urban fantasy

A writer’s dream: author Jami Gray’s urban fantasy

Today author Jami Gray is dropping in to tell us her dream – a dream shared by me and lots of other writers. Jami Gray is the award winning, multi-published author of the Urban Fantasy series, The Kyn Kronicles, and the Paranormal Romantic Suspense series, PSY-IV Teams. It’s a pleasure to meet you, Jami! *…… Continue reading A writer’s dream: author Jami Gray’s urban fantasy

urban fantasy · ya

Schism: author Laura Maisano’s debut YA Urban Fantasy, plus #giveaway

I’m delighted to meet Laura Maisano today, as part of her blog tour for her debut YA Urban Fantasy novel, Schism. Laura will be answering a few questions, and then afterwards there’ll be a chance to win a copy of her novel.  Good to meet you, Laura! First of all, why do you write YA?…… Continue reading Schism: author Laura Maisano’s debut YA Urban Fantasy, plus #giveaway

romance · urban fantasy

Good to meet you…author N.N. Light

Today I’m welcoming the fabulous Mrs N.N. Light – Queen of Urban Fantasy Romance, Queen of the Twitterverse, Queen of Just About Everything! I’ve laid on a special spread today of tea (in proper tea-cups, mind) and a pyramid of Ferrero Rochers. (Note to self: take chocolate from top of pyramid, not the bottom.) Good…… Continue reading Good to meet you…author N.N. Light

romance · urban fantasy · vampires · zombies

Why we love vampires, zombies and werewolves

OK, I’m going to make a terrible admission.  I’m not actually that keen on vampires, zombies and werewolves in books.  It’s not that I dislike them, as such, it’s just if you asked me to take them or leave them I could pretty well leave them much of the time. Strangely, in films or television…… Continue reading Why we love vampires, zombies and werewolves

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Good to meet you…author Mike Evers

I’m delighted to welcome a fellow Yorkshire writer to my blog today – the second Yorkshire author in a month!   Maybe there is something in this northern English county of ours that’s inspiring people to write.  I’d like to think it’s the windswept moors, so beloved of the Bronte sisters, or the Yorkshire Dales, or…… Continue reading Good to meet you…author Mike Evers