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Fenrir and Garm, Wolves of Norse Myth

If you’ve read any of my Nine Worlds (previously called Unbound) series, you know I love to take myth and tweak it a bit. One way I did this was by taking one particular wolf in Norse Mythology and making it an entire type of shapeshifter instead. In Norse Mythology, Garm is a giant wolf, or the...

Guest Post: Michele Hauf’s Entry into Tina Folsom’s Venice Vampyr world

Hi! And thanks to Lori for hosting me here today at the blog. I’ve been writing vampires since my very first published novel, and I have a new vamp story out this month. It’s my favorite genre, the historical romance. And if I can combine that with vampires than nothing is more fun, for me, to...

Shapeshifting Demon Dog: The Black Dog

When I first decided to write a series for the then new Silhouette Nocturne line (changed to Harlequin Nocturne later), I knew I wanted it to revolve around shapeshifters, but I also didn’t want to go with werewolves. I love werewolves and have written a number of werewolf stories myself, but it was...

The Midgard Serpent, Jörmungand

If you’ve read Unbound, you know who Jormun is. What you may not know is that he is my twist on the famous Midgard Serpent, also known as Jörmungand (and a bunch of other names) from Norse mythology. Jörmungand is one of Loki’s three children with the giantess Angrboda. His brother, Fenrir...

CONTEST!! What was your first love… paranormal romance love that is.

Do you remember the first paranormal romance novel you read? Not a novel with paranormal elements and some romance, but a true paranormal romance novel like those we know and love today? Wikipeida‘s paranormal romance page lists Jayne Ann Krentz‘s Sweet Starfire as the first futuristic romance...

Wild Hunt, Nine Worlds 3

Read Excerpt Read Reviews Order from: Amazon   Or read for FREE with Kindle Unlimited!  Book 3 of the Nine Worlds (previously Unbound series) The legendary horn of the Wild Hunt has been silent for decades. No hounds called. No souls captured. Until today. When hellhound Venge Leidolf hears the horn’s peal,...

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