Monday, 1 June 2015

Blog Tour - Opening The Veil by C.L. Clark | A character interview with Cassiopeia Brant | Giveaway

A Character Interview with Cassiopeia Brant

Today on our blog, we have Cassiopeia Brant from Opening The Veil!

Q: If you were given access to a time machine, would you travel to the past or future and why?
A: Ooo, that’s an easy one.  I would definitely head to the past.  I’ve got a thing for old architecture and an interest in older fashions.  Plus, ever since I started seeing and helping ghosts, I can’t help but wonder about who they were when they were alive.  It would be really great to see them in action in their time.

Q: What three things would you take to a deserted island?
A: Although Allie, that’s my cat, isn’t exactly a thing, I would definitely take her with me.  She’s not big on traveling, but I couldn’t bear to leave her behind. After that it gets tricky.  I mean, if it’s truly deserted, then I would want to have a book of matches and a survival guide. But, if it’s more on the fantasy side where food and shelter isn’t really an issue, then a laptop chock full of old movies that we can magically watch without electricity is must have.  The last item is a toss up between a freezer full of Mint Chocolate Chip ice cream or a really hot guy. Talk about fantasy!  With my luck lately the guy would turn out to be a serial killer. I stick with the ice cream.

Q: If you could have a super power, what would it be?
A: That’s a tough one. I mean, sure I’d love to fly or control things with my mind, but now that I see ghosts and they want my help, well, I’d rather be able to read their thoughts since they can’t talk. Or at least be way better at charades – that would make my life loads easier.

Q: What’s your favorite . . .

Book:  Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Movie:  Anything with Katherine Hepburn - but Bringing Up Baby in particular

Breakfast Food:  I like egg scrambles with bacon, mushrooms, and cheese.

Season:  Spring

Q: Which do you like better?

Beach or Pool? 
Beach, definitely.

Cake or Pie? 
Cake – Rich, yummy, devil’s food cake.

Computers or Television?
Computers – I do a lot of research

Mac or PC? 

Board Games or Video Games? 
Board Games with lots of friends and snacks

Book or Movie? 
Movies – black and white or the older colored ones.

Q: What are your plans for the future?
A: I’m looking at becoming an insurance investigator; it’s interesting work. Otherwise, most of my free time is devoted to helping the spirits of Kensington Falls find closure or justice or whatever it is they need to move on. There seems to be a lot of ghosts in my town, too.

Thanks for having me on your blog today. I like what you’ve done with it – pretty cool.

If you’d like to learn more about Cassie, Allie, and the ghosts of Kensington Falls, check out “Opening the Veil” the first book of the New Sight series available on

Title: Opening the Veil (New Sight Book 1)
Author: C.L. Clark 
Release Date: 03/21/15
Pages: 177


When Cassie agrees to go on a date with her gorgeous new neighbor, she doesnt expect the night to end with a glimpse into eternity. Within twenty-four hours she discovers not only are young women being brutally murdered around her beloved town, but an ancient evil is using her new neighbor like a puppet to do the killing.  
Knowing the police wont believe her without solid proof, she makes it her mission to find the evidence they need. Add to that how her cat has started talking to her, along with seeing ghosts around town, and its no surprise that she's beginning to question her sanity. This is the first book in the New Sight Series - paranormal series about a young woman whose eyes are opened to the hidden world around her and her compulsion to help the dead seek answers and justice.  Imaginatively entertaining with light humor and a quickening pace, C. L. Clarks interesting new twist on paranormal fantasy is a book series that readers will not want to pass up.

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C.L. Clark

C. L. Clark has been a lifetime resident of the Twilight Zone  seeing every day occurrences and banal objects through slightly skewed, dark, and creepy glasses. The question usually on her mind is What if? followed by any number of strange ideas which quickly become stories that must be shared. When asked about where her story ideas come from, she usually smiles mischievously and remarks, My fingers have a mind of their own. Often found peeking under rocks, wandering through graveyards, and poking her nose into abandoned haunted houses, she has a particular love for black cats, breaking mirrors, and running with scissors.

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