I should note that my posts will be a bit more sparse this month, as I’ll be attempting to finish edits on my current WIP by the end of March. If all goes as planned, the WIP, as well as my already polished novel, and, God willing, a non-fiction proposal, will be ready for a conference I’m attending at the end of May.

In prep for said conference, I’m reading Writing 21st Century Fiction by Donald Maass, which explains the importance of not leaning on familiar formulas or imitations.

And if it’s one thing Erin Kellison knows how to do, it’s how to stand out. (I’ve mentioned Erin before, in this previous post.) The genre of paranormal romance may turn into a tired trope in someone else’s hands, but Erin knows exactly how to make it her own, and does a beautiful job weaving together compelling stories that excite readers. Her latest novella, SHADOW HUNT offers further proof of this:


Dr. Cameron Kalamos and Eleanor Russo make an unbeatable team – science and magic, working hand in hand to confront the darkness besetting humankind.


At the center of that darkness stand the powerful mage Houses, but the brutal murderer Ellie and Cam are hunting seems to be affiliated with none of them.


When nothing is as it seems, and danger meets desire head on, sex can be an act of war. For Ellie, ensnared between the man she loves and the one she must destroy, the battle is about to begin…

SHADOW HUNT is now available for purchase, along with more of Erin’s books. Click below to snag one of your own:


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