Thursday, March 7, 2013

Wolf Spell Bloopers

Wolf Spell Boopers!


With the tour for Wolf Spell getting ready to kick off, I
thought we (Ian, Es, Jarak and myself) could let you in on some of the fun and
not so fun moments writing Wolf Spell. We had a lot of outtakes, bloopers and
deleted scenes. Some of them we swore to never speak of again, but for the
purpose of entertainment we have agreed to divulge a couple!

The day was gloomy with white
snow clouds hovering over the little town of Elko. I looked out my window to
watch as a flock of blackbirds swooped low past my house. I hit another block.
Well, I wouldn’t call it a block, more of a disagreement with my character.
Seriously, why does Es have to be so complicated and stubborn? I already told
her I didn’t want to go there and she ups and does it anyway. Now she thinks
she can awaken the witches before book two? Why does she do this to me?
          I stare at
my computer screen, watching as the curser blinks like its mocking me. The
following is a deleted scene that I promised Es would never make it in the book…

          Ian grabbed
the stake and forcefully pushed it in my hand. I wasn’t ready for this. What if
something happens and I make the curse worse instead of better?
          “You’ll need
it incase a breed gets through the spell.” His eyes were hard set on me, making
me want to shrink back.
          Where was
Jarak? Shouldn’t he be here with me instead of Ian? My heart pounded hard and I
could hear my pulse in my ears. I didn’t really want Ian to leave, I didn’t want
Jarak to be the one with me. What was my problem? I shook my head and took a
step back, needing some breathing room so I could think clearer.
          I shoved the
stake back into his hand. “I don’t need it.”
          “What the
hell Es!” His total change in attitude bewildered me. I didn’t know what was
          He held up
his hand… The same one I put the stake in. Only I hadn’t realized how much
strength I used and the it was sticking out, completely embedded in his palm. I
gasped and went to reach out for him. “Oh my gosh, I am soooo sorry. Let me
          He pulled it
out with a groan deep in his throat.  “No,
you’ve done enough.”
          I wanted to
cry, that wasn’t supposed to happen. Um, M.R. can we start this scene over? Or
better yet, can we just delete it altogether? I don’t want to relive this. I’m
so humiliated. I can’t believe I did that.

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          Blooper from
page 127 – chapter 10

          Wimpy witch my ass, all the week’s
frustrations I had pent up churned inside me. I’d show him. The sprout grew
about an inch and blossoms formed into tiny leaves, letting me know I’d made a
connection with it.
          He used his
hands to beckon me. “Come on, I have all night for you to make me moan.”
          I busted out
laughing. “Moan? I thought your line was; I have all night for you to make me
whine. “ I sauntered closer to him, overly swinging my hips to play with him. “But,
I can make you whimper and moan if you’d like.”
          “Ah crap. I
can’t believe I said that.” He rubbed his hands over his face.
          “Maybe deep
down you really want something else,” I continued to tease him. It was too
easy. Not that I wouldn’t mind doing that with him instead of training, but it
was fun to see him frustrated.
          He threw his
head back. “M.R. Can we start that over?”
          I laughed. “I
agree, I think Jarak here needs to regroup so he doesn’t moan.”

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          Words that
made life interesting while writing Wolf Spell….

Should be lightning… Um ya, sorry about that!

          Dessert… you
guessed it, it should be desert… stupid homophones!

          Effect and
affect… seriously? Who decided on this crap when making the English language?
Where they affected by the stupid mushroom they were smoking? GRRRRR…..

          Blonde VS.
Blond … really? Who cares! He/she has freaking yellow hair! LOL

          Had been…. Okay,
I can’t go there without crying right now.

like, very and have… those words follow me everywhere…. I really don’t understand.
I have to use them or nothing comes out the way I like. I had a very hard time
with it. Okay, not really, but I wanted to use those words very bad! LOL

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          Thank you
for letting me vent a little about the writing of Wolf Spell…  I hope you had fun laughing at a couple of my
experiences and like the book. (trust me there were plenty more!) So far book
two is even more interesting and the scenes have been deleted many times!
You are awesome,
M.r. Polish

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With a death starts a new beginning...

Eighteen-year-old Esmerelda thinks she’s just a normal girl,
but all of that changes the day of her mom’s funeral, when a warlock, intent on
using her special powers, kidnaps her. Powers she didn’t know existed. Thrown
in the middle of a magical battle, Es struggles to learn her magic while
fleeing both vampires and warlocks, at the same time, hunting for the witches
that can help defeat her adversary. The only problem is that they are dead.

Thankfully, she has the help of Jarak—her Guardian—who
quickly captures her heart, but she wonders if she can win his? Just when she
thinks Jarak is the one for her, Ian appears with daggers drawn to save Es from
a vampire attack. Ian is cocky and rude, but there is something magnetic about
him—something that attracts her to him. With her heart torn between two men,
she faces the foes that are out for her blood. 

Can Es do the unthinkable and
awaken them from their graves before time runs out?

Where can you find Wolf Spell? 

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