Meet McKayla Schutt

My guest this week is USA Today Bestselling Author McKayla Schutt.

“McKayla, I just love the way you spell your name. Tell us a bit about yourself.”

“Hi Sarah, I love to write books about sexy werewolves, hot dragons, witches and more.”

“And you are now a USA Today Bestselling Author!”

“That too, which I’m thrilled about, but I’m also a stay at home mom of two in the state of Wyoming. Born in California, I miss the hot weather all the time.”

“McKayla, do tell us more about your writing.” (No idea what she’s laughing about.)

“My goal is to write as many sexy books as possible.”

Right… well… I think I’ll have a word with one of your characters and see how he feels about it. Forward, Sarah; it’s only a werewolf! But first>>

Especially for the Paranormal Romance fans among you, and I know there are lots, I’m introducing McKayla’s new release.

Two Alphas: A Werewolf Shifter Romance: Alpha Male Romance

Actually folks, I’m being interrupted! Not easy as most of you know, so he must be determined to have his say.

“Hey, Dante here.” He arches a brow. “Look, there are two things you should know right off the start. I will protect my pack no matter what and I will protect my mate with the same ferocious force. When Luca and I went on our evening walk around the beach I never expected to meet my mate or even have to share her with Luca.” Chuckles. “Yes, sharing her keeps our packs together and that’s the only good news.”

“Before I met Ebony with her fiery red hair and little girl, Alisha- I was known for playing the field so to speak but that’s done. I’m not a cheater! And when one of my old flings stops by, I can see the hints of mistrust in Ebony’s gaze when she looks at me. I’ll prove to Ebony that I’m not going to break her heart.”

“That’s it Dante? Don’t tell us the answers to all our questions will you!”

Nothing for it but to buy the book, quickly before the price rises, according to him. Before you do though, as promised in my newsletter – do subscribe if you haven’t already – I’m letting Ebony have her say.

“Hello, I’m Ebony. The very sick human who happens to imprint with two strong-alpha werewolves. At first, I’m hesitant on the idea of completing the bond but having two mates to watch after her daughter after she passes gives me all the reassurances. That little girl is my top priority as I adjust to my new life as the alpha female of two packs.”

“Keeping my secret of being terminally ill isn’t easy but I also don’t want to ruin the limited days I have on this earth. Luca mentions possibly becoming a werewolf like them but that’s a risk I’m not ready to take. Because if I’m not meant to be a wolf the change would kill me!”

Wondering who Luca is, other than Dante’s mention? Folks with my newsletter already know. Don’t risk coming in part way through the next story! Oh, and before I forget, when you subscribe you get a free book – sorry, no werewolves. 

Subscribe for a Free Book!

Oops, Sarah, never mind your free book – tell people where to get>>

TWO ALPHAS plus tell them a secret! Mckayla has promised to stop by a couple of times this week so remember to post your comments & questions.

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McKayla Schutt
Shifting the way you read Paranormal.


Author: authorsarahstuart

Sarah Stuart is an award-winning author whose books are based on her show business experience, her concern for animals, the challenges of her Christian faith, and her passions for history and travel. Sarah's hope is that readers will enjoy her novels as an escape from reality, but be left understanding that fame and fortune often comes at a high personal cost. Also, an increased perception of the threat to animals: those shot in the name of sport for trophy heads, endangered species, many poached for their fur and ivory, and tragically discarded pets.

37 thoughts on “Meet McKayla Schutt”

    1. I originally started with contemporary romance but I fell in love with wolves at a young age. So, I started in on werewolf shifter books and haven’t stopped. 🙂

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  1. The new book looks like a fun read. Best of luck with it all, McKayla. Do you stick to the one genre, or do you also write fiction in other genres? … I ask because I’m a multi-genre author, and that tends to garner mixed reactions for sure. I’d love to hear your take on it.

    Sarah, it’s lovely to see McKayla visiting your blog today!

    Have a wonderful weekend, everyone 🙂

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    1. Thank you for stopping by, Harmony. You were my first “author interview” and it is still available to read. You were promoting your new release, Fallout, at the time, but I never know what your next release will be.

      McKayla, I’ll leave answering Harmony’s question to you. I look forward to reading your reply.

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  2. How do you find time to write? Being a mom is a full time job. I’m a caregiver, and some days I struggle to write a thousand words.

    I’m Tom, I love sexy books, though menages make me blush. 😜😜😜😜😘😘😘😘😘😍😍😍😍

    Yay on your latest release.

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    1. I normally write when my kids do speech therapy, occupational therapy and when they are both in school. Scheduleing is key to sucess here. 😉


      1. That’s amazing, McKayla. I know people who make amazing covers – they make mine – but I wouldn’t know where to start. I’m afraid I nag them until I get what i want, which is rarely what I thought I wanted!


  3. McKayla, I am a fellow scribe that writes in multi-genres — I’m currently working on the first book in a new fantasy trilogy. If I’m working on a fantasy or a paranormal novel and a criminal-suspense at the same time, it’s easy to keep the characters separate. I’m able to get into the zone, and the story flows easily. However, I do find my suspense characters popping in to say hello when I’m working on my police procedural, or vice versa. Do your dragons ever want to talk to your werewolfs? Have your witches ever magically appeared to chat with your vampires? How do you deal with this and get back to the story? Do you have a routine or a trick to keep you focused so you can avoid distractions?

    BTW, your novels look interesting. I might have to take a look once I’ve finished my fantasy novel. I make it a rule not to read any books in the same genre while I’m writing. I don’t want to inadvertently get an idea that is similar. I like to let my characters speak for themselves. Having said that, I do love to escape with a sexy alpha — what girl doesn’t? I’m definitely going to check out Ebony and the boys.

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    1. I’m with you on your ‘rule not to read any books in the same genre’ theory, Melanie. This was something I hit on in my early days as an author and I actually found myself replicating a scene. Needless to say, the scene was wiped out and while still fresh in my mind I had a total rethink of how to deal with the particular character.
      There are many things that we can teach each other and one of them is to adopt good working practices … and the ‘not reading the same genre while writing it’ is one such practice.

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    2. My wolves, dragons and witches are so intertwined it’s crazy. This one is technically connected to Conrad, Alisha gets her own story when she gets older. The Dragons of Nevada series is connected to the Tundra Dragons and both are connected to the Legend Series. The only series that’s not offically connected is the Shifting Tactics Series but that one is connected in a diferent way. If you read The Tundra Excluive you’ll understand more at the end. 🙂

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  4. Why’d ya move away from California? And where were you at? I lived in Monterey and loved it! Wyoming would call to me though, and I’d think that you have lots more inspiration in the vast Wyoming landscape for wolves. Does the settings take place near you?

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