Supernatural

Get into Bed with Molly Harper (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Molly Harper (Author Interview)by Lynn Reynolds

Lynn Reynolds: Was it hard to make the switch from werewolf to haunted house in Better Homes and Hauntings? Molly Harper: Not really.  I have always been fascinated by hauntings.  I was that weird little kid who checked out the non-fiction paranormal books out of the elementary school library so many times that my mom […]

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Get into Bed with Elisabeth Staab (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Elisabeth Staab (Author Interview)by Keira G

Keira: Tell us a bit about the vampire mythology around the Chronicles of Yavn Series. Elisabeth Staab: The vampires in the Chronicles of Yavn are alive rather than undead. They’re a sort of divergent species that also comes equipped with super powers. They have the standard weaknesses – can’t handle sunlight (unless they’re a half-breed), […]

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Excerpt: Feral Escape (Catnip and Cauldrons, Book 3) by Autumn Jones Lake

Excerpt: Feral Escape (Catnip and Cauldrons, Book 3) by Autumn Jones Lake by Guest Blogger

Sometimes when I’m writing, the words just flow from my fingertips. It’s a trance-like state where what I envision in my head magically transforms into the story I want to tell. Other times, I sit, poke at the keyboard and nothing comes out right. It’s those other times that I desperately look for inspiration anywhere […]

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Review: The Deepest Ocean (Eden Series, Book 2) by Marian Perera

Review: The Deepest Ocean (Eden Series, Book 2) by Marian Pereraby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Captain Darok Juell is due to set sail into enemy waters and for once in his life he has to wait for a woman, a woman who with her witchcraft can protect his ship as well as send his enemies back into the sea. The woman is called Yerena Fin […]

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Review: The Sherbrooke Bride (Bride Series, Book 1) by Catherine Coulter

Review: The Sherbrooke Bride (Bride Series, Book 1) by Catherine Coulterby Keira G

Hero: Douglas Sherbrooke, Earl of Northcliffe, needs an heir and a bride. He secures the beautiful Melissande’s hand in marriage. Before they can wed he’s called away to attend delicate matters and sends his cousin to marry for him by proxy. Bad idea! When he returns he finds his cousin stole his bride and married […]

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Heroes Who Think They’re Villains

Heroes Who Think They’re Villainsby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Saloni Quinby, author of Fangs and Floggers (Weapons of Redemption) Although I love many different types of characters, my favorites are the redeemed villain and the antihero. There’s nothing more intriguing than a man or woman with a murky past who at some point in their story, manages to do the right […]

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Review: Blood Torn (Blackthorn, Book 3) by Lindsay J. Pryor

Review: Blood Torn (Blackthorn, Book 3) by Lindsay J. Pryorby Sharon S.

Reviewed by Sharon S. ‘Vampires might bite, honey, but lycans tear.’ Jask Tao, lycan leader, rules his pack with absolute dedication and demands the same loyalty in return. In the world of Blackthorn, where respect is a rare commodity, Jask has earned his – few dare to cross him, and fewer survive to tell the […]

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Why Do Vampires Make Great Heroes?

Why Do Vampires Make Great Heroes?by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Cynthia Garner, author of Vampire’s Hunger Prior to Bram Stoker’s Dracula, vampires were dead things that crawled out of their graves each night to feed on the living, usually their family members and friends. They were the evil (and icky) undead. Nothing remotely romantic about ’em. Then Mr. Stoker came along with […]

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