Tuesday, August 13, 2013

The Angels of The Winged Series by LM Pruitt

A Little Like You and Me

When I first started thinking about writing the WINGED series, I didn’t give a lot of thought to making the archangels different. To me, they were characters in the books, each with their own unique motivation for acting and thinking the way they do. Some part of me realized that this would fly in the face of what most people think about angels—especially considering the fact I was dealing with recognized, named archangels and not simply angels I’d made up. But in the end, I didn’t care.
Because I like to believe that all angels—those unnamed and those named—are at least a little like you and me.
I’ve mentioned before (or at least I think I have—the details are haze now and then on what I’ve said—that’s what happens when you talk a lot) that I find it hard to believe God (or whichever religious figure you believe in) just randomly threw a bunch of traits and emotions together in humans and hoped for the best. I mean, I know the Bible at least refers to humans as God’s greatest creation. If that’s true, then I really hope He did a few test runs first.
And why wouldn’t one of those be with the angels and archangels?
So giving Raphael, the patron saint of medical workers and medicine, a soft heart and a distaste for war makes sense to me. Michael, the renowned warrior angel, would of course be harsher, more inclined to be short of temper and a little sarcastic. There would be angels of all nationalities, all sexual orientations, all temperments.
So yes, my archangels are a little different than what most people are used to. They’re more raw, more rough around the edges, more prone to lust and anger and hurt and jealousy.
In short, they’re a little like you and me.

By LM Pruitt

I fell from the Talmadge Bridge the week before I turned thirty.

I was given a choice: Go to Heaven. Go back to my life in Savannah. Or spend eternity fighting evil under the direction of the archangels.

I chose the demons--and the angels.

I chose the Winged.

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Winged Book Two

L.M. Pruitt

In the last year, Joanne Watson has died, fallen in love, fought demons and earned her Wings.

None of that compares to what's coming next....

Life as a member of the Winged isn't perfect--or easy. There's always some new camp drama. There's always a demon ready for a fight. There's always death.

And now there's the Resistance.

Joanne must choose again, this time between her fellow Winged and their burning desire for change or the archangels and the eternal vow she made.

Even in the afterlife, one truth remains--everything ends

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Winged Book 3
L.M. Pruitt

Coming June 2013

In the last year, Joanne has survived repeated attempts on her life, wholesale slaughter, and the dissolution on the cornerstone of her new existence.

And the hard times are only beginning.

As the line between right and wrong, friend and foe, and good and evil continue to blur, Joanne is forced to face one irrefutable fact.

The hardest demons to fight are the ones you can't see.

The Winged Series
Book 4

The last six months have seen more death and destruction than any could have predicted.

And the war is only beginning.

With the fight taking Joanne and her friends from city streets to abandoned farms to the center of the earth, only one thing is certain.

The hunters are now the hunted.

This book contains scenes of graphic sex and violence. Reader discretion is advised.

About the Author:

L.M. Pruitt has been reading and writing for as long as she can remember. A native of Florida with a love of New Orleans, she has the uncanny ability to find humor in most things and would probably kill a plastic plant. She is the author of the best-selling Jude Magdalyn series, the Moon Rising series, and the Frankie Post series. She is currently at work on the next Jude Magdalyn book, Shades of Blood. She makes her home in Florida with one two cats—one smart, the other an idiot.

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