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Nov. 12th, 2010 @ 10:47 pm Hey
Current Location: My couch
Current Music: Just the way you are - Bruno Mars
So, i just joined LJ and am still trying to figure out how to use it. This group cam up when i searched my biggest interest paranormal books i am obsessed with them!
I'm currently reading the Mercy Thompson series, and loving it but have unfortunatly almost finnished it, and then will have nothing to read, which is terrible cause i cant live with out a book to read.

My Favourite Authors (in no particular order)

Kelley Armstrong, Richelle Mead, Christine Warren and Katie MacAlister.
If anyone has any suggestions on books i should read please tel!!!
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Nov. 8th, 2009 @ 01:42 am Paranormal Romance Book Suggestions Needed
  I need some good Paranormal Romance Book suggestions. Here is a link to my blog with what I have read so far, I'm running low on good books.
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Sep. 26th, 2008 @ 04:24 pm Hello
Current Location: Starbucks/Chapters Bookstore
Current Mood: curiouscurious
Hi -

Just thought I'd introduce myself. I'm Jenna, love supernatural books, they are my obsession (well, truthfully I love most genres, but the supernatural ones have this pull to them).

So currently finishing up Stolen by Kelley Armstrong and will be picking up the next in her otherworld series today (Dime Store Magic, I think).

Anways, what are you currently reading and what do you recommend? I'm always up for suggestions!
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Jul. 29th, 2008 @ 09:29 pm Anybody Home?
Current Mood: mischievousmischievous
Hopefully this community is merely slumbering and not truly, definitely dead.


Well, if anyone is reading this on their Friends page, please rec me some books with man-harem (creature-harem?) in it - along the line of Hamilton's works though preferably with a more well-developed plot.

Anyone? anyone?
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Jan. 4th, 2008 @ 02:46 pm Post-Apocalyptic/Dystopian Book Recs
I have a deep and abiding love of dystopian and post-apocalyptic literature and film. In the interests of developing my 2008 reading list I've begun to wade through all of the post-apocalyptic tags on Amazon, but I'm afraid that at 500+ I may be wasting valuable reading time. 

Do you know of any good post-apocalyptic or dystopian novels?  Frequently, the two sub-genres overlap, and that's okay with me.  I've read most of the "classics"--1984, Animal Farm, Farenheit 451 and most of the "modern masterpieces"--The Handmaid's Tale, Oryx and Crake, The Road. I've also read the ones that everyone seems to suggest...mostly The Stand for some reason.

Basically, I like books about the end of the world, or just after the end of the world. My favorite two books out of the ones I've just mentioned were Oryx and Crake (Margaret Atwood) and The Road (Carson McCullers). It doesn't matter if it's zombies, SARS, nuclear war, earthquakes, comets, etc. I'm pretty much okay with all of it. The world doesn't have to be destroyed; it could just be a really dysfunctional society, a la William Gibson's "Johnny Mnemonic." And the genre (and length!) doesn't matter...while some books are staunchly Speculative Fiction (or Sci-Fi), and others resist that appellation, I don't care if it's from Tor or a YA selection! Just bring on the gloom and doom and destruction, and I'll be one happy camper (believe it or not, I'm a fairly chipper person IRL; go figure).

It might actually be better to say what I don't like. I loved the first half of The Stand, but I'm not too big on the god vs the devil stories. I'm okay with good vs. evil, but the whole divine thing just doesn't do it for me...i don't know why. Also, just say no to Left Behind.

I have a list of about fifty books so far, but any suggestions you all have will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

x-posted in several places
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Oct. 15th, 2007 @ 10:32 pm Author Spotlight On Me


moondancerdrake chooses an author to spotlight and interview on her LJ.  This week, I'm honored to be the one spotlighted.  In addition to a bunch of info about my life, there are some juicy excerpts from some of my erotic fantasy stories.  Not cool for underage folks, but anybody out of high school and okay with the story of a wild child and her wilder fantasies, head on over and check it out. 


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Oct. 2nd, 2007 @ 04:57 pm A+!
Current Mood: creativecreative
I read an ARC of Sex & The Immortal Bad Boy and it was amazing! It's a laugh-out-loud funny paranormal romance story with fantastic characters. The chemistry between Paige and Jeb is delicious.

You can preorder it for November 1st when it comes out. I definitely recommended it!
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Sep. 19th, 2007 @ 07:28 pm (no subject)
 Hi so I'm new

just thought i'd drop by to say hello!

I'm reading Kim Harrison at the moment and I'm really loving it.
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Jun. 10th, 2007 @ 02:27 pm The Harlequin
Current Mood: excitedexcited
Current Music: Never Again- Kelly Clarkson
Laurell K. Hamilton's newest Anita Blake novel, The Harlequin, came out on June 5th. I finished it a few days ago and I must say I really loved it. I know a lot of fans have gotten really frustrated with LKH's writing style and to be honest the past few books haven't bothered me as much as I know it has other people. But those who loved the earlier books much more than the recent ones I think will be plesantly surprised about The Harlequin. Edward returns with Olaf as back up and another surprise character. I'm trying not to spoil it too much but I there is much more of a mystery in this book as well as tons of vampire politics.

Who has read it and what did you think? I'm eager to discuss.
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May. 11th, 2007 @ 10:05 pm fan girl moment!
just had to mention!!!

I had the chance to goto a book signing for Charlaine Harris tonight!!! in Long Beach, Ca. I actually work at the sister store of the one she signed in!! So exciting! She was super nice and answered a ton of questions!!! I was so excited that i was struck DUMB with no questions.. ah well!
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