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Knights, Werewolves and Witches, What to Write First?

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Writers have a terrible problem, they have too many ideas and not enough time. I would love to write three books this year and three novellas. I have the plots swirling around in my  brain. Diverse characters waiting to get their stories told. It’s a little bit like being the Little the little old woman who lived in the shoeOld Woman in the Shoe, but with attention deficit disorder. “Pick me! Pick me!”

And they are all great stories. From the knight who finds out he’s still needed, to the insecure witch who discovers her skills are just as important as her sister’s. All of these stories have their own magic. But which one gets put down on paper now? And will some of them never get written?

I hear a lot about writers block. All the NYT bestselling authors say, no such thing, you just need to be disciplined. But for me the problem isn’t writer’s block, it’s too much to write. Sure I have those days where I’m struggling with a scene, but I have so many things to work on I just jump to a different scene, or even a different project. There is no reason not to be writing. If I can squeeze it into my life.

Ah, there’s the rub Horatio.

I have my current stories with Passion in Print. Little Red Riding Wolf does have a sequel and maybe a third book in the trilogy. I have the sequel, Snow and the Seventh Wolf almost done, but it needs just a little bit more. And my life is crazy! And I have the third one partially outlined, so just a little bit more effort and a full outline later and it will be in the queue fighting for a place on my screen.

I’m deep into deep editing Blood Were. It still needs a new title, but it’s coming together. I’m hoping all of these edits will be finished by the end of July. And then I can get down to the prequel for that one. It’s just in the outlining process. Meanwhile I have an entirely new series pushing to get out about kights and honor. When I’m out walking or half asleep almost dreaming these new characters are in my head. They want their story told, but there is no more room on the schedule!

When do I fit them in? In between the prequel and the NANORIMO YA series I want to write? That one has been waiting a year. Oh and I have another YA that wants to be written too. Let’s count them up. That’s two novellas written for this year. One novel edited, actually I have another that I want to revisit so let’s make that two novels edited. The knight book, the YA series and the YA stand alone.

There is no way all of this will get done.

So a writer has to choose. We have to pick and choose what is the biggest priority, or what fits our schedule. Right now Snow and the Seventh Wolf is very high on my list. As is Blood Were. And, if they are my priorities, then I should also make their next books priories. So we’ll move Blood Were‘s prequel up in the line-up. It came next anyway. But what about after that? Will I have more stories pushing for a spot?

As soon as I have one outlined another is vying to take it’s place. And sending them off without supper does not work, I’ve tried!

I used to wonder if a writer would run out of stories, but now I realize the opposite problem is true. Too many stories, all vying for attention. Are you a writer with too many children vying for your attention? Or do you obsess about one book leaving no room for the next until the first is complete? As a reader, I’m sure you all hope your favorite authors are prolific, but does having ideas mean they’ll end up on paper?

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Help Jessica Aspen Read by Proxy

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usually Paranormal Book rEview Thursday (but not today!)

If you’ve been reading this blog, or better yet, following me on Twitter, you’ll know that the last few months my life has gotten crazy. With my personal life trying to take over my professional life and that little thing we like to call the ‘job’ happening, as well as running CRW’s Award of Excellence contest, my free  time has shrunk to nothing.

So once again I face what I thought would be an easy task. The idea that I would read one new paranormal book a month seemed easy when I thought of it last Fall. I love to read and I need to be reading in my genre, plus I love my genre. And there are so many authors,  great ones, bad ones, even in-between ones that I haven’t read that I should have no problem finding a book to read. And I have to say, finding books to read is never the problem.

But finding the time to read them is. It’s a huge problem. Some people read at night, but I have this pesky man called a husband, who is not a reader. He seems to think that when my head is in a book I’m not paying attention to him. Who? What? Oh yeah… he’s right.

And he’s not the only reason I don’t read at night. I have so much to catch up on that all my hours are spoken for.

So today I find myself, once again, without a book to review. So instead of telling you about a book that I’ve read and recommend, I’m going to share with you some books I would love to find the time to read!

demon from the dark by kresley coleI’ve heard that Kresley Cole is an amazing author.Toppling at the top of my TBR pile is Demon From the Dark, and it’s been there for almost a year. I love the sexy man with the tatoo on the cover, I love the tiny blurb on the front:

He comes from the dark to demand her surrender…

I especially love the dot-dot-dot at the end, we all know what that implies!

lothaire by kresley coleBut it’s languishing until I find the time, so someone please read it for me! And if you’ve already read it, and the rest of the Immortals After Dark series, you could stop by the bookstore and purchase her latest release, Lothaire. It promises more hot dark paranormal romance. And, correct me if I’m wrong, but this cover model bears a striking resemblance to Sting. MMM.

