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April 2015 Reading Log

TweetFiction: Lone Wolf (Bluewater Bay Book 4) by Aleksandr Voinov and L.A. Witt is a male/male romance. I’d read one book previously in this series, which focuses on the creative personalities surrounding a series of werewolf books and the television … Continue reading

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Wolves in Fantasy – Read This!

TweetTerrific essay from Foz Meadows on The Truth Of Wolves, Or: The Alpha Problem. I think/have thought about some of the issues she raises quite a lot, but not as insightfully. Below are some of my own posts relating to … Continue reading

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Paranormal Allegories

TweetI have a post on Heroes and Heartbreakers today: “If You Build It, They Will Come: Worldbuilding in Urban Fantasy.” Now, on to today’s post! What do the paranormal creatures in Paranormal Romance represent? Are they allegories? You could say, … Continue reading

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Stacey Kennedy on Wolves & Weres

TweetThe winner of the signed print copy of The Duke & The Pirate Queen, per Random.org, is Crystal Jordan. Congratulations, Crystal! I’ll email you to obtain your mailing address. Now, please welcome my guest, Stacey Kennedy! # What do we … Continue reading

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Occupied Lands in World War One

TweetThe novel I’m working on now, a sequel to The Moonlight Mistress, focuses on the main werewolf characters from that novel and their marriage of convenience. Tanneken, the female werewolf, was working as a spy in the previous novel, so … Continue reading

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Werewolves in WWI? Why Not?

TweetThis post was written for Harlequin’s Paranormal Romance Blog. For The Moonlight Mistress, I combined a historical novel with paranormal elements. As you probably know already if you read this blog regularly, the book is set during the early days … Continue reading

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Nifty Werewolf Books

TweetIf you have a chance, check out Werewolves At Home, a webcomic tie-in to The Moonlight Mistress. This is a list of werewolf books that I’ve liked a lot or had recommended to me. Suggestions welcome! Benighted (alternate title: Bareback) … Continue reading

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Werewolves All Over the World

TweetI think that the werewolves currently depicted in paranormal romance are, gradually, creating a new idea of what a werewolf in fiction ought to be – in other words, reader expectation is being affected by what mythological details writers choose … Continue reading

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Moonlight Mistress excerpt – First Meeting with the Villain

Tweet In this scene, the two werewolves Tanneken and Ashby meet their captor, Herr Kauz, for the first time (Tanneken has met him before the novel begins, but this is the reader’s introduction to him). When describing Herr Kauz, I … Continue reading

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On writing The Moonlight Mistress

Tweet This post originated as a guest post for Lust in Time in December, 2008. When I sold The Duchess, Her Maid, The Groom and Their Lover, the contract was for two books. I’d submitted several brief ideas for the … Continue reading

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