Friday, October 24, 2014

Fire Writer Friday: Paty Jager

Cowboy Marvin loves listening to the Written Fireside stories and is having great fun learning a little more about 

Graciously, those author who participate in the round robin stories have agreed to stop by, on certain Fridays, and visit with my curious goat.

Stopping by this Friday is

Paty Jager     

Howdy Ms. Jager, so nice of you to stop by.  

Now down to business, are you a night owl or early bird? 

Neither. I like to sleep till 7 am but only stay up until 10 pm.

Interesting, I like to get up with the sun and nibble on blackberry leaves. 

You should try that sometime, yummy.  

Moving on, who would you be, Batman or Robin?

Robin, I’m most comfortable letting someone else lead and me do the clean up.

I didn't know Robin did western. I guess a goat can learn something new everyday. 

Personally, I'm partial to Super Goat Man.   

Would you take a taxi or a limo if they were the same price?

Limo. Always go for the better deal. ;)

Have you ever considered the subway? 

All the cool goats are riding it.  

Tell me, what was the last song you listened to? 

Song of the South by Alabama

Good song.  I enjoy songs about goats. 
Have you heard this one? 

What about your taste in movies, do you like scary, comedy, romance or adventure?

Definitely not scary! The abominable snowman on Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer scared me as a kid. I like romantic comedies and action adventure but no shoot-em up movies.

I love romance.

I get a warm feeling watching couples walk off into the sunset.

What season do you like best, Spring, Summer, Winter or Fall? 

That’s a hard one…I like spring because it brings the wild flowers and warmth after a cold winter. 

I like summer because it is warm, crops grow, and the days are longer. 

You can’t beat the crisp air of fall and the colorful leaves. 

And winter has its own charm with the sparkly snow, cozy days by the fireplace, and the expectation of Spring.

I have to say I'm partial to spring myself... so many green, tender munchies.    

Would you tell me a place you've never been to, but would love to visit?

I would like to go to Hawaii. Just to see a tropical beach and still be on U.S. soil.

I love to visit to Hawaii too. 

I hear the surfing is amazing.

Tell me, would you swim in the ocean or a pool?

Pool definitely a pool. If I can’t see the bottom I freak out. 

I learned to swim in a crystal clear river that was fresh snow melt. But I could see the bottom!

I agree, pools can be fun! 

How would you go camping - sleeping bag under the stars, tent, trailer, fancy RV, or a hotel with room service?

I like the sleeping bag in a tent. But now that, I’m aging, I’d like a cot so I don’t have to get up off the ground. ;)

Tents are tons of fun.


One last question.  A goat walks through your door right now wearing a cowboy hat.  What does he say and why is he there?

“This is Munchie’s ghost. 

Why haven’t you had another goat on your place since I died?”

We're like potato chips Ms. Jager. 

One goat is never enough, have two. 

Paty was a Fire Writer for 
Of The Storm and Be Mine, Marshal

She was also on a First Fight Friday with Cowboy Marvin.

Paty is a multi-published author.

Her latest release is 

Spirit of the Mountain Book One

Evil spirits, star-crossed lovers, and duty…which will prevail? 

Wren, the daughter of a Nimiipuu chief, loves the mountain and her people—the Lake Nimmipuu. When a warrior from the enemy Blackleg tribe asks for her hand in marriage to bring peace between the tribes, she knows it is how she must fulfill her vision quest. But she is torn between duty and her breaking heart. 

Himiin, as spirit of the mountain, watches over all the creatures on his mountain, including the Nimiipuu. When Wren shows no fear of him as a white wolf, he listens to her secret fears and loses his heart to the mortal maiden. Respecting her people’s beliefs, he must watch her leave the mountain with the Blackleg warrior. 

When an evil spirit threatens Wren’s life, Himiin rushes to save her. But to leave the mountain means he’ll turn to smoke…

Spirit of the Mountain Book One
is available on 
ISBN 9781940064833

Follow Paty Jager online

Thanks for stopping by Paty!

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