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Knee-Deep in Backstory: Jumping Into an Established Series

Knee-Deep in Backstory: Jumping Into an Established Series

A few weeks ago, I read a book—Shelly Laurenston’s Bite Me—which, unbeknownst to me, was the ninth in a long-running series. I’d picked it up because the first two lines of the tease (“Livy Kowalski has no time for idiots. […]

by × June 4, 2014 ×

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2014 Romance We Can’t Wait to Read

2014 Romance We Can’t Wait to Read

One of the glorious new things Twitter has brought into my life is the ability to keep up with authors in an incredibly immediate way. Now I can see, basically in real time, what my favorite authors are working on—and […]

by × January 8, 2014 ×

SOUTHERN VAMPIRE MYSTERIES

5 Revelations from the Forthcoming Final Sookie Stackhouse Book!

5 Revelations from the Forthcoming Final Sookie Stackhouse Book!

In all of my 25 years in the book business—as a bookstore manager, author, book reviewer, and blogger—I have never seen readers as pissed off as they were last May, when Dead Ever After, the final installment of Charlaine Harris’s […]

by × October 22, 2013 ×

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Step Aside, Vamps: Five More Dreamy Supernaturals

Step Aside, Vamps: Five More Dreamy Supernaturals

Don’t get me wrong, I love me a good tale of vampiric love. I heart The Twilight Saga (haters gonna hate, etc.), and I have little to zero shame canceling plans if it means I can catch the latest episode […]

by × July 2, 2013 ×

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Three Chilling Books to Keep You Cool This Summer

Three Chilling Books to Keep You Cool This Summer

It’s officially summer, which means you are now a hot and sticky mess minutes after leaving your house every morning. So what better time to pick up a book that will send a shiver down your spine, even as you […]

by × June 28, 2013 ×

VAMPIRES!

The 10 Best Vampire Novels No One Has Read

The 10 Best Vampire Novels No One Has Read

Just because a novel is on a national bestseller list—or sells hundreds of thousands of copies—doesn’t necessarily mean it’s good. The reverse is also true, especially of genre fiction, fringy fiction—a lot of the good stuff comes and goes virtually […]

by × April 15, 2013 ×