Another author I’ve been dying to try is Larissa Ione. I have two of her books in my TBR pile, Ecstasy Unveiled. (Gotta love that title) and Desire Unchained. With dark sexy titles like that and dark sexy covers to match there is no doubt that my poor husband would get none of my attention. (Well, maybe after I was finished!)

lethal rider by larissa ioneLarissa is another author that everyone says I should read. And I agree! Find me the time and I am so there, turning page after page. Anyone willing to volunteer to take over my bathroom cleaning so I can get to reading?

Larissa even has a new release coming out in May, Lethal Rider. Hot, hot, hot! You can just tell by the bulging biceps and the windblown hair. I’m so jealous of everyone who is managing to squeeze some paranormal reading into their lives.

It’s not that I’m not reading, it’s just that I have required reading. Much of it is very good, but I’m not reading paranormal right now. But I will be someday!

For now please  know, I’m reading by proxy this month. Let me know if you’ve read any of these authors. Share with me your insights and if it’s worth throwing my husband over so I can peruse the paranormal once more. In the meantime, I have hopes that over the summer I’ll get to make the pile shorter, instead of taller.

And if you’d like to win a copy of Little Red Riding Wolf, hop on over and check out my blog on fairy tales at Paranormal Freebies. The contest closes at midnight tonight!

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Find Answers to the Question Everyone Asked

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Just a little reminder: if you’ve won a prize, please contact me through my contact box and send me your address, so I can ship your prize. You can check the list HERE.

Little Red Riding Wolf by Jessica Aspen

With the advent of Little Red Riding Wolf I’ve been zipping around the blogs, and there have been some inventive and challenging questions. But there have also been some questions that every blogger asks in their interview.

What made you write this story? or Where did you get your inspiration? or Why twist a fairy tale? or Where do you get your ideas?

It seems we are fascinated by the idea of creation, especially story creation.

I, of course, started with the seed of a story from a traditional fairy tale. Actually most of my finished works are twisted fairy tales. Why? Well not only is it easier to start with a framework, I think it’s fun. Fun to take a classic story, strip it to it’s bones and re-flesh it with your own ideas.

I’m doing that now with the sequel to Little Red Riding Wolf. I’m taking Seth, a character from Little Red, who has really taken on the role of the Big Bad Wolf and morphing him into the prince. Taking a villain and changing him into a hero is a challenge, but changing him into a character that doesn’t even really have much of a role in the story is even tougher. There are very few bones for Seth.

But while I don’t have much structure to play with (Do you even remember the Prince in Snow White? He comes in and saves her with a kiss.) that means I have a ton of flexibility. I can make up as I go. And that gives melot’s of play, extra rope to hang him , or to rescue him.

Since I’m really adding an entire character arc to the story I need to make sure that my other twisted character arcs have a strong relation to the original. When you twist too far people can’t recognize the old story, and funnily enough, that can be upsetting. I have another story that I entered in a contest, and it is obviously a twisted fairy tale, but when I introduced less elements from the story one person got upset. They felt that if I was going to twist a tale, I should stick to it. Needless to say that’s not the point of twisting fairy tales, but what is the point?

As I play with Snow White and write Snow and the Seventh Wolf I find that staying within a familiar story line gives us the structure, taking it out of the familiar gives us the interest. It’s that balance that keeps us hooked.

Leaving you today with the trailer from Mirror Mirror, another twist on Snow White. Looks to be very fun!

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WINNERS ANNOUNCED TODAY FOR LITTLE RED RIDING WOLF GIVEAWAY!

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Little Red Riding Wolf by Jessica Aspen

Little Red Riding Wolf

WOOT! Today’s the day I announce the winners of the Little Red Riding Wolf Contest! 

