#BadMoonRising The Emissary #3: Love Hurts by Marcia Meara #paranormal #angels

I’ve been sharing Teri Polen’s fun October guest series, Bad Moon Rising, all month, and now, I’m excited to announce her guest today is … ME! 😀 I do hope you’ll stop by to check out my post, and as always, will then pass it along for others to see, as well. Thanks so much, and my heartfelt thanks to Teri for inviting me to participate this year! 🙂 ❤

Books and Such

This is my first time welcoming today’s author to Bad Moon Rising, but I’m betting most of you know her. If you don’t, this is a perfect opportunity to meet her and become acquainted with her wonderful novels. She has a distinct talent for creating characters that stick with you long after finishing the book (Rabbit stole my heart!). She also has the best answer I’ve seen regarding having a loaded gun versus a car that wouldn’t break down in a horror movie. Welcome Marcia Meara!

Thanks so much for having me here, Teri. This is my first time participating in Bad Moon Rising, but I hope it won’t be my last. Today, I’ll be sharing The Emissary 3: Love Hurts, my recently released wrap up of an angelic trilogy. While decidedly paranormal, it’s not quite so scary as many others have shared, but that’s okay. It’s still full…

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10 thoughts on “#BadMoonRising The Emissary #3: Love Hurts by Marcia Meara #paranormal #angels

    • No need to apologize at all, Sue. With all we have on our plates, none of us can keep up the way we’d like. I’m always amazed at how well we actually do, frankly. And I’m happy to see you whenever you can find a moment to drop by! Thanks!! 🙂

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    • I suspect that might depend on your point of view. This series does deal with angels, but there’s no actual dogma of any kind involved. All my books, whether involving overworked angels, or regular ol’ folks, have the redemptive power of love as a main theme. But I guess I think of something more spiritual for the actual category of Inspirational work. I’ll certainly look into it, though, and thanks for the suggestion, Cage. I appreciate it. (If you get a chance to read this little trilogy, you might have a better feel for if the category would really be a good fit. Just sayin’ … 😀 😀 😀 )

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        • Good to know. I really need to address ALL my categories. I know there are ways to refine them for the best possible results, but just haven’t had the time to do it. I’ll make a note of Inspirational for this one. (Azrael as I’ve written him can certainly inspire his emissaries to walk a straight and narrow line, even if he sometimes has to brandish a flaming sword! 😉 )

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          • Azrael isn’t the main character. The MC is the one who inspires based on his gift from Azarael. That’s where the inspiration comes from in terms of category – an ordinary man who does these things, someone the reader can aspire to.

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            • I was really just making a joke about how impressive Azrael can be, especially if he’s been angered. Sorry. (But just the same, I’m not going to be the one to tell Azrael he isn’t the main character. Nope. Not me. I’ll let Dodger tell him. 😀 )

              I do feel that Jake and Dodger have been recruited by Azrael for this job, and his teachings have inspired them, and they could, in turn inspire others, except that in the story, they can never let others know of their work. They can’t interfere with free will, and mortals aren’t supposed to know that they’ve been nudged (influenced) in any way. I think their characters are somewhat inspirational, except that mortals don’t have these extra powers the emissaries have been gifted with. So there are some gray areas there.

              I know inspiration doesn’t belong to any one group or religion or artform, etc. But as an Amazon Category, I haven’t been thinking of it as being that broad. I’ll definitely be checking into it, though. And thanks for pointing out that I’ve been overlooking it. I’ve made a note of it. 😀

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