Indie Author Spotlight – Bebe Knight and “An Element of Time”

Indie Author Spotlight – Bebe Knight and “An Element of Time”

I’m happy to welcome another great indie author to the site.  Please say hello to Bebe Knight…



Bebe Knight, author of the Eternal Flame Series, lives in Upstate NY with her husband and son. Writing has always been a part of her life whether it be books, plays, or handwritten letters to friends and family. It’s a dream come true for her to be able to share her stories with others.

Follow Bebe at her website, her blog, Facebook, Goodreads and Twitter.  Or check out her Cafe Press store!

Her new book is “An Element of Time” – which is just book one of the Eternal Flame series, so there’s more great writing to come…

A vampire and a slayer walk into a bar… Sounds like the beginning of a bad joke, but for Veronica and Mackenzie, it’s the beginning of the rest of their lives…

The world has seen its fair share of evil, but Veronica Chase had no idea such monsters truly existed. Werewolves, poltergeists, witches… even vampires. Ignorance was bliss. But her reality was crushed on that horrid day her family was taken away from her. Now, Veronica has devoted her entire life to hunting those very creatures, searching for the werewolf pack that murdered her parents in hopes of finding her abducted sister. Nothing will get in her way of settling the score for the hand she was unjustly dealt. That is until her newest assignment brings her to her knees.

After one hundred and eight years on earth, Mackenzie Jones thought he had seen it all. With the exception of daylight of course, but that’s what comes with the territory being a vampire and all. Perpetually damned to live his life as a bartender in the shadows of the night, nothing has sparked his interest lately. Just once he wished something exciting would happen in his mundane life. Little did he know, his wish was about to come true. Walking through the door to his bar, and into his heart, Mackenzie allows love to take the wheel for the first time. There’s just one slight problem. She’s there to kill him.

You can buy the book at

And I’ve also got an interview with Bebe…

  • Who is your favorite author?

    • In my genre, I adore J.R. Ward! Her plotlines are out of this world, her imagery is beautiful and I can really connect with her characters.
  • Use no more than two sentences. Why should we read your book?

    • An Element of Time is meant to be a fun, romantic, suspenseful read that paranormal fans can gobble up, feel satisfied with but are still hungry for more. Like Chinese food.
  • Have any of your characters been modeled after yourself?

    • Sisters, Veronica and Stella, started out being based on me and my own sister. Throughout the editing process, I tried to strip away pieces of ourselves in them but there are definitely characteristics that stayed.
  • If you could exchange lives with any of your characters for a day which character would you choose and why?

    • That would have to be Mackenzie. He had it hard in the beginning after he was turned into a vampire, but his life has mellowed out a bit since then. I wouldn’t mind finding out what it’s like to be a vampire for a day.
  • What books have most influenced your life?

    • Most definitely Harry Potter. I’m always amazed at the world she built and wish I had a fraction of her creativity!
  • If you could select one book that you could rewrite and add your own unique twist on, which book would that be?

    • One of my favorite shows on TV right now is Once Upon a Time. I love how they put their unique spin on all of the different fairy tales. If there was one fairy tale I wish I could put my own spin on, it would have to be The Little Mermaid.
  • Beatles or Monkees? Why?

    • Hands down, The Monkees. Growing up, my mom would play reruns of their show for me and my sister. I swear we know every line to every episode. My first concert at the ripe old age of 4 was a Monkees concert. I was even fortunate enough to get to see Davy perform solo in NYC before he passed away. They were a major part of my upbringing and I wouldn’t have wanted it any other way!

(For fans of the show, I pay homage to them in my book. If you know the show, you will recognize it!)

  • Who should play you in a film of your life?

    • Only because I adore her and we are both red heads, I will go with Debra Messing. I am always drawn to red-headed actors/actresses! Which might be why I chose The Little Mermaid. 


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