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Interview with Patrice Michelle – Author of Scions: Insurrection


Sidhe Vicious welcomes Paranormal Romance author Patrice Michelle! We’re looking forward to getting to know you and all about your new novel Scions: Insurrection.

P.M.   Hi Sidhe Vicious! Thanks so much for having me.
S.V.  Your paranormal romance novel, Scions: Insurrection was released in May 2008 by Silhouette’s NOCTURNE line. Can you tell us about it and a bit about the main characters Kaitlyn and Landon?

P.M.  Landon Rourke is a Lupreda werewolf who lives on the fringes of his Lupreda world. At the same time he keeps one foot in the human world, due to a mistake he has made in the past.  Steadfast in his loyalty to his wolfpack, he’ll do everything in his power to keep his brethren safe. Yet there is one other person who has his dedication–Kaitlyn McKinney.

Kaitlyn McKinney is a human who was recently promoted to Detective.  All her life she had tried to follow in her deceased father’s footsteps, hoping her cop father would be proud of her accomplishments.

When Kaitlyn runs across a strange burned body in a local park, she teams up with the sexy PI Landon Rourke as they try to discover the truth behind the murder.  

S.V.  What about vamps, weres, etc. inspired you to write about them?

P.M.  Vampires and werewolves as heroes have always intrigued me. Beyond the fact that their primal and dangerous, unpredictable and uncensored by human’s standards, what I wanted to do with my SCIONS series is explore where vampires and werewolves came from, not just the concept that they already exist.
S.V.  Will we be seeing more of Kaitlyn and Landon in the future?

P.M.  Absolutely.  Kaitlyn and Landon play key roles in Caine’s story in the third book Scions:Revelation. You’ll also see Jachin again as well, since the third book ties up the final answers to the prophecy that has been a running subplot through all three of the SCIONS books.

S.V.  How did you get your start in writing? What, if anything, lit the “spark” to get you started and keep you motivated?

P.M.  I’ve always been an avid reader from early elementary school, but it wasn’t until I finished reading a non-fiction book that I closed it with a smile and told my mom, “I want to be the author who puts a smile on the reader’s face.”  To which my mom responded, “Then be an author.”  It only took me growing up and living life a little more (just a couple decades…lol) to finally put pen to paper. *g*
S.V.  What was the path to publication on this series like? Highlights? Pitfalls?

P.M.  Getting an agent and selling my SCIONS books was quite the whirlwind—within a few months, but then I had to buckle down and write the books, edit them and get them turned in.  Just to give an idea of time frames. I sold the first Scions books in August 2006 and the first book Scions:Resurrection came out January 2008.  That’s how far in advance publishers buy books.

S.V.  Who or what was your inspiration for the characters of Kaitlyn & Landon, if any?

P.M.  As for inspiration, I love my heroines but I really do focus on my heroes.  So if I had to pick a movie character that makes me think of Landon, I’d say Hugh Jackman playing Wolverine…okay, with light brown hair.   Wolverine was so intense and very dedicated, just like Landon.

S.V.  Did you find it harder or easier to write subsequent novels in this series because of already having created this world?

P.M.  It was easier to write the characters because I’d learned more about them while they played secondary characters in previous books.  It was harder on the world…not so much on the world building itself, but incorporating aspects of the world and grounding the readers on what came “before” in previous books in such a way as to not “info dump” the information and unveiling it in fresh and unique ways. 

S.V.  Do you have any funny writing quirks or habits that you do when you’re in the “zone” writing?

P.M.  I can’t start the book unless I know the “basic storyline” and the hero and heroine’s names. Until I know those things, I won’t start the book.  When I’m ready to write, I must have coffee.  I don’t know why, but when I have my morning coffee, I can really get going on a manuscript.  Mmmmmm, caffeine!

S.V.  Have you ever met a vampire, werewolf, demon, fae?

P.M.  How about I answer this from a “who I’d like to meet” perspective?  Since I’ve written about vampires and weres, I can pretty much imagine them in my mind, so I think I’d like to meet a dangerous and sexy fae.

S.V.   What supernatural power or creature would you most like to have or be?

P.M.  I think I’d like to be able to move things with my mind, not just small objects, but heavy ones.  Of course being able to wiggle my nose and have my house suddenly clean would be awesome, too. ;o)

S.V.  What’s your favorite TV show?

