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Q&A: Author Alexandra Ivy on her vampires and werewolves! February 14, 2010

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Alexandra Ivy

Vampires. Demons. Imps. Werewolves. Fairies. Vampires. She always comes back to the vampires! Alexandra Ivy writes the fun and sexy GUARDIANS OF ETERNITY series, which feature heroic vampires (who can’t remember their past lives) who are connected to extraordinary women in battles against evil doers. And boy does she like to create some nasty villians!  Her heroes and heroines aren’t perfect. They whine, joke, make big relationship boo boos. But Ivy keeps her stories rolling with interesting plots and some funny situations and side characters. We talked to her about her series and how she writes. Leave a comment below and you’ll have a chance to win an ARC of the next book in the series, BEYOND THE DARKNESS.

Q. In your Guardians of Eternity series, you’ve got a slew of paranormal characters! Vampires, demons, fairies, imps, werewolves! What sparked the idea for this world? (Was it specifically the story about Abby and Dante’s story in WHEN DARKNESS COMES and you just developed the series from there?)

A. Yes, it all started with WHEN DARKNESS COMES. I wrote the book just for my own enjoyment since I was writing regency historicals at the time.  Then things just kept growing and growing and growing.

Q. Where did you learn about imps, demons and fairies? (What kind of research/reading did you have to do to figure ’em out?)

A. I love to read folklore from all ages and from all places.  It’s fascinating how different cultures can create characters that were vastly different and yet at the heart of them very similar.  I do try to add my own twist to all of them.

Q. We know you in the paranormal romance world as Alexandra Ivy, but I also know you write lots of historical romances under the name Deborah Raleigh. I did read one vampire short story — TO TAME THE BEAST (Beast of MacDonnell and Isobella’s story) under your historical romance pen name among a trilogy in HIGHLAND VAMPIRES (with Hannah Howell and Adrienne Basso). Was that a precursor to your Guardian series that helped you decide you wanted to write a full paranormal novel? (Do you have other paranormals under your Deborah Raleigh name?)

A. I did write a trilogy of vampire stories under the name Debbie Raleigh.  They were traditional regencies (which was unheard of at the time: MY LORD VAMPIRE, MY LORD ETERNITY and MY LORD IMMORTALITY. I absolutely loved writing them and it did inspire me to try my hand at trying a contemporary paranormal.

Q. Abby & Dante. Shay & Viper. Darcy & Styx. Anna & Cezar. Regan & Jagr. If you could turn into one of your heroines, which one would it be and why? If you needed to be protected from demons or curs or another dark force, which hero would you pick and why!

A. I’m always in love with the characters that I’m currently writing.  I know that’s what every writer says but it’s true.  Of course, there will always be a special place in my heart for Abby and Dante … they were, after all, my first!

Q. Why did you decide your vampires wouldn’t retain their memories from their previous lives? And with the weres — what is it with shifters! It seems like they always have problems reproducing!

A. I’ve always thought that the memories of a person would be attached to their soul, and that they would leave the body together.  And to be honest, it always seemed a little creepy to think of being taken over by another creature while still remembering who you once used to be.  And I don’t know if it’s being a mother myself, but just the thought of transforming into a werewolf during pregnancy made me shudder. It seems natural that they would struggle to carry a child to full term.

Q. BEYOND THE DARKNESS is book No. 6 in the series. It comes out March 30 and it’s the tale of werewolf Salvatore and Harley (sibling to Darcy and Regan, right?) What else can you tell us about this story. It’s a little different because the main hero is a were!

A. Salvatore is the King of Weres and it’s his duty to save them from extinction.  The females have become unable to carry their litters to full term and even their bite has stopped making new curs.  They are fading into oblivion.  Then 30 years ago he genetically altered four female babies so they wouldn’t shift.  Unfortunately they were stolen from his nursery and he has been on a desperate chase to find them.  Harley is one of the females, but there’s no way in hell she intends to become a broodmare for the arrogant, aggravating, pain-in-the-ass Salvatore. It was surprisingly different to write about Weres!  He’s hot-blooded and ruthlessly dedicated to his pack, instead of a cold and aloof from others.  And he will sacrifice anything to save his people from extinction.  His journey teaches him about betrayal, the need to accept help from others, and most of all about the power of love.