And the winners are:

4 e-copies of Little Red Riding Wolf

  1. Entry #48Sabine H.
  2. Entry #13ASHLEY
  3. Entry #43Phoenix C.
  4. Entry #46PaParanormalFan (.

2 Little Red Riding Wolf t-shirts

  1. Entry #10Jennifer M.
  2. Entry #53Renee B.
3 Little Red Riding Wolf tote bags
  1. Entry #21Sherry I.
  2. Entry #58Sue O.
  3. Entry #36Renee A. 

4 $10 Rocky Mountain Chocolate Gift Certificates

  1. Entry #52Lynn R.
  2. Entry #1Brinda B.
  3. Entry #37Renee A.
  4. Entry #38Claire L.

10 Little Red Riding Wolf sticky notes

  1. Entry #34Lynn R.
  2. Entry #38Claire L.
  3. Entry #47Sabine H.
  4. Entry #20Sherry I.
  5. Entry #14ASHLEY
  6. Entry #51Lynn R.
  7. Entry #9Jennifer M.
  8. Entry #56Sue O.
  9. Entry #40Claire L.
  10. Entry #24Elizabeth K.
Congratulations and thanks for entering!
Please send me your email addy using the contact box below, and if you are receiving an e-copy of LRRW I will need you to specify what type of format you would like. If you are receiving a physical prize I’ll need your shipping address as well as the correct name to ship to.

Winners were chosen using the Rafflecopter plug in and you can see it HERE on Paranormal Freebies. Prizes unclaimed by March 30th 2012 will be forfeit so please contact me ASAP to receive your prize!

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Killer Blog Tour Update

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My book is out  and I’m still excited! February 18th Little Red Riding Wolf went on sale, I had a fabulous Twitter party (thanks Brinda!) and I had a fabulous live party with actual (not virtual) cake and champagne.

Now comes the hard part.

What do you do once the book is out? I’ve been blogging like crazy on other people’s sites, and I’m running a contest (see details HERE) but soon it will all trickle down to just me, myself and I. Then what?

Well, it’s actually very easy. After the killer blog tour and the exciting book release, after the contest winds down and my engagements slow down. I get to do it all over again!

Wow! Do you think there will be more cake?Stock Photos - Cake

And how does this happen?

Because I’m still writing.

I’ve been writing all along and I am over halfway finished with Snow and the Seventh Wolf, the sequel to Little Red Riding Wolf. Not only that, but I have several long novels that at some point I will pronounce ‘ready’ and they too will be released to the world. Then I’ll be back on the roundabout headed to another blog tour and another contest.

Meanwhile I’m still focused on Little Red and the Killer blog tour.

How is your roundabout? Do you write while waiting for the submission results? Do you submit more than one project at a time? How do you keep everything going so that you don’t get a chance to breathe? Is that what you want?

Today you can find my blog, Twisting in the Wind or How to Twist a Fairy Tale on The Dames of Dialogue HERE.

And tomorrow find me at Erin Riordan’s Pagan Spirits blog HERE.

Leave a comment there, then skip on over to the Paranormal Freebies site HERE to register it with the Rafflecopter widget and get one more entry into my Little Red Riding Wolf Contest, ending soon.

And of course you can always comment here, then skip over to the Paranormal Freebies site!

Come into the woods with Little Red Riding Wolf*, a spicy paranormal romance novella available from Passion in Print Press. What if Little Red Riding Hood was a werewolf, and a sexy forest ranger wandered into her woods?

Little Red Riding Wolf by Jessica Aspen

Buy Little Red Riding Wolf Here

Fraternizing with humans is taboo, but when feisty werewolf Red runs into hunky new forest ranger Evan Brewster, she jumps on the opportunity to let loose her desires. Evan is stoked when he meets the petite red haired hottie, and combined with his new discovery of wolves in Colorado, thinks his career and life are made. Then Red pushes him away, her hostile brother threatens his life, and things begin to spiral out of control. Caught between her sexy lover and her pack can Red trust Evan with her secrets, or must she sacrifice her human lover and her heart?

*Honaroble Mention in Passionate Ink’s 2011 Stroke of Midnight contest

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by | February 27, 2012 · 6:00 am

Discover Three Rockin’ Videos From my Paranormal Pals

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Book trailers, Baby!

That’s what’s happening!

All my paranormal author friends are creating hot new trailers for their releases, and now debut author JL Bowen has a book trailer for Healer, her YA due to release next week, so here it is!

