Imprisoned for months, only two thoughts have kept Ada from succumbing to the pain once and for all. Escape, and an excruciating death for the vampire who locked her in this damn cell. Ada's freedom rests in the hands of someone she was sure had forgotten about her. But she couldn't have been more wrong. … Continue reading Tell Me Your Name | Paranormal Romance Flash Fiction
Featuring my Crescent City Arcana series and books by my fellow Otherworldly Romance Reads admins. 🙂 Thanks, E.G.!
One of the most wonderful aspects of the independent publishing revolution are books that don’t fit the traditional publishing mold. Enjoy reading paranormal, fantasy, and science fiction? Want it mixed with romance, suspense, action, plot twists, and steamy times? Once, such genre mashups were about as common as unicorns. Today, there are so many options, it can be hard to choose. In honor of Halloween and all things that go bump in the night, here is a trio of indie published urban fantasy and paranormal romance authored by my friends Marie Johnston, Rachel Chanticleer, and Veronica Del Rosa.
Another wonderful aspect of the indie revolution; free and cheap e-books. The one’s in this trio range from $0.0 to $3.99 (Less than a Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte).
Marie Johnston pens steamy paranormal romance with a wicked bite because as all paranormal lovers know, a good vampire story never…
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Candy Goya replica, GISH 2016 GISHWHES starts this Saturday! "The heck is GISHWHES?" you may wonder. It's the "Greatest International Scavenger Hunt the World Has Ever Seen", and it's a weird, awesome, exhausting, Guinness World Record-holding good time. But GISH is more than that, it's also a global event to benefit great causes, and is the … Continue reading The Hunt is Upon Us!
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted any Crescent City Arcana updates on here, but I finally have some news! In the wee hours of the morning on May 3rd, I wrote the last line of the follow up to The Hunter and the Witch. Yay! It’s been two years since I published HatW and three … Continue reading The Road So Far
My library's upper section. Yes, the floors are glass. Eek! One of the things I most enjoy about writing is researching the subject matter. I love hanging out at the library, pouring over both faded tomes you can't remove from the building and newer books or reference material. And I know I'm lucky--I love my city's library … Continue reading Research can Help Make the Pieces Fit
I'm a fan of the show Supernatural. Like, a serious "I only started watching the show last fall but have since caught up to the current (10th) season" kind of fan. On top of that, my Pinterest is covered with pics of Sam, Dean, and Cas and I even created a Twitter account just to stalk … Continue reading Alpha Males: Fiction vs Reality