The Serial and Audiobook Revolution by Amanda Meuwissen

Many of you probably know that Charles Dickens was a serial writer—he wrote in installments, much the same way we think of comics or television shows. We are also all aware that audio has been on the rise for books and podfics, as listening during a commute to work or...

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The power of dreams in writing by Donna Galanti

Do you dream about the same thing over and over? For years I had theme dreams. How I wish they were of nice things. Meadows. Carnivals. Melting ice cream cones on a beach. I’d even take being naked in public. Nope. Mine were scary. A man with a machete chasing...

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MIXED SOUP by author V.S. Nelson

These days I tend to write what is more commonly known as cross genre, or, what I dub as mixed soup. My series, Sekhmet’s Guardians is just that — a mixed soup with flavors ranging from paranormal romance, urban fantasy, sci-fi, suspense, drama, horror and mystery. The series anchors itself...

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Guest Blogging with Kallysten

Thank you Paranormal Cravings for being part of my tour today. Since the release of Beyond The Edge, I’ve been describing it as a sequel to both the On The Edge series and the Out of the Box series, but really these two series have been entwined for a long...

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Guest Post by Author T.A. Grey

Hello, ladies (and any gents out there) I am so excited to be a part of Paranormal Craving’s Blog. Today I am sharing a funny little post I made (with pictures because pictures are fun) on what makes a good heroine. I hope you enjoy and feel free to comment...

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Guest Post by Author Melissa Haag (with GA till May 2nd)

 Why do authors write? Picture this… You are curled in your favorite chair enjoying a quiet read. The book pulls you in. You forget where and who you are. You never want the story to end… I have no idea why other authors write, but I write because that’s what...

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Soul Avenged (Sons of Wrath, #1) by Keri Lake

Zayne stared out the window in the back seat of the Range Rover, listening to Zeke sucker the female he’d picked up into wearing the blindfold.  Gavin’s rule.  All female bar-strays had to wear one on the ride to and from the mansion.  Too many breeds—demon, Alexi, lycan—would...

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How Bad Blood became a “new adult” title…

…and Tori almost became 18 instead of 17.It wasn’t the cursing.  Although looking back, my love of the f dash dash dash probably would’ve been an issue.  No, it was this one pesky scene. The scene is mostly innocent actually.  Two characters end up in an… err… awkward situation due...

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Character interview with Sophronia Sheridan from Sophronia and the Vampire by Jacqueline Farrell (with GA till Jan 18th)

Name: Sophronia Sheridan Occupation: crone Species: human Speaks: English Age: 49 Height: 5’4” Hair Color: Black with a white streak down the front like Lily Munster Eyes: brown Identifying physical marks: none      Q: So Sophronia how do you feel about your fans reading about your adventures? I’m perfectly comfortable with this since...

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My New Year’s Revolution! by E. Van Lowe

I’ve never been one for New Year’s resolutions. I used to make resolutions back when I was in high school and I didn’t understand what it takes to reach your goals. Back then, every January I’d say something like “I’m gonna lose some weight,” or “I’m gonna pay more attention...

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