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Guest Blog & Giveaway: Yolanda Sfetsos on When It’s Over & win A Stitch On Time

Guest Blog & Giveaway: Yolanda Sfetsos on When It’s Over & win A Stitch On Time

October 12, 2014 Giveaways, Guests 16

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 »


Guest Blog: Terry Spear on What to Get a Werewolf for Christmas

Guest Blog: Terry Spear on What to Get a Werewolf for Christmas

October 9, 2014 Guests 0

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 »


Guest Blog: Susan Krinard on Mythology in Fantasy

Guest Blog: Susan Krinard on Mythology in Fantasy

October 3, 2014 Guests 0

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 »


Guest Blog & Giveaway: Faith Hunter on Lifestyle Changes & win Broken Soul

Guest Blog & Giveaway: Faith Hunter on Lifestyle Changes & win Broken Soul

September 23, 2014 Giveaways, Guests 44

A big welcome to Faith Hunter who is here to telling us about Lifestyle Changes and celebrating the release of Broken Soul, Jane Yellowrock #8 (published on October 7, 2014 by Roc). Want to win a copy? Enter via the widget below. Lifestyle Changes by Faith Hunter Hi all, Faith Hunter here. (See writer waving. It’s a goofy flapping weave, not a princess wave…) My world and my life have both changed—drastically—since the release of the last Jane Yellowrock book—BLACK ARTS. Yes, finally, I quit my day job. (Sounds of wild cheering, chewing of chocolate, and exuberant toasts.) I worked in hospital labs for… Read more »


Guest Blog & Giveaway: Kendall Kulper on the Images That Inspired Salt & Storm & win Salt & Storm

Guest Blog & Giveaway: Kendall Kulper on the Images That Inspired Salt & Storm & win Salt & Storm

September 16, 2014 Giveaways, Guests 14

A big welcome to Kendall Kulper who is here to telling us about Images That Inspired Salt & Storm and celebrating the release of Salt & Storm,  (published on September 23, 2014 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers). Want to win a copy? Enter via the widget below. The Images That Inspired Salt & Storm by Kendall Kulper I’m a pretty visual person, and when I started writing SALT & STORM, diving into historical research and hunting down period details, I began collecting photos, drawings, paintings, and cartoons. A lot of these can be found at the semi-official SALT & STORM Tumblr,… Read more »


Guest Blog: Jenn Lyons on What I Learned From Writing Blood Chimera

Guest Blog: Jenn Lyons on What I Learned From Writing Blood Chimera

August 28, 2014 Guests 0

A big welcome to Jenn Lyons who is here to telling us what she learned from writing Blood Chimera and celebrating the release of Blood Chimera,  (published on August 12, 2014 by World Weaver Press). What I Learned From Writing Blood Chimera by Jenn Lyons How to Finish Stuff This was a big deal for me, you understand. Blood Chimera was my third novel (technically, it was my fifth, but those first two trunk novels shall never rise from the crypts where they lie buried and tied up with chains.) I hadn’t finished the first two either, but was stuck in ruts on… Read more »


Guest Blog & Giveaway: A.J. Larrieu on Urban Fantasy and the Heroine’s Journey & win Dangerous Calling

Guest Blog & Giveaway: A.J. Larrieu on Urban Fantasy and the Heroine’s Journey & win Dangerous Calling

August 26, 2014 Giveaways, Guests 23

A big welcome to A.J. Larrieu who is here to telling us about Urban Fantasy and the Heroine’s Journey and celebrating the release of Dangerous Calling, The Shadowminds #2 (published on August 18, 2014 by Carina Press). Want to win a copy? Enter via the widget below. Urban Fantasy and the Heroine’s Journey by A.J. Larrieu Thanks so much to Kate and the whole team at All Things Urban Fantasy for letting me stop by today! It’s always a pleasure to have the chance to discuss one of my favorite topics—urban fantasy and its heroines. I don’t think there’s any other genre that… Read more »


Guest Blog: Brooklyn Ann on Why Vampires Make Good Aristocrats

Guest Blog: Brooklyn Ann on Why Vampires Make Good Aristocrats

August 22, 2014 Guests 2

A big welcome to Brooklyn Ann who is here to telling us why vampires make good aristocrats and celebrating the release of One Bite Per Night, Scandals With Bite #2 (published on August 5, 2014 by Sourcebooks Casablanca). Why Vampires Make Good Aristocrats by Brooklyn Ann Vampires were perfectly suited for the British Aristocracy, which was a major reason why I put them in Regency ballrooms in my Scandals with Bite series. Here are the reasons why that works out so well: They’re night owls. Most of the balls and operas and festivities in the regency went from dusk till dawn. A vampire’s nocturnal… Read more »


Guest Blog & Giveaway: Andrea Speed on the Reverse Tooth Fairy & win a gift certificate

Guest Blog & Giveaway: Andrea Speed on the Reverse Tooth Fairy & win a gift certificate

August 12, 2014 Guests 9

A big welcome to Andrea Speed who is here to telling us about the Reverse Tooth Fairy and celebrating the release of City of Monsters,  (published on August 11, 2014 by Riptide Publishing). Want to win a a gift certificate for Riptide Publishing so you can get City of Monsters? Enter by leaving a comment on this post. The Reverse Tooth Fairy by Andrea Speed Thanks to All Things Urban Fantasy for having me today. One intrepid human, namely Josh Caplan, the overnight clerk of the Quik-Mart, has started making a monster manual, cataloguing the creatures of Dev that he encounters in his… Read more »