P.M.  I love, love LOVE Supernatural! Not only are the supernatural stories fun/creepy/exciting, but I love watching the brothers’ interactions.

S.V.  How have the books you’ve read influenced the books you write?

P.M. Books I’ve read have influenced my writing in many ways.  They’ve inspired me to dig deeper into my characters’ psyches, to build a world that “feels” so real the reader falls right into it without hesitation, to create the kind of characters that readers think about long after they’ve finished reading the story.

S.V.  What’s the strangest thing you’ve ever gotten inspiration from?

P.M.  Hmmmm, probably a ring that seemed to carry a pleasant perfumed scent no matter how many times I washed my hands.  That was the inspiration for my first Kendrian vampire novel.  A surreal dream inspired the first Scions book, Scions:Resurrection.

S.V.  What do you do when you’re having writer’s block to “shake” it off?

P.M.  I watch movies, read other books, or do something relaxing.  Basically, I get away from the novel and give my mind a break.  That’s usually when I’m able to refocus and get through the block.

S.V.  What can a new reader expect from your book/series?

P.M.  Well, I’d say, expect lots of action and twists and turns as well as characters you can relate to, even if they are paranormal ;o) .  You’ll get to see characters from previous books in later stories so you reconnect with them.  My books tend to fall on the darker side, but there is always humor sprinkled throughout the story to lighten it in places. Above all, with every one of my books, I hope the reader will be entertained and close the book, ready to read the next one!

S.V.  You write about various types of supernatural creatures. Do you do a lot of research or do you prefer to take what you already know and use your imagination for the rest?

P.M.  I do some research, but mostly I prefer to let my imagination run wild. It’s a lot more freeing and fun to explore new worlds and races that way.

S.V.  Do you have any tips for aspiring speculative fiction writers?

P.M.  Read a lot of books in the genre you want to write in, not so much for the storylines themselves (because you’re creating something fresh and new with your own book), but for the pacing and overall “feel” of the world building.  From there, let your imagination go wild and above all…have fun doing it!

S.V.  Is there anything else you’d like to share with us at Raves & Rants and with your readers?  
Thank you for having me.  As a follow up to this interview, I just wanted to mention that there are excerpts for each of the books in my SCIONS world on my website at , and the next book in my Scions world SCIONS:REVELATION will be released in December 2008.

Thank you Patrice! It’s been a pleasure spending some time with you and getting to know about the SCiONS world. We wish you all the best with your SCIONS series!


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May 30, 2008 Posted by | Interview | , , , | Leave a comment

Kelley Armstrong Signing

X-Posted from my LiveJournal

 I went to the Kelley Armstrong signing today here in my city. She read from her upcoming YA novel, The Summoning, had a great Q & A session, and then signed everybody’s books, no matter how many we brought with us. I actually emailed her when I found out she was coming here and was encouraged to bring as many of her books with me to be signed as I would like. I’m impressed by that because I know she was at Indigo Books beforehand to sign all their in-store stock, and was going over to another Chapters store after-wards to sign all their stock! The turn-out for the reading, talk and signing was pretty good I’d say, so the poor woman must have cramps in her hand from all that signing! I, for one, am very appreciative. =) Here’s a couple pics from the signing.

My friends: Tevaul’s Lady, Spike, Amber-Lee, Kelley Armstrong and ME!

Kelley while reading from The Summoning.

And because all that was missing in your lives is a lovely close up of Kelley & myself as Zombudi. =D
(I’m on some meds that make me zombie+Judi = Zombudi)

I also picked up some great postcards & bookmarks of upcoming books and got me an Exit Strategy knapsack! Let’s hear it for swag at book signings.(Does a little Snoopy dance)


Of course, I could not be in a Chapters book store without buying some erm.. product, lol. I behaved myself though, really! I only bought Haunted – Kelley Armstrong (the only one I didn’t have already), Succubus In The City – Nina Harper, Shield Of The Sky – Susan Krinard, City Slab #12 – magazine, and Writer’s Digest Yearbook Presents – Writing Basics (magazine). See? I totally controlled myself. LOL. 

