Excerpt: Mooner (or vampires and lumberjacks rock my world)

Today, I feel like vampires. So vampires it shall be. Well…lumberjacks that run into vampires, because in my world that combination is a beautiful thing and it’s still my birthday week, so there you go. This bit is from Mooner, an e-book title of mine that combines my love of pioneer history with my love … More Excerpt: Mooner (or vampires and lumberjacks rock my world)

Calling All Book Bloggers/Reviewers!

Tomorrow Comes Media/Seventh Star Press are looking for a few good bloggers and/or reviewers for hosts in six upcoming tours! Each title is linked to the sign-up form. Nocturne Infernum by Elizabeth Donald (Three Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance titles in one volume – reviewers have the choice of reviewing one title) About Nocturne Infernum: Nocturne Infernum … More Calling All Book Bloggers/Reviewers!

Book Blitz: Stolen Fire by Julie Wetzel

Today I’m proud to be part of an event for a really fascinating-looking book from what also looks to be a great series!   Title:   Kindling Flames: Stolen Fire Series:  The Ancient Fire Series #4 Author:  Julie Wetzel Published:  March 3rd, 2015 Publisher:  Crimson Tree Publishing Genre:  NA Urban Paranormal Romance Content Warning:  Violence, adult … More Book Blitz: Stolen Fire by Julie Wetzel

Influential Irritation: We Don’t Just Exist to Bang Fang

So a lot of work has gone in to creating my vampire stories that appear in the Big Bad anthologies. I’ve been craving to set a vampire story in the fifties for over a decade now, because I just love the juxtapositions that presents. I was almost deterred when I found out that American Vampire … More Influential Irritation: We Don’t Just Exist to Bang Fang

Nancy and Poppy and All the Horror That Ever Was: James R. Tuck

Because I consider myself subversive and equal-opportunity, today James R. Tuck is talking women authors in the horror genre! That’s right, we’re going there. I first really hung out with James on a panel on a similar subject: who’s better at writing horror, men or women? We pretty much bitched at each other and I … More Nancy and Poppy and All the Horror That Ever Was: James R. Tuck

WeWriWa: Mooner

I’m once more trying to get back in the swing of things after a fairly busy past few months. Today’s eight is from a re-release of my historical vampire story, Mooner. This bit is when Bill, the naive upstart in the lumber camp, notices Tom, a reclusive, down-and-out  fur-trader, in Red’s Saloon. While Big John … More WeWriWa: Mooner