An Impossible Vampire Tale | #urbanfantasy #vampirebooks #comingsoon

November 2020 Hi Readers, I've done the impossible. I wrote a vampire tale that doesn't fixate on romance and sex. Who will read about vampires not having sex? I don't know, but I suspect that there are plenty of fantasy readers out there that value relatable characters and emotion-driven plots. I wrote "the end" today … Continue reading An Impossible Vampire Tale | #urbanfantasy #vampirebooks #comingsoon

Morning Walks — A Surprising Move From A Night Owl. | #goals #writing #walking

November 2020 Hi Readers, I wanted to share with you my most recent victory. 🌟 I walked five mornings in a row! Some people are early birds and others exercise regularly. I have never been either of those people. I'm a night owl that writes novels in the evenings after her family members fall asleep. … Continue reading Morning Walks — A Surprising Move From A Night Owl. | #goals #writing #walking

The Root of All Evil Coming Soon to the #SoulsDayBoxset

Author Kayla Krantz

The Root of All Evil by DM Wolfenden

Kris, and her husband bought their apartment in a converted country mansion, life seemed to be perfect. A step up in the world.
Things soon changed, Glenn lost his job, his lust for life and let himself go.
Kris worked hard to try and keep them afloat.
His snoring is sending Kris over the edge, she needs sleep.
Grabbing a beer to calm herself, she hears a scream. At first, she thinks it’s a harmless Halloween prank. She soon realizes strangers have taken over the building, cutting them off from the outside world.
Can the couple survive the night?

Author Bio

Author DM Wolfenden, has always had a love of the darkside. Vampires, Zombies, Werewolf’s and serial killers rock her world, and feed her imagination Live in the dark, love the weird, and laugh at the unexpected.

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Interview with Stella Williams – Author of “Ferocious”

” As an avid reader I never really found books in the paranormal romance genre that had black characters or black female leads. I wrote Ferocious to fill that gap for myself and other readers of color. ” — Stella Williams

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Stella Williams
Serpentine Creative LLC (2019)
ISBN 9781733563819
Reviewed by Sheri Hoyte for Reader Views (7/19)

Stella Williams is a Blogger and Romance Author, who lives in Washington State. She has a degree in Anthropology from The University of California, Santa Cruz. Stella prides herself in using her studies to create diverse worlds and characters for her novels. You can find out more about Stella at her website

Hi Stella, Welcome to Reader Views! Give us a little background info. How long have you been writing? How did you get into writing in the paranormal romance genre?

Hello! Thank you for having me. I have been writing for a long time. I think I started journaling around 8 years old and that evolved into short stories by the time I hit my teen years. I’ve been a reader for even longer than…

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Still Breathing In My Dreams Coming Soon to the #SoulsDayBoxset

Another fantastic author contributing to our Soul’s Day Boxset.

Author Kayla Krantz

Still Breathing In My Dreams by Jennifer Fisch – Ferguson

Author Bio

Jennifer Fisch-Ferguson (Author JFF) lives in Michigan where she does all the things writing. She is busy engaging in academic endeavors and also spends plenty of time writing all the time about her characters and their many adventures. She spends her free time being a fabulous crazy mom to two dynamic boys, and A+ #1 wife, and staff member to four highly demanding cats.

Jennifer enjoys writing urban fantasy, paranormal romance, YA urban fantasy and exploring all the questions starting “What if…” which allows her mind to make the mundane much more exciting. She is excitedly expanding her ever developing world and looks forward to the new adventures waiting to be written. Jennifer (Dr. FF) has been teaching Composition, Genre writing, Creative writing, and Professional Writing at various colleges for last eight years. As well working with local and…

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