Friends! You really must read CHASING ALLIECAT. If you are a fan of mysteries or sports (in this case, competitive biking) or *strong* character voices, this book is for you. The action is swift, the love triangle is sweet, and it’s a great ride (ha ha, I made a pun).
Disclaimer: I am biased as all hell about Becky and her book. She is a dear-to-my-heart longtime friend and one of my critique partners, and she’s with my fabulous publisher Flux (they have good taste, huh?). However, I am not the only one who loves this book. And you will love it too. Read the reviews (a bunch!) and order the book here.
Here is the book trailer.
AND (finally), here is why BFD (Big eFfing Deal, Becky Fjelland Davis)is an Outlaw:
–Who’s your most outlaw character (in any book)–why?
The guy who beat up Father Malcolm in Chasing AllieCat. Why, besides obvious reasons? He has no moral compass and lives only for himself.
–Are you an outlaw too? How do you know?
Only concerning the church. Flaubert said, “Be regular and orderly in your life, so that you may be violent and original in your work.”
–What kind of shoes does your outlaw wear (you or your character–maybe outlaw boots?)?
Shit-kickers. Interpret that as you will.
--Pirate, ninja, nerd, other outlaw title for you/your character:
Horse rustler (not that I’ve written about horses yet).
–Best thing about being an outlaw:
Following your instincts and heart, not rules or morès.
–Favorite outlaw/badass food:
Lip-blistering, sweat-inducing curry. Either red or green.
–Favorite outlaw/badass role model/why:
Gus and Call in Lonesome Dove. They’re heroes more than outlaws, but they start the story by rustling horses. Heroes outside the law. LOVE them.
Official release date is Feb 8, which is SOON. Put it on your calendar!