Q. How many more books do you have planned in the series? (Will we get to hear Tane’s story? And will Levet — the adorable little gargoyle — get his own story?)

A. I’ve signed for four more stories (Tane’s will be next) as well as two anthologies!  I’m not exactly sure what Levet’s fate will be.  Right now it’s still up in the air.

Q. Who/what are your reading right now?!

A. I’m reading Karen Chance’s new story and next on the pile is Amanda Quick and then I’ve promised myself to take a break from writing and indulge myself with Robert Jordan’s latest!  I read everything.

Q. About how your write! Every day? Is this your full-time job? With music or any other background noise? Do you outline or just start writing? Where do you do your best thinking or get your best ideas? Do you write one project at a time or juggle?

A. Right now I’m writing 10 to 12 hours a day since I’ve had my deadlines moved up … sigh.  Thankfully I have a very understanding husband and patient children!  It’s been my full-time job for the past five years, which has been wonderful.  It’s not often a person gets to live their dreams and I appreciate my good fortune every day.  I do some light outlining, but things are always changing so I tend to fly by the seat of my pants. Ideas really strike without warning, although I’ve convinced my husband I need a long hot bath without interruption to feed my muse!  I do juggle several projects at once. It makes me crazy, but it also keeps me from getting bored.

Q. Any advice for aspiring authors? (How long did it take you to get your first story published? Do you think it’s harder to get noticed/published now? What’s changed — if anything?)

A. I’m the perfect story for struggling authors!  It took me 10 years and countless manuscripts to at last get published.  I just absolutely refused to give up, even after anyone with the least amount of sense or pride would have thrown in the towel.  And that’s my advice…never, ever give up!  I’m not sure if it’s harder to get published, but I think it might be harder to stay published.  It seems that some publisher will give an author one or two books to hit it big and then drop them.  No matter how great a writer, it takes time to develop a loyal readership.

Q. What’s up for you next in your historical romance series? Any plans to write in yet another genre — like YA or urban fantasy?

A. I do have a short story under the name of Deborah Raleigh coming out this summer in the MAMMOTH BOOK OF REGENCY ROMANCE. And I’ve always got ideas rattling around in my head. I don’t know if that’s good or bad. I’d love to try a UF series.

Q. What do you do to relax! (Or when you’re not writing!)

A. I love to read, of course, but my favorite thing is traveling.  It doesn’t matter where I go as long as I’ve never been there before!!

Q. Anything else?

A. I’d love to give a huge thank you to all those readers who’ve made it possible me to continue with the Guardian series.  It’s truly been a dream come true!

Thanks Alex! OK, folks. Leave a comment below and Alex will pick a winner (random) for an ARC of BEYOND THE DARKNESS! (You can follow Alexandra Ivy on Twitter — Alexandraivy — and visit her blog HERE!) You’ve got a week to post a comment! (Feb. 21.)

And here is a list of other author interviews on the Paranormal Romance blog!

Gena Showalter — On her fave characters, books and Kresley Cole

Keri Arthur — On her Riley Jenson series and why it must end!

Christine Feehan — Drake Sisters and Dark Slayer

Alyson Noel — Her Immortals Series

Charlaine Harris — Her latest Sookie book and HBO’s TRUE BLOOD

Jennifer Lyon: BLOOD MAGIC



Linda O Johnston: ALPHA WOLF


1. Christine Hadden - February 14, 2010

So I’m the first to comment? Well let me take the opportunity to say I absolutely love Alexandra’s books and am so glad she persevered and finally got published! Of course I want an ARC of her latest! I can’t wait to read it.

Diana McCabe - February 14, 2010

Thanks for stopping by Christine …. I love her books, too. Thanks for being the first to comment!


2. Deana H. - February 14, 2010

I love these books. I am getting ready to read the newest and last one. Great books, Great author.

Diana McCabe - February 14, 2010

HI Deana — I love her series. She’s super nice, too. Thanks for posting a comment!


3. Stephanie Lathem - February 14, 2010

I love your books and I can’t wait until Beyond the Darkness comes out. I’m so excited!

