We asked Amber Kizer, author of WILDCAT FIREFLIES, to give us her Top Ten Supernatural Creatures. Here's the scoop!
TOP TEN SUPERNATURAL BEINGS
(in no particular order...maybe!)
|God's right hand never looked so good!|
Gods and Goddesses
|Yes, he is a god!|
|With a KILLER smile!|
Shape Shifters and Were People
|Two Generations of Were-Hunks!|
|How could he NOT be a favorite!|
Witches and Wizards
|The Creme de la Creme of Witches and Wizards!|
(there’s something not-of-this world about tapping into story and sharing that with others in a way they feel it)
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Who are your top Supernatural Beings?
Title: WILDCAT FIREFLIES
Author: Amber Kizer
pub: July 12, 2011
genre: Teen Fiction/Paranormal
Meridian Sozu is a Fenestra—the half-human, half-angel link between the living and the dead. She has the dark responsibility of helping souls transition safely into the afterlife. If people die without the help of a Fenestra, their souls are left vulnerable to be stolen by the Aternocti, a dark band of forces who disrupt the balance of good and evil in the world and cause chaos.
Having recently lost her beloved Auntie—the woman who showed her what it meant to be a Fenestra—Meridian has hit the road with Tens, her love and sworn protector, in hopes of finding another Fenestra. Their search leads them to Indiana, where Juliet, a responsible and loving teenager, works tirelessly in the nursing home where she and several other foster kids are housed. Surrounded by death, Juliet struggles to make a loving home for the younger kids, and to protect them from the violent whims of their foster mother. But she is struggling against forces she can't understand . . . and even as she feels a pull toward the dying, their sickness seems to infect her, weighing her down. . . .
Will Meri and Tens find Juliet in time to save her from a life of misery and illness? And will Meri and Tens' own romance weather the storms of new discoveries?