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Cover to Cover #329A: Jennifer Rardin

Bitten to Death

Interview: This week, Mike and Summer talk with Jennifer Rardin about Bitten To Death, the fourth in her Jaz Parks series. She tells us about how the story and characters gelled, and how she wanted to go in a different direction than most paranormal tales have gone, working more with the urban adventure rather than the strict romance.   [Read more...]

Cover to Cover #167: Kelley Armstrong / K. L. Nappier

Full Wolf Moon by K.L. Nappier

This week we talk with Kelley Armstrong about her new book Haunted. Kelley has a ton of fans, and this interview will not disappoint.

K. L. Nappier then steps up to tell us about her new e-book Full Wolf Moon. Kathy's book brings terror to a World War II Japanese internment camp. You don't want to miss this one.   [Read more...]

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Wild Children

This is WebGenii, with an installment from my Reading Diary. So, what have I been reading lately?   [Read more...]

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World Book Day 2012: Philippa Ballantine

Hunter and Fox

The books that inspired me as a teenager and still do to this day are the Chronicles of Morgaine by CJ Cherryh. Morgaine is a strong female character, that is incredibly forceful and determined. She felt more like Wuthering Heights Heathcliff—which was very unique to me since she is female. Her bondsman is Nhi Vanye who travels […]

World Book Day 2012: Brandy Grandberg

Several years ago I stumbled upon a book called Outlander written by Diana Gabaldon.  After receiving it in the mail, I gave the cover a quick glance over, and threw it aside.  I had no idea the tiny bit of treasure I had held in my hands.  After reading the first book, I was fully […]

World Book Day 2012: J. R. Blackwell

Understanding Comics by Scott McCloud changed the way I think about storytelling. Addressing story structure, character and the development of an artist, McCloud challenged the way I think about creating a story and how to approach the mediums I work within. His style is easy to follow, using words and pictures to convey complex ideas […]

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