Posted by Rae Lindley:

How awesome! She sounds like a great lady and it looks like you had a blast! 😀

I don’t blame ya at all for not leaving empty-handed lol. The bookstore is a strong force indeed. 🙂

Friday, May 30th 2008 @ 4:36 PM

Posted by Sidhe:

Hi Rae!
Thanks so much for stopping by. 🙂

It was great to meet Kelley Armstrong, of whom I’ve been a long-time fan. I wish more of my favorite authors would come to my city for signings.

Yes, it’s pretty much impossible for me to go into a bookstore and come out empty-handed, lol.

Saturday, May 31st 2008 @ 5:50 PM
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May 29, 2008 Posted by | Book Signing | , | Leave a comment

Feast Of Fools – Spotlight & Review

Feast Of Fools by Rachel Caine ( Book 4 of The Morganville Vampires series )                

Format:Mass Market Paperbound

Published:June 3, 2008

Dimensions:256 Pages

Published By:New American Library

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN – 10:
ISBN – 13:9780451224637

( From Publisher )

The wait is over. dig into the feast…
In the town of Morganville, vampires and humans live in relative peace. Student Claire Danvers has never been convinced though, especially with the arrival of Mr. Bishop, an ancient, old-school vampire who cares nothing about harmony. What he wants from the town’s living and its dead is unthinkably sinister. It is only at a formal ball, attended by vampires and their human dates, that Claire realizes the elaborately evil trap he has set for Morganville.”
Rachel Caine was kind enough to send me an ARC of this book to review, and after I finished doing a little happy dancing, because I love this series, I read the book. This is the fourth book in Ms. Caine’s Morganville Vampire Series, and it’s marketed as young adult, though I’m thirty-something and I love the books.
Claire Danvers and her friends, Eve – the Goth, Shane – her sweetie, and Micheal – newly turned from ghost into a vampire, are all back and up against the uber-evil Mr. Bishop. This time not only are Claire and her friends in danger, her recently moved to town parents, and pretty much every vampire and human in town are in the line of Mr. Bishop’s wrath. The action starts on page one and goes non-stop throughout!
There are so many layers of things going on in this series, that it’s always amazing to me how deep and intricate the connecting plot threads are! Ms. Caine is a master of story-weaving, and constantly keeps me waiting for another “reveal” behind something that’s going on in the plot.
I couldn’t put it down once I started reading, and as always, the plot twists, pacing, danger, bits of romance and characters all completely captivated me and had me on the edge of my seat with anticipation. Claire has really grown into a strong young woman and her friends along with her have all gone through hell and back. The world-building in this series is awesome IMO, and the only problem I had with Feast Of Fools is that it ended and I don’t have the next book in the series to read! I believe that book 5 is titled Lord Of Misrule, and I’m not sure of the release date, but I’ll find out and post it here. 
This book is on sale June 3rd, so you can click on the Chapters or Amazon links at the top of my page to pre-order, or set your alarms to get to the stores on June 3rd to get yourself a copy!
You can find out more about Rachel Caine and her books at
See the post below to read a quick spotlight on the first three books in the series: Glass Houses, The Dead Girls’ Dance and Midnight Alley.

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May 25, 2008 Posted by | Reviews | , , , , | Leave a comment

Spotlight on Morganville Vampire Books 1-3 by Rachel Caine

Glass Houses by Rachel Caine ( Book 1 of The Morganville Vampire Series )

Format: Mass Market Paperbound

Published:September 25, 2006

Dimensions:256 Pages

Published By:New American Library

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN – 10:
ISBN – 13:9780451219947

From the Publisher

“From the author of the popular Weather Warden series. Welcome to Morganville, Texas. Just don’t stay out after dark. College freshman Claire Danvers has had enough of her nightmarish dorm situation, where the popular girls never let her forget just where she ranks in the school’s social scene: somewhere less than zero. When Claire heads off-campus, the imposing old house where she finds a room may not be much better. Her new roommates don’t show many signs of life. But they’ll have Claire’s back when the town’s deepest secrets come crawling out, hungry for fresh blood.”
The Dead Girls’ Dance by Rachel Caine ( Book 2 of The Morganville Vampire Series )
Format:Mass Market Paperbound

Published:March 26, 2007

Dimensions:256 Pages

Published By:New American Library

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN – 10:
ISBN – 13:9780451220899

From Publisher

“Claire has her share of challenges. Like being a genius in a school that favors beauty over brains; homicidal girls in her dorm, and finding out that her college town is overrun with the living dead. On the up side, she has a new boyfriend with a vampire-hunting dad. But when a local fraternity throws the Dead Girls’ Dance, hell is really going to break loose.”


