Mask of the Gods by Karen Furk @karenfurkauthor #BlogTour @rararesources Q&A

Thank you for stopping by I’m delighted to be one of the stops on the blog tour for Mask of the Gods and today Karen Furk has kindly taken part in my Which Three Q&A. First of all though let’s take a look at the description for the book…


Soul Demons live off the souls of the living. 

When Haydan’s home world is invaded by a soul demon seeking an item shrouded in myth and legend, his father evicts him and sends him to safety. His chosen one and warrior should provide reassurance and sanctuary, but neither appears to be working very well. Just when he thinks matters cannot get any worse his scheming grandmother arrives. She has her own plans that appear to involve him, none of which bodes well.

Diego feels confident he has the soul demon under control. Overlooking his devious mother’s involvement, he fails to appreciate that he is not only storm rider elder, but also an elven prince and certain debts are about to become due.

Lavinia worries about her grandson, but also who she left behind in the elven realm a long time ago. Tallin thinks she abandoned him and he is livid. She has everything under control, including Tallin…at least that is what she thinks.

They all need to learn afresh who to trust. With a soul demon on the rampage, an unleashed, angry and betrayed elven king and a long-forgotten mask surfacing, what could possibly go wrong? 

The past is about to catch up with all of them. Nothing is going to go as planned because the mask and the gods have other ideas. 


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Thank you for taking part, so let’s get started…

Which three words best describe your personality?




Which three vacation spots are your favourite?




Which three things do you enjoy doing when you aren’t writing?

Spending time with my husband and two boys

Martial arts (I’m a blue/black belt. 3 belts off black)

Reading or Walking (which these days usually involves Pokemon Go at some point!)

Which three books would you want if you were stuck on a desert island?

Any of the George RR Martin books (I know you only asked for 3, but don’t make me choose!)

Any of the Lord of the Rings books (Same applies here! Don’t make me!)

Labyrinth by Kate Mosse (Here you go. I picked one! I read this years ago and loved the way Kate weaves the time periods together, so clever!)

Which three books were your favourite as a child?

The Famous Five books (Yes, I’m at it again, they were all good!)

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the wardrobe

The Worst Witch book series

Which three characters from any book would you have around for dinner?

Gandalf or Dumbledore

Jon Snow (He knows things)

Danaerys (and her dragons)

Which three things most inspired this book?



My crazy imagination and love of fantasy stories

Which three emotions do you think your readers will experience while reading your book?




Last question I promise 😉

Which three words would you use to describe your book?




Thank you again!


Karen Furk loves fantasy stories. She has done ever since she was a small, lonely child with an over active imagination. She’s particularly fond of stories that are crammed full of magic, mayhem and magical creatures. Karen’s background in marketing laid the foundations for her writing career which began after a serious bout of depression. No longer able to contain her over active imagination, the stories finally flowed onto a page. She aims to surprise and delight with the characters and worlds she creates. She lives in the North West of the UK with her husband, two boys and a hamster called Rufus (Yes, a girl hamster with a boy’s name. Don’t ask, she just embraces the crazy!).

Visit her at or find her on social media and say hello – she’s on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest under the user name karenfurkauthor.

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