To celebrate Valentine’s Day we decided to share our favorite, most romantic/sexiest/steamiest paranormal romances and couples. It was a tough job but we managed to do it. So if you are looking for a good book to curl up with tomorrow; read our list and share with us your favorite paranormal romance or couple. Kate: So despite the fact that this post was my idea, and picking books was the point….I’ve picked some of my favorite paranormal couples! (It’s hard to narrow series down to one book!) Cady and Lon in the Arcadia Bell series – Cady and… Read more »
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In honor of Father’s Day, we thought we’d do a little round up of urban fantasy and paranormal books that feature fathers. And while I don’t have any “World’s Best Dad” mugs to give away, I felt there were plenty of fathers in the urban fantasy genre who deserved some awards, both positive and negative!
Merry Christmas from all of us at All Things Urban Fantasy. We’d love to hear about the books you gifted or received this year in the comments. If you’re looking for a few festive reads to curl up in front of the fire with as another holiday season comes to an end, we’ve got you covered. Last year we gave you 10 titles, this year we’ve come up 20 supernatural holiday themed books that are perfect reads for this time of year. Please leave more title suggestions in the comments (especially if you know of any YA titles). Amazon.com Widgets
Happy Mother’s Day! While it’s true that most urban fantasy heroines tend to fly solo, there are a handful that manage to balance supernatural smack downs and motherhood. Top 5 Urban Fantasy moms (in no particular order) Charlie Madigan (mother of Emma) from the Charlie Madigan series by Kelly Gay Cass Dollar (mother of Ruthie) from the Aftertime series by Sophie Littlefield Alexandra Tarabotti (mother of Prudence) from the Parasol Protectorate series by Gail Carriger Elena Michaels (mother of twins Logan and Katherine) from the Women of the Otherworld series by Kelley Armstrong Mel Saka (mother of Harmony) from the… Read more »
There are just a few weeks left of 2011, so of course the bloggers at All Things Urban Fantasy are already anxiously awaiting some of the biggest releases of 2012. Over the next three weeks, we’ll each be listing our Top 12 for 2012 titles as part of a new feature officially launching in 2012 called Paranormal Picks (more about that later). Abigail’s picks were posted on Dec 4th, and Kristina’s will go up on Dec 18th. These 12 titles (and a few honorable mentions that are scant on details but big on expectations) make up our most coveted releases,… Read more »
There are just a few weeks left of 2011, so of course the bloggers at All Things Urban Fantasy are already anxiously awaiting some of the biggest releases of 2012. Over the next three weeks, we’ll each be listing our Top 12 for 2012 titles as part of a new feature officially launching in 2012 called Paranormal Picks (more about that later). Abigail’s picks will be posted on Dec 4th, Julia’s on Dec 11th, and Kristina’s on Dec 18th. These 12 titles (and a few honorable mentions that are scant on details but big on expectations) make up our most… Read more »
You’re probably thinking, what? Christmas already? Didn’t we just celebrate Halloween? Well, yes. It’s a bit early for a Christmas post, but I have a good reason. Fang-tastic Books had a great idea about specifically showcasing Christmas themed books during the month of December. I read too much to only focus on holiday books for a month, but I’m all for showcasing as many as possible. Titles I’d specifically love to showcase: Wolfsbane and Mistletoe by Charlaine Harris et al The editors of Many Bloody Returns deliver the perfect howl-iday gift, with new tales from Patricia Briggs, Carrie Vaughn, and… Read more »