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Lucy Trilogy Book 1

Winged Series Book 11

L.M. Pruitt

Genre: Urban fantasy/paranormal romance

Publisher: SP Press

Date of Publication: July 26

Word Count: approx. 90K

Cover Artist: Najla Qambler

Book Description:

All my life, I’ve had plans.

Dying the day before beginning the final year of my surgical residency wasn’t one of them.

Finding myself drafted in the eternal war between good and evil wasn’t one of them, either.

And dealing with friends, enemies, and lovers I don’t remember?

Definitely not in my plans.





Lucy Trilogy 2

Winged Series Book 12

L.M. Pruitt

Genre: Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance

Publisher: SP Press

Date of Publication: August 27

Word Count: approx. 90K

Cover Artist: Najla Qambler

Book Description:

The problem with plans?

Even the best ones can go awry. And when they do… all hell breaks loose.

If I’ve learned only one thing in the last few months, it’s the past never dies.

Four plagues down. Six more to come.

We need more than a plan.

We need a miracle.





Lucy Trilogy Book 3

Winged Series Book 13

L.M. Pruitt

Genre: Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance

Publisher: SP Press

Date of Publication: September 29

Word Count: approx. 90K

Formats available: ebook

Cover Artist: Najla Qambler

Book Description:

The problem with miracles?

They require a deity who cares.

And if you don’t have one of those… you need a sacrifice.

Or the world ends



What initially got you interested in writing?

–For me, as a lifelong reader, it’s always been about the story. The desire to see a certain kind of story and share it with others is what propelled me in to writing.

How did you decide to make the move into being a published author?

–This sort of goes back to the previous question and answer, in the sense that I really wanted to read about a certain type of character and then I wanted to share that with other people. Luckily, other people found that first character and her exploits as enthralling as I did and I’ve been sharing those stories and others with people ever sense.

What do you want readers to take away from reading your works?

–I get asked this a lot and I don’t really have an answer. I want people to take away whatever they need in that moment. If they’re reading for escapism, I hope they enjoy a few hours away from the real world. If they’re looking for hope that they, too, can make it through hard times, I hope they find that. Again, I really hope people are able to find their own answers in whatever they read.

What do you find most rewarding about writing?

–Being able to share my ideas and thoughts with other people. I’m a person who, while I can get very vocal when I’m passionate about something, in general does not like talking with people. Writing is a way for me to communicate with the world and I’m so grateful for that opportunity.

What do you find most challenging about writing?

–I would say the finality of publishing something—once it’s out in the world, it’s there. If you haven’t made yourself and, as a result, your characters, clear enough, there’s a lot of room for misinterpretation. This misinterpretation can and usually does lead to negative or so-so reviews, which are always disheartening.

What advice would you give to people want to enter the field?

–Read everything, including your reviews. Don’t respond to them but definitely read them and learn from them. Some of the best criticism I’ve received has come from reviews and I’m sure that’s the case with other writers. The key is being able to accept that criticism and analyze and learn from it and not write it off because it might be harsh or hurtful.

What ways can readers connect with you?

I’m on both Facebook and Twitter and you can always contact me through my website.



L.M. Pruitt has been reading and writing for as long as she can remember. A native of Florida with a love of New Orleans, she has the uncanny ability to find humor in most things and would probably kill a plastic plant. She knows this because she’s killed bamboo. Twice.  She is the author of the Winged series, the Plaisir Coupable series, Jude Magdalyn series, the Moon Rising series, and Taken: A Frankie Post Novel.






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