Midnight Alley by Rachel Caine ( Book 3 of The Morganville Vampire Series )
Format:Mass Market Paperbound

Published:September 13, 2007

Dimensions:256 Pages

Published By:New American Library

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN – 10:
ISBN – 13:9780451222381

From Publisher

“Claire Danvers’s college town may be run by vampires but a truce between the living and the dead made things relatively safe. For a while. Now people are turning up dead, a psycho is stalking her, and an ancient bloodsucker has proposed private mentoring. To what end, Claire will find out. And it’s giving night school a whole new meaning.”

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Mish Mash Friday

  • Mood: happy and tired
  • Watching: Trek
  • Currently Reading: Feast Of Fools

Sorry I haven’t posted much this week. I’ve had a few things in the works, and also had to take a test, so not as much reading happened as I would’ve liked. I’ll have my review of Rachel Caine’s 4th book in the Morganville Vampires series, FEAST OF FOOLS, up soon!

Urban Fantasy Reader, where are you? My friend seems to be MIA, and though I miss her unique take on urban fantasy, even more so, I’m worried about her! Does anybody know where she’s at? I sincerely hope she’s ok and am sending my best wishes wherever she is.

Just confirmed, the week of June 9th to the 15th is officially going to be Yasmine Galenorn week here at Sidhe Vicious Raves & Rants to celebrate the upcoming release of Dragon Wytch on July 1st!! I’ll be reviewing the first 3 books in the Sisters of The Otherworld series: Witchling, Changeling and Darkling. Then it’s an awesome interview with Yasmine and for the grand finale, my review of Dragon Wytch.

I also received news this week from JF Lewis that it’s looking very good that the sequel to STAKED is going to be published! Woo Hoo and a big congrats to JF!  I’m really looking forward to reading it and will keep you all updated on any new developments.

The series finale of MOONLIGHT was absolutely awesome last Friday, and I am sad to see it go. I won’t go on about it, but suffice it to say that I could think of plenty of other shows on that network that I would not miss! GRAY’S ANATOMY season finale rocked my socks off! I won’t post any spoilers incase not everyone has seen it yet, but I just have to say FINALLY!!! LOL The AMERICAN IDOL finale was great, and for the first time I found myself wishing that there could be a tie. Both David’s are amazing, and I’m sure they will both have huge career’s based on their exposure from this show. SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE was a blast to watch as always! Yes, I am a sucker for the auditions, and these two reality shows are my two guilty pleasures.

Books I got this week include: Stone Masters: A Vampire Reckoning by VMK Fewings, The Outlaw Demon Wails by Kim Harrison, Shifter – Anthology w/ Angela Knight, Lora Leigh, Alyssa Day & Virginia Kantra, Maximum Ride: The Final Warning by James Patterson, and Uthiel’s Embrace by Rae Lori.

The move to WORDPRESS is moving along slowly. Right now, up for viewing are my reviews of Halfway To The Grave, One Bite Stand, The Nymph King and Unshapely Things. Pop on over and have a look, say hello, or let me know what you think!

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The Darkest Night – Spotlight & Review

The Darkest Night by Gena Showalter  May/08 by HQN

  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: HQN Books ( May 1 2008 )
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373772467
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373772469

    (from back cover)


    His Powers – Inhuman   His Passion – Beyond Immortal…


    All her life, Ashlyn Darrow has been tormented by voices from the past. To end the nightmare, she has come to Budapest seeking help from men rumored to have supernatural abilities, not knowing she”ll be swept into the arms of Maddox, their most dangerous member—a man trapped in a hell of his own.Neither can resist the instant hunger that calms their torments…and ignites an irresistible passion. But every heated touch and burning kiss will edge them closer to destruction—and a soul-shattering test of love….”

