Spotlight On: Loren Rhoads #ASOT2014


SPOTLIGHT ON: Loren Rhoads


How did you get involved in the Authors Supporting Our Troops event?

I saw the announcements popping up everywhere, but once Sumiko Saulson participated, I was inspired to follow in her footsteps.


What is your latest release and what genre is it?

I’m co-author (with Brian Thomas) of As Above, So Below, an urban horror/fantasy.

 AS Above cover

Quick description of it.

As Above, So Below is the story of Lorelei, a succubus who sees an angel across a crowded bar and decides he’ll fall for her, no matter what she needs to do. It’s also the story of Azaziel, an angel who came to Earth as a Watcher before the Flood and has searched for the perfect love ever since. Aza rescues the soul of one of his mortal charges and uses it to possess Lorelei – which drags in a defrocked priest to perform the biggest exorcism LA has ever seen in front of a virtual Who’s Who of Hell.


Something unique about it.

It’s the only book I know where a teenaged girl possesses a succubus.



Links for people to buy it.

Paperback at Amazon:



Black Bed Sheets:



Your promo links.



Twitter: @morbidloren


Your short Bio.

Loren Rhoads is the co-author of As Above, So Below (with Brian Thomas), author of Wish You Were Here: Adventures in Cemetery Travel, and editor of The Haunted Mansion Project: Year TwoThe Dangerous Type, her Hong Kong revenge space opera trilogy with a Hammer Horror villain will be published in Spring 2015 by Skyhorse. She believes genre boundaries are for wimps.


2 Responses to “Spotlight On: Loren Rhoads #ASOT2014”

  1. Reblogged this on Morbid Is as Morbid Does and commented:
    I contributed Morbid Curiosity Cures the Blues to Authors Supporting Our Troops and in return, I got this nice post featuring my newest book. Thanks, Armand, for all you’re doing!


  2. […] blog * Ty Schwamberger did a March Plug post on As Above, So Below * Armand Rosamilia ran a Spotlight on me, related to Authors Supporting Our Troops 2014 * I joined the Meet My Character blog hop, […]


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