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Friday, February 10, 2017

Story-star Confession: Samantha Parks from Secret: In Wolf Lake by DK Davis

Story-star Confession: Samantha Parks from Secret: In Wolf Lake 

Hello everyone: ) Thanks for dropping in and checking out Secret: In Wolf Lake story-star, Samantha Parks, a.k.a. Sam. She actually hates too much attention, so I (DK Davis, writer of her story) took on the role of interviewer. Mostly just to get her talking: )

DK Davis – Okay, Sam, time to get started. Tell everyone a little about yourself – you know, like your age and interests, things you love to do.

Sam – I’m fifteen, actually closer to sixteen. *she looks at me and I nod for her to continue* Okay, let’s see, I love fishing, adore my chocolate Labrador, Koko, and enjoy being at Wolf Lake. I’d rather be there than my other option.

DK – Ahhh, yes, let’s talk about the other option…what is it and why the negative vibes regarding it?
Sam – Mom wanted me to travel with her and Matt. Can you imagine being the third wheel on a European honeymoon? I’d hate it. *rolls eyes*

DK – That’s not really why you chose not to go. Give it up, be honest with us.
Sam – Fine. *big sigh* Matt and Dad were best friends. I mean they grew up together, all through school, like brothers. They did everything together. Now he thinks he can move deeper into my life and replace my father!?

DK – But why would he think that? What happened to your father?
Sam – *eyes shine with water* Dad was killed two years ago. Hit by a druggy driving through the school parking lot where my father taught.

DK – So sorry for your loss, Sam. *Sam nods* Let’s talk about something else, like what are your dislikes as a girl in today’s world?
Sam - *smiles* I have a hard time relating to girly-girls. My cousin, Lisa, is one of those. All she thinks about is guys. Seriously. Well, that’s not all she thinks about…I mean she’s always checking her hair, painting her nails, doing her make-up, wearing clothes that…well, seem tight and revealing to me, uncomfortable.

We used to have fun together, a few years ago…before her every thought included a guy. Now…we pretty much can’t stand each other.

DK – So what’s the best thing about Wolf Lake?
Sam – I’ve always loved Wolf Lake. It was where we went for vacation when Dad was alive. I have good memories from there. Plus, there’s something else I discovered there…a secret…something I promised not to talk about until given permission. Now, I have new memories…and honestly, new friendships, the kind that might last forever.

DK – Well that pretty much sews up our time today – thank you, Sam. I really appreciate you coming along and agreeing to the interview.
Sam – Thanks for asking, DK. I want everyone to know my story, to know the secret locked inside the story, and to love and resonate with the ending like I do: )

Thank you for having us at your place today – it’s been amazing hanging out with you and your readers. We hope you’ll check out Sam’s story, Secret: In Wolf Lake, for now – we’d love to answer any questions or comments you’d like to make. Please don’t be shy…we’d love to chat; )

by DK Davis 1/1/2017
Genre: YA, sci-fi, fantasy
Publisher: Books We Love Ltd.
Number of pages: 120
Word Count: 41,200
Cover Artist: Michelle Lee
Samantha discovers a gifted creature living in Wolf Lake; now his life depends on her saving him.

Samantha’s dealing with a lot of emotional blow-back from her mother’s new marriage. Then she discovers a gifted creature living in Wolf Lake, and life suddenly becomes all about keeping his existence a secret, earning his trust. That is until his life depends on her saving him. But she won’t be able to do it alone…

Secret Series
A series of secrets, invisible yet glaring, and most include a Supernatural spin, like an unwelcomed sensation sparking every nerve ending.

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DK Davis writes YA sci-fi, supernatural, and fantasy with a good dollop of all the relationships woven in between. When she’s not writing, editing, or reading, she’s hiking, RV’ing, fishing, spending time with grandchildren or her favorite muse (her husband) in Southwest Michigan.


  1. Hi Sharon - thanks so much for having Samantha and I at your place. It's been a great visit...and I especially love getting Samantha into a chatting mood:) Have ana amazing weekend.

    1. Thanks for taking the time! Here are some moonpies and Koolaid for you guys... *hands over box with air holes and wrapped tightly in tape, doesn't make eye contact. Runs*