There is no cure for being stung.
Fiona doesn’t remember going to sleep. But when she opens her eyes, she discovers her entire world has been altered—her house is abandoned and broken, and the entire neighborhood is barren and dead. Even stranger is the tattoo on her right hand—a black oval with five marks on either side—that she doesn’t remember getting but somehow knows she must cover at any cost. She’s right.
Those bearing the tattoo have turned into mindless, violent beasts that roam the streets and sewers, preying upon the unbranded while a select few live protected inside a fortress-like wall, their lives devoted to rebuilding society and killing all who bear the mark.
Now Fiona has awakened branded, alone—and on the wrong side of the wall.
1. Describe yourself in one sentence?
Mormon wife and mother of four finally decides what she wants to be at age 30--a writer!
2. What inspired you to write Stung?
The inspiration for STUNG came from a nightmare, the swine flu outbreak, and a vaccination shortage. If you mix those three things together, you've got an idea of the plot.
3. Book/s you look forward to reading this year?
Level Two by Lenore Applehans. This sounds awesome!
4. Favorite Starbucks drink?
Ha ha. I'm a Mormon and we don't drink coffee. I have never, ever, in my entire life had a drink from Starbucks! Not even water.