Healer is due to be released February 28th from Featherweight Press, the YA branch of my publisher and I can’t wait to read JL’s dark paranormal story. She’s going to be blogging again on ParanormalFreebies on February 28th, the day of her release, so make sure to check it out!

Melissa Mayhue’s trailer for her first book in her new series is also by Lex Valentine of Winterheart Design , the same artist as JL’s trailer. Here is the fabulous trailer for Warrior’s Redemption:

 

If you haven’t read Melissa’s Daughters of the Glen series, she’s a fabulous paranormal author who shares my love of the Fae, but Warrior’s Redemption is the first book in a brand new series. You can check out ML Guida’s review HERE on Paranormal Freebies and Melissa’s interview HERE.

The unique YA paranormal The Waiting Booth, by Brinda Berry has a rockingly fast paced trailer:

We’re waiting breathlessly for the next book in Brinda’s Whispering Woods series, the sequal to The Waiting Booth. If you want to find out more click HERE to explore how Brinda wove the fascinating and rare condition of synesthesia into her paranormal.

Leave a comment, and don’t forget to go to Paranormal Freebies and enter my contest HERE at the Rafflecopter widget. We’re drawing close to the end of the month and we’ll be drawing for free copies of Little Red Riding Wolf as well as t-shirts, chocolates and more! Next week I’ll be at The Dames of Dialogue on Monday the 27th blogging on Twisting in the Wind or how you twist a fairy tale. And I’ll be at Erin O’Riordan’s blog on the 28th. Both of those are eligible for comments and contest entries too!

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by | February 23, 2012 · 6:47 am

RELEASE DAY FOR LITTLE RED RIDING WOLF! WOOT!

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Little Red Riding Wolf by Jessica Aspen

Little Red Riding Wolf Cover picture

It’s here! Today is the Release day for Little Red Riding Wolf!

I checked and it’s there! On the Passion in Print Press website click HERE to buy! (or just go look and do the happy dance with me, I’ll be clicking my heels all day.) And they posted a long excerpt. WOOT!

(The ISBN is 978-1-60820-615-5 in case you are looking elsewhere, but I don’t think it will be available anywhere else for at least a week.)

Okay, on to regular Blog Business. (Time out for another turn around the room, clicking my heels in another ecstatic happy dance!)

There is still time to enter to win a copy and you can find all the ways to enter, as well as enter, at the Paranormal Freebies site HERE. But that’s not the only way to win a free copy!

The fabulous Brinda Berry, author of The Waiting Booth, is hosting a Twitter Party for me on Twitter at 5pm Mountain time today, February 18th, 2012.

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Party Details:

WHEN:  Feb. 18, 7-7:30 pm ET (6-6:30 pm CT; 5-5:30 pm MT; 3-3:30 pm PT)

WHERE: online at Twitter

WHO: Author @JessicaAspen

Hostess @Brinda_Berry

WHAT: Twitter party –  Little Red Riding Wolf Release Party

HOW TO JOIN:  Follow the hashtag #ridingwolf

Click HERE to read Brinda’s post on all the ins and outs of how a Twitter Party works. We’ll be doing the Happy Dance Conga line over the internet, so come prepared for fun! And prizes!

Thanks to all my wonderful writing friends for all their support! My family and non-writing friends too. And you can look forward to the sequel  all about Seth sometime this year. (Working title Snow and the Seventh Wolf). I’m still working on it, but it will be finished and sent off to the wonderful editors at Passion in Print Press by the end of March. See Sherry, I can write a specific goal. (Click HERE for the last in Sherry’s goal setting series on Gloria’s Hammock.)

Don’t forget to leave a comment and if you want to enter the contest you need to click HERE and update the Rafflecopter widget, or your entry isn’t registered! Did you go look at the PIP site? Isn’t it exciting? Tell me what you think and what kind of happy dance you are up to in your living room!

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Little Red Riding Wolf Teaser

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It’s almost here!

The release day for Little Red Riding Wolf is on Saturday, February 18th for the PDF version. Other versions (kindle) will be available the following week.

So, just for fun, I’m including a brief excerpt from chapter one, when Red (our heroine and a werewolf) meets Evan (the forbidden human hero). Red is frustrated with her family’s refusal to see her as an adult and is ready to rebel.

Little Red Riding Wolf

Little Red Riding Wolf by Jessica Aspen

Little Red Riding Wolf

The ranger looked to be just under six foot, but that was tall compared to her petite five-foot two. Long and lean, he had the look of someone who spent a lot of time outdoors, hiking or maybe skiing.

