The Awesomeness of Genre Fiction Communities: A Conversation with DaVinciKittie of GraveTells
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The Awesomeness of Genre Fiction Communities: A Conversation with DaVinciKittie of GraveTells

Today, I’m thrilled to welcome DaViniciKittie (aka DVK), the proprietress of GraveTells News & Reviews, to Paranormal Unbound! GraveTells is a review site for the sorts of books we love at Paranormal Unbound. Paranormal romance (PNR) and urban fantasy (UF) feature large, but DVK and her team review all sorts of genre fiction. The site … Continue reading

Let’s Celebrate the Good Stuff
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Let’s Celebrate the Good Stuff

There’s been a lot of discussion lately about women writing science fiction and fantasy, and how they can sometimes be treated like interlopers. Over the past few weeks, I’ve read story after story of dismissive, sexist, misogynistic and abusive behavior at conventions, books signings, and online forums. It’s been pretty depressing. Scratch that: It’s been … Continue reading

Meet the 2013 Golden Heart Finalists in Paranormal Romance
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Meet the 2013 Golden Heart Finalists in Paranormal Romance

The Romance Writers of America Golden Heart ® Award is the industry’s highest honor for unpublished manuscripts, and it warms my paranormal-loving heart to see so many diverse stories in this year’s crop of finalists. These talented women are writing about time travel, demons, vampires, shifters, telepaths, jinn, Voodoo curses, whales, panthers, Egyptologists and doppelgangers–and usually … Continue reading

RITA Celebration on Paranormal Unbound: Ghost Planet by Sharon Lynn Fisher
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RITA Celebration on Paranormal Unbound: Ghost Planet by Sharon Lynn Fisher

It’s RITA time on Paranormal Unbound! Throughout May & June, we’ll be spotlighting some of the Romance Writers of America ® RITA award-nominated paranormal romance  authors and their books. Today, I’m talking about one of my recent reads, Sharon Lynn Fisher’s Ghost Planet. I grew up on science fiction. First it was Star Trek: The Next … Continue reading