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Tag Archives: succubus
As Above, So Below: The Complete Story
Does your kindle need some warming up for the holiday? I collected both succubus/angel novels into a single “box set” that’s called As Above, So Below: The Complete Story. You can pick it up on Amazon. One of my favorite … Continue reading
Behind “Devil in Her Heart”
I was an infant when the Beatles played the Ed Sullivan Show. My parents were young newlyweds, holding down their first jobs out of college, so I don’t know if they watched it. Despite that, the Beatles provided the unacknowledged … Continue reading
All the Morbid that’s Fit to Print
I wrote a ton of stuff earlier in the year and it’s all being published now. By now, I mean yesterday and today. First up, I am really proud of the story that appeared Friday on The Fabulist. This is … Continue reading
Unpublished Lost Angels interview
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
Music for As Above, So Below
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