Writer- Felicia Rogers

I’m taking a break from writing prompts for a while. I wanted to do something more fun- guest posts!

Today Felicia Rogers is talking about her new book, a contemporary YA paranormal romance.

The Key smallBlurb:

Everyone else has fun in high school, but not Maddie Clevenger, the senior year’s dork. Orphaned and living with her grandmother in the nowhere town of Coal Creek, she keeps her head down, her hair over her eyes, and herself as far away from the cheerleaders as possible… until she bumps into the cute new guy and he literally sends an electrical shock up her arm. Is it possible for a dork to fall in love at first jolt?
Air Force brat Chase Donovan has moved from town to town forever, but now Dad’s retired and promising they’ll stay put for a while, so maybe he can get to know some of the Coal Creek girls. He couldn’t care less about the cheerleaders, but there’s something so vulnerable about Maddie, the shy girl with the beautiful jade eyes. Chase just knows taking care of her is his calling in life… but when bizarre, murderous flying monsters begin stalking her, he wonders if he is the key to solving her problem, and what it will cost him to protect her.

The Key, Secret Defenders, Book 1

How did the idea for The Key come about? Read on…

How should I begin? The Key is a novel with multiple layers. Everything from the names to the descriptions, to the umm, creatures, have double meanings. Some are easy to catch, some are not. But I’m getting ahead of myself. I should probably start at the beginning.

The Key is a Young Adult paranormal romance that was conceived of at my kitchen table over a span of two weeks. Like most novels it started with one thought — a girl who refused to date a guy with an ugly truck. The thought has little to do with the actual plot of the novel, but we all need a spring board, right?

Maddie Clevenger is alone. Her parents have died and she doesn’t seem to fit in anywhere. Coal Creek High is no different. Two months into school and she still doesn’t have a locker. She is basically invisible, at least until two new kids show up. Dougal and Chase. They are as different as night and day. They are like two sides of the same coin. One dark, handsome, and mysterious and the other light, handsome, and well, mysterious.

But you have to understand, Maddie Clevenger isn’t just some random girl without a purpose. She isn’t the class dork as she believes. No, she has a purpose. A purpose that has been passed down. A burden she must bear. Question is, how will she handle it?
Buy links:
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B015I6KL6I
Barnes and Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/key-felicia-rogers/1100076666?ean=2940150894846
Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/578255

About Felicia:

Felicia RogersFelicia Rogers is an author of multiple novels and novellas. When she’s not writing, Felicia volunteers with the Girl Scouts of America, teaches at a local homeschooling group, hikes, and spends time with her family.

To find out more information about Felicia Rogers visit the sites below. She loves hearing from her readers.

Website: http://www.feliciarogersauthor.weebly.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FeliciaRogersAuthor
Email: feliciarogersauthor@yahoo.com
Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/feliciarogers


Cover Reveal- Tales of Christmas in the South

Tales of Christmas in the South

Tales from Christmas in the South - High Resolution

Release Date: October 1, 2015
Blurb: Tales of Christmas in the South, is a collection of three short stories. All three stories reflect different aspects of the holiday season. Enjoy laughter, tears, and the magic of Christmas in one volume.
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Tales of Christmas in the South is available from Amazon. $0.99

Includes the never before published, Miniature Desires. Spinster Ms. Stallworth has a hard time with the modern world. Bombarded with tacky blowup Santas and inconsiderate children, she dreams of being part of the Christmas village she displays each holiday season.
The Christmas Gift, is a bittersweet Christian short story of love and loss. Laurel faces the first Christmas without her husband. In her search for decorations she discovers a gift left by her deceased husband.
What holiday season is complete without fruitcake? The Fruitcake, is a humorous short story about the dreaded holiday classic. Retirement’s not what Robert expected. His wife feeds him twigs and is afraid of mailbox bombs. If that’s not enough a fruitcake shows up on his doorstep. Fruitcakes may be a Southern tradition, but it’s one Robert can do without. Find out how he deals with the holiday classic.
Tales of Christmas in the South is a quick read just in time for the Christmas season.




Fall Book Sale


Clean Indie Reads is having a Fall Book Sale. I love a book Sale.

The Sale will run from September 23 to September 27.Clean Indie Reads is a group of writers who write flinch-free fiction. Genres include: children’s, fantasy, sci-fi, mystery, women’s literature, and more.

Some books are free others are inexpensive. Hurry, this sale won’t last forever.


Sunday Row80

It’s that time again. I think this is our last Sunday Check-in. Some of my goals will have to move over to the next round. It’s been another busy week. We had a few days of temps in the upper 80s and low humidity. It was wonderful. It didn’t last, we were back up to mid 90s and lots of humidity.  Still waiting for Fall. On with my goals. Be sure to check here and leave a word of encouragement to the other bloggers.


  1.  Edit/review 4 chapters of my WIP per day. I must check for head hopping and rushing the scene. I did make progress, but I’m still about 8 chapters behind.
  2. Be more social online. I’ve become a bit of a hermit. Comment on 4 blogs a week. Check.
  3. Critique one story a week on Critique Circle. Not yet. I need to critique one by Wednesday. There’s a new crop up, should be something new to read.
  4. Do the prep work for a new Halloween story stirring around in my brain. I have no clue how to measure that. What kind of trouble can a group of teens get into in a small town on Halloween? Oh, there’s a cranky old lady with the police on speed dial.
  5. Get a post office box so my address doesn’t show up on mail chimp. Not yet.
  6. Participate more on author facebook groups. Stop lurking. Again how do I measure that.  Check.
  7. Write a promotional post for my new release.
  8. Write a guest post for my new release. If anyone is interested in helping read this. Thanks Denise for proofreading.
  9. Have new photos taken for promotion-maybeDone!
  10. Learn to like marketing. HA!
  11. Turn in daily assignments for Story Arc class on time. Today is the last day of class. My brain hurt by the time I finished yesterday’s assignment. I have revisions that need to be made in my WIP and as I get to them in goal #1, I will make the changes. A big part of the ending needs to be rewritten.
  12. Learn the rules to volleyball. My oldest is on the school team and I’m almost clueless. Nada. At this point it’s not happening. The season ends on the 3rd. I did learn some of the rules. I’m just not fluent in volleyball.
  13. Scare my kids with Festus, the stuffed rat. Festus needs help. These kids are a tough bunch.
  14. Decorate for Halloween.  Done!