Saturday, September 21, 2013

Demon Days 5: Kursed by Elizabeth Mueller

Gothic outcast Talon Grey falls in love with geeky Thena Larsen, and he could only hope that she will still love him after he stumbles onto an ancient family curse that mutates him into a soul-eating demon.

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Elizabeth Mueller has found that losing herself in her writing helps find herself in real life. She discovered this piece of heaven at nine. At first, it was just a hobby until she hit the ripe old age of 34 when she discovered that she could actually publish the books she’d been escaping into! She is the mother of five very creative kids, two cats, two turtles, two fish, and a puppy named Amber. She really enjoys writing books that leave you feeling inspired, thoughtful, and hungry for more.

Darkspell YA Paranormal Romance is her first book. Watch for Kursed, Eros, Hidden, Rockstar, Baby's Breath, and more to come!

Interview . . .

What inspired you to write Kursed?

A blogger believing that my first book, Darkspell--also a YA Paranormal Romance--was written through the point of view of a guy! Yes, that means a 17 year old guy is telling his story on how an ancient family curse changed him. I had so much fun putting Talon through so much! 

What is your favorite part of writing? 

In Kursed, it was putting Talon Grey, the point of view character, through a meat grinder of problems! But in general, I really love it when the characters jump to life and take control of the story.

If you had to be a character in your own books, which character would you be? 

Oh, what a loaded question! I would have to say Athikah from my fantasy romance novel, Khandra's Mists. She's a powerful warrior with a few aliases and helps her enemy prince recapture his lost kingdom!

If you had to give "Kursed" a theme song, what would the song be?

Your Guardian Angel by Red Jumpsuit Apparatus! A deleted scene has Talon singing it out loud to Thena on his 18th birthday before everyone came to his rave. I wasn't sure if writing the lyrics in a published book was acceptable!


  1. Someone thought your main character in Darkspell was a dude? Always interesting how people interpret things, isn't it? Congratulations, Elizabeth!

  2. Love Elizabeth. So excited for this new book.