Giveaway (US/Int): Paige Cuccaro on setting the perfect scene
What if TWILIGHT had been set in San Francisco, or if INTERVIEW WITH A VAMPIRE had taken place in a small town in Idaho? Would the stories have been as good? Maybe. Would they have been as successful? Maybe not. Choosing the right setting for your story is as important as choosing the right character. In many ways the setting for a story plays as much of a role in the plot as the characters.
March 22, 2012
Review: Hellsbane (Hellsbane #1) by Paige Cuccaro
Emma Jane Hellsbane usually leaves out the middle name. Dirty limericks and all, you understand. She's been raking in dough using a little somethin' extra in her brain pan. That is until the morning hottie from high school Tom shows up on her doorstep. He's got a big problem hot on his heels and Emma does the dumb thing and tries to help him. That choice sets into motion an action packed roller-coaster of forbidden desires, demon slaying, and a pesky recurring problem of having a big psychic bulls eye on her ass that leads demons right to her. Hellsbane is a GraveTells Recommended Read!
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