Diana Rowland

SF & Fantasy

Play D&D with bestselling fantasy authors at Immortal ConFusion 2013


For those of you attending Immortal ConFusion in Dearborn next month, check out the auction hosted by Worldbuilder’s for the final seat at this year’s author D&D game. The auction ends on December 22nd, so hurry!

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SF & Fantasy

SDCC 2011 Video Interview: Diana Rowland


rowland-whiteAuthor Diana Rowland is tackling zombies.

White trash zombies, that is!

In this video interview, she talks about her new book, why she chose to write about zombies, and what the future holds!

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SF & Fantasy

Poll: What Should I Read Next?


Storm Front by Jim ButcherIt’s time for you to vote!

All of the books in this poll have a commonality. I haven’t read them. Since I am wrapping up the final edit on my book this week, I’m going to have a lot of time on my hands in the next few weeks, time I can finally catch up on my reading piles!

And what better way than to have you all pick what I read! Why? Because it’s fun.

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SF & Fantasy

CC Aftermath: Author Photos


logo-comicconjpgComic Con 2010 had a lot to offer. Yesterday I posted pictures taken from an empty sales floor; today I am posting pictures of authors doing author-type things. From interviewing, to signing, to chatting, to playing pool, authors have a great deal of promotional work to do on their own. Here is some of that captured in 2D!

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Paranormal

Take Our Chat: Paranormal Roundtable


Did you attend our recent live chat on Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy? If so, then you were able to speak with six talented voices in the field today. If not, you missed a good one. Either way, you’ve got the chance to take our chat and embed it on your site! Simply save [...]

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Paranormal

Live Chat: Paranormal and Urban Fantasy Roundtable


Paranormal Roundtable

Kelley Armstrong
Kelley Armstrong is the New York Times bestselling author of the Women of the Otherworld series. She has been telling stories since before she could write. Her earliest written efforts were disastrous. If asked for a story about girls and dolls, hers would invariably feature undead girls and evil dolls, much to her [...]

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Paranormal

Upcoming Live Event: Paranormal Roundtable (reminder #3 & Call for Questions)


Tomorrow we have a handful of very talented Paranormal and Urban Fantasy authors coming by to chat live about their work and about the genre in general. Be ready for a really intriguing chat on a host of topics relating to Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, writing, and anything related thereto.
This could be the chat that you [...]

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Paranormal

Upcoming Live Event: Paranormal Fantasy Roundtable (reminder #2)


Can you hear that? No, not the heater; ignore that for a minute. I want to know if you hear that deceptively loud sound coming from all angles. The one that you could almost convince yourself is happening in your own head, except that everyone else seems to be trying to locate its source as [...]

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Paranormal

Upcoming Live Event: Suvudu’s Paranormal Roundtable


Are you worried about post-Valentine’s day blues? Tired of the cold, gray winter? Well, Suvudu has the cure for you! On February 17 (at 4pm EST), we’re bringing in some of the hottest voices in Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy for a round-table discussion and we’re going to be bringing it live! Use the quick [...]

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Paranormal

Urban (Fantasy) Explorations: Assignment #1, Mark of the Demon


Urban (Fantasy) Explorations: Assignment #1, Mark of the Demon

If you’re just joining me, allow me to catch you up very quickly: earlier this week (yesterday), I wrote a post outlining my shocking omission of both Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance readership and vowed to make amends by reading through the two sub-genres. Along the way, perhaps I’ll pick up on the distinctions between the two genres and gain a better understanding of them both. Also, I’ll probably read some kick-ass stories.

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