Friday, May 18, 2012

Invisible Enemies Book Tour with Lynda Brown

About the Author
Lynda D. Brown lives in St. Louis MO. She has one married son and a beautiful grandson. This is her second book, her first book, Once I Was Lost, was released in April of 2006, and she immediately began working on Invisible Enemies, which took four years to complete. Lynda has been researching Spiritual Warfare for the last six years, and in these last days, she wants to make sure that God's people do not perish due to lack of knowledge. (Hosea 4:6)
As an avid science fiction fan and a lover of all things supernatural, author Lynda D. Brown’s supernatural thriller series, Invisible Enemies is creating quite a buzz in the independent publishing field. Book one, Invisible Enemies was published in 2010 and became an immediate hit in the authors local library, and when book two, Seed of Satan: Leah’s Story, Book Two of the Invisible Enemies Series, arrived in January 2012, all copies were immediately checked out by fans that eagerly waited over a year for the sequel.
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How did you become a writer?
I became a writer due to my love of reading from an early age. I can honestly say that I read pretty much anything thing. I live by my motto, that Knowledge is Power. I didn’t pursue a career as an author until 2004, when I published my first book, Once I Was Lost, with a traditional publisher, and enjoyed the experience.

Where does your inspiration for your characters come from?
All the characters in my book are based on either my personal life, or friends and family members that have gone through some of the issues and drama that Abby and her sister Candace deal with. From the age of sixteen until 2004, I was very much into the New Age movement, reading tarot cards, creating horoscope charts for clients, drinking, getting high, etc…

What are you hoping readers take from your book?
That no matter what life throws your way, God is still in control. It doesn’t matter if you believe in Him or not, He is the Supreme Being that is in totally control of our destiny. It doesn’t matter what you’ve done or haven’t done in your life, if God can use you, He will. I also want readers of Christian fiction to read about a church that embraces and uses the power, authority and dominion that Jesus died on the cross to restore back to the church. Invisible Enemies is really about this great church, Grace Faith Temple, that’s run by a mighty man of God, who does not tolerate shenanigans in God’s house.

If you were to write a book about a controversial topic, what would it be?
Funny you should ask that, book 3 in the Invisible Enemies Series, tentatively titled, The Devil and Sister Ford, will be dealing with the lack of power in the church. Why are there so many defeated Christians not living the life that God promised each of us as heirs to Abraham? Why is the church not teaching the congregation about spiritual warfare, and how to walk in their blood bought right of authority, power and dominion? These are some of the topics I want to address in book 3.

Most writers have a process or method for writing their books, what is yours?
I have to visualize the story in my mind first, I want to know what my beginning, middle and ending will be before I even began typing. Of course, once I began writing the story, the characters take on a life of their own, and it’s very fascinating to see how it all ends. Invisible Enemies was originally slated to be just one book, but once the characters began developing, I realized that I had a book series on my hands.

What is your favorite genre of books?
Supernatural fiction. I’m a huge Sci-Fi fan, actually a Trekkie from the original Star Trek series with Captain Kirk, and Mr. Spock. Once God led me to Genesis 6 in 1997, I became hooked on all the supernatural events that took place in the Bible.

Are you an avid or occasional reader?

What are two things you want your readers to know about you?
That I have a deep commitment to winning souls for the Kingdom of God with my book series, and two, that not all Christians are quiet, stately or boring, I have a wacky sense of humor, and I really enjoy making people laugh.

If you could interview one of your favorite authors, who would it be?
Frank Peretti- He wrote This Present Darkness, and Piercing the Darkness

I would love to ask him what kind of spiritual attack he was under while writing the two books mentioned above. I had read that he experienced a hearing loss after the books came out, and I know that any time you expose the enemy’s schemes and machinations, you’re subject to all kinds of demonic attacks.

What is or was your dream job?
My dream job would be a full time author, writing screenplays and watching my books climb up the charts and hit the best sellers list while millions of souls are being saved. Runner up would be my current job,
 as a  Public Technology Assistant at the St. Louis Public Library…I help library patrons that need assistance using the Internet or our reference machines.
What new projects are you working on?

I’m currently working on book 3 of the Invisible Enemies Series and scheduling authors to appear on The Author Chat Show, my online radio show and website that promotes self published authors.

Where can readers find you?
My books are available exclusively on Readers can purchase the print book for $9.99 or the eBook for $2.99

About the Book
Inspired by the Book of Job, Invisible Enemies reminds us that no matter what life throws our way, God is still in control! When God chooses Abby Harris as a pawn in his wager against Satan, poor Abby's life is turned upside down. Banned from her beloved church, Abby's hanging out with a new crew, drinking and getting high. When she runs into her sister's ex-boyfriend, they begin dating and soon she's pregnant and marries Randy Nelson. When the marriage turns sour, due to Randy's infidelities, Abby’s heart grows cold. By chance, she runs into a music producer who hears her singing, and overnight she becomes an R&B sensation. Abby plots to take her twins and leave her husband. When Randy finds out, he teams up with his ex, Candace, Abby's vengeful sister, to destroy her.

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  1. Thanks Teresa for hosting Lynda on her blog tour

  2. I am honored to be hosting Invisible Enemies by Lynda Brown. This book kept me on my toes and forced me to think about the life I am living. Invisible Enemies is about the tug of war between good and evil. I really enjoyed the book.

  3. Lynda is a great writer and she has blessed so many authors with author chat, including me. I can't wait to get the book Lynda. I'm sure that it is an incredible story.