Diana McCabe - February 14, 2010

Yup — Can’t wait for the next book in her series. Werewolf!


4. Candylynne Gorcsi - February 14, 2010

Happy Valentine’s Day! Love your writing, my sister in law actually got me hooked on your books. Haven’t read #5 yet but it’s #1 on my TBR list! Keep up the great work and please enter my name in your drawing!!

Diana McCabe - February 14, 2010

Oh — you’ll love No. 5 and you’ll meet someone that she’s gonna write about soon!


5. anna duarte - February 14, 2010

I love all of Alexandra’s books! I especially love the first book I read of this series…Styx! I also love Jagr’s book too! Thanks for doing this interview!

Diana McCabe - February 14, 2010

It’s a fun series. I liked Jagr’s story. Can’t wait to hear Salvatore’s story! Thanks for dropping by the blog!


6. Amy - February 14, 2010

I have read all of the Guardians of Eternity series and very much enjoy Alexandra’s writing of the characters. (Jagr has been my favorite, yummy!) I would love to win an ARC of the upcoming book. Please enter me in the contest! Thank you.-Amy

7. Stephanie G - February 14, 2010

I have a question. If you got to pick, would you rather see your series made into a movie or tv series?

Diana McCabe - February 14, 2010

Hey Stephanie — Great question. I’m hoping Alex might drop by on the blog tomorrow so maybe she can answer this one! Thanks!


8. Jennifer M - February 14, 2010

I loved your interview and can’t wait to read Salvatore’s story and see you redeem him. Very inspiring about your road to publication. Keep the great stories coming.

Diana McCabe - February 14, 2010

I am interested to see what she does with Salvatore because right now – well — he’s been an interesting character in her previous stories! She did have an inspiring story to tell about her road to publication. Thanks for stopping by on the blog!


9. Lisa Champ - February 14, 2010

I haven’t read any of the books in this series, but it sounds interesting. I guess the first book will need to be added to my must-read list.

Diana McCabe - February 14, 2010

Hey Lisa — I can remember reading the first book in the series and thinking “Who is this?” Very fun, sexy reads. Knowing you — you’ll be done with them in no time flat!


10. Cecile - February 14, 2010

Hey Ms. Alexandra!!!! Oh gosh, if you have not picked up this series yet, you have to run to you nearest bookstore, go online whatever you have to do and get these books! They are amazing. I have read all of them and have fallen in love with absolutely every one of her characters ((and yes, I am waiting on Levet to get his own story – he was close… lol)). I can not wait for Sal’s story. Please enter me in for a chance!

I hope you all had a great weekend and a wonderful Valentine Day!

Diana McCabe - February 14, 2010

Cecile — I wonder what she’ll do with Levet, too!


11. Barbara Elness - February 14, 2010

I have some of the books in the GUARDIANS OF ETERNITY series on my TBR shelf, but haven’t had a chance to start the series yet. I think I’ll need to move them closer to the top – but I’ll need to pick up the rest of them. I love reading a bunch of the books in a series all at once, so I have a habit of saving the books until I have four or five to read.

Diana McCabe - February 14, 2010

Hi Barbara — I had to wait for each book to come out. But you can read ’em all at once! Enjoy. thanks for stopping by!


12. Stacy Stewart - February 14, 2010

Love your series.

13. Terri W. - February 15, 2010

Great interview and I love Alexandra’s books! I highly recommend reading them if you haven’t!

I’m also waiting for Levet’s book and I can’t wait for Salvatore’s book!

Thanks for the awesome ARC giveaway!

14. Stacey Marin - February 15, 2010

Omg I love this series, and I hope I can win that ARC!!!!!

15. Susan D. - February 15, 2010

Really great books, love the characters Shay and Jagr. Can’t wait to read Salvatore’s story. He brings out strong emotions in the other books and I can’t wait to see how I feel about him in his own book. Going to start re-reading the series to get ready for the new release! Thanks for the great books.

16. Ada - February 15, 2010

I luv this series. AI’s hero’s r so dark, dangerous & sinfully delich 2 read about. I adore that Frenchie, Levet! Thanx 4 the gr8 interview.

