A big welcome to Alex Bledsoe who is here to telling us about the creation of the Tufa and celebrating the release of Chapel of Ease, A Novel of the Tufa #4 (published on September 6, 2016 by Tor).
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A big welcome to Megan Morgan who is here counting down her Top 10 Favorite Ghost Stories and celebrating the release of The Burning City, Siren Song #3 (published on July 5, 2016 by Lyrical Press). Want to win a copy? Enter via the widget!
A big welcome to Nina Croft who is here counting down her Top 10 Favorite Telepaths and celebrating the release of Unthinkable, Beyond Human #1 (published on September 5, 2016 by Entangled Publishing).
A big welcome to Alexandra Ivy and Carrie Ann Ryan who is here to telling us about Mini Interview with Alexandra Ivy and Carrie Ann Ryan and celebrating the release of Buried and Shadowed, Branded Packs #3 (published on July 12, 2016). Want to win a swag pack? Enter via the widget below. Mini Interview with Alexandra Ivy and Carrie Ann Ryan What’s your favourite paranormal/shifter to write about? Alexandra Ivy: Vampires!! Spike from Buffy was my first love. Carrie Ann Ryan: Oh Alexandra went Vampires?? I’m a total shifter girl. Dragons are my favorite! They are all dark and dangerous and usually a… Read more »
A big welcome to Andrea Phillips who is here answering a few questions and celebrating the release of Webs, Bookburners Season 2 Episode 2 (published on June 29, 2016 by Serial Box). Interview with Andrea Phillips All Things Urban Fantasy: What is it like being one of many authors to work on the serial? Who gets to decide on the overall plot, or is that something everybody has a say in? Andrea Phillips: I love it with a fierceness that other people reserve for things like chocolate or maybe their families. Thanks to the way we run a show, we all get a say in… Read more »
A big welcome to Faith Hunter who is here with an excerpt from SHADOW RIGHTS and celebrating the release of SHADOW RIGHTS, Jane Yellowrock #10 (published on April 5, 2016 by Roc). Want to win a copy? Enter via the widget below. My left palm burned, agony detonating up my arm as I moved. Gee’s eyes blazed unusually blue, the color of the cloudless sky in the east, as the sun set in the west. Blue, blue, achingly blue. I heard the clang of his right blade hitting the floor. In the same moment I felt the piercing burn under my right arm…. Read more »
A big welcome to Yolanda Sfetsos who is here to telling us about writing a spin-off and celebrating the release of Hell of a Ride, Elsewhere #1 (published on March 29, 2016 by Samhain Publishing). Writing a Spin-Off by Yolanda Sfetsos Hi there! I want to thank All Things Urban Fantasy for helping me celebrate the release of my latest urban fantasy book. I always love stopping by. 🙂 Even before the fifth and final book in my Sierra Fox series was released, I had plans for two spin-off books. There were several characters that just wouldn’t stop whispering in my ear. They kept… Read more »
A big welcome to Steve Bein who is here to telling us about Writing Moral Conflict and celebrating the release of the mass market version of Disciple of the Wind, Fated Blades #3 (published on March 1, 2016 by Roc). Writing Moral Conflict by Steve Bein On one level, Disciple of the Wind is a book about a cop kicking ass in the name of justice. She fights homegrown terrorists in 21st-century Tokyo with a sword that’s nearly a thousand years old, wrought with supernatural power. That’s level one. On a deeper level this is a book about moral principles, and especially about… Read more »
All Things Urban Fantasy is pleased to welcome back Maria, previous guest posts on All Things Urban Fantasy can be found here. Have a great idea for a guest post? Feel free to reach out to us at [email protected] Despite climate change deniers, people are becoming more and more concerned about the environment, as the recent Paris climate conference clearly demonstrates. That concern has not only entered into our political and social discourse, but also into the fiction of today’s pop culture with new genre of fiction known as “Cli-Fi”, or Climate Fiction, having emerged as a response to the worry… Read more »
The Hunger Games series first exploded onto the scene in 2008 with the publication of the first novel, and it has been making waves ever since. With the response as intense as it was, it was inevitable that Hollywood come knocking. Five years after the publication of Mockingjay, the final book of the trilogy, the film franchise comes to an end with the release of Mockingjay Part 2 in theaters.