Title: KILL CODE
Author: Luna Kayne
Pub. Date: January 22, 2019
Publisher: Kayne Publishing
Formats: Paperback, eBook
HOW FAR WOULD YOU GO TO PROTECT THE ONES YOU LOVE?
Ten years ago, a covert government operation gone wrong separated Jack from Jessa, the girl he promised he would never leave.
Jack’s special forces team receives a tip, leading them to a remote farmhouse in search of a group of hackers led by the elusive Zane who work for the same person he holds responsible for Jessa’s death, ten years earlier.
Past and present collide as what was once lost is now standing in front of him and appears to be working for the very evil he is trying to end.
But is everything as it seems as secrets begin to unravel and pieces are put back in their proper places?
And will the last missing piece, the answer to all of their problems, be found in time?
*** Due to some dark and explicit themes in this book, it is recommended for mature audiences only. ***
* Kill Code is the first book in a trilogy.
Luna Kayne is a multi-published author in the romance and erotica genres. Her creative works include novels, novelettes and a book of poetry and prose.
Within the romance genre, her books and short stories are also listed under suspense, paranormal, BDSM and contemporary.
The woman behind Luna Kayne’s pen name has been writing for online publications since 2005. She writes from her home on an acreage near Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
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WHAT IS ON YOUR DESK?
My desk is fairly simple. It’s positioned in a little nook on the second floor of our home.
Everything I need to write is on my laptop. I have a Macbook that I use for personal, everyday things and there are some things that my Chromebook can’t do. I use my Chromebook for writing and anything to do with my writing. The mini bottle of Grand Marnier reminds me of my dad, he passed away from Cancer at the end of 2017. He used to make a homemade version of the drink. The mini dinosaur is a toy from a Kinder Egg. I really have no idea why I keep him. I think it’s the unimpressed look on his face telling me to get back to writing. The red bodice is actually a purse I picked up at a secondhand store. The contraption under my desk is a heater. Because I’m in central Canada and our winters get so cold. I want to hang some artwork or a painting o the wall in front of me but I haven’t found the right item yet.
10 Favorite Books and 1 that isn’t
● Lamb – Christopher Moore
● Oryx & Crake – Margaret Atwood
● She’s Come Undone – Wally Lamb
● One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest – Ken Kesey
● Phantom Tollbooth – Norton Juster
● Fifty Shades of Grey – EL James
● Dust to Dust – Tami Hoag
● Tara Road – Maeve Binchy
● The Clothes They Stood Up In – Alan Bennett
● To Cut a Long Story Short – Jeffrey Archer
● The Stupidest Angel – Christopher Moore
What books did you read as a child that inspired you to write?
My favourite childhood books were the Jacob Two-Two series by Mordecai Richler, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl, and the Amelia Bedelia series by Peggy Parish. Those inspired the most creativity for me.
Song list for your book
● Adagio in D Minor (From “Sunshine”) – The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra
● Shatter Me (feat Lzzy Hale) – Lindsey Sterling
● When You’re Gone – The Cranberries
● Sway – Bic Runga
● You Don’t Own Me – Grace
● Orleans – The Standstills
● Wild Horses – The Sundays
● Right Type of Mood – Herbie
● Hello – Adele
● Uummannaq Song – KT Tunstall
What is a typical writing day like for you?
A typical day for me is getting up and getting my two daughters off to school. I start with a coffee and usually pull up my Twitter account (@LunaKayne) to post a poem or thought. I typically write/work from 9am – 2:45pm with some breaks and the start of my day consists of me reading over my last couple of pages to brush up on what I wrote as I tend to zone out when I write sometimes and I can’t remember if I wrote part of my story down, or just thought about it. I write from Monday to Thursday and will sit down outside of those hours to continue if I am on a roll and I want to keep the momentum going. I typically write in silence, but will take a break to listen to music if I am trying to work out a chapter in my head. I have a bicycle-desk that sits behind me that I should really use more…
3 winners will win an eBook of KILL CODE, International.
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