Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Spotlight-Excerpts & Giveaway: BROKEN IN SILENCE by Katze Snow-Includes Author Q&A!


 Darkness is a pleasure to be desired…

Broken in Silence by Katze Snow

Series: (Demons and Wolves #1)

Genre:  Supernatural/Paranormal erotica

Publisher: Indie publishing
Release Date: March 18, 2017



Darkness is a pleasure to be desired…

Tannerian Wulfric is a leader—a strong alpha who bows to no-one, especially those who try to undermine his authority.

When an opportunity arises, he grabs it with both hands and lets nothing get in his way. Trouble is, his brother has been caught in the crossfire of glorious retribution, and Tanner is in need of assistance.

For many years, Alex Jonas has lived his life in peace. But when fate lands him in the hands of his ex-lover and alpha, he finds himself in the centre of a feud he never knew existed, and must immerse himself in ways he had never imagined. One chance encounter, one night, and everything comes crashing down around him. Alex must fight for his life while Tanner fights for one thing and one thing only—vengeance, which has never tasted sweeter.

Can Tanner avenge his family’s death without spilling more blood? Or will his inner demon tear apart everything he has worked for, and lose the man who owns his heart?

Warning: Contains strong use of language, violence, and graphic, erotic scenes which will require a cold shower to calm yourself down. Proceed with caution! HFN.


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Exclusive Excerpt #1

“You know something, I’ve always had a thing for men in uniform." That was what Tanner lived for. Breaking people apart. Using them to his advantage regardless of how many bodies piled up beneath him and he could no longer see the floor. A pawn was simply a means to win the game, and he knew he would keep going and use whichever pawn necessary until the game was over.


Exclusive Excerpt #2

He threw his suit jacket down onto the countertop behind and then began tugging at Alex’s red sweater and shirt. His d*ck hardened in his pants, aching to be released—to replace the memory—and guilt—of Tobias, and taste Tanner’s c*ck sliding into his mouth, down his throat, throbbing and slick with saliva… 


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About the Author

Katze Snow

Katze Snow never learned when to shut up. Food and coffee are what encourage Katze to function in a semi-normal, sort of socially acceptable way. Doses of sarcasm and sass are what she lives for, and her wolf, Kiba, who is Katze's little furbaby. She's been writing since she was a child, but finally published her debut novel, Alpha's Bane, in Autumn 2016.

While Katze also writes M/F, M/M is where her heart truly lies. Her writing is dark, gritty, and takes satire to a whole new level. Come and join her! But be warned: Katze likes her men dark, twisted and all kinds of f*cked up, and she hopes you do too.

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Author Q&A

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Katze Snow

-I’ve broken more bones than I count. The worst was my nose when I was 7 and I took a tumble off my bike onto a cobbled road. Y’ouch. I remember glancing into my mum’s bathroom mirror while my dad called an ambulance, and my entire lip overlapped my nose. I know. Eww!. Funny fact: the scar is shaped like a question mark. 

-For my day job, I’m actually a Civil Servant. Every minute of my life is dominated by politics (I also used to be a PA for a Minister), and I think this is reflected a lot in my writing; particularly through Zion City. As much as politics terrifies me, I also find it fascinating. I think I convey a lot of my political opinions through writing, especially the nitty-gritty class systems. I love understanding how the world function, why it is the way it is, and how I can make it a better place. 

-I’m a commitment phobe. There! I said it. Dating never interested me in high school and I’ve always been more career focused, plus it’s too much drama for me. I’m like a cat. Just pet me and bring me food… and leave me the hell alone! :D Lol.

-My best friend growing up was a white German Shepherd named Sasha. I still remember her birthday and the moment she fell asleep for the last time, all the birthday parties I threw her and adventures we went on. I was thirteen when she passed away, and so was she. I love Kiba but I will never forget Sasha. <3 font="" nbsp="">

-I’m the youngest of five and I have eight nieces and nephews! Yup. Christmas SUCKS. Big time. Lucky I love the little nippers. 

-I also quite recently watched someone take their last breath and I can honestly say that it changed me. The most horrifying moment I’d experienced with another person. I also have a massive fear of death and spiders. I’m convinced I’m secretly Ron Weasley. 

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Becoming a Published Author

-How BRUTAL editing would be. 

-Marketing. The one word that can completely destroy my mood. I despise editing. It kills my soul and drains all the colour of my life. (Okay. I’m also a slight hypochondriac, but still!) It has to be done, though. *cries* 

-How much I would love creating book covers with Jay Aheer at Simply Defined Art. Seriously. Jay can work magic and I look forward to every book cover idea we discuss. Every time I look at the cover, it’s the happiest feeling for me, so giddy and lovely and exciting. The book cover is the best part of publishing, in my opinion. 

-How much work goes into preparing your manuscript – such as formatting and uploading to Amazon and Create Space. Why can’t we just use one template and upload to all the platforms? Urgh. They’re so fiddly. 

-I also never understood how important it was to focus on positive feedback. Artists are notorious for paying attention to all of our negative reviews instead of the good ones. I’ve realised that it’s because we, as writers, want to improve our work. We want to progress in this amazing, complex, beautiful world of writing. So to improve, we read every one of our reviews. However, I’ve learned that even the best of authors get trolled now and again. So I now only focus on constructive reviews. By doing that, I’ve also managed to encourage myself to keep writing. 

Share 3 things you do before you start writing.


I need it to fuel my brain otherwise it doesn’t work. 

-Once I have coffee, I usually set my laptop somewhere spacious and clean, lay my notebooks and thesaurus next to it, and start to type. Usually, I reread small sections of what I wrote the previous time, just to refresh my memory, and then I kick my butt into writing mode. 

-*whispers* Facebook…

Gah! Okay, so sometimes I get distracted by Facebook. Other times I just downright procrastinate . But on a good day, I get coffee and then I do the thing. 

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1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for participating in the Broken in Silence Blog Tour ❤️