On Tour with Fear Justice (The Fear Chronicles Book 1) by C.C. Bolick and Meet the Author

Nice start to a new series.

Fear Justice (The Fear Chronicles Book 1) by C.C. Bolick is a YA Urban Fantasy that released in April.

Seventeen-year-old Rena Mason counts the days until she can leave for college. Every night her father drinks himself to sleep, leaving her to care for her younger brother. When her father is kidnapped by terrorists, her dreams of freedom become a nightmare.

Stunned that her father has a history with these terrorists, Rena knows she must run or be their next victim. She learns the tough guy at school has a reason to look after her – he’s working for a government agency with the same goal as the terrorists: find a woman who disappeared eighteen years ago. Time is running out since only this woman’s special gift can save the world from a looming nuclear attack.

Rena can’t trust anyone, especially not the stone-cold agent she’s falling for. Can they save the world before Rena’s feelings trap her in an agent’s fight for justice?

Fear Justice contains elements of fantasy, sci-fi, and paranormal, with a clean romance. It’s the first book in an exciting new series called The Fear Chronicles.

The Book is on sale for $0.99 during the tour.

Tony cleared his throat. “You said your dad was kidnapped?”

“Last night. Coach and my dad were friends. They joined the Army together.” Why was I babbling? Tony didn’t need to know my life story. “I showed up this morning because I thought he might know why these people were after my dad.”

“Did either of them tell you?”

I shook my head and looked at Tony. “The man who beat up Coach Andrews—he said he’d give me a head start before hunting me down.”

Again, Tony glanced in the mirror. “He didn’t happen to say he drives a black Lincoln, did he?”

As I spun in the seat and leaned over the headrest to see, the belt cut into my neck. Behind us, a black car crept closer with every second. Someone in the passenger seat leaned out of the window with a gun. “There’s a man with a gun following us and I’m not freaking out. At least, I don’t think I am.”

“No, you’re cool.”

With a bitter laugh, I turned back around and dropped down on the red vinyl seat. “Cool? When are you going to ask why I’m not afraid?”

Tony hit the brakes and made a turn that left me choking from the belt’s grip. “Right after you ask why I picked you up.”

AUTHOR Bio and Links:

C.C. Bolick grew up in south Alabama, where she’s happy to still reside. She’s an engineer by day and a writer by night—too bad she could never do one without the other.

Camping, fishing… she loves the outdoors and the warm Alabama weather. For years she thought up stories to write and finally started putting them on paper back in 2006. If you hear her talking with no one to answer, don’t think she’s crazy. Since talking through her stories works best, a library is her worst place to write… even though it’s her favorite!

C.C. loves to mix sci-fi and paranormal—throw in a little romance and adventure and you’ve got her kind of story. She’s written nine books including the Leftover Girl series, The Agency series, and The Fear Chronicles.

Hi C.C., and thank you for being here.

A lot of authors had some… oddities since they were little so my first question for you is, have you ever had an imaginary friend?

For the first few years, I was an only child growing up in the woods. Since there were no neighbors with children my age, I created enough imaginary friends to fill a room. They were tiny like Smurfs but green.

Do you have any phobias?

I have a fear of heights. Don’t get me anywhere near a ladder – I’ll start shaking uncontrollably. Flying is not a mode of travel I’ve ever enjoyed.

Do you listen to music when you’re writing?

All the time. I have a playlist with songs for every mood of my writing ranging from somebody just died to the rush of taking down an epic villain or feeling love for the first time.

Do you ever read your stories out loud?

That’s the best way for me to feel the stories. I always joke about how much I like finding a quiet corner of a library to write. You should see the looks I get if I start reading aloud without thinking.

Tell us about your main character and who inspired him/her.

My main character, Rena Mason, is fearless. She doesn’t hesitate to fight for what she believes in even at times I’d be terrified. In a previous series, I developed a character named Travis Payne who grew up within a government agency. He was powerful and refused to let anyone close enough to learn his secrets. I wanted Rena to be his match, powerful like him and fiercely loyal to those she cares about.







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    • Awesome, thanks for the comment. Writing scenes like this between fearless Rena and the agent who’s trying to protect her were a blast.

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  1. Wow, what a cool lifestyle, and amazing to be an engineer and a writer. This sounds interesting, I can imagine the shock of some people to find out their parent is a terrorist, and then some!

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    • Hey, thanks for the comment. The strange thing is, I really enjoy being an engineer and a writer, even if It seems like two completely different careers. As an engineer, I write programs for machines. It might be a hundred or more lines of code, but I lay out the program in the same way I lay out a book. As for the story, I love to shock my characters and see how they react.

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    • That’s an interesting question. I actually went to school and earned a degree in electrical engineering. While working as an engineer, I never stopped dreaming up stories. In 2009, I bought a laptop and wrote my first book in about 3 months. It took me the next eight years to figure out how to shape my stories into something another person might want to read.

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    • I have mixed feelings about this. Often when a book I’ve read and loved is turned into a tv show or movie, I don’t like it as much. I guess I enjoy imagining the world myself.

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