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September 2006 Issue

 

I Need My "Space"
Spotlight on Futuristic/Science Fiction Romance

Special Features

Publisher Spotlight: Aphrodite's Apples


Angela Verdenius

Born in Victoria, Australia, my childhood was spent in a variety of places, both in towns and the outback.  Now settled in Western Australia, I work as a nurse.  A love of animals has me involved in animal welfare, and certainly explains why the cats hog my bed and the hot water bottle!

Reading has always been my escape, writing my dream.  Horror, myths, legends, fantasy and history – there are no limits to the wonders to be found.  And romance?  Well, that adds the spice, hope and happiness ever after.


An Interview with Angela Verdenius

PNR: Welcome back Angela, when we last spoke with you in 2003, HEART OF AN OUTLAW, the first book in the 'Heart and Soul' series had just been released from Wings ePress, and you have been very busy since then. Could you tell readers what you have been up to?

Angela V.:  Ohhhh, well <g>… There have been 10 released in the Heart & Soul series so far, with another two contracted for release in Dec 2006 and June 2007, and I am now writing book 13 in the series.  They are all at Wings ePress, available in print and ebook.

I was also privileged to write book 3 in a five book sci-fi series 'The Garrison', each book written by a different author, and available from Triskelion. Ebook now, print in Feb 2007.  My particular book is called 'The Garrison: Catwalk'.

Apart from that, I've moved websites (which I continuously play with LOL), have just started a monthly newsletter, co-write a blog with other authors of fantasy, sci-fi, futuristic and paranormal romance (Star Crossed Romance) and have just joined Reader's Station, a website with a variety of writers and their books featured.

I have a couple of other books on the back burner that are not related to my series, too.

PNR: Are you able to write as much as you would like? Tell us about your writing schedule.

Angela V.: I wish I could write more!  When I work (I work nights), I get up at 3pm, download emails, answer what I can, go for a walk, cook tea, then come back out and write for about an hour before I have to leave for work.

When I'm not working, I try to get in five or more hours of writing a day.  Summer is easy, I can write all night with no problems, but winter gets SO COLD!!!

PNR: Which author(s) is your favorite? And who has most influenced you work?

Angela V.:  Okay, that's hard!  LOL There are so many.  Laurell K Hamilton, Christine Feehan, Janet Evanovich, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Kelley Armstrong, Kim Harrison, JR Ward, and Jim Butcher, to name a few off the top of my head.

The strongest influence?  Would have to be LKH. From reading her books, I've learned not to back away from scenes I would never have considered writing. Oh yeah, and Janet Evanovich showed me it was okay for my characters to goof up <g>. But I think they've all taught me a bit…

PNR: Where did the idea for the 'Heart and Soul' series come from?

Angela V.: It started with Heart of an Outlaw, and when I started writing it, I never thought of even having a series.  It came about when I found the sister, Reya, so interesting, and wrote her story.  Then the cousin, Dana, intrigued me, then I just had to write about Kiile, the Argon, and..It sort of snowballed LOL.

PNR: How do you develop your story ideas? What do you feel are the essential elements of a great story?

Angela V.:  I develop my ideas by day dreaming a lot. Music inspires me. I get an idea, jot it down, then when I walk, drive, etc, I think about my characters - even in the shower, which is where a lot of bright ideas hit me!  Must be something to do with running water LOL.  I have images, and I know I need a main focus, so by this stage I sit down and plot, writing it down as I do so.

Essential elements of a great story…a strong heroine (or wily one), a strong hero, compassion, true to their character,  they need to be how they’re portrayed, an intriguing plot happening, some good hot love scenes in appropriate places <g>, chemistry between the lead couple, and genuinely interesting story overall.  The characters need to be carried forward by their actions, words and circumstances. And I think side characters need to be interesting, too.

PNR: For readers who are not familiar with your 'Heart and Soul' series, could you give us an overview?

Angela V.:  It's a series set in a galaxy of the future.  The majority of it happens in the Outlaw and Lawful Sector, with the characters (men and women) coming from all walks of life - mercenaries, soldiers, assassins, traders, space pirates, outlaws, security, bounty hunters, witches, alien, etc.

The paths of a couple will cross for whatever reason, whether in conflict or other, and their backgrounds and missions will mesh with the plot to guide the storyline along.  Side characters support the plot, hero and heroine

Some have likened it to a space-style Indiana Jones. LOL - hey, even I was impressed with that!  I liken it to simply two intriguing people from vastly different backgrounds, facing seemingly impossible odds, and coming through it together.  The journey is the exciting part, however sensual or violent it may be.

