Thursday, June 16, 2011

Celebrating A Magical New Romance For C.R. Moss

Today on our Cyber Launch Party Blog, we're celebrating a new release for author C.R. Moss.

An eccentric and eclectic writer, C.R. Moss pens stories for the mainstream and erotic markets, giving readers Worlds of Possibilities. Slating her works as contemporary paranormal/horror with strong romantic elements & sometimes flavored with other genres, she writes stories from the light and sweet to the dark and deadly & all with varying degrees of the macabre.



A Look What The Cat Dragged In Story

A woman once shunned. A man now changed. There's a thin line between love and hate.

When Cassandra, a Wiccan practitioner, encounters a man from her past who'd broken her heart, she casts some spells to help herself while wishing karma would deal out some payback. The spells turn against her, and before she knows it, she finds herself falling for him again.

Will she close off her heart or will she cross that thin line between hate and love and allow herself to feel again?


WIN - Leave C.R. Moss a question today at her Cyber Launch Party and your name goes in the hat for today's prize! Winner will receive a choice of one of the following:

A PDF copy of Look What the Cat Dragged In for Evelyn & a PDF copy of Look What the Cat Dragged In for Julie (the first and second book, respectively, in the series) Information on these books can be found at:  
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A PDF copy of Concealed Affairs (an erotic romance from eXtasy Books in which Philip is a secondary character) Information on this book can be found at:

Please leave your email address so we can contact you if you are today's winner - Good Luck!


  1. Happy Release Day C.R. Moss!!!

    Super congrats on the new release - it sounds fantastic and I love the idea for this series!

    Please tell us about your Look What The Cat Dragged In Series and how the books connect.

    And since you're a new author for me, please tell us a bit more about yourself and any other works you have available.

    So glad we could celebrate your new release with you today and I hope FOR CASSANDRA is your best seller yet!

    Enjoy your party!

  2. Congrats on the new release! It sounds like a very good book. You write in a lot of different genres. What's been your favorite genre to write? Do you have a favorite book out of all of the books you've wrote? Thank you!

  3. Congratulations on your new release .Who are some of your favorite authors to read ?

  4. Congratulations on the release of For Cassandra. It sounds interesting - a witch who can't control her spells!!!

    What do you do to release the stress? Does you muse ever take a vacation when you don't?

    Hope you have a great launch party! I've heard the cyber punch is spiked, so be careful.


  5. Thank you Author Island for having me here!
    A bit about the series and how the books connect: They all include a frisky feline familiar, Myrddin. In the first story, For Evelyn, a ghost who haunts Raritan Manor is brought forward with the help of the cat. Myrddin acts as a sprit guide in the second story, For Julie, and brings a man from the past into the present. For Cassandra, the third book, shows when Myrddin entered his mistress’ life and how he helps her deal with a guy from her youth.
    The first Look What the Cat Dragged In book is based off a story idea that came to me in the 90’s. I lived in central NJ, in what used to be a rural area. The kind of place where when I was in middle school we could look out the window and see cows. (Now it’s all houses, condos and townhomes.) Farms, old homes and historic houses were prevalent in our town. There was this one beautiful old house in my neighborhood, set up on a green hill, back from the road with woods on both sides and a river across the way, and I said to myself “I wonder if the place is haunted.” From that thought, a story was born. Evelyn’s story was originally planned as being only one tale following secondary character, Philip, from my romantic suspense novel Concealed Affairs (available at, but my characters had different ideas. The one story idea morphed into three, and Philip is Cassandra’s love interest. So even though the real house may not be haunted, in my world I made it so.
    There are two more novellas in the works, under the series heading Myrddin Tales, to finish out giving all the characters a spot in the limelight. Those will be campfire ghost stories held in the field behind Raritan Manor.
    I have a bunch of stuff out so the best thing people can do is visit my website to see more about me and my books:

  6. Shadow ~
    Thanks! As for my favorite genre, I have to say it's paranormal with a dark overtone. Favorite book...hmmm...right now it's a toss up between Dirty Little Demons & Dirty Little Slayer (DLS is coming out on 7/1). I really liked writing about Jay and her demon love interest, Ash. []

  7. Wanda ~
    My all time favorite authors have been Anne Rice & Stephen King. Right now I'm reading Erin Kellison & she's heading toward the top of my list real quick. :)

  8. Karen ~
    To relieve stress I either take a bath, light some incense and meditate or sit outside...sometimes I do one right after another. :)
    Yep, my muse has been known to go on vacation without me. He seems to like to do that a lot... :/ Last summer he brought around some substitutes so his disappearing isn't all that bad anymore. :)
    Thanks for the warning about the punch! lol!

  9. Whoot! congratulations on your new release.

  10. Oh hello! A new author, that's what I love about these parties ;)

    I love witches as romance heroines, grew up with Bewitched and loved all the problems magic created for the couple.

    Does your stories handle the situations in a humorous light or is it more of a serious slant on the stories?

  11. Hi Katie!
    The 'Cat' stories are more light and humorous than my other stories. :)
    Thanks for stopping by!

  12. You answered my question above. I wanted to know where the idea came from. It's so interesting. I sometimes have thought streams like that but I never get anything written down.

  13. Hi Jen!
    Thanks for stopping by! If you have anymore questions, feel free to give me a holler. (This goes for everyone else, too, of course.)
    Happy Reading!

  14. Hi, I have read your books before and enjoyed them. I never know what to ask so tell me what does your desk look like?
    Debby236 at gmail dot com

  15. Hi Debby!
    Happy to hear you've enjoyed my books. :)
    My desk, eh? Well, it's a hutch type of desk. The top of the hutch has my mascots sitting there (a little red devil duck and two fuzzy witch bird pens). The shelves are full of files and office necessities, and the desk part is a bit of a mess at the moment with notepads and books crowding my work space.

  16. You're a new author for me as well. And I love paranormal romances, so I'm quite happy to have found you and I'm heading to your website right now to check out your books.

    How many books do you hae out there and are they all paranormal? How long have you been writing?

    Good luck with the new's going on my wish list.

  17. You are a new author for me also, and I will check out your site for more info. What do you do to relax when you hit a snag in your story?

  18. ooops! forgot to leave email address;

  19. Hi Lauri Jo & Nay Nay ~
    Thanks for stopping by!
    I have just over 20 stories ranging from short works in anthologies to novel length & my ebook/POD stuff is a mix of all different kinds of genres, though I prefer to write more along the lines of paranormal/horror.
    When I hit a snag, I do the things I mentioned above or I call my writer friends and we brainstorm ideas to get me out of the snag.

  20. This sounds interesting, indeed. I must add it to my wishlist.

    Tracey D
    booklover0226 at gmail dot com

  21. Congratulations on your new release. This sounds really good.


  22. Hi Tracey & Sherry!
    Thanks for stopping by and leaving comments.
    Happy reading!