Books By Jo Cattell

Books By Jo Cattell

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Interview with an Angel...The Fallenmore Blog tour

I'm standing in a clearing in the dead of night.  All around me I can hear something moving, almost stalking me.  I think to myself, this is crazy, the things I do for my fellow authors to help them promote their books.  This time, it’s an interview with a sort of angel, a Seraph, to be exact.  I know her name is Jade and my good friend Lucy Swing, told me this was the place to meet her.  I have followed Jade story now through 2 books and I find that I am excited yet a little nervous to meet her.
     I can hear a swooshing sound above me, sort of like bird's wings, dancing in the wind.  A very large bird at that.  The full moon is the only light I have besides the small flashlight that keeps going out on me.  Looking up, I see a form, descending the night sky to land not too far from me.  As the figure stands, I can just about make out that it is a young teenage girl with long black hair and almost glowing green eyes.  I know who she is by the clothes she is wearing, black jeans and an old Aerosmith tee shirt. She looks around me and then slowly walks towards me.
      “I was told to meet you here.  Are you Jo?” She asks as she walks around me.
     I nod.  “I came alone, are we safe here?” I have to ask, knowing who and what follows her at times.
     She laughs at that, “Are we ever safe?  Let’s begin, incase trouble finds us.”
Me: You have been through so much in the last year; do you ever wish it never happened?
Jade:  (She thinks about it for a minute then answeres) It’s one of those things that if they hadn’t happened, then, in turn, others wouldn’t. For the most part, I wish none of this would have ever happened. I wished I could still be a normal teenager whose biggest problem was trying to figure out what to wear to school the next day and how to avoid Amy’s cattiness. But now, I’ve had to grow up and lose so many people. If I could, I’d change that above all. I just want my parents back.
Me:  What about Amy, do you trust her now that she is free?
Jade:  She has changed, that is certain, but I cannot say I trust her fully. She seems to have really grown into her new lifestyle and powers, and it unnerves me. We will definitely be keeping a close eye on her.
Me:  Is there anyone you truly believe you can trust?
Jade: (I can see her smile a little as she thinks of him) Blake. Without a doubt. He may have kept a few secrets from me, but they weren’t awful, just surprising.
Me:  Do you feel that Abbie was a friend or foe in your help to find Avan?
Jade:  (She sighes) A little bit of both. She kept Lilith away from me, so that certainly didn’t help me one bit and in turn, made me have to expose myself to Blake, Claire and Nate. But she doesn’t seem as evil as she claims to be.
Me:  Do you think Lilith would have betrayed you in the end if she had not been attacked?
Jade:  I guess we will never know. However, when we were in my bedroom and she told me her story, I saw something I had never seen before. The sincerity in her words told me she meant what she said; she just wanted to feel closer to the lover. In the end, she saved my butt, so although she has hurt me deeply, I will never forget what she did for me.
Me:  Having seen what she had given up her soul for your freedom, what are your feelings about her now?
Jade:  (She gets quiet for a minute, possibly reliving what had happened in the tunnel.  She looks up at me and I can see the sadness in her eyes.) Speechless. I could not believe she would do that.  I think she is finally at peace and my hope is that she has found Mathias and she can finally be happy once again.
Me:  It makes me wonder about something, do you still have Lucifer’s powers?
Jade:  Yes, which makes me wonder… when will he be coming after me? What will he do to me to get them back? No one seems to know for certain.
Me:  Are you still at battle within yourself with the darkness?
Jade:  (Laughing a little) It’s a struggle, that’s for sure. I can control it much better than before, but it’s an inner fight with my own self.
Me: And now that you finally realize your feelings for Blake, do you feel they are stronger than Avan’s?
Jade: (Looking off into space now thinking of them both) They are different. I love Avan, but with Blake, it’s like warmth that spreads in me and takes over me. It’s stronger than anything I have ever felt.
Me: You are such a strong person Jade, are you strong enough to battle the impending battle you will have with Avan?
Jade: (A tear escaping her eye) I sure hope so. We should have the same strength, what it all comes down to is, am I strong enough to actually do it…  (She gets quiet for a minute and then looks at me, and I can almost see all the power she holds.) I won’t let him hurt anyone, that’s for sure. So if it comes down to it, I will have to...kill him. It’s not only Blake that I worry about getting hurt, but all of humanity. I don’t know what Avan is capable of, and I won’t sit around and wait to find out.
I touch her hand and she seems to look through me.  I can see the pain in her eyes from the battle she is doing within herself about this.
Me: One last question, is there any last words you want to leave this interview with?
Jade:  (She is smiling now, thinking about all she could say,) I just wanted to thank all the readers that have been rooting for me and following my adventures, it means the world to know that I am interesting enough for you.
With that, her beautiful black wings spread and she is gone within an instant.  I look around and can see that the sun is starting to rise and that a new day is about to begin, for her and all of us. 
Be sure to check out Fallenmore and Feathermore by Lucy Swing at the following links.
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Lucy Swing lives in sunny Florida with her husband and two children.
She is a YA Paranormal/ Romance writer, whose works include: Feathermore (Feathermore Trilogy #1 ), Fallenmore (Feathemore Trilogy #2) and Bloody Valentine, a vampire/witch novella.
She is an absolute book hoarder and must always have a book at arm’s length. Music is her muse, and there is always a soundtrack that plays along her life.
For more information on Lucy Swing please visit her website: and the Feathermore Trilogy blog:


  1. I love it and live you, Jo! Thank you so much for being a part of the tour :)

  2. Ir was my plersure,I loved the book!!!! Cant wait for the next one.