    The first novel in The Lords Of The Underworld series, The Darkest Night did not disappoint. Maddox, the host of the demon Violence, and Ashlyn are a great pairing. Suffering untold amounts of pain and trials to be together, they captured my attention and carried me into their world to experience it all as if I were in the stronghold with them! The cast of characters, world-building and premise behind this series involves  Greek Gods, Pandora’s Box, Immortal Warriors, Curses, Demons, Hunters, Romance and a whole lot of action and danger. That’s a mix to get me hooked and wanting more! Plus, I am Hungarian, so basing it in Budapest and having some Hungarian in the book was also pretty cool to me personally.

    This book is the beginning of what promises to be an awesome series, right up there with JR Wards’ Black Dagger Brotherhood books. I am happy to say that the first three books in the series, The Darkest Night, The Darkest Kiss and The Darkest Pleasure are all being released one month apart! May, June and July. Get ready to have your socks knocked off by Showalters sinfully sexy Lords Of The Underworld, I know I did! If Gena Showalter wasn’t already on my auto-buy list, she would be just based on this book. Run and get it for yourself.

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    Posted by Lori T:

    I loved this book! I can hardly wait for the next one to come out!!
    Tuesday, May 20th 2008 @ 7:10 AM

    Posted by Judi:

    Me Too!!! Thankfully it won’t be a long wait for the next two books. 🙂
    Tuesday, May 20th 2008 @ 7:13 AM

    Posted by Liviania:

    I’ve been meaning to read this series – I love her sense of humor, based on her work in Author Talk.
    Tuesday, May 20th 2008 @ 8:01 AM

    Posted by Judi:

    Trust me, her sense of humor carries over to her writing too. I love her writing style and own almost all of her books. 🙂
    Tuesday, May 20th 2008 @ 1:05 PM


    May 19, 2008 Posted by | Reviews | , , , | Leave a comment

    Sunday Soundoff

    • Watching: Desperate Housewives
    • Currently Reading: The Darkest Night

    I went to the Kelley Armstrong talk and signing yesterday! For details and photos, go to my LiveJournal. 

    My move over to WordPress is coming along slowly but surely.  As I mentioned, I’m starting with my oldest posts, so if you’re somewhat new to reading my blog here, head over to word press and you can read some of my earlier reviews/posts.

    My friend Amberkatze in Vienna, just had some of her reviews published in UK’s Bite Me Magazine. Congrats Amber!! Go and grab yourself a copy if you can.

    Books I got this week include: Haunted by Kelley Armstrong, Succubus In The City by Nina Harper, Shield Of The Sky by Susan Krinard, Master Of Swords by Angela Knight, A Taste Of Crimson by Marjorie M Liu, Vampires Are Forever by Lynsay Sands, Portrait Of A Man by Tracy Fobes, and My Immortal Protector by Jen Holling. Woot, what a good haul.

    I’m pretty disappointed with the cancellation of Moonlight. Why do they always have to cancel the good shows and keep playing the super-tacky reality programs? I will admit to watching American Idol, So You Think You Can Dance, and Wife-Swap, but the rest… no thanks. I’ve never made it through an episode of Survivor or The Bachelor. I have no desire to watch any of these model competitions, cooking/chef competitions, people losing weight, addict interventions, etc, etc, etc. I won’t get started on some of the tv shows that have been on the air for years that I’ve never watched, and don’t know anybody who watches them either!? But these shows, they keep? Maybe the top dogs at the networks need some new blood, because whoever is in there now is NOT catering to “the people”, that’s for sure. That’s my rant of the week. What do you all think of show cancellations and the crud reality shows?

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    Posted by Jackie:

    That’s awesome that Kelley Armstrong was so nice. I’m going to go see LK Hamilton in a couple of weeks and I only hope it goes as well.

    I kinda like the Top Chef reality show on Bravo, but I like to cook, so maybe that has something to do with it. I never got into American Idol, but I loved the first season of So You Think You Can Dance. I’ll have to check it out now that Grey’s Anatomy is off for the season.

    Monday, May 19th 2008 @ 3:48 AM

    Posted by Judi:

    Ooohhh, I wish I could go to a LKH signing. She’s never come up to my “neck of the woods” so to speak. 😦
    The 2 hour season finale of Grey’s is airing this Thurs for me, so I’ll hopefully be getting more reading in when there’s nothing but reality shows on all summer, lol.
    Monday, May 19th 2008 @ 3:25 PM


    May 18, 2008 Posted by | Rambling | , , , , | Leave a comment

    The Winners

    Winner Announcement

    Gen – wins the Welcome To The Void T-Shirt!!

