Tristan MacLeod Interviews Jessie!

Hey everyone! Well, as part of the Are You a Dragonista Blog Hop, I came up with something special for you all! Tristan didn't exactly volunteer to do this, but I'm one of the few people who can make him do it. After all, his future is in my hands…

So I present to you Tristan, one of my sexy British dragon-shifters, interviewing me. I hope you hang around till the end since I have some prizes for you to win!

Well, here we go:

Tristan: When did you decide that dragons were the best kind of shifters?

Jessie: I never said they were the best kind…

::Tristan grunts and says:: Let’s assume they are. When did you start fancying them?

Jessie: Well, when I was a teenager, I started reading Anne McCaffrey’s Dragonriders of Pern series and fell in love with both her dragons and her world.

Tristan: But those ridiculous creatures breathed fire and allowed humans to ride them. I’m glad you saved Stonefire from suffering those embarrassments.

Jessie: I figured that fire-breathing dragon-shifters would be a little too threatening and would scare the humans off. After all, I needed some of them to like you.

Tristan: Now that I think of it, fire would’ve been better. Then we could’ve chased off the dragon hunters.

Jessie: But what about Melanie? If you lot could breathe fire, then I highly doubt any human government would’ve set up the sacrifice system, which means you never would've met Melanie Hall.

Tristan: How about we move on.

::Jessie fights a smile and nods.::

Tristan: Right. While nothing can compare to we dragon-shifters, you also write about elemental magic users and wolf-, cougar-, and bear-shifters. Care to explain why?

Jessie: Well, I grew up reading a lot of fantasy and science fiction, so there are a lot of influences there. As for all of my stories, I love creating new worlds. My degree in anthropology has helped a lot when it comes to fleshing out the details.

Tristan: That’s right, you went to university in England. Why you would leave here and go back to the land of the Yanks, I’ll never understand.

Jessie: Now, now. I know you don’t much care for the dragon clans living in the United States, but there’s no reason to blame the whole country for their somewhat rude behavior. You’re not angels yourselves, Tristan.

::Tristan stands up: If you're going to insult my clan, then it's time for me to leave.

Jessie: It's not an insult if it's the truth, Tristan MacLeod. Melanie would agree with me. Just ask her yourself.

Tristan: Right. I think I'll go looking for my human female and try to convince her just how good I can make her feel. She'll agree to anything after a few orgasms.

::Tristan leaves without another word::

Jessie: Well, he’s not the most sociable of people with strangers, especially when they're watching him, so I’m impressed he stayed this long. ::looks to the audience:: I hope you enjoyed the behind-the-scenes peek into me and my worlds! And if you want more of Tristan and haven’t yet read Sacrificed to the Dragon, then make sure to check it out! The more you read of Tristan, the more he’ll warm up to you, I promise!


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16 thoughts on “Tristan MacLeod Interviews Jessie!”

    1. In exchange for a vial of dragon’s blood (that can cure all kinds of diseases), a woman has to live with a dragon-shifter clan for six months to try to conceive a child. 🙂 I decided to turn the old “sacrifices” into something a lot less bloody…

  1. Thank you Tristan and thank you Jessie for taking the time to share with us today and making me smile and even giggle a bit 🙂

  2. Part 1. I enjoyed your book so much that I have told all my friends that they need to read it. You bring pleasure in to your readers. You will always have a place in my world. It seems humor will help us get through the day.

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