PNR: You have recently released book 10 of your popular 'Heart and Soul' series; can you tell us about the challenges of keeping a long running series and its characters fresh for readers?

Angela V.:  One of the main challenges is keeping the time line!  I nearly made a huge mistake and only realized just in time LOL.  That's when I started keeping a time line.

The challenge of a long running series is fun, because side characters always prove to be so enticing, with the hint of a story to be told, and usually the intrigue is there for me partway through a story.

Keeping characters fresh, I try to make each character an individual.  They need to reflect what they are portrayed as, and each has their own particular background that has influenced them, and made them what they are.  So it's finding a plausible reason for them being who they are, and acting as they do.

PNR: Could you tell us a little about the development of the key characters in the series? Which of your characters was your favorite to write? The most challenging?

Angela V.:  Development of key characters is always intriguing on its own.  I usually have an idea of the main character, especially if the main character happens to be a side character in another book, but sometimes a complete new character comes along, and there's a new challenge.  The full growth of the character will often happen while I write the story.

Reya from Soul of a Mercenary was one of my favorite characters to write, as she was such a tortured soul, so cold and unyielding, yet so torn up inside. 

The most challenging would have to be the heroine and hero I'm writing about now!  Elyse is an ex-pirate, ex-prisoner, part mutant, and once a crew member of Sonja's crew (space pirate from Heart of the Forsaken).  She has appeared briefly in several books since, and there is always an air of mystery about her.  She has never said much, she thinks a lot, and no one is quite sure what makes her tick.

Shaque is a bounty hunter, and he and Elyse have unfinished business between them.  Namely that of trying to kill each other in Heart of the Forsaken.  He is so cold and reserved, and has never said much either. 

Having two characters like that, with unfinished business and neither talking much, has proven to be a HUGE challenge!  LOL  Especially as they need to talk to each other, so it's making what they say count.  No really idle chit-chat.

PNR: An epic series such as “Heart and Soul” requires extensive world-building; please tell us about the challenges you face?  How much research is involved?

Angela V.:  I could try and impress you all by saying I comb through research for hours, but to be truthful, a lot of it is from my own imagination LOL.  I do read a lot of true stories of the unexplained, and watch horror and sci-fi movies, so maybe that helps <g>. 

Of course, going by imagination means that I have to find something fresh, without risking making things too much alike.

Soul of a Witch was a real challenge, as it was my first foray into the mystical.  I spoke at great length to a good friend of mine, who is into crystals, auras, etc, so that combined with what I read helped me heaps.  (Thanks Jemma!) 

Challenges also come when I am tired, and just want to kick back.  When my characters bug me and won’t do as they should.  When I write myself into a corner, or know I need to do something new.  That's when a walk, drive, and showers help.  Oh yeah, and I HAVE to have music on! 

Music helps me focus, too.  I choose music that reflects the scene I'm trying to write, when I have a problem, otherwise I listen to different tunes - usually off the radio.  I'd be lost without my music.

I think another big bonus is that so many strange things are here on our own planet, that inspiration can come from any little thing that crosses our path.  You only have to watch some of the nature shows to see strange things!  LOL The world in itself is inspiring - mountains, hills, rivers, oceans, glaciers, insects, different cultures and traditions.  It's all there for us to take and use in our stories with a little twist.

PNR: Your recent release, SOUL OF THE FORGOTTEN, continues the “Heart and Soul” series with Liane and Borga's story; can you give us a sneak peak?

Angela V.: Love to!

Then Borga saw her. A tall wench, her stance straight and alert. She was looking towards someone else. Suddenly, as though sensing she was being watched, she looked up at the office.

Too far away to see her eye color, he nevertheless felt the direct regard. Her face was unreadable. For several seconds her gaze flitted between him and Simon, before coming back to rest upon his face.

Just as suddenly she turned away, and he followed her gaze to see a guard kick a man. Liane turned away, stopped, and closed her eyes.

"Shit!" Walcot swore.

“What’s wrong?” Simon queried. "You mean that bastard of a guard kicking that prisoner?"

"No, I mean nine four eight!' Walcot reached for the alarm button.

Bewildered, Simon and Borga looked at each other, then down into the prison yard.

