Shéa MacLeod once told her mother she wished life was more exciting. It was only later she realized you should be careful what you wish for. Her adventures have led her from the Scottish Highlands to the shores of Maui. She’s tried belly dancing and samba. She’s been a soap maker and candy seller. She even tried her hand at massage therapy. And she knows how to milk a goat. Shéa is the author of urban fantasy post-apocalyptic scifi paranormal romances with a twist of steampunk.
‘The strength of the vampire is that people will not believe in him.’ (Garrett Fort)
When I was writing the first draft of Paperweights/Glass Flowers two years ago, I had constructed a crucial scene where the protagonists are chased through a forest at the risk of death.