Tag Archive | paranormal romance

Don’t Date the Hero

When I was a kid, there was a running joke in my family, “you never want to be the hero’s girlfriend (or best friend)”.  It’s always the girlfriend that gets attacked/kidnapped/murdered. We were big fans of Mel Gibson – before he was a whacked out male chauvinist, Arnold Schwarzenegger – before the nanny baby scandal […]

What’s Your Monster?

I can barely believe that it has been a year since I collaborated and helped publish “All the Lovely Creatures”. It was a free anthology of fantasy and horror undertaken by GoodReads group, Paranormal & Horrors Lovers. It was a great experience. All of the writers were enthusiastic and supportive throughout the process. One of […]

Reading Rut

Ever get sick of everything you are reading? Do you have seven unfinished books currently on your Kindle? Are you just bored? I am embarrassed to say I am there…Sorta (My husband’s gonna kill me.) I am at time between major book releases. Authors like Charlaine Harris and J. R. Ward have published their Spring […]

Summer Reading

With temps pushing into the 90’s I’m feeling summer. May is melting away in the in yellow heat and even though the calendar says summer starts on June 21st, the pool deck calls me to pull out the swim suit. So while I lay by the pool -I know. It’s probably bad for me but […]

Explaining the Disappointment – I am sorry, Mrs. Harris

Follow-up to previous post, After “Dead Ever After” WARNING: There are spoilers and my post just won’t make sense unless you’ve read the book. I completed ‘Dead Ever After’ within days of its long-awaited release. I didn’t want to write a knee-jerk review. I wanted to time to process and think about the series as […]

After ‘Dead Ever After’

Dead Ever After, the thirteenth book in the world acclaimed Sookie Stackhouse series, hit the shelves yesterday. I got my copy before the sales clerk even had time to stock the display. As of this morning I am half way through the book – PLEASE NO SPOILERS YET – I’ll post my reaction later this […]

You’re Welcome Knoxville

Last week Amazon released its list of the most well-read cities in the United States. The online retailer ranked cities of 100,000+ by compiling sales data for books, magazines and newspapers. Alexandria, Virginia stayed the reigning champion but a bit of an upset took the number two slot. Amazon ranked Knoxville as the second most […]