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August 7, 2012

Book Tour & Giveaway (US/Int): Lore of Fei’s Kathleen S. Allen on faeries… do you believe?

ARE FAERIES REAL? In 1917 the world was at war and the Industrial Revolution was marching us forward. Two English girls from Cottingley, in West Yorkshire, England Elsie Wright, age 16 and her cousin, Frances Griffiths, age 10 borrowed the camera that belonged to Elsie’s father and took photographs of faeries. They took a series of five photos, and had several published. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930), the author of Sherlock Holmes who was also a spiritualist saw the photos and, along with his good friend, Harry Houdini (1874-1926), a famous magician set out to prove if the photos were real or not. Houdini was skeptical but Doyle believed the photos were real. For many years it [...]
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July 20, 2012

Book Tour and Spotlight on: Rogue’s Pawn by Jeffe Kennedy

This is no fairy tale… Haunted by nightmares of a black dog, sick to death of my mind-numbing career and heart-numbing fiancé, I impulsively walked out of my life—and fell into Faerie. Terrified, fascinated, I discover I possess a power I can’t control: my wishes come true. After an all-too-real attack by the animal from my dreams, I wake to find myself the captive of the seductive and ruthless fae lord Rogue. In return for my rescue, he demands an extravagant price—my firstborn child, which he intends to sire himself…
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March 1, 2012

Book Tour & Giveaway: A Sliver of Shadow author Allison Pang on saucy unicorns and relating to OtherFolk

One of the things I enjoy most about writing Urban Fantasy is the ability to write both the fantastical and the mundane and mix them all up. In the Abby Sinclair series, many of the characters are mythological in nature and have their own lives and issues outside of the story. I tend to poke fun at a lot of tropes in my books – mostly tongue-in-cheek pop culture stuff (i.e. references to sparkly vampires, etc.), but I also tend to run snippets of additional plots that don’t always come blatantly to the surface.
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