Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Cat Muldoon Reads the Prologue of Rue the Day: The Undercover Heir book 1

This is magical fantasy author Cat Muldoonhttp://catmuldoon.com/ reading the prologue of Rue the Day: The Undercover Heir, Book 1, a fantasy romance novel with LOTS of suspense. Images put you in the mood as she reads.

The prologue is where you learn that there is trouble in Faerie.

Sunday, January 27, 2008

Book Trailer, Rue the Day, The Undercover Heir Book 1 Fantasy suspense novel by Cat Muldoon

Poison, treachery, attempted murder, deceit - not quite what you would expect in the supposedly idyllic realm of Faerie, right? Well, that's what you have in Rue the Day: The Undercover Heir, Book 1 by Cat Muldoon. This suspenseful fantasy romance will keep you involved from start to finish.

Watch the trailer!


Saturday, January 26, 2008

The Story Lady Interviews Award Winning Author Cat Muldoon

This is an interview of Cat Muldoon. Wings ePress published my suspenseful fantasy romance Rue the Day: The Undercover Heir, Book 1 in May of 2007. This is a 15 minute audio interview that you may stream or download. Please have a listen, give us a 5 star rating and make the show a favorite. The Story Lady interviews a diffeent author each week.

Listen to the interview on InnerSpace LIVE Author Interviews here.

Cat Muldoon

Monday, January 21, 2008

Character Analysis of Aislinn, the Undercover Heir - Seventh Chakra

The Seventh Chakra is our spiritual connection.

This is so far out of the picture for Aislinn as the series begins, because too many of her concerns are about her physical and emotional well-being, but she already shows a concern for those around her, even though her world and her people are new to her.

Friday, January 18, 2008

Character Analysis of Aislinn, the Undercover Heir - Sixth Chakra

The Sixth Chakra is about intellect and intuition.

Aislinn is street-smart. She has no addictions but has lived with people who do. She understands well how to keep herself safe and using her intelligence to solve problems. Her intuitive gifts, natural among the Faerie folk, have been blocked, causing her to have a constant headache. Her well-developed skills of observation serve her well as she goes about trying to solve the mystery of her mother's coma, Cian's drugged behavior, and other mysteries of a world that is completely new to her.

Aislinn has learned very well how to adapt no matter where she finds herself. This serves her well in her new "home."

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Dyan Garris Interviews Cat Muldoon on Voice of the Angels Blog

I met Dyan Garris, author of Voice of the Angels books, music, and spiritual exploration cards during her virtual book tour (I virtually met her, that is). I immediately felt a kinship with her. Dyan's depth and caring come right through her words printed onscreen. She actually gets up at 4 AM to do a channeled message every day. That's amazing to me, who is a night owl!

Anyway, these are some of the things she asked me about on her blog:
spiritual beliefs
massage therapy
life experiences
characters talking to me
the difference between observation and intuition
and so much more.

I hope this entices you to check out my interview. She asked me some amazingly insightful questions, and I'll tell you, it took me a while to complete the interview.

Be sure to go to her website for your free angel card reading. The cards are simply gorgeous!

Hear Ronda Del Boccio, The Story Lady, interview Dyan Garris on InnerSpace LIVE! Author Interviews Friday, January 18th.

Monday, January 14, 2008

Character Analysis of Aislinn, the Undercover Heir - Fifth Chakra

The Fifth Chakra is about communicating one's truth.

Aislinn has managed to be a caring person despite her difficulties. She has a desire to be open with people even if she lacks the trust and ability. It is difficult for her to express her deepest feelings, but she makes the first baby steps to opening up during the first novel.

Gee, as I do this I realize what a mess she must seem like to someone who may be reading this who hasn't read the book.

She could have come out hard, but she is a likable person who does rise to the hero's challenge.

Despite all she's lived through, she does everything she can think of to help her mother, who is in a mysterious coma for most of the book. She is willing even to go against her better judgment to be of value to her people.