Borga's mouth went dry.

Liane had a crowbar and had attacked the guard, knocking his laser away and crashing the crowbar across his forearms.

Behind her the prisoners wielded their hammers, picks and bars. From every direction, guards poured out into the yard.

Borga fastened his eyes on Liane. "You have to get her out of there, Walcot! Now!'

'Soon," Walcot said grimly. "Once a riot starts, all you can do is wait until it's over."

Borga ran to the door, only to find it locked. He slammed his shoulder against it, but the solid steel didn't give.

“It’s no use trying to get out,” Walcot informed him. “Security systems lock all offices. The windows are breakage proof.”

“Where’s the control to open the doors?” Simon demanded.

Walcot shook his head. "It's on a timer, for security purposes. All we can do is wait. Don’t worry, the riot won't be long."

Frustrated, Borga strode back to the window to stare out at the fighting below him.

It wasn't hard to spot Liane. At the front of the surging prisoners, she fought savagely, using the crowbar to disarm and hit the guards.

She didn’t fight with the skill that Borga and Simon were accustomed to seeing of the Reeka warrior women. Instead, she used brute strength, fighting her way through, deep into the guards, splitting their forces and weakening their defenses.

Skill nay, intelligence aye. But no amount of strength or intelligence could win over stun guns and lasers.

The battle was short and savage. Liane fought with the fury of a cornered animal, and lasted longer than many others against the brutal guards and their superior weapons. But her luck couldn’t hold out. Surrounded by guards, she was stunned several times and finally collapsed to the ground.

It wasn’t long before the last of the prisoners lay stunned or dead, the weaker ones fleeing to the far side of the yard.

Borga saw that Liane was one of the first to be dragged away, and fear filled him. "Where are they taking her?"

"To her normal place," Walcot replied calmly.

Frustrated, Borga glared at him. “When do these bloody security locks open?”

Walcot turned from the window. "Patience, Daamen. It will activate shortly, for the sensors will pick up that the fight is over."

Clenching his jaw, Borga looked back out of the window to watch the devastation below him. He noticed that the prisoner Liane had tried to rescue was being tossed carelessly onto a small pile of broken bodies, and he wondered if the prisoner had been her friend. If so, he was dead. He'd have to tell her--or mayhaps she already guessed.

Impatiently, he shifted his weight to his other foot. He wanted to be out of this accursed, dreary place with its hopeless souls. He caught the reflection of Simon’s grim visage in the window, and knew he felt the same.

"Do you have men to help transfer prisoner nine four eight to your ship?" Walcot broke the tense silence.

Simon folded his arms. "Aye. Several of my crew wait near the entrance. Why? Do you expect further trouble with Liane?" He emphasized her name deliberately.

Walcot gave a short, hard bark of unamused laughter. "These episodes do not, how shall we say, agree with her. She can be hard to handle."

Anger flickered through Borga. "Exactly what do you mean?"

"You'll find out." Walcot straightened as the door slid open. "Collect your men on the way to the solitary cells, Daamen. You'll need them."

The traders followed him out of the office, and down the corridor to the elevator that transported them down to ground level. The entrance to the prison was directly opposite the elevator, and Heddam and Findel awaited them, curiosity and a touch of alarm on their faces.

Findel stepped forward. "We heard the riot from here, but the guards assured us that you were safe.'

"Aye." Heddam scowled at a nearby guard, who stood his ground warily. 'They wouldn't let us seek you out."

Simon nodded. "The riot was quickly quelled."

Findel glanced past him. "Where's the lass?"

Walking past the giant traders, Walcot answered, "Prisoner nine four eight is on her way to solitary confinement, but trust me, the guards will not have her there yet."

“The cells are that far away?” Uneasily, Heddam looked around at the dreary, grey, stone walls.

"Not really. You'll see what I mean." Walcot opened a door to show steps leading down into the darkness beneath the earth.

Sputtering torches lit the way. It was bleak and dark, like a gaping hole into hell, from which the screams and shouts from the imprisoned in the dark depths echoed. The cackle and whine of the insane interspersed the hopeless sobs and cries.

But it wasn't the screams that made the icicles run down the traders backs. It was the howling, that of a trapped, tortured animal. Desperate. Panicked. Damned.

"Bloody hell.' Findel swallowed. "What's that?"

Walcot smiled grimly. "Can you not guess, Daamen?"