17. Wendy - February 15, 2010

I love your books and you are on my must read/buy list.


18. Alexandra Ivy - February 15, 2010

Thanks so much for everyone who stopped by!!! You know if I had a choice I think I would love to see the books turned into a TV series….I know it’s not as glamorous, but it would be such a wonderful opportunity to expand the characters!

Stephanie G - February 15, 2010

Yay! I would think that too. I’d hope it would be on a HBO or something like that because there are a few scenes I wouldn’t want left out 🙂

19. D Salvagin - February 15, 2010

Okay, I’m a day late on the comments but I truly enjoyed the interview. I have read the first book and look forward to continuing with the series.

20. Viki - February 15, 2010

I love these books. Thanks for a great interview.

21. Donna V - February 15, 2010

I love the series and the interview. Keep up the good reads!!

22. Barb P - February 15, 2010

Hi Diana & Alexandra! Apparently I missed your post yesterday. I love the series and I can’t wait to read Salvatore’s story. Soooo happy to hear that we have more books coming. They are on my autobuy list. Fantastic post!

23. Lori V - February 15, 2010

Loved the interview! I just recently found the Guardians books and whipped thru all of them! Can’t wait for more and after reading this interview I’m going to search out her historicals.

24. danicaavet - February 15, 2010

I have been a fan of this series since book one. I wasn’t sure what to make of Salvatore as a hero, especially after Styx and Darcy’s story, but when I read Regan and Jagr’s story…I knew Salvatore had to be a hero. I’m so glad you wrote about him next. Especially when we’re all dying to know if the werewolves will ever be able to come back from the brink of extinction! Great, great interview, and truly weird because I just read all the historicals I could find by Deborah Raleigh without any idea it was you! Awesome! 🙂

Diana McCabe - February 15, 2010

I have only read a few of her historicals … I read her Guardian series first. But now I can’t wait to read some of her other works. I’m with you on Salvatore. Didn’t like him in Styx and Darcy’s story, but with Jagr and Regan — he was decent. So can’t wait to read the next book! Thanks for dropping by the blog!

25. Candy @ SoBella Creations - February 15, 2010

I love this series. My favorite characters are Styx, Viper and Levet. The gargoyle adds comedy and charm to the series.

I’m excited to read Beyond the Darkness. And will be waiting for Tane’s story.

Diana McCabe - February 15, 2010

I cannot wait for Tane’s story!!! He’s quite the alpha male!

26. Amanda Kates - February 15, 2010

You just made my day, four more books. I have bought your books and as a recent Kindle convert rebought them again on Kindle….love the fact that the series is different from the norm and the side characters are so lovable.

Diana McCabe - February 15, 2010

re Kindle — gotta say, it makes some purchases very easy. I like holding books in my hands but sometimes when I read about a book and want it right away — boom! It’s on my Kindle! re Alexandra Ivy’s Guardian series — you’re right. Love her side characters. When she first introduced Levet, I wasn’t sure how he’d fit in later. But now I’m so curious about him. He’s very funny!

27. elaing8 - February 15, 2010

great interview.Alexandra Ivy is a new author to me and this series has been recommended as a must read.

28. JennJ - February 15, 2010

Great interview Alexandra I sure can’t wait to read this one! 🙂 BIG HUGS

29. Alexandra Ivy - February 15, 2010

I’ve had a wonderful time writing Levet 🙂

30. mcaiko - February 15, 2010

I discovered the Guardian series by accident in the bookstore. The only book available at the store was Shay and Viper’s story. I loved it and quickly read the entire series.

I have always wondered how Alexandra Ivy came up with the idea for Levet? Was she worried that he wouldn’t appeal to readers? I really like his presence in the plot. He is such a funny character.

Gotta admit, I am intrigued by Salvatore’s story. Kind thought he was interesting even when he was very bad!!

31. E Moore - February 15, 2010

Love love this series; its always on my PRE-ORDER list. Can’t wait to hear more on the weres and with 4 more books I surely hope Levet gets a love interest…. keepem coming

32. Candylynne Gorcsi - February 15, 2010

Would sooooo love it to be a tv series! Although not sure if I would be able to wait for the next week lol

33. Janelle S. - February 15, 2010

Love your books, Alex. Cant wait to read Salvatore’s story and hope it’s going well with Tane’s.

