Saturday, May 19, 2018

Featured Author: Regina Paul


The Last Jumper by Regina Paul


Love is never easy, when you're the last jumper…
From the moment his family is murdered, Rain is on a mission to kill or send back to hell as many winagi or demons as he can. To do so he must "jump" from one body to another, allowing him to live the equivalent of several lifetimes, and to follow humanity and the demons out into space.
When Rain finally reawakens from his latest stasis jaunt, he discovers that five centuries have passed and that he is on a new colony planet, one he has no memory of. He also discovers the winagi are killing again, and he is the last jumper alive.
Connor, Stephen, and Jesse are husbands and fathers. On a world where some men are able to procreate, quad relationships are the norm, and Jumpers are just a part of their ancient history, Rain is something of an anomaly. The three men take Rain home with them, and help him to recover, at least physically. It becomes clear though that Rain hasn't just been fighting demons outside himself, but ones from within as well.
Will these three men and their sons be able to help Rain heal? Love isn't part of the bargain for Rain or so he thinks, but bonding with Connor, Stephen, and Jesse may be the only thing that can save his new family and their world.

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About Regina Paul:

Regina Paul is a Administrative Specialist by day managing 120 (count’em 120!) Anesthesiologists, she is also a freelance writer/editor/cover artist and author. She lives in Seattle, WA with her husband of 29 years.
She has published over 800 articles online, many of which have to do with writing and promoting fiction, as well as 12 books.  She also has a few self-published titles.
When she’s not, working, or writing (which isn’t often) she loves to spend time with her husband, read,  create 3D artwork and Native American beadwork, and paint mixed media paintings.
Regina loves to hear from readers! If you have a question about one of her books, or about getting your book published, or any of her articles, she is more than happy to answer questions, and help anyway she can. She invites you to write her at regina at reginapaul dot com. Also, visit her website Speculative Romance Author Regina Paul to find out when she has new releases, and where her free stories are!

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Interview with Regina Paul:

1.Can you tell us a little about your books?

Sure, I write what I like to call Speculative Romance which basically just means I LOVE to cross genres. I love scifi romance, paranormal gay romance, paranormal romantic suspense and my books follow along those lines. For example, the book before my current release The Last Jumper is a scifi/paranormal/fantasy/gay polyamory romance, how's that for crossing genres! 

2. What inspires you to write?

Just about everything. I get ideas from television, my own day dreams, actual night time dreams, artwork you name it. I love asking myself what if?

3. How many books have you written? Which is your favorite?

I've written fifteen books total, but presently only twelve of them are published. Choosing a favorite would be really difficult, but I think the one I currently love the most because it really stretched me as a writer is The Last Jumper.

4. Do you have a special time to write or how is your day structured?

Like many authors I have a day job so the majority of my weekdays are mostly filled with that. My writing is almost exclusively done on the weekends when I'm off work, although I do sometimes write in the evenings.

5. Do you have a favorite food or drink you must have nearby when writing?

I love decaffeinated green tea, so in the winter I drink a lot of it. In the summer I like to drink ice water or ice cold diet sierra mist or what they're now calling diet mist twist.

6. Do you have a favorite spot to write?

Yes, I write in my office with headphones on so I'm not distracted by my husband's slot machine sounds and the television. I like to play jazz music in the background.

7. If your fairy godmother waved her wand and whisked you away to the location of your choice, which place would you choose, and why?

I would want to go to Greece because dang it's beautiful there and the ocean and need I say more?

8. What are writing projects are you currently working on?

I'm currently working on a proposal for The Albion series at Leap of Faith Publishing. The series is set in the Victorian period, and as I love to do, I'm going to turn it upside down and am working on a steampunk paranormal f/f romance to add to the series. Hopefully, they'll love the idea as much as I do!

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