He stepped forward and swept back his shaggybrown hair, revealed warm brown eyes. His face held that look. That look that a man gave a woman, open, appreciative, but a touch guarded.

She returned it with a bold appraising one of her own. He was just what she needed to distract her from her family issues.

He was hot, male, and a stranger.

And a little later we have Evan’s view of the encounter:

Without warning she’d lifted her head, seemed to sniff
the air. Her head swiveled and she looked at him. Found him
hidden, where he stood stunned in the shadows at the side of the
trail. Her eyebrows rose, dark pupils contracted in astonishing
golden eyes.
Excitement pumped danger through his veins.
His instincts took over. Held him completely still. Afraid of
startling her, like a wild creature. He held his arms down at his
sides and looked straight at her, non-threatening, barely able to
breathe.
Then her eyes warmed, and she’d smiled.
He’d let out his breath, and smiled back.
Even now, as tired as he was after chasing her up half-a-mountain,
he got hard as he remembered her looking at him.
Remembered the touch of her hand, soft and hesitant and as
lethal as lightning.

Hope you enjoyed it and are ready for the rest of the book! I had a tough time choosing an excerpt. (I suppose I should just give in and post hot excerpts and have a warning every time you enter the blog.) Leave your opinion in the comment box (but only if it’s a nice one!).

And don’t forget, every time you leave a comment here or on my killer blog tour be sure to register it on the Rafflecopter widget HERE on Paranormal Freebies News page. Your entries don’t count unless you enter them into the Rafflecopter widget!

Also Saturday is the big release day and Brinda Berry is throwing a Twitter party for me in celebration of  Little Red Riding Wolf’s big day! Find out the details HERE in her amazing blog detailing what and how to have a Twitter party. Don’t forget 5pm MST hashtag #ridingwolf.

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It’s Not New Years Any More, Dorothy

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What happens when you set a huge mountain of goals, and then life interrupts?

First, you panic.

Then you look at the goals and wonder: What was I thinking?

Then you get back to work and try to get back on track.

This is my epiphany now that it is the middle of February. In January I happily set a huge amount of goals. (Click HERE to see the mountain) I knew that I wouldn’t get every single one crossed off the list. I even said that. But I wanted to dream big.

So I wrote them all down. And then life kept interrupting.

Okay, it’s not the end of the year, but it is the middle of the second month and I am not where I expected to be. To start with, I had planned to have all of my edits, including the galley’s, done for Little Red Riding Wolf in January. I was going to edit an old ms while I waited for them to show up and work on my plotting for my new novella.

And I did get my edits, and I did get them done. And I do have my novella plotted. But what I didn’t plan for was the family emergency that sucked a week out of January. Poof, gone.

Oh, and the other thing I didn’t plan for was the CRW Award of Excellence contest (that I am running) to come to a head the same week as the family emergency. Nor did I plan for that week to be the week my second round of edits came in.

Life sucks happens.

But what do you do when you are a tight goal setter? What do you do when it snows and the kids and husband don’t leave the house. Or you get the killer head cold and can barely even stand to look at the computer for a week? Or those same kids get sick and not only are they home, in need of Mom’s homemade straight-from-the-chicken soup, but they also then need to be driven to school when they are finally almost feeling better?

All these things made my January crazy.

Actually the killer head cold was last week. I did get some writing done, but not enough. And this week I also had another family crisis. Not an emergency, but still….

I’m at the point where I need to be firm and say, I’m not answering the phone between the hours of nine and three. If I was at work, they would have to wait. Why is it so hard when I’m at home?

I’m the sandwich generation. I have parents who need a little more help and my kids still need me. I’m trying to work at my writing career, and (in the spring/summer/part of the fall) I hold a job. I’m trying to keep up with my Dr. Oz recommended healthy lifestyle (the 85 pound Labrador helps get me out the door) and oh, yeah. My husband.

Let’s not forget about him. He seems to think that being married requires that we spend time together. Where has he been the last ten years? Modern couples just text  I LUV U, and roll over exhausted.

And yet, no one but me set those goals. I knew things might come up. What was I thinking?

I’ll tell you what I was thinking. IN fact you can go back and read the original post if you want to, but I was being optimistic. Is that a bad thing?