After several seconds, Borga swore savagely. "Lead us to her, damn you, Walcot! Now!"

Walcot's face hardened, but he turned and led the way down the steps, forced to hurry with the giant traders on his heels.

The steps stopped in a level passage that twisted and turned, stone cells with iron doors along it at intervals. From behind the doors came the sound of screams, silence and sobbing. The stench of excrement, blood and sour bodies filled the air, and Borga had to clench his teeth against the offensive odors.

He forgot the odors when they rounded a corner to show a well-lit passage.

"There she is," Walcot said calmly.

Borg'’s eyes widened in shock at the sight before him. His appalled friends stared.

A tall figure with a bag pulled over her head struggled against the chains that bound her. The four chains were held by four struggling, cursing guards.

The screams were muffled now, but still unmistakable. Wild. Feral. Desperate.

~ * ~

The iron manacles had snapped tight around her wrists, and the chains were pulled taut in the holds of two guards. Even stunned, they didn't trust her. Experience had proven that prisoner nine four eight recovered quickly, and was wild and savage when she did so.

She didn't disappoint them now, but never had she fought so savagely, so furiously. She clawed, punched and kicked out. A bag was pulled over her head and jerked tight around her neck. A neck collar had been snapped about her throat from which two chains fell. The chains were held in the clasps of two more guards.

With the chains they tried to control her, dragging her deeper into the bowels of the earth.

Blood spattered to the floor from the cut skin on her wrists, while several rivulets of crimson stained the plain, round neckline of her overalls.

No! No, they aren’t going to put me in the dark again! Buried alive in a chilly grave of a cell, away from the light!

Jerking and pulling on the chains that bound her, Liane could feel herself being dragged further down, closer to the pit and darkness.

Simply breathing was hard, the bag cutting off at least half of her oxygen. Her chest heaved, her heart pounding so hard she thought it would surely burst, splitting her chest wide open to pump her miserable, desolate life away on the floor of this hell hole.

And she wanted it to happen. She wanted to end the torment. She wanted to hurt and enrage the guards enough that they would lose control and beat her to death. Kill her.

She didn't hear the deeper curses, or the heavy thud of boots on the stone floor. Only the sudden slackening of the chains did she feel, enough so that when she pulled, she was taken unawares. Stumbling back against the wall, she fell jarringly to one knee.

But in a powerful, desperate bid for freedom, she pushed herself up, taking advantage of the looseness to hurtle forward.

Only to come to a crashing halt as she hit something bigger than she was, something hard and unyielding.

Two hands grabbed her upper arms, and a voice called to her urgently. “Steady, lass. Easy. ’Tis all right.”

Imprisoning hands that tried to stop her flight for freedom. She lashed out with her foot, roaring out her despair when she missed. Twisting desperately in the strong grip, she felt herself pushed back against the stone wall by a heavy body. He pressed into her, and he was so big and heavy it felt as though whoever it was could easily push her through the stone wall into the cell beyond it. Her wildly clawing hands were grabbed and forced above her head in a firm grip that, though not cruel, had a steely strength.

"Findel, help me get this bloody bag off her head!" Simon ordered, coming to stand beside Borga.

Using his weight to pin the wench to the wall, Borga watched Findel and Simon untie the strips at the base of the wench’s neck, and then they jerked the bag off.

He found himself gazing into pale violet eyes that burned wildly, and his heart sank. Was Liane insane? Had she gone mad, after all, while incarcerated in this man-made hell?

Walcot made sure he stood well back. "Now you know why I asked if you had men to help transfer her to your ship, Daamens. I'd advise keeping her in chains."

As Borga looked at the collar encircling her slender throat, and at the rivulets of blood that trickled over it, pity rose up in him. "Have the neck collar removed."

"That's not wise." Walcot frowned. "She'll be harder to control."

Borga gazed into the wench’s face. Scared eyes stared back at him, a desperate savageness in their unfathomable depths, and he could feel her straining against him. "Liane." He said her name softly, hoping for a spark of recognition in her eyes. "Liane, I've come to take you home."

She didn't hear him; panic still filling her, making the blood pound in her ears, in her veins, in her very throat. She looked to the side, a frantic glance up the passage towards the steps.

Towards the light.

PNR: What are you plans for the “Heart and Soul” series?

