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Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Interview with Lee Wilson, Author of "The Last Hybrid: Bloodline of Angels."

Lee Wilson co-authored two books with best-selling author Joe Beam before writing The Last Hybrid. In addition to being an author, Lee is an actor who has been seen in film and television. He has spoken at the Pepperdine University Lectureships and has ghost written for major national publications. 
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Interview With Lee Wilson, Author of "The Last Hybrid: Bloodline of

Tell us about The Last Hybrid: Bloodline of Angels?
Hannah made good grades all through high school, but after starting
college, she rebelled against her disciplined life. She lost her
scholarship. She went back to her parents house and worked in fast food
for a few years before deciding to try college again. This time she'll be
focused. This time she'll stack up to the expectations her parents have
for her. That is, unless she falls in love with a sexy, half-angel,
vampire-fighting blond named Daniel.

What inspired you to write in this genre?
I've always enjoyed paranormal stories because it entertains the idea that
there are other types of life or existence in the universe. And of course,
it's fun to imagine having abilities or powers beyond what we think humans
normally have. And in some ways, romance is a paranormal experience. The
person we're attracted to has some trait that we can't quite define that
draws us in. As though they have power over us.

Are there any similarities between you and your characters?
I based a lot of Daniel's character on how I think I'd react in certain
situations. The other characters are either loosely based on people I know
or a combination. Either way, they're imaginary.

Favorite scene from your book?
The tornado scene was a fun one to see in my head as I wrote.

Has a character surprised you by doing something totally unexpected?
If so, can you tell us what or which character it was?
Yes, they really take on a life of their own in my head and sometimes it
just seems like I'm watching them and writing what I see. A character
named Natalie shows kindness to one of her enemies and that shows her good
heart even though it's often difficult to determine whose side she's on.

When you're not writing, what do you do to have fun?
Golf. Pool. Karaoke.

And I hear that people can register to win a free copy of The Last
Hybrid when it releases. Where can they do that and what other ways can
they keep up with you and this story?
Go to to register to win a FREE
copy, like us on Facebook at and follow
us on Twitter at You can also follow
me on Twitter at

About the Book
When Hannah dropped out of college after losing her scholarship she spent five years weaning herself of alpha males and alcohol, but when she decides to return to finish her degree she finds those things rolled into one in the intoxicating blue eyes of fellow student Daniel Keith.

What she soon learns is that her newfound addiction to Daniel's bad-boy edge impairs her judgment beyond any mixed drink a frat boy could have handed her. She should have left when he cut his arm with a car key to show her his white blood. Or when he had a run-in with a dark angel on one of their dates. But Hannah stays, entranced by this man who remains a mystery to her.

Is Daniel really a Nephilim, the son of an angel father and a human mother? And why does the small town of Spring Hill, Tennessee seem to summon his enemies? As romance lures Hannah further into a shadowy world most people never see, she realizes she's gotten herself in deeper than she knew possible. And this time there's no option of dropping out.

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