SEVENTH GRAVE AND NO BODY delivers exactly what readers have come to expect from the Charley Davidson series, with snark, sexiness and sweetness, all rolled up into one book. Those unfamiliar with the series may not want to start here, but if you’re caught up on the latest of Charley, I would suggest diving right in, so you don’t miss a single thing!
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With DARING, the second book in the Pax Arcana series, Elliott James becomes an urban fantasy author to watch. DARING manages to take everything I liked about book one and keep it, chuck everything I hated, and not come across as a sophomore slump. It’s a surprisingly good read that really steps up the series.
A big welcome to Michael R. Underwood who is here to telling us about first person narration in Urban Fantasy and celebrating the release of THE YOUNGER GODS, Younger Gods #1 (published on October 13, 2014 by Pocket Star). Want to win a copy? Enter via the widget below.
A very creative take on the Snow White fairy tale, STITCHING SNOW has a brilliant heroine coupled with a stubborn and honorable hero, taking place in what appears to be a galaxy, far far away. While some of the plot points were a bit predictable, it was a diverting read, and a fun way to spend a few hours.
A big welcome to Yolanda Sfetsos who is here to telling us about When It’s Over and celebrating the release of A Stitch On Time, Sierra Fox #5 (published on October 14, 2014 by Samhain). Want to win a copy? Enter via the widget below. When It’s Over by Yolanda Sfetsos Hi there! Firstly, I want to thank All Things Urban Fantasy for helping me celebrate the release of this book. As well as for giving me the opportunity to stop by to talk about the other books in this series too. The fifth book in my UF Sierra Fox series will be released… Read more »
At slightly over 400 overwhelming pages, WHISPER THE DEAD took a few chapters for me to fully immerse myself. Once I did, however, I was rewarded with a mystery that managed to be consequential and yet a story that felt lighthearted, all at once.
A big welcome to Terry Spear who is here to telling us what to get a werewolf for Christmas and celebrating the release of A Highland Wolf Christmas, Heart of the Wolf #15 (published on October 7, 2014 by Sourcebooks Casablanca). What to Get a Werewolf for Christmas by Terry Spear It’s important to remember that werewolves are only human, and well, a lot wolfish. So in truth, their gifts should be based on who they are, and what they like, not based on what they are. In A SEAL Wolf Christmas, Bjornolf is a SEAL team member and Anna an undercover operative. During… Read more »
Thank you all for entering the giveaway to win Broken Soul! The winner is… Vicki W. a Rafflecopter giveaway Congratulations! We’ll be emailing you soon. Please respond with your address within 48 hours or a new winner will be drawn. Didn’t win? Buy your own copy of BROKEN SOUL Thank you all for entering the giveaway to win the Green Psi Prize Pack! The winner is… Rachel a Rafflecopter giveaway Congratulations! We’ll be emailing you soon. Please respond with your address within 48 hours or a new winner will be drawn. Didn’t win? Buy your own copy of… Read more »
A big welcome to Susan Krinard who is here to telling us about Mythology in Fantasy and celebrating the release of Black Ice, Midgard #2 (published on August 12, 2014 by Tor). Mythology in Fantasy by Susan Krinard When I set about writing my first Norse-mythology-based urban fantasy, Mist, I had a lot of preconceptions. Silly ones. Like, “I should stick as closely to the actual myth as possible,” and, “if I create my own version of the myths, people will criticize my research.” I no longer feel bound by these concerns, but they aren’t completely without foundation. I attended a local science fiction… Read more »