    Liviania – wins a signed copy of Staked!!

    Congratulations to you both

    If you can both email me your mailing info at , I’ll pass it on to JF so he can get your prizes out to you.

    A big thank-you to JF Lewis for supplying the prizes and also to everyone who entered!

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    May 16, 2008 Posted by | Contest, Winners | , | Leave a comment

    Eternal Lover – Spotlight & Review

    Eternal Lover – Anthology by Jackie Kessler, Hannah Howell, Lynsay Sands & Richelle Mead   April 2008 by Kensington Paranormal Romance

  • Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Kensington ( Mar 17 2008 )
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0758225113
  • ISBN-13: 978-0758225115
  • A Hell Of A Time by Jackie Kessler

    (from back cover) “Jesse’s immortal life as a soul-stealing succubus is over. And now that she is human, she longs to tempt her lover with all her persuasive powers of total sexual seduction…”

    I enjoyed this short story about ex-succubi Jesse and her boyfriend Paul. The story opens with a wicked tense scene that had me hooked from the get-go! It continues on like a runaway freight train and takes you on a heck of a ride. Jackie Kessler does not dissapoint and I can hardly wait for the next book in the Hell On Earth series Hotter Than Hell, which is scheduled to be released July 29th, 2008.

    The Yearning by Hannah Howell

    (from back cover) ” Alpin has lived for centuries with a lust that can never be quenched with mere physical pleasure. And then he meets Sophie whose own search for lasting love binds them together in a cloak of shimmering sensuality”

    This was a fun paranormal historical romance. Sophie’s ancestor Rona cast a curse on the MacCordy clan and centuries later Sophie feels the need to attempt to break the curse as it has not only cursed the clan of the man who jilted Rona, but also their own family. Sophie and Alpin are both intriguing characters and I really liked their story.

    City Of Demons by Richelle Mead

    (from back cover) ” Seth cannot resist the intense sexual allure of his demon lover Georgina. Yet their love reaches beyond the physical, into a place of complete untamed surrender…”

    I love the character of Georgina and the story was great! Fast pacing, great plot, fun as sin characters and you really get to relate to Georgina. I personally, wish the ending had been a bit different, but that’s just me. I’m hoping that subsequent books in the Georgina Kincaid series will give me the ending I’m looking for! The next book in the series,  Succubus Dreams is scheduled to be released in October 2008.

    Bitten by Lynsay Sands

    (from back cover) ” Keeran’s existance as a vampire has taught him to accept a life without love… until he saves Emily from certain death. And suddenly he discovers the soul-searing passion he thought he’d lost forever…”

    Also a historical vampire story, but as always, Lynsay Sands pens a wonderful tale that takes you to the time and place she sets her story in. Emily and Keeran steam the pages up as they give in to their desires, and break your heart because they fear giving in to them. Both having had rotten turns of luck in life, find each other to be the salvation they are searching for.

    All in all, I really enjoyed this anthology, with four great authors. I’m not usually much for short stories, but this falls into one of the better ones I’ve read. I prefer novel length, or even a series of books with the same characters, but that again, is just my personal preference. As far as anthologies go, Eternal Lover gets two thumbs up from me.

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    May 15, 2008 Posted by | Reviews | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

    Contest Update

    • Mood: Excited
    • Watching: Trek
    • Currently Reading: Eternal Lover & Otherworld
    • Location: somewhere in the Northern hemisphere

    EXTRA, EXTRA Just a heads up to let every one know that The Winner will be drawn this Friday to win a signed copy of JF Lewis’s STAKED or a WELCOME TO THE VOID t-shirt!!! (Note: JF’s wearing one in the picture for our interview) Go HERE to read the interview, and leave a comment to be entered.

    For those who would like to be entered a second time, you can blog about my contest, send me the link in the comments for this post, and I’ll put your name in the hat twice! Good Luck Everyone.

    5 Comments you can view them HERE

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    May 12, 2008 Posted by | Rambling | , | Leave a comment