34. ClaudiaC - February 16, 2010

I am so excited about your upcoming books! Can’t wait to start reading. Thanks Alex for such wonderful entertainment 🙂

35. Teresa W. - February 17, 2010

My favorite genre to read is Paranormal, I’m all about the vamps! Always looking for new authors and series to read, these sound good! tWarner419@aol.com

36. Eileen - February 17, 2010

Beyond the Darkness will be a great read. The strong Salvatore brought to his knees by the beautiful Harley. Great series! Looking forward to this book.

37. Lynnette - February 17, 2010

I love this series and can’t wait for Beyond the Darkness. I work in a bookstore and recommend this series to all my customers looking for paranormal romances. Would love to win this one.

38. Spav - February 17, 2010

Nice interview. I love her series! I can’t wait for the next book to be released!

39. Sharli - February 17, 2010

I haven’t read any of the books in this series, but they sound like my kind of read lol
I’m adding them to my TBR

40. Marianna - February 17, 2010

I never read anything by this author! I am very eager to, though! I love finding new authors to check out~

41. Alexandra Ivy - February 17, 2010

Salvatore was certainly a lot of fun 🙂 He’s kind of a bad boy, but there always the best to tame!

42. Donna S - February 17, 2010

Great interview. Congrats on the release. Looks like a great series.

43. Caroline - February 18, 2010

I agree I can not wait for Salvatore books he needs someone to pull the rug out from under him so looking forward to the next book.

44. Danijela - February 18, 2010

Your Books are amazing I have read them all and re-read them a few times. The vamps are so hot. Looking forward to seeing how Harley is going to tame Salvatore to love her and her only. Keep writing love the books

45. Cyndi W - February 18, 2010

This is one of my favorite series.

46. Lisa Coder - February 18, 2010

A friend introduced me to your series and I love them. Thank you so much for giving me a world I can escape into. Your books are like my “mini-vacations.”


47. Rachel Mitchell - February 18, 2010

Can’t wait to read Salvatore and Haley’s story and see Haley bring him down a peg or two! Love Levet and his lack of translating correctly!

48. kate t. - February 18, 2010

loved the interview… it answered all the questions i’ve always wondered about with any author, but alexandra ivy happens to be one of my favorites, if not THE favorite. i first started her books with viper and shay’s story, but loved that one so much i bought the other two books that were available at the time and have been a diehard fan ever since. styx will always be my favorite of her hunky heros… i love how he’s such a powerful and dominating force but yet he’s adorably brought to his knees by sweet petite darcy. absolutely love him!!! thanks for writing an amazing series, alex!

49. Stella (Ex LIbris) - February 18, 2010

I’m so happy I stumbled upon this interview as I haven’t read anything by Alexandra Ivy yet, but my interest is definitely piqued, would love to discover her series! Definitely going on my wishlist!

50. Pamela N - February 18, 2010

I have read all of Alexandra’s books one right after the other. I absolutely love them. Can’t wait for Salvatore’s book. Will the 4th sister be found? I hope so!!!

51. Jaime - February 18, 2010

This series is one of the best I have read…I enjoy every book that comes out and am awaiting Salvatore’s story and also Tane’s…Levet is my all time favorite character..he is so funny and I love how he annoys the male characters but that all the females find him so enduring once they get to know him..can’t wait for more books…thanks for such a great series Alexandra…

52. Rebecca McWha - February 18, 2010

I am glad I found your books..I have read them all thus far! I work all day and my husband works all night…It’s nice when he is at work for me to have your books to read…It’s actually become a nightly habit!! Your doing an excellent job! You def. hold my intrest!

53. Michelle Pomelow - February 18, 2010

I just read this series in a 2 week time period! It is a FANTASTIC series!! I couldn’t put it down. I completely fell in love with all of the characters. I am eagerly awaiting Salvatores and Tanes stories!!

