Vampires In The Future – Natural Space Travellers?

This is another of my guest posts that appeared on a blog that is now long gone.  I've updated and refreshed links. There’s a ton of fiction out there – even romance fiction – featuring vampires in the past and the present, taking on human roles and because of their inherited special gifts and talents,

2018-08-04T07:42:20-06:00Tuesday, August 7, 2018|Categories: Futuristic Romance, Science Fiction Romance, Vampires|Tags: , , , |

On the blog…Two Years Ago

I've been running this blog for a long time.  If you include the occasional break from blogging, and the times when my site host shut me down for too much traffic (yes, they can do that), then I've been blogging since 2005.  Most of the older posts are now articles on the Articles pages. Out

Working Notes – June 5, 2015

I've been immersed in time travel stories lately. As I write this post, I’m teetering on the very edge of finishing Beloved Bloody Time 4. It now has a name: Spartan Resistance. (And as I post this post, I'm finished!!) Any guesses who the Spartan is the title is referring to? BBT readers will know

2015-06-05T04:37:15-06:00Friday, June 5, 2015|Categories: Working Notes|Tags: , |

Harvest of Holidays is Out!

Harvest of Holidays Harvest of Holidays, book 2.1 in The Stonebrood Saga, featuring a return of Carson and Tally from Carson's Night, is now available.  Also featuring gargoyles, vampires and demon hunters, this is a tightly packed little story. Here's the blurb for Harvest of Holidays: Carson Connor’s final story. Six years have passed

CHRONICLES OF THE LOST YEARS – Sherlock Holmes Romance – Free Until Sunday

Please take note of the date of this post! If you’re reading this somewhere in the future, the book is probably no longer available for free and I don’t want you to be disappointed. Check the date line! :) _____________ The first book in my Sherlock Holmes series, Chronicles of the Lost Years, is free

The Challenges of Serial Lives Management

The Challenges of Serial Lives Management For any long-life species – vampires being a perfect example, but others abound – passing as a human in a world that doesn’t suspect their existence poses a number of challenges.  Close to the top of the list (just behind the 11th commandment) would be how, when and where

2021-05-14T09:54:43-06:00Monday, March 24, 2014|Categories: Paranormal Romance, Vampires|Tags: , , |

Is it Worth The Time, Marrying Ephemerals? Part II

Is it Worth The Time, Marrying Ephemerals? Part II Who would want a relationship where one partner is guaranteed to die and the other isn’t? Well, a lot of couples want it, it seems. Judging by the number of human + long-life-species romances being published, there’s apparently something fundamentally appealing in the idea. But is

2021-05-14T10:06:28-06:00Monday, March 17, 2014|Categories: Paranormal Romance, Vampires|Tags: , , , , , |

Is it Worth The Time, Marrying Ephemerals?

Is it Worth The Time, Marrying Ephemerals? If you’re blessed with long, long life, is it fair to marry a short-lifer? Many of the species and races that populate fantasy and paranormal fiction are long lifers: vampires, of course, plus elves, demons, angels, and even author-invented species like my own Curandero, from the Blood Stone

2021-05-14T10:06:24-06:00Saturday, March 15, 2014|Categories: Paranormal Romance, Vampires|Tags: , , , , , |

CARSON’S NIGHT – Vampires + Gargoyles MF Romance. Free Until Sunday

Please take note of the date of this post! If you're reading this somewhere in the future, the book is probably no longer available for free and I don't want you to be disappointed. Check the date line! :) _____________ Carson's Night is the first book in the vampire + gargoyle series, The Stonebrood Saga.

Margaret River – A Perfect Place to Get Lost

Perth, the capital of Western Australia, is the most remote city in the world, at the southern end of the biggest state in Australia.  Even further south, tucked away at the far southern toe of the state, inside a national park, is a small former timber-town; Margaret River. Because hardly anyone ever goes to Perth

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