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Guest Post by Author Chrys Fey

This is a first for Stephanie's Studio. Please welcome Chrys Fey, who is our guest blogger for today. I met up with Chrys in April during the A to Z Challenge. With that challenge, bloggers posted every day of April on a topic built around the alphabet letter of the day. I'm not sure how I came across Chrys' blog. Perhaps it was through our mutual groups on She Writes. Immediately upon discovering her blog Write with Fey I was struck by the depth and breadth of her posts. Very generously, practically everyday, she posts helpful hints for writers. Her posts are informative, entertaining and engaging. You can tell she's beloved in the blogosphere because numerous people comment on her posts on a daily basis. If you're into writing, I highly recommend you visit her blog.

What Chrys and I have in common is not only our passion for blogging. We are also both authors. She has been prolifically publishing suspenseful novels. One of the groups she created on She Writes which I am a member of is Paranormal and Supernatural Writers. She daringly goes into the paranormal and supernatural in her thrillers. I love those genres, thus I wanted to feature and support her work here today, to coordinate with the release of her new book "30 Seconds." Without holding the floor any longer, here's the guest post by Chrys.



Hi, everyone! This is Chrys Fey. My newest release, 30 Seconds, is now available! A big thank you to Stephanie for having me on her blog today.

At the heart of all of my stories is romance. From Hurricane Crimes, which is full of suspense, to my supernatural-thrillers, there is always an underlying plot devoted to the wonders of love. I just can’t write a story without the romance element. It’s as important in my suspense and thrillers as action scenes.

I believe this comes from my love for...well...love. I started reading Danielle Steel at a young age, and after I read my first Nora Roberts’ book she became my invisible mentor. The love in their stories inspired me and impacted my writing forever. I’ve never had the type of love they write about, or even the type of love I write about, and that’s why I do it. We all long to feel love, but we may not get it or experience the type of romance we hope for. The act of writing romance into all of my stories lets me live it in some small way. And I hope the same can be said for those who read my stories.



Blurb:

When Officer Blake Herro agreed to go undercover in the Mob, he thought he understood the risks. But he's made mistakes and now an innocent woman has become their target. He's determined to protect her at all costs.

The Mob's death threat turns Dr. Dani Hart's life upside down, but there is one danger she doesn’t anticipate. As she's dodging bullets, she's falling in love with Blake. With danger all around them, will she and Blake survive and have a happy ending, or will the Mob make good on their threat?


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30 Seconds is her second eBook with The Wild Rose Press. Her debut, Hurricane Crimes, is also available on Amazon.

Discover her writing tips on her blog, and connect with her on Facebook. She loves to get to know her readers!

Join Chrys Fey Online: 
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 Write With Fey Blog
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Bio
Chrys Fey is a lover of rock music just like Dani Hart in 30 Seconds. Whenever she's writing at her desk, headphones are always emitting the sounds of her musical muses -especially that of her favorite band, 30 Seconds to Mars, the inspiration behind the title.

Comments

  1. Thank you so much for having me on your blog today, Stephanie! And for your kind intro. Yours words made my day. Thank you so much!! :)

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    1. It's a pleasure to have you Chrys! As people comment, I'll open up the floor to you to respond. Have fun!

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  2. well, I've already congratulated Chrys, I just wanted to add, the picture of the dancer in the sunset is fantastic, who made that?

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    1. Thanks for stopping in E.E. I love that photo too. Don't know who the photographer is. It's royalty-free, is all I know.

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