Friday, October 21, 2016

IF I WERE A MOBSTER BLOGFEST

 
If I were a Mobster, this would be me.

My Mobster Name: Crazy Granny
My Rank: The most important minion in the mob. The leader can't do without me.
Crime Zone: North Texas
My Look/Disguise: Thick bifocal glasses, silver-haired wig, dress from the early 1900s
Weapon of Choice: My evil eyes that hypnotize a person
Mobster vehicle: 1908 Model T Ford
What I'm known for: My sweet little smile and my deadly eyes. Who would suspect a crazy old lady to be a Mobster?
My Catch Phrase: "You should of listened to me, kid."
The Name of my Mob Leader. I'm not allowed to tell.

Just stay out of my way.

If you were a Mobster, who would you be? See below for a story about Mobsters.

 
 

30 SECONDS BEFORE BLURB:

Blake Herro is a cop in the Cleveland Police Force. Ever
since he was a child he wanted to do right by the city he loved by cleaning up
the streets and protecting its citizens. Red, a notorious mobster, has other
plans.

On a bitter December night, ten police officers are drawn
into a trap and killed by Red’s followers. Blake wants to bring down the Mob to
avenge his fallen brothers and to prevent other cops from being murdered.
Except the only way he can do that is by infiltrating the Mob.

Every minute he’s with these mobsters he’s in danger.
Around every corner lies the threat of coming face to face with a gun. Will he
make it out of the Mob alive or will he be their next victim?

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BIO:

Chrys Fey is the author of the Disaster Crimes Series (Hurricane
Crimes and Seismic Crimes), as well as these releases from The Wild Rose Press:
30 Seconds, Ghost of Death, and Witch of Death. Website / Blog / Facebook / Twitter





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42 comments:

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    1. Thanks, Stephanie. There may be some truth to it. I'm not telling. :)

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    1. Ha, ha. I know, L Diane. Little granny's are nice, right?

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  3. Love your "monster," Beverly:) What fun to think about, especially at Halloween time.

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    1. Thanks, Karin. Gee, if I were going to a Halloween party, it would be easy to play the part.

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  4. "You should of listened to me, kid." I can picture Crazy Granny saying that. And good point about not being allowed to tell the leader's name. You have strong Mobster code. ;)

    Thank you so much for participating in my Mobfest!

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    1. It's been great fun, Chrys. I probably said those very words a lot when my boys were growing up, except using their names instead of "kid."

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    1. Maybe it takes a crazy granny to think of it, Alex.

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  6. Love that catch phrase and I tend to use it a lot around here. No one listens to me. But then they pay the price. Wah ha ha!

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    1. Ha, ha. I guess many people with children in the family, or maybe even a spouse, say those words, Tamara, or something similar. It's good to have the final say.

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  7. haha Crazy Granny would be an awesome name.

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    1. I guess in some ways the name is fitting, Pat. I find myself doing crazy things sometimes.

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  8. Crazy Granny! I love your catch phrase, too! :)

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    1. Thanks, Tricia. I imagine I've actually said those words a few times.

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  9. I love Crazy Grannies! They're the best and most dangerous.

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    1. Ah, thanks, Lee. Sometimes looks are deceiving. :)

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  10. Don't look now, but I think I see the makings of a story in Crazy Granny's eyes!

    This is such a great idea, Chrys!

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    1. Interesting, Diedre. I hadn't really thought about a story, but now that you mention it ... Who knows? :)

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  11. What a fun blog hop. Congrats, Chris!

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  12. Crazy granny eyes is a cool quality for a mob leader. Crazy eyes always scare me. You're right, people would never suspect you, so you'd have the upper hand and the advantage. Love your mob profile. Congrats to Chrys on the release of her new book.

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  13. Crazy Granny with the evil eyes. So cool! I love that you went old school, and the 1908 car - classic. :) Great profile and awesome blog hop. Enjoy your weekend. Congrats to Chrys on her new book.

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    1. Old school fits me better, lilicasplace. Enjoy your weekend too, what's left of it. I like old cars. :)

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  14. OMG! Your mobster persona is fabulous! I literally laughed out loud at your car and secret powers. You're right - who'd suspect a granny? Wishing Chrys much success!

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    1. Aw, thanks, Lexa. Glad I made you laugh. I guess my powers aren't so secret any more. :) Yep, you gotta watch these grannies.

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  15. Loved the post especially your Mobster name.
    Yvonne.

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    1. Thanks, Yvonne. Well, I am a granny, and I act crazy sometimes, so it just all came together.

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  16. So happy to see Chrys here today! I love your mobster name and catch phrase. :) Awesome! Best of luck to Chrys!
    ~Jess

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    1. Thanks, Heather. This hop has been so much fun, reading about the Mobsters.

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  18. I don't think anyone would see you coming. LOL
    sherry @ fundinmental

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    1. I think you're right, Sherry, though the 1908 Ford might draw some attention. :)

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  19. Hah! The granny mobster rocks! LOL. I love it.

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    1. Heh, heh. Yep, Crystal, that old rocking chair sure rocks good, even for a granny mobster.

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