always interesting to see how different authors describe their vampire creation story

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  31. Hi Judi and Hi Adrian

    What an outstanding interview.

    Of course I will always love vampires.

    A few moments ago I finished Beneath the Skin. I can only say WOW! Make that Double WOW. What a gripping, fantastic story! Now I must wait impatiently for Etched in Bone.

    No need to enter me in the contest as I have all 3 books.

    Comment by Patricia A | February 6, 2010 | Reply

  32. +1 I love shifters, faes and angels but vamps are about
    to catch up! I guess I love all paranormal creatures!

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  34. No need to enter me, ladies. I’m dropping in to say thanks for the e-mail, Judi. I’ve got this posted at Win a Book. And man, do I love those book covers. They must be targeted directly at ME ’cause I want them all.

    Comment by Susan Helene Gottfried | February 9, 2010 | Reply

  35. I love vampires but starting to like those shape shifters and witches.
    I just subscribed and just need to head to my email to confirm.
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    Comment by Doreen R | February 9, 2010 | Reply

  36. I have been wanted this book for awhile. I love her characters. I am a follower

    Comment by Lisa | February 9, 2010 | Reply

  37. I love these books!!! A great read!

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