Angela V.: I estimate there will be about another four to six books in the series…at this stage LOL.  There may be a couple more than that.  There are still some intriguing characters to write about, stories that need to be told.  However, I do know the book and the characters that will be the final in the series…

PNR: You have written ten books in your “Heart and Soul” series and book 3 in “The Garrison” series from Triskelion Publishing, CAT WALK, all Futuristics; your niche definitely seems to be futuristic/sci-fi. What is it about this genre that captures your imagination?  Is there a genre you haven’t written but would like to try?

Angela V.: I love this genre because the only limits are the imagination.  You can do so many things with this genre, take it so far, mix in horror, action, humor, sensuality, sadness, exotic locations, bleakness, make it medieval style or high tech, or a mixture of both…there really is no limit to what you can do with this genre.  It's exciting!

PNR: In your opinion, what is it about the futuristic/sci-fi genre that seems to cross the traditional male/female reader boundaries? Do readers expect more or less romantic elements in this genre?

Angela V.:  I think it's because there’s space travel, dangers, space pirates, aliens, fights, romance - there’s a bit of everything for everyone.  I know I have male and female readers, which is totally awesome! 

Readers expecting more or less romance elements? I think it depends on the individual reader, and what they come to know of the author's style.  I do think they expect a little more of the unusual, and that's good (and how it should be).

PNR: Could you tell us about your current projects, what can readers expect to see in the coming months?  Any new series in the works?

Angela V.:  well, I have done a short story for an anthology, date still to be determined, but it is a humorous futuristic romance, and the anthology has been written by Australian romance authors, which is great!  (I live Down Under LOL).

I do have a fantasy that has been on the back burner for a couple of years now, as I find the series takes a lot of my time.  When that fantasy takes full shape, I don't know.

But I also have a grittier futuristic romance, more action, harder, more edgy, that I’ve played with.  Actually, I don’t know if it will end up strictly romance, I hope to have that finished by the end of next year at the latest.   I'll probably tackle it once I finish my current WIP.

And I do have another sci-fi series planned, but just how many books will be in that, I don't know <g>.

But coming are Love’s Beguiling Healer Dec 2006, and Heart of a Peacekeeper June 2007.

PNR: Thank you Angela, for taking time out to talk to us. Where can readers find out what’s new and how can they contact you?

Angela V.: I have my website: www.angelaverdenius.com

A monthly newsletter: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/angelaverdenius

Am co-writer of a sci-fi/futuristic/paranormal/fantasy blog:

www.star-crossedromance.blogspot.com

and I also have a page on Reader’s Station: www.readersstation.com

Readers are always welcome to email me at angela@modnet.com.au

Thank you for the opportunity of sharing some of my thoughts!  It's been fun!

 
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HEART OF A TRAITOR - Military traitors are flogged, branded, and left for the outlaws.... Disgraced ex-sniper Oriel finds herself falling for her rescuer, the dangerously handsome Daamen trader, Jase. But no one is as they seem, a dark plot draws her ever inward, the law is closing in -- and she's neck-deep in treason.

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SOUL OF A WITCH - In a bid to save a boy's soul from powerful dark forces, a famous witch and a notorious pirate must unite. Together they will face the mysteries of the unknown, and an inheritance of powers untapped. But will it destroy Beulah and Sinyas' growing love?

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HEART OF THE FORSAKEN - The sins of the creator... The coldblooded pirate highjacked his ship, but Red didn't expect Sonja to highjack his heart, too. Now she was in danger, he wouldn't let her go. A legacy of evil explodes in violence and blood...who will live, who will die...who will love the Forsaken?

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LOVE'S BEWITCHING THIEF - All Lysie did was steal the handsome Argon's jewels - twice. She hadn't bargained on being trapped on his ship.

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SOUL OF A HUNTER - One savage night, and the rest of Sabra's life was spent with vengeance burning in her soul. She knew the killer, but who were the extra players in a growing mystery?

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LOVE'S SWEET ASSASSIN - To discover the identity of his enemy, Kiile first had to loosen the tongue of the assassin -- a short, sassy and most outrageous wench.

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HEART OF THE BETRAYED - Betrayed by the one man who should have protected her, the Reeka warrior will entrust her love to no man. Garret will risk everything to win her love. Loyalty makes Dana follow her betrayer into a country split by hate. Love will make the Daamen trader follow her - even into chains.

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SOUL OF A MERCENARY - Warrior, mercenary danger and death follow her, but insanity is Reya's most threatening companion, for a dark secret consumes her soul.

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