Category Archives: Fantasy with Romantic Elements

For The Love Of…Release Day!

  I can’t believe Hanukkah, Christmas and Kwanzaa are next week! I hope you all have family or friends to share whatever holiday you observe! Tada! It’s with great joy that I announce it’s release day for the next story … Continue reading

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For the Love of Strong Women

So many books out today have strong women in them. Warriors in urban fantasy, the sword wielding, princess-in-disguise in YA, and hardened law enforcement in thrillers and procedurals, the kickass heroine is everywhere. Which is great as long as what … Continue reading

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Waffles are the Fuel for Saving the World by Laura Greenwood

Today marks the release of the fifth book in my co-written series, Seven Wardens. Skye MacKinnon and I have been working on this one for just over a year and it’s crazy to think it all started with 500 words … Continue reading

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Fun Things Happening! October is a Big Month for Us!

Hi everyone, I have fun things happening. I’m trying to put this in chronological order so be aware of the dates. First off, Oct. 5th is a big day! Vampire Princess of New York will be released first in Kindle … Continue reading

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The Life Behind The Art: Mary Shelley by Debralee Mede

“The different accidents of life are not so changeable as the feelings of human nature. I had worked hard for nearly two years, for the sole purpose of infusing life into an inanimate body. For this I had deprived myself … Continue reading

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At Readercon

I did manage to stop myself today on the panel on “beast men” from blurting out my characterisation of the differences between urban fantasy and paranormal romance. Our moderator focused on the open-endedness of the urban fantasy narrative and the … Continue reading

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C. Margery Kempe here. This is where I am this weekend! Tuesday I’ll be reading with Lucy Felthouse at the Leicester Library, 6pm. Alt.Fiction Festival 2011 25th-26th June QUAD, Market Place, Derby Saturday 25th June, 10am – Midnight Sunday 26th … Continue reading

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