Monday, October 27, 2014

Tour Kick Off: Eternal Neverland by Natasha Rogue #giveaway

Paranormal / Mature YA
Date Published: October 28, 2014
"I've abandoned all my principles for you... Broken laws I held to so firm for centuries, did things I never thought myself capable of..." He kissed her as he whispered. "Was it worth it?" His tears wet her lips. "I don't remember."~David

Helena K. Sharpe was raised by a man who had sympathy for supernatural creatures, for the vampires his bloodline hunted for centuries. She was too young to understand how he tried to help them, but she knew it was important. Her father made her promise never to hunt them and she would do anything to keep that promise.

Until he is murdered by the very things he dedicated so much of his life to.

Orphaned and alone, Helena takes to the street, afraid for whatever's left of her life. Without her family, she doesn't know how--or even if--she can go on. Until a vagrant takes her under his wing and gives her a purpose. Revenge.

For six years she learns about the monsters, studies their habits, until, at 15 years old, she feels she's ready to find the ones responsible for her parent's death. All she has to do is become one of them. She's cute, young, innocent...

They'll never see her coming.

#1 – Do You See Writing as a Career?

Yes and no. It’s all I’ve ever wanted to do, and it’s a lot of hard work, but I’m living my dream. :) Making it a career means I can share the characters with the world and there’s nothing better than seeing others love them as much as I do.

At the same time, I try not to see writing as a job, because that makes it harder to let the characters tell their stories. If it’s a job, you’re paying too much attention to the market and the flow isn’t as natural. I still have to deal with the business side of things, but I refuse to let it weigh down the muse. He gets grumpy when the boring stuff gets in his way! Lol!

#2 – What was the Hardest Part of Your Writing Process?

Probably taking a step back and looking at my writing years later. I’ve grown so much as an author since I first wrote these books, but the first time I looked at the books I just ended up right back into the story. Having a few betas reading them over and telling me what needed work helped so much. You can have an awesome story and wonderful characters, but it’s important that the reader is seeing the same thing you are. So far the reactions tell me I pulled it off.

#3 – Did you have any One Person Who Helped You Out with Your Writing Outside of Your Family?

I’ve had several. I think the one who made the biggest impact was my screenwriting teacher in college. I don’t even remember his name, but he told me straight up that I was a novelist and should focus on writing books. He pushed me to submit that first manuscript. It was rejected, but I proved to myself I was willing to go all the way, no matter how long it took. I’m not sure I would have kept going without his voice in the back of my head.

#4 – What is next for your writing?

Getting the rest of the books in the series out there! Lol! There are 7 books written, but they need major work. Mostly tightening up the prose and using the skills I’ve developed in the past few years. I have the best betas and editors, so I know each book will be polished and pretty before its sent out in the world.

#5 – Do you have an addiction to reading as well as writing? If so, what are you currently reading?

I do! I’m always reading something, and right now I’m catching up on the Highlander books everyone’s been raving about. I just started The Dark Highlander by Karen Marie Moning.

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Helena stalks the monsters. At 15, she becomes one of them, ready for revenge. She’s cute, young, innocent…and they'll never see her coming.

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Natasha Rogue

Natasha Rogue is a Canadian author who’s been writing for most of her life. After penning novels behind math textbooks all through high school, she attended Dawson College in Creative Arts with dreams of becoming a screenwriter. The best teacher she ever had took her aside and told her to go back where she belonged. To her roots with the books she loved to write.
Eternal Neverland (Steps Before the Fall) was one of her first complete novels. There are seven books in draft form completed in the series, but they gathered dust until experience and contacts with the right editors and crit partners gave them what they needed to be shared. However, A Breed Apart: The Token, was released through a small press in 2012. The book will be rereleased shortly.
You may find Natasha at several signings throughout the year as she writes multiple genres. Don’t worry, she doesn’t bite. But she will happily chat with you about the hotties who do. And shamelessly admit to liking Charlie way more than she should.


  1. Love the cover !!

    This looks like an interesting read ..... revenge hidden behind an innocent smile, love it lol!!! :D

  2. Loved this book I'm lucky that I've already read it for the author and she rocked it

  3. I love the cover and I like the premise of her wanting to hunt the evil but has to become the evil too

  4. I love the blurb looks like an awesome read!

  5. Helena is young and a fighter. Deb P

  6. loving that its paranormal!

  7. The cover intrigues me.