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Category: Authors


If your Lara Adrian Fan… Midnight Breed Series

Mathias Rowan is in London baby, yeah!! And he is shaking things up! Come see what he’s up to when his story comes out on June 30!

Available for pre-order — Amazon:
Virtual Signing —
Add it at Goodreads:
***The book will be on sale in *all* formats and in print on 6/30

*all London images from

Date: June 26th | Category: Authors
View Comments // View All Comments (0) | Posted by Vixen Mistress

Who will play Patch Capriano in the first movie adaption from Rebecca Fitzpatrick’s series “Hush, Hush”? It could be Ian Somerhalder, Theo James, or Robert Pattinson.


“Hush, Hush” is the first book from the Hush, Hush Saga. It became a New York Times Bestseller in 2009.

The book is described:

For Nora Grey, romance was not part of the plan. At least, not until Patch came along. With his easy smile and probing eyes, Nora is drawn to him against her better judgment. But after a series of terrifying encounters, Nora’s not sure who to trust-she can’t decide whether she should fall into Patch’s arms or run and hide from him. And when she tries to seek some answers, she finds herself near a truth more unsettling than any feeling Patch evokes. For Nora stands amid an ancient battle between the immortal and those who have fallen-and choosing the wrong side will cost her life.

Author Rebecca Fitzpatrick dished about her worries for finding the perfect two people to play Nora and Patch.

“That’s always the hardest part to nail in any movie – making sure you get the right actors and that they’re portraying the characters well,” she said.

Who would you cast in the role of Patch?


Date: May 15th | Category: Articles, Authors, Movie
View Comments // View All Comments (0) | Posted by Katherine

L.J. Smith, author of The Vampire Diaries books, hasn’t let being fired from her own series get her down. Instead, she’s started writing fan fiction about her own characters and selling it on Amazon.

Alloy Entertainment, who publishes the series, originally hired Smith in the late 1980s to write an “Interview With the Vampire for teens,” according to a new interview with The Wall Street Journal (via The Hairpin). Originally published in 1991 and 1992, the first set of books received a boost again in 2007 when Twilight mania hit the world. Alloy then hired her to write a new trilogy of The Vampire Diaries books, and soon the TV adaptation premiered on The CW.

At that point, though, things started to go badly. According to Smith, Alloy wanted the books to adhere more closely to the show’s plot lines, but she wanted to go her own way. The company dismissed her and hired a ghostwriter to continue the series. Her name still appears on the new book covers, and she still receives 50 percent of royalties from sales, but she has absolutely nothing to do with the books’ creation.

Now, though, Smith has been revisiting the world of Elena, Stefan, and Damon in a series of fan fiction stories for Amazon’s Kindle Worlds. The new program allows writers to publish fan fiction about established characters without it causing legal problems, because Amazon gains copyright permission from the original publishers and shares some of the royalties with them. So because Alloy profits from all Kindle Worlds titles related to The Vampire Diaries, and because using the service requires giving up copyright to your work, Smith is able to write about her own characters without getting sued.

It’s weird and complicated, but it works for her. “I didn’t do these books for money,” Smith said. “They’re entirely a labor of love.” Fans are probably happy, too, since it means more The Vampire Diaries stories to obsess over.

Date: April 28th | Category: Authors, Vampire Diaries
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Fang fiction has become quite popular in the last decade. Most of us have read, or heard about the Twilight series and The Vampire Diaries, or watched them after they were turned into super-successful movie and TV series. But if you want to get some real chills, go for these lesser-known, but brilliantly-written books.

Salem’s Lot
The second book by the ‘Master of Horror’ Stephen King is old-school, yet unputdownable. This emotionally-terrifying novel is about a writer named Ben Mears, who returns to his hometown to write about the terrifying experiences he had in an old house as a child. But things only get darker with the owner of the house arriving at the same time as Mears.

Let the Right One In
Lat den ratte komma in or Let The Right One In by Swedish author John Ajvide Lindqvist, was also translated into celluloid. But nothing gives you the chills like the pages of the book about a bullied boy and a mysterious girl his age, whom he befriends. It’s gory, shocking, a social essay in isolation and vampire horror, all at the same time.

The Vampire Tapestry
Suzy McKee Charnas’ brilliant book is one of the most intriguing and provocative novels in fang fiction. The story is about Dr Edward Weyland, an anthropology professor, who believes bloodlust is more a biological need than a supernatural ability! This book is important because Charnas was among the first writers to present vampires as natural members of another humanoid species.

Queen of Kings
This is Maria Dahvana Headley’s reimagining of the story of the most famous woman in history, Cleopatra, the queen of Egypt. Through magic, she turns into a shape-changing, vampiric avatar of revenge, because of a botched spell summoning the destructive goddess, Sekhmet. This was the first attempt to look at Cleopatra as an immortal queen.


Date: April 15th | Category: Articles, Authors, General
View Comments // View All Comments (0) | Posted by Katherine
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