Monday, March 18, 2019

Dear Reader, Love M.D. Fryson

Dear Reader…

 People in general are interesting to me as to the why’s we all do what we do or don’t do!  For me writing characters with their quirks and writing in their reactions to certain things in the story, is some way of answering they why’s behind a person’s own decisions, just so happens to be in a fictional tale! 

 Hi! I am the author of Meridian Chronicles:  Black Widow Curse & The Coven.  You may not have heard much about me, I am fairly new to the world of sharing a story from within the pages of a book.  I am not new to loving a good book to read myself.  I am a fan of fantasy all the way down to self-help, growing an herbal garden type of book to the latest book on Astrology.   

 When I started with the first book, it wasn’t something I set out to publish or even considered at the time until I actually finished.  At first it was to be a true story, about a difficult time for me that people said I should write, share and help others.  Well writing that at the time was too hard, so I decided to take little instances wrap it up into a story of paranormal fiction, taking inspiration from real people in my life, a real place I visited thrown in with some of my own world building and then suddenly it just turned into a series that I wanted to keep moving with, so that gave rise to the second book in the series Meridian Chronicles Black Widow Curse & The Coven. 

The story has witches, fairies, spirit guides, demons and we can’t forget the humans that are all within the pages of the story.  Each of them has their own quirks and some of them quite sarcastic to add.  The series has somewhat of a serious tone about it, but that the same time I can’t live without humor and there can be some found peppered into the story.  I feel like no matter how serious life gets, everyone can use a good laugh, it’s the best medicine.  

 My two oldest boys tell me I am weird, coming from them, I take that as a compliment!  I love to make them laugh and let them see that even adults need a break from the serious overtones of life and its okay to give permission to yourself, to cut loose.   We change the words to songs to describe how we are feeling at the moment or every once in a while, movie quotes were the topic to describe situations, all thanks to my brother…and we laugh while we do it, knowing how silly it all sounds.  
Trying to rein that in when I write some days is a little easier, but every once in a while, I roll out with some sarcastic remark or tone from a character during a scene. To be honest, there is no bit of telling what prompted it when I wrote the scene. 

I love a good comedy and a mystery when I watch a movie, and I can’t forget about music.  I love music! I played the flute and tried the guitar.  Hats off to anyone who can play the guitar, that was hard for me.  The ends of my fingers never quite could stand how raw they became from playing, not to mention my fingers I didn’t think were long enough!  If I had to do over, I would play the drums.  I do reference music and songs in my books, because music can send a message, give an image and most of all it is a conductor to spark emotions from within.

 For me, as a reader, the most memorable aspect to any good book I read, was how it made me feel.  Sure, I may can recall certain scenes or a great quote, but for me it can all be traced back to the way it made me feel and where the story took me is what I remember the most.

So as a writer, that is one aspect I hope a reader gets from the story is after the last page is read, is a feeling.

About the Author

I am a wife and mom to three boys. I am an animal lover especially horses that I used to ride, train and show. Someday will do once more!

Favorite books are anything astrology, self help, motivation, romance and humor.

I love chocolate, coffee, my family (not in that order), and the beach.

I like to garden, hike, jog, swim and travel. My oldest two boys tell me I am weird as they laugh and I’ll take that as a good thing. I am told I am witty and sarcastic and I believe that comes out in my writing. 

The third installment to this series comes out September, 2019 and I am nearly finished with the last book to the series that comes out in 2020.

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Twitter Link: @madelyn_fryson

About the Book:

Author: M.D. Fryson
Publisher: AMF Publishing
Pages: 408
Genre: Paranormal Romance

MERIDIAN’S curse has left her in a state all her own of amnesia. She is on Earth lost and afraid with only fragments to piece together her mysterious circumstance. The curse has taken the unimaginable from her, but that is just scratching the surface. The Black Widow curse will reveal itself through the demon’s riddle, the Coven and the Fairy Nymphs.

A trip back to
Salem is just what the psychic ordered, but treachery lurks with an ex coven member who calls on demons. The demon realm offers more riddles than answers, but a stroke of luck from the high demon court, brings in a sophisticated demon, Lahash who has grown tired of the games. 

The curse hides
Meridian's identity and her memory will unlock the Universal secret of her twin soul to find her way home. As Meridian finds Aiden so do the impacts of her curse and what it could do to their budding relationship. 

Meridian’s soul and fate are in the cross hairs, while the odds rise between the demons, witches and the fairies. 

Finally having found Aiden, the Fairy Queen comes through to send aid to
Meridian, but she still doubts herself and contemplates running away from it all. Who is Meridian's twin soul? Will she go back to Etheria or will the curse reign down on Meridian?
Find out in this dark and twisted paranormal romance. 


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