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Book Title: Bred by the Troll (Reluctant Monster Breeding)|
The author of the book: Clea Kinderton
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Edition: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Date of issue: December 5th 2013
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While hunting witches, Gretchen stumbles across a monster of a different sort: a large, powerful troll. An unsuccessful attempt to dispatch the beast forces Gretchen into an awkward position: the troll has decided that, rather than kill her and eat her, he'd like to breed her. Powerless to resist, Gretchen quickly realizes that failing to kill the brute was the best mistake she's ever made.
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Read information about the authorJo: Clea, tell us about yourself.
Clea: I write dirty stories. Are you going to eat this?
Jo: No, go ahead. Tell us about your stories.
Clea: I don't think they'd like that much. This is sort of a family friendly place. I think these donuts are stale.
Jo: Just don't be explicit. Just give us an idea.
Clea: Well, they're kind of weird.
Jo: Weird? In what way?
Clea: Supernatural. Fantastic. I watch a lot of B horror movies. I read a lot of fantasy. And, you know, my mind wanders...
Jo: So you don't write a lot of mainstream stuff? Billionaires, bikers. That kind of thing.
Clea: They tell you to write what you know. I don't know any billionaires. I'm not even sure I remember what a hundred dollar bill looks like. Though I did once ride on a motorcycle. Really fast. The guy kept saying he hoped we wouldn't hit a rabbit. :: shudders ::
Jo: But you write about orcs and centaurs and mermen. You don't know any of those, do you?
Clea: Clearly we move in different circles. How old is this coffee?
Jo: About an hour. So why should anyone read your stories?
Clea: My English teacher asked me the same question, once. This coffee is terrible. :: makes a face ::
Jo: Can you answer the question?
Clea: Right. Well, because I care about the stories, I guess. I write about what I love. I love my characters, and I take their stories seriously. My stories usually have a lot of action and mystery and suspense in them. I think the part of my brain that understands genre conventions is broken, and that puts some people off, but a lot of people seem to like the stories anyway. I like dialog, and conflict, and humor, and surprises. And Easter eggs, of course.
Jo: Easter eggs?
Clea: Yeah. They're all connected. The stories. Shared universe. I read a lot of comic books when I was a kid.
Jo: Well that's ... interesting. Thank you for your time, Clea.
Clea: No problem. Thanks for having me, Jo. Say, uh ... could you maybe give me a lift? I seem to have misplaced my bus pass...
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