Deborah Panger Interview

Ester: Today I’m talking with Deborah Panger. Hi, Deborah! I want to know how long you have been writing professionally.

Deborah: Professionally, about three years.

Ester: What do you do for fun when you are not writing?

Deborah: I collect fairy figurines, cake decorate, and I love the social network on line. I also listen to music and am a huge fan of Bon Jovi. You could call me a groupie, I guess.

Ester: Do you write full-time or part-time?

Deborah: Unfortunately, I write part-time. I do work full-time to pay the bills.

Ester: I know how that is! Tell me about your latest release/releases.

Deborah: My erotic short story, SAJE, is available for download at www.wilderroses.com.
My blurb for SAJE: What could be worse than waking up lonely on May Day? Finding a naked male stranger with wings in your house.

That is exactly what Amanda Birchfield discovers when she stumbles out of bed to make her morning coffee. After rousing from a faint, Amanda learns her intruder, Saje, is a trinket-hoarding, seed-spreading bastard of a Woodland Fairy. And he’s brought her a room full of May Day Baskets in hopes she’ll trade a little pleasure.

Instead of fleeing for her life–or admitting herself to the local looney bin–Amanda is drawn to Saje’s scrumptious body and carefree spirit. But once the brief, but oh-so-satisfying sexcapade atop her dining room table is over, he refuses to leave. How will she get rid of him? Or, will she want to?

Ester: Now that sounds like a fun read! I know you’re working on something else, aren’t you?

Deborah: Yes, I’ve recently submitted another erotic short story, FIREFAE, to my editor. It’s about a fireman who is whisked away to the Fae Realm by a tiny wee female fairy who’s recently started the fire he’s just extinguished.

Here’s my blurb:
After extinguishing a brush fire, firefighter, Gunner Crews, wakes up to find himself in a miniature world of fairies and enslaved by Sera, the fiery temptress responsible for igniting the flames he and his team have just put out. Determined to return to his own world–not to mention size–Gunner’s plans of escape are dampened by the smoldering passion stirred to life by the lovely firebug. Can he fight the flames the Firefae ignites within him, or will he succumb to a firestorm too hot to resist?

Ester: I love that blurb! Do you have any appearances or book signings scheduled this year? And where are they?

Deborah: Only online. Coffee Time Romance and More will be hosting a contest for me, the entire month of November. Visit my site, www.deborahpanger.com often for updates.

Ester: Thanks, Deborah, I’ve enjoyed our chat today.

Deborah: Thanks for having me on your site, Ester. I’ve enjoyed being here. Take care everyone.

Ester: Deborah resides in Mississippi. You can leave a comment or question for her here, or you can reached her at:

www.deborahpanger.com or
Myspace: www.myspace.com/debbiemacklin or
Blog: http://deborahpanger.blogspot.com/

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2 Responses to Deborah Panger Interview

  1. joviangeldeb says:

    Hi, Ester. Thanks for having me on your blog. Happy Tuesday. 🙂
    take care,
    Deb

  2. Ester says:

    You're welcome! Let me know if you have any updates in the future.

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