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Tag Archives: angels and devils
Before I move on from all the Lost Angels/Angelus Rose posts, I want to post an interview that I did for someone else’s blog quite a while ago. It was never published, so I thought I’d put it up here. … Continue reading
Last Saturday the second book in the As Above, So Below series celebrated its first anniversary in print. I thought I’d throw a party — and you have the chance to win a $20 Amazon gift card. Just read through … Continue reading
When Brian and I wrote the books about Lorelei and Azaziel, music served as a huge part of our process. We listened to stuff together, then when I needed to get in the mood to write on my own, I’d … Continue reading
This is a busy week! I’m taking part in 2 book events via Bookfunnel: You can read my short story “The Angel’s Lair” for free, along with 64 other paranormal romances, horror novels, and more by checking out the giveaway … Continue reading
My co-writer Brian Thomas moved to LA in the early 90s to find work in the film industry. He worked behind the scenes on films from The Wizard of Space and Time to Army of Darkness (Evil Dead 3), then … Continue reading