Tag Archive | Paranormal

Summer Reading

Looking for a book to enjoy by the poolside, beach or lazing around your back yard for the summer? I’ve compiled a list of books that I have read (plus my own for a little self promotion) that you may enjoy checking out for your summer reading pleasure. Books range from time travel, romance, comedy, mystery, historical, thrillers, paranormal, military, suspense, sexy and more. A great eclectic selection.

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Two Sides of the Same Coin by Misty Evans PLUS & Contest to win “Witches Anonymous”

Please welcome MISTY EVANSauthor of, Witches Anonymous (I love this cover!) to my blog as she discusses life as the mother of twins, writing, and witches. (Contest details listed below).

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I’m the mother of twins. Twin sons and twin genres. My stories are my babies, just like my real kids, but neither my sons nor my genres resemble each other.

One of my sons is a brunette who plays guitar and loves baseball. He wants to be a marine biologist or a computer programmer or (fill in the flavor of the day). The other is a blonde who plays drums and loves skateboarding. He wants to be Albert Einstein, period. People who meet them for the first time don’t believe they’re twins. If I hadn’t been there for the c-section that followed twenty-two hours of labor, I might not believe it either.

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MAGICAL SEX & A Contest — Come meet Beverly Rae

Welcome, Beverly and thank you for sharing some Magical Sex with us and hosting a contest for one lucky blog commentator to win a book (contest details below).

Selena: Magical Sex is an intriguing title, how did you come up with it?

Beverly: Funny you should ask. One night my hubby and I were watching television and someone on the show mentioned how “last night’s sex was simply magical”. I started thinking how some people say “our sex is magical”. What if it really was? Then, as usual, my thoughts went wild and my new Magical Sisters trilogy was born.

Selena: Any interesting tidbits you’d like to share when researching your book?

Beverly: I write paranormals which means I don’t really do much “research” like, say, historical writers do. I do have a lot of fun learning about different supernatural events and creatures. However, I believe a writer doesn’t have to follow the accepted rules of the supernatural. For instance, in Magical Sex, my succubus heroine isn’t an evil female demon out to suck men dry. Instead, she’s a very likable young woman who has a rather unique problem to overcome.  Continue reading