Reader’s love THE SWEETEST DARK by Shana Abé. Click Read more and see if you do too!Read More
Protagonist Neva Grant must infiltrate a powerful werewolf pack and seduce its alpha Duncan Sinclair in order to solve a murder in Keri Arthur’s Beneath a Rising Moon. This saucy supernatural story is stuffed with sex and savagery, and intriguingly enough, in some ways its werewolf seduction plot has some analogies with the reproductive [...]Read More
Bestselling authors Patricia Briggs and Kim Harrison stopped by the University Bookstore in Seattle WA on March 7, 2012 in support of their new books, Fair Game and A Perfect Blood. They were in great form, reading from their books and answering questions from the audience and online. Great event video for those who can’t attend one of these.Read More
Magic should be flying fancy and free in this battle!
Keri Arthur, Kelly Meding, Stacia Kane, S.A. Swann, Shana Abé, Jeannie Holmes, and Robert Masello will be appearing live on Suvudu tomorrow (Thursday, August 19, 2010) at 4pm EDT for our second live paranormal roundtable!
That’s right, the first time around was so popular we decided to have another go with a gaggle of some of the most exciting names in urban and paranormal fantasy today. Find out more here!Read More
What does it mean when a book that seems to be almost universally dismissed as drivel by many in the publishing industry is probably the greatest driving force in the hottest genre on the market today?
I’m no expert, but I’m guessing it means that, somewhere, all those smart industry people are kicking themselves.
If you’re not [...]
On second thought – I’m really not that surprised that I’ve been suckered into these books. I was an avid reader of the Twilight Saga and may have been an occasional peruser in the romance section back in the day… but man oh man – you add supernatural elements to a romance and it [...]Read More
I’m a guy.
I’ve read Twilight.
Would adding a conjunction to combine those two sentences make this a false statement:
I’m a guy and I’ve read Twilight.
Or, would the right conjunction help it retain its truth:
I’m a guy or I’ve read Twilight.
I’m a guy, but I’ve read Twilight.
If I had to guess, most guys (and some girls) would [...]