LDS author Janette Rallison, also known as CJ Hill, says she writes books because writing is much more fun than cleaning bathrooms. Her avoidance of housework has led her to writing 24 novels that have sold over 1,000,000 print copies and have been on many reading lists.
Rallison says her books are “Fantasy, sci-fi, and romantic comedy because hey, there is enough angst in real life, but there’s a drastic shortage of humor, romance and hot guys who fight dragons.”
Her new book, The Girl Who Heard Demons (Kindle Press, 2016), was honored recently by Amazon’s Kindle Scout for receiving the most votes. Rallison fans know she has a great, sometimes quirky sense of humor which she uses in all of her books. She also knows how to spin a good yarn.
The book blurb reads, “When [Adelle, the main character] overhears supernatural voices celebrating the impending death of the school quarterback, Levi Anderson, she knows she has to do something to prevent it However, the demons aren’t the ones plotting; they’re just celebrating the chaos, and Adelle must contend with earthly forces as well if she wants to preserve Levi’s life.
Handsome, popular Levi doesn’t appreciate Adelle’s self-appointed role of guardian angel. As Adelle battles to keep him safe, she’ll have to protect her heart, too. Can she do both?”
The book is considered a teen and young adult romance and paranormal fantasy. Rallison says the book also includes religion.
Rallison lives in Arizona with her husband, kids and “enough cats to classify her as eccentric.”
To learn more about Janette Rallison, see her website, JanetteRallison.com.