Why Kisten Had to Die
Genre Talk

Why Kisten Had to Die

Imagine Sookie without Bon Temps and Fangtasia. Mercy without wolfpack politics, fae intrigue or vampire vicissitudes in the Pacific Northwest. Rachel Morgan without Cincinnati or the Ever-After or the Hollows. Hard, yes?   Now, imagine Mercy without Adam. Sookie without Bill, Eric, Alcide, Eric, Quinn, Eric, and Sam. Or Rachel without Nick (the slimeball), Kisten, … Continue reading

The Death of Paranormal–Again
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The Death of Paranormal–Again

  Romance Writers of America recently held its annual meeting, and judging by the chatter on several of the writerly email loops to which I belong, the death of paranormal—specifically, urban fantasy and paranormal romance—was high on the list of topics. Agents don’t want it because editors don’t want it. Paranormal is dead. Authors have … Continue reading