2/5/14 Here is a snip it from Volume 7, Chapter 9, a scene with Nine, Herself, and everyone's favorite fallen hero, David Smith.
"I am a collection of souls David, each one building on the next. Every ruler of Nine, including Lucifer, himself, as well as every demonic creature destroyed in my walls has been digested to become an ever growing part of me. I am therefore, a conglomerate — a pure representation of evil in the universe. As such, I AM Hell as it was originally created. Your God allowed my evolution to exist from the very first sin. With my mouth opened, I’ve received countless offerings by His Hand, while keeping a precious few for myself. Azmodeus has been mine to own from the moment he was cast down from His Father’s protective womb. He grows through my influence, century by century, siphons from my core to nourish his soul. As my personal favorite, he has been sculpted, transformed and at times, rejuvenated by me to continue on as an extension of myself, so that as long as he is here in my realm, he is ALMOST invincible. I’m sure you’ve already seen it, haven’t you?"
“Okay…well that explains a lot,” David whispered.
1/29/14 I wrote Chapter 1 of Volume 7, the last book in the Blue Series today. After receiving numerous emails and facebook posts from readers saying the same thing: the ending in Volume 6, True Blue, left many of them asking, "What happened to the main characters?" I left the ending like this for two reasons: first, I wanted to end the story with an open interpretation, hoping the reader could take the story to wherever he/she wanted it to go. Second, I wanted to eventually get back to the story in time, if I ever had the inkling to continue some of the storyline in the distant future. Now that I've received many readers' critiques and inquiries about the story's ending, I feel as though I need to answer the questions and give those interested a sense of completion to my series (and I'm very flattered by the way, to know that I've reached out and touched some of you with my story). So, I should have Volume 7 published by Summer, 2014 and then it's onto another fun writing project :)
"We are all apprentices in a craft where no one ever becomes a master.” —Ernest Hemingway
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Bio: As a novice writer, I wrote the first three books from The Blue Series during the years 2006 through 2009. I wrote Into The Blue over a six month period in 2012 and have recently finished Back To Blue, Volume 5 a few months ago. I am currently writing the seventh book in the series if you count Beyond The Blue as two books.
I grew up in Oceanside, California, attended and survived Vista High School, and did attempt twice in one lonely summer, to drown at Oceanside Beach. I desperately wanted to be a boy as a child and teenager and envied my two brothers for their gender. I was considered a loner, didn't have any friends, so I created the story as a means of escape. It worked most of the time and I have to admit, it kept me out of trouble.
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- Flicker Blue 1: Plain Jane
on March 11, 2012
I just read the first novella and all I can say is what an interesting, insightful, and thoroughly engaging story! I read most of it in one quick read because it was so entertaining. I look forward to book two!!!
- Flicker Blue 2: Jigsaw
on April 12, 2012
I am loving this series. It is like nothing I've read before. I feel as though I am watching it on a movie screen and that says more than I can write about how Brea tells her story. Well done!
- Only the Innocent
on Aug. 18, 2012
This was a very entertaining story! I read it on a plane from San Francisco to Raleigh surrounded by crying babies and it saved me! I loved the premise, enjoyed the imagery and the attention to detail Katrina adds to the background to give the reader an accurate picture of each scene. The characters Bette and Phillip are likeable, and the ending, perfect. A great read!
on April 17, 2013
LOVED THIS BOOK! It's set up for a perfect sequel and griping til the very end. Brea Nicole Bond does an amazing job creating suspense throughout this story. It's been awhile since I've sat down to just read a book and not write, edit, proofread fifty times, etc, and I have to say, Reaper was a thrill, now one of my favorites. If you love to read about dark fantasy mixed with urban reality, read this book.