10 Great Urban Fantasy Book Quotes

I love a good book quote. I love urban fantasy. It’s not hard to figure out where the idea for this post came from. 😉 From funny first-person monologues to surprisingly deep insights gained between monster battles, urban fantasy has a lot of great lines. Here are a few of my favorites. I’ve talked beforeContinue reading “10 Great Urban Fantasy Book Quotes”

Opinion: Why the Fae are the most Versatile Creatures in Urban Fantasy

If you told me that I could only read or write about one supernatural creature for the rest of my life, I would choose the fae. This isn’t me trying to trash talk werewolves or demons or anything. It’s just that the fae can fill their role just as well. They’re like the jack ofContinue reading “Opinion: Why the Fae are the most Versatile Creatures in Urban Fantasy”

Free Ebook Friday: Crown of Frost by Isabella August

Free ebooks are the best. They’re a great way for readers to try new series risk-free, and they help authors reach new audiences. But there’s just so many of them that it can be hard to find one you like. Free ebook Friday spotlights a free ebook that I’ve personally read and enjoyed, and hopefully,Continue reading “Free Ebook Friday: Crown of Frost by Isabella August”

Sting of Thorns is out now!

Need to escape the real world for a while? Discover a darkly beautiful realm of magic in Sting of Thorns. If you like fierce heroines, dangerous fae, and urban fantasy, this may be the ebook you’re looking for. See what reviewers are saying: “Full of action, magic and new twists and turns that took myContinue reading “Sting of Thorns is out now!”

11 Indie Book Covers that are Knocking it out of the Park

Book covers are works of art. They’re also marketing tools. Being in complete control of your book cover can be a huge advantage of self-publishing. It’s also harder than you’d think. We authors (and by “we” I mostly mean “me” 😅) aren’t always savvy marketers, and designing a book cover that sells in a particularContinue reading “11 Indie Book Covers that are Knocking it out of the Park”

5 Ways You’d Probably Die in an Urban Fantasy Novel

“If you could live in any fictional world, what would it be?” Does that question give anyone else anxiety? Like sure, it would be nice to visit Middle Earth, but I don’t want to get murdered by bands of roving orcs. The Star Wars universe? Noooo, thank you. Did you see that new Death Star?Continue reading “5 Ways You’d Probably Die in an Urban Fantasy Novel”

Read the First Chapter of Poison and Honey

Do you like urban fantasy? How about tough, determined heroines? Cunning, villainous princes? If you answered yes, then have I got the ebook for you. If you want a sneak peek of Poison and Honey, check out the entire first chapter below. Chapter 1 Leigh Morgan was having a nightmare about the horse-headed man whenContinue reading “Read the First Chapter of Poison and Honey”

Cover Reveal: Poison and Honey

I am in love with this cover, you guys. I’ve saved a copy of it on my phone, and sometimes I just stare at it and sigh happily. It fits the atmosphere of the story perfectly, and I hope you think it’s as great as I do. Poison and Honey is an urban fantasy novellaContinue reading “Cover Reveal: Poison and Honey”

Free Ebook Friday: Coffee and Ghosts by Charity Tahmaseb

Free ebooks are the best. They’re a great way for readers to try new series risk-free, and they help authors reach new audiences. But there’s just so many of them that it can be hard to find one you like. Free ebook Friday spotlights a free ebook I’ve personally read and enjoyed, and hopefully, it’llContinue reading “Free Ebook Friday: Coffee and Ghosts by Charity Tahmaseb”

Why Steampunk is the Little Black Dress of Speculative Fiction

Steampunk is a weird, niche little genre, when you think about it. Merriam-Webster defines it as “science fiction dealing with 19th-century societies dominated by historical or imagined steam-powered technology.” That’s pretty darn specific. It’s not like the post-apocalyptic subgenre restricts its stories to the 23rd century, or space opera specifies the power source that spaceshipsContinue reading “Why Steampunk is the Little Black Dress of Speculative Fiction”