No. I don’t think so. But now when I know I’m falling behind, now is the time to reexamine those goals. To figure out if I can buckle down and make my word count double this week and catch up for last weeks head-cold. To realize that I’ve not just been busy with other people’s crisis, but I could have worked harder when I had the time.

Yeah, I admit it. I’ve slacked off too much. So now is the time to get back on the track. Now is the time to not answer the phone for a few hours, check messages at lunch, and then get back to work. Now is the time to treat my time at my computer as sacred.

Because if I don’t, I’m not even going to get halfway up the mountain. And I expect to do at least that.

Have you stopped by Gloria Richard’s blog an seen Sherry Isaac’s Step Away From the January, It Might Be Loaded posts? Unlike me Sherry has a reasonable approach to goal setting. Where are you on your goals? Did you set any and have you reviewed them?

My Little Red Riding Wolf Contest is still open. Leave a comment today and click HERE to enter.

This week I’ll be on Sutton Fox‘s blog on Friday and don’t forget to RSVP for the Twitter Party that amazing Brinda Berry is throwing for me on February 18th at 5pm Mountain time.

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V-day is Coming, Do You Know What to Buy Your Supernatural Sweetie?

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It’s time to stir things up and what better way to do that than with a mash-up. Paranormal style.

Valentine’s Day weekend is going paranormal on Bitten by Paranormal Romance. Drop by and they promise “We’re putting a different spin on “The Day” this year by taking a look at love in music and film.  It may not be your typical lovey-dovey, gooey, mushy…..hmmm, I’m not quite sure what to expect.  Stop on by, you’ll be glad you did!” That has my curiosity whetted and I’ll be dropping by to see what paranormal twist they can put on such a sticky sweet day.

Valentine’s day approaches and I’m sure there are some of you wondering what to get  for your supernatural man. Yes, that’s what I said, gifts for someone who already has special gifts himself.

For some creative ideas on what to buy for your vampire lover, your steady werewolf, even if you’re dating a zombie or a dragon look no further than the amazing authors at Harlequin. Gena Showalter and Jill Monroe have a new book out, Dating the Undead, and it’s chock full of useful tips. Get a taste HERE .

Looking for some cheap and easy V-day reads? Check out the Valentine’s Day Promotion from Sourcebooks HERE on Paranormal Romance Novel. Choose carefully because not all the titles are paranormal. Here are some that are:

Title: 50 Ways to Hex Your Lover by Linda Wisdom
Promotional Price: FREE (1/31/2012 – 2/15/2012)
Category: Paranormal Romance
Jazz can’t decide whether to scorch him with a fireball or jump into bed with him.
Jasmine Tremaine, a witch who can’t stay out of trouble.
Title: The Fire Lord’s Lover by Kathryne Kennedy
Promotional Price: $1.99 (1/31/2012 – 2/15/2012)
Category: Fantasy Romance
If his powers are discovered, his father will destroy him…
In a magical land ruled by ruthless Elven lords, the Fire Lord’s son Dominic Raikes plays a deadly game to conceal his growing might from his malevolent father—until his arranged bride awakens in him passions he thought he had buried forever…
Drop by Squidoo for a list of Gothic Valentines to purchase for your big day. From exotic cards to stamps this site has all the big-eyed vampy girls a man could desire. Okay, maybe not, unless you too look like a svelte Betty Boop with fangs. But you should drop by and check it out anyway!
And finally, even if you don’t have time to fly to Sydney for a good Valentine’s day scare, you can read all about it when you drop on by this post about the Valentine’s Day Ghost tours, HERE. haven’t you always wanted to spend Valentine’s Day getting spooked?What better way to celebrate a day of love and remembrance than touring a haunted mansion or graveyard?
And I’ve saved the best for last. You can create a card with an IOU and a picture of my cover for Little Red Riding Wolf. Give it to your sweetie or let him give it to you, but it’s out just four little days after the big V-day. A little delayed gratification can add spice to any romance holiday!
Are you having a paranormal Valentine’s day? Going to a castle for the evening or perhaps a scary movie? What are your plans to celebrate romance’s biggest holiday of the year?
Don’t forget to leave a comment and register it at the Paranormal Freebies site HERE on the Rafflecopter widget. The contest is till open through the end of February and there are lots of great prizes, including that Valentines day favorite, quality chocolate!

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