Interview with Jamie Blair, Author of A Dog Day’s Night

25 Feb 2020

What can you tell us about your new release, A Dog Day’s Night?

When a motorcycle club rolls into town and the leader opens a biker bar, it stirs up more than dust in Metamora.

The little canal town is known for its grist mill, antique shops, and bed and breakfasts, not for hosting a parade of noisy motorcycles. Cameron Cripps Hayman’s neighbors are up in arms about the Night Hounds Motorcycle Club and even start a petition to get the mayor to ban the new establishment. But the mayor says he doesn’t have the power to kick a business owner out and there’s nothing in the town statutes against opening a bar.

When the Night Hound’s leader is run off the road and left for dead, his wife comes to Cam and her Action Agency to track down the hit and run suspect. With her team down to two members, will they be able to solve the case like they’ve always done in the past? They’ll give it their best rip roaring try!

What books are currently on your nightstand?

I’m currently reading Pushing Up Daisies by MC Beaton.

What advice would you give your teenage self?

Don’t be afraid to take risks, and don’t spend time worrying about anything out of your control.

I’d like to say cleaning or writing, but I’ll be honest. I’d probably spend an extra hour sleeping or watching TV.

What makes your world go round? Why does it bring you joy?

My kids and my dog. They’re the loves of my life and I enjoy every minute I spend with them. My kids are teenagers and they’re always gone these days, so when they’re around I’m always bugging them to spend time with their old mom.

What scene in A Dog Day’s Night was your favorite to write?

There’s a scene where three of the main characters try to fill a waterbed. I laughed the whole way through writing it.

Jamie Blair is the author of the new book A Dog Day’s Night.

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