Boxed sets, I didn’t discover them right away, not as a reader or as an author. I began to notice them and they seemed like such a good deal I was wary of them. When I finally decided to buy one, I thought it was wonderful. I liked every story, that is not common, but that was my first experience. Since then I have gotten many boxed sets at a variety of prices with a different number of stories but they have all been a great deal. Why do authors sell or even give away such wo
Bear is finally here!! Bear just can’t catch a break.
The woman he loves has a secret. A deep secret, that’s making her keep her friends and family at arm's length. But the further she pushes Bear away, the more he wants to help. Sometimes, the acts we feel are selfless, end up being the most selfish acts of all.
The government is allowing the Alpha Division to take more control over the case, but it feels like the Division is no closer to finding out who’s behind the d
It seems inevitable that every author of paranormal fiction encounters certain 1. Book title contains the words “Wolf”, “Alpha” or “Moon”. Yes, these words are inexorably linked in the public mind with werewolves so the use of these terms triggers immediate associations. Must authors bow before this stereotype? I guess it depends, especially on whether you can get your book to market fast enough to snatch up one of the few moon titles left that haven’t been wretchedly overuse
Lions, Tigers, and Bears, Oh My! Shapeshifters as a whole are my favorite paranormal breed to write and read about. Part of the appeal is the range in animals with wolves, bears, and dragons seemingly being among the most popular. But what about others? Since I’ve begun publishing in the paranormal world, I’ve seen an assortment of shapeshifters: gorillas, mongooses, even sharks! The werewolves of this world no longer hold a monopoly! So this post today is to find out what yo
Crossing Genres: The Ultimate Mash-Up I didn’t start out writing paranormal romance. I didn’t even start out writing romance at all–my very first story, back when I was seven, was science fiction. Since then, I’ve written science fiction, fantasy, Y/A, mystery, non-fiction, and of course romance, of several different flavors–paranormal, contemporary, historical, romantic suspense. I think it’s my love of all sorts of different genres that makes it absolutely impossible for me
My favorite shifters. Shifters are almost as varied as life on Earth. From bears and wolves, via panthers and leopards, to horses, cows and even salamanders! We all have our favorites. Bears are big news right now, but the ever popular wolf still thrills readers, along with dragons, big cats, and a host of other shape shifting creatures. My own top five goes like this: Wolves. I love wolf shifters. The way wolves live, as a pack means there are fascinating dynamics to explore