Tag: urban fantasy

Author Interview: BR Kingsolver

Today, I’m happy to welcome a long-time friend and author–BR Kingsolver–to join me in the first author interview on this blog. Hopefully one of many to come, but we’re off to a great start. 🙂 BR Kingsolver Website ~*~ Facebook ~*~ Twitter ~*~ Buy the Book! ~*~ What’s one random fact that you’d like to […]

V is for Vampire

How do you like your vampires? Today, they come in so many shapes and sizes that you might as well be ordering off the menu at a drive-thru restaurant. “Would you like some sparkles with that?” They are now heroes, villains, and everything in between. They’ve come a long way from the black and white […]

Why Are Vampires Sexy?

Once upon a time, I was asked to write about why fangs in fiction are so popular. Why are vampires so sexy? The problem was that I don’t know! So, I traveled to Adelheid to ask the experts. Also known as the preternatural employees of the Stanton Agency. 😉 “Why are vampires sexy in fiction?” […]

The Genesis of Adelheid

The road to the creation of Adelheid and what is now the Blood Rights Series has been a long one, and with more than its share of potholes. While I’ve already talked about the city building specifics (and touch briefly on them again here), this is more about the evolution of me and the series […]

Building a City

The Blood Rights Series (formerly known as the Adelheid Series) is built on one basic premise: that a law has been passed that makes all preternatural creatures (vampires, werewolves and more) legal citizens. They don’t have to “play human” to have the same rights and privileges as everyone else in the United States. The series […]