Tell us a bit about yourself.
Hi. I’m Kari, a southern belle with flair from a little town called Leesburg, Georgia. I’ve been writing professionally since 2015, though I spent a fair amount of my time growing up either reading or writing. My usual day is filled with two kids who ask a million questions and remind me every day that there is joy hidden in even the simplest things. And, my favorite ice cream is vanilla. You can find out more about me and my works at www.kariholloway.com.
How do you find time to write?
After my kids are in bed. I stop all house work when they go to bed, and so from 8pm onward is me time. I write and argue with my imaginary friends until bed.
What’s your publishing tips?
The one tip I wish I had known before I started was write the entire series first before publishing. It takes a lot of stress off.
Any promotional and marketing tips?
I find newsletters are some of the best sources to pair with promos like ENT or Pretty Hot or a number of other promo services delivered by email.
Tell us about your recent book.
That’s a complex question.
My most recent finished book is Strings Attached. It is a sweet/clean romance and releases in October. My most recent book is part of my paranormal/urban fantasy series called the Devil’s Playground. The Howling King, book 4, is currently on preorder and goes live August 7th. The most recent published and available is Mark of Cain. It is book 3 in the Devil’s Playground series and is available everywhere (books2read.com/DPCain).
Alex, a kitsune, is part of a of the supernatural SWAT called guardians. In Mark of Cain, Alex hits the ground running.
With no time to catch her breath between Mexico City, a formal reprimand from the Council, and the new addition to her team, Alex's next assignment sends her on a journey across the veil.
Catching a glimpse of Morgan's life as the Demon's right-hand man, they navigate Ataria and find their skills in the service of the local Lord. But the Lord and his household contain a secret—a deal so devilish even the Lord of Hell wouldn't make it.
What starts out as a simple execution decreed by the Council turns into a twisted game of chess with more than just a pawn in play.
You can get started on the Devil’s Playground with Forgotten. It is free to read on all major e-retailers (books2.read.com/DPForgotten)