54. Wendy M - February 18, 2010

I LOVED the whole series- every time I thought I found my favorite I would read the next story and it would change- right now I have to say Jagr is on top- but Styx is running a close second. Both of them started out so dark and to me so lonely but when they both found their mates it was great and to top it off they both found a sense of humor. And I can’t forget Levet- his comments and snarky comebacks are SO FUNNY!! A three foot tall gargoyle is just awesome!!! Can’t wait for Salvatore’s story and really looking forward to Tane’s story too!! Fantastic books- I recommend them to everyone I know.

55. Amelia G - February 18, 2010

I can’t wait for the next book to come out, and I would love the chance to get a book signed in person!! Please keep writing!!

56. Debbie Lester - February 18, 2010

I haven’t read any of her books yet, but I can’t wait to get started. Pick me! Pick me! LOL…

57. Anika - February 18, 2010

I really love this book series – can’t wait for the next one to arrive at my door step (I pre-ordered it months ago *g*). I like all heroes but I must say I have a special place in my heart for Viper … oh, and I agree whole-heartedly that Levet needs his own story. Thank you Alexandra for writing such wonderful books that let me forget the boring real world for some time. *lol*

58. Liz - February 19, 2010

Great interview, A HUGE big thankyou to Alexandra for firstly writing these brilliant books and secondly for telling where to go on here to make a comment (I’m not brilliant with blogs and the like… 🙂 Anyway keep up the good work, I can’t wait for Salvatore’s story (nor tane’s- I think it’s going to be a hoot) ^^

59. Liz - February 19, 2010

A Great interview, (and big thanks to Alexandra for helping me find where to post a comment- I’m really hopeless at posting-^^) I’m really looking forward to Salvatore’s book and also can’t wait for Tane’s story, this series is definately one of my top favourites (as in always pre-order because you know it will be worth it-^^)

Liz - February 19, 2010

sorry ’bout the double message- My first message wouldn’t show, and I thought I’d done something wrong when trying to post it, so I wrote it out but couldn’t remember exactly what I’d said (hence the changes) – I really am hopeless at this

60. Maria S. - February 19, 2010

Looking forward to the next book, then I am sure I won’t be able to wait for the next one. I am a super geek and keep a calendar of upcoming release dates so I know exactly when evertything is coming out next. I have a Kindle because I am too impatient to take the time to go the bookstore…I WANT IT NOW kind of thing and I want all my books with me at all times. Told you super geek! Thank you for writing these…as many as you write, I will read!!!! 🙂

61. Alexandra Ivy - February 19, 2010

The fourth sister is absolutely out there! Stay tuned 🙂

62. Dawn - February 19, 2010

I’ve read hundreds of Paranormal Romance series and keep coming back to this as my favorite………BIG fan of the beautiful Aztec and I wish he had a secret twin brother hidden somewhere in another book….sitting down with an IVY book is the best part of my day! Thank you!

63. Amy Jacobs - February 20, 2010

I love this series and would love a chance to win this ARC! I am a huge fan of Styx! Of course I love Levet too!
Amy J

64. Anna Shah Hoque - February 20, 2010

I love this storyline…This is a new series for me.

Happy Reading

65. Alexandra Ivy - February 21, 2010

Okay, I drew out a random number and Deana H. is the winner!!!! A huge thanks to all that entered and to Diana for inviting me to stop by…happy reading to all!

Alexandra Ivy

66. Alexandra Ivy - February 21, 2010

Oops…Deana, if you could send you’re snail mail to alexandraivy@yahoo.com I’ll get the ARC winging your way 🙂

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69. Cynthia Bradley - June 22, 2010

I’m a serious reader (at least 2 to 3 books a week) and I’ve literally read thousands of vampire and other paranormal novels and I can honestly say that the books in this series are among some of the very best!
This has to be one of my very favorite series to date. The writing is excellent and the characters well fleshed out and believable. Alexandra just pulls me in and I can”t stop reading.
Levet is my favorite character…please give him a happy ending? 🙂

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71. TARYN CELLUCCI - August 23, 2010

These books just keep getting better and better. WOW! I can not wait for the next book to come out. I just finished the series and I will be thinking about it for days now….thats how much I liked it. KEEP WRITING!

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