Episode 96 – Blayne Cooper

shortheader.jpgOOOH! How excited are we?! Well, pretty damn excited. One of our very favorite authors is making her comeback with a fantastic new novel. That’s right, Blayne Cooper joined us to talk about her upcoming mystery, A Dark Horse. I honestly have to say that this has been one of my very favorite shows of all time. We had a lovely time with Blayne and the audience was just fantastic. I don’t think I could have asked for more. And I think I speak for Andy, too. Because, well, I do that sometimes…

Be sure to stay tuned until the end so you can figure out what to do in order to get entered to win one of two ebook copies of A Dark Horse, which will be released around the end of March. Leave your answer in the comments no later than February 6th to be eligible to win.

Sit back, relax, and enjoy the show!

7 responses to “Episode 96 – Blayne Cooper”

  1. I had a fun time. I’m looking forward to A Dark Horse. How many names can I suggest? I can think of at least a half dozen. I’d like to see a character named Rue or Penny in Blayne’s next book. or Aurora and Fairiewell (parents were hippies)

  2. well, with your issues with recalling names, how about Jane Doe (I was going to suggest Dane Joe, but then the male name thing came up). On the other hand, I love creating names–if you want something with a fantasy type theme, how about Sarisha? For just regular world names, how about something like Lydia or Sally Sue?

    Anyway, very enjoyable chat. Looking forward to the new book.

  3. Awesome show! Can I suggest that each author from now on provides the information about who they were thinking of when they designed the characters looks? I keep on having Xena and Gabrielle in my head, no matter what I read. They might have short or long hair, but it’s still those two.
    As a name I suggest Frida.

  4. Instead of exotic or unique names, what is wrong with Judy or Heather? I have to admit I am fascinated by the list of the least popular names of the last 100 years. 😊

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