Tough Women and the Men Who Can Handle Them: An Interview with Holley Trent, author of the Shrew & Co. Series
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Tough Women and the Men Who Can Handle Them: An Interview with Holley Trent, author of the Shrew & Co. Series

Today I’m thrilled to welcome paranormal and contemporary romance author Holley Trent to Paranormal Unbound! I started following Ms. Trent on twitter because we’re both Southern girls gone west. I picked up the first novella in her Shrew series (The Problem with Paddy) because I was looking for something short and fun, and I was thrilled … Continue reading

Paranormal Romance Picks from Romance Novels in Color
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Paranormal Romance Picks from Romance Novels in Color

Today I’m excited to welcome contemporary romance author Delaney Diamond to Paranormal Unbound! Delaney writes sexy contemporaries, and I devoured her latest release, The Wrong Man over the holidays–I’m a sucker for a blue collar hero!  Delaney also runs Romance Novels in Color, a blog devoted to celebrating diversity in romance fiction. I asked her to join … Continue reading

Guest Blogger Kit Campbell: Twisting Biblical Mythology for the Modern Day
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Guest Blogger Kit Campbell: Twisting Biblical Mythology for the Modern Day

Today I’m thrilled to welcome urban fantasy author Kit Campbell to Paranormal Unbound!  Kit is interested in all sorts of mythology, and she’s here today to talk about the wealth of stories in Biblical literature. Welcome, Kit! In the beginning, God created Heaven and earth. -Genesis 1:1 Now, the Bible isn’t a source that people automatically … Continue reading

Putting the Urban in Urban Fantasy: A Madness of Angels by Kate Griffin
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Putting the Urban in Urban Fantasy: A Madness of Angels by Kate Griffin

Urban fantasy’s genre boundaries have grown a bit muddy. The label has become a catch-all for modern paranormal fiction–anything that doesn’t fit the happily-ever-after mold of paranormal romance or the elves-and-dwarves conventions of high fantasy. Sometimes, I forget the “urban” part entirely, but there are a few books that exemplify it, making their metropolitan settings … Continue reading