Thriller Thursday Guest — Author Tamera Lawrence

Today’s guest is Mystery Author Tamera Lawrence.  If you love mysteries with a paranormal flair, then keep the lights on with The Pond.  Trust me you won’t look at dark closets and homemade pies in the same way.

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Book Synopsis:

Twenty-five years have passed since eight-year old Carl Weber drowned in Gray’s Pond, and now one member of the Adam’s family has returned to Kimberton, Pennsylvania, to reside once again in the old mansion. It is time for Mark Adam to revisit his past, and for his wife Donna and daughter, Kim, to become acquainted with their neighbors- a rather odd old couple that owns the farm across the street.

Each day, however, brings strange occurrences- increasing paranormal activity, till it becomes agonizingly clear that ghosts of the past are trying to make their presence known. As the family delves deeper into the past, the future becomes more perilous with every passing discovery.

Book purchase link:  THE POND

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Jennifer Chase: If your main character was trapped in an elevator with three other people, how would your hero devise a plan to escape?  Would they take any of the people with them?

Tamera Lawrence: Mike, the main character in this book, would never leave anyone behind. He would use every means necessary to make sure everyone was safe – even putting his own safety above others.

Jennifer Chase: How do you get inside your main character’s head when writing?

Tamera Lawrence: I allow the main character to rein in my thoughts sometimes for days or weeks seeing life and decisions through their eyes. I try to distance my own personal feelings and bring about my character’s unique personal traits to life.

Jennifer Chase: What’s your specific genre?  If you could write in any other genre, what would it be and why?

Tamera Lawrence: I have always had a flair for writing paranormal or thrillers. When I first started writing, Romance was my first ambition. I have learned to interweave both elements to satisfy my personal tastes.

Jennifer Chase: Why should readers pick up The Pond?

Tamera Lawrence: If you like paranormal mysteries, THE POND should satisfy your appetite. It has a ghostly element and just the right amount of mystery added to the mix. I like making people squirm.

Jennifer Chase: What types of emotions will readers experience when they read your book?

Tamera Lawrence: Hopefully, anyone who reads THE POND will turn the lights up a little bit brighter…perhaps wonder more about their strange neighbors.

Jennifer Chase: Now, it’s time to play word association with your main character.  Please respond  with one word that comes to mind (in your main character’s voice) to the words listed below.

Tamera Lawrence:

Plot:  murder

2012: Hope

Predator:  Charlie

Giggles:  Mikey

Rural: farm

Omnipresence:  God

Thank you Author Tamera Lawrence!

Author Bio:

With a passion for writing, Award winning author Tamera Lawrence likes to entertain readers with edgy thrillers and mysteries mixed with romance.  As a mother of six, Tamera draws on personal experiences to bring to life interesting characters set in today’s complex world. She loves meeting fans and writes book reviews upon request.

Tamera also likes to play softball and clang out a tune or two on the piano.

Where you can find out more about Author Tamera Lawrence:



Outskirts Press

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3 Responses to Thriller Thursday Guest — Author Tamera Lawrence

  1. zencherry says:

    Ooo I loves me a good ghost story. (Squee!) Great interview you two! 😀


  2. Superb interview, Jen. I agree with zencherry. There’s nothing like a good ghost story!


  3. Thanks guys for stopping by! The Pond is a great ghost story and a perfect weekend read 🙂


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