Days of New

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Set in the same world as Meg Collett’s bestselling End of Days series comes

the darkly comedic stand-alone serial spin-off, Days of New.

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*Speaking of the Devil*

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Devil in the Details (Book 4 in the Days of New series)


Set in the same world as Meg Collett’s bestselling End of Days series comes the darkly comedic paranormal serial spin-off series, Days of New.

“Clark was human, Nephil, Descendant. He was good and bad. He was the dirty magic of evil angels. He was still the pink-haired kid who had fallen into a cave and found a broken angel. He was a reaper and a savior. A lost boy who just wanted his friends to stop dying.”

Zarachiel is a broken holy angel who just wants to save people. The pain from his torn out wings reminds him everyday just how far the holy angels have fallen from grace. Like it is his burden to bear, he sets out to right their wrongs every day.

Clark wants to save the person he loves most in the world, but she doesn’t want his help or his love. Unlike Zarachiel, who saves everyone he can, Clark can’t seem to save even one person.

Peace can be as deadly as war, and someone won’t survive.



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Meg Collett lives deep in the hills of Tennessee where the cell phone service is a blessing and the Internet is a myth of epic proportions. She is the mother of one giant horse named Elle and three dogs named Wylla, Mandy, and Drax the Destroyer. Her husband is a saint for putting up with her ragtag life. Her paranormal romance series, End of Days, is currently available in its entirety. Fakers, a contemporary romance, is also available.

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*Days of New Reading Order*

Speaking of the Devil
Full of the Devil
Better the Devil You Know
Devil in the Details
Give the Devil His Due


DEVIL IN THE DETAILS by Meg Collette is a unique Paranormal  Fantasy Romance.
“Set in the same world as Meg Collett’s bestselling End of Days series comes the darkly comedic paranormal serial spin-off series, Days of New.”

This was my first time reading this series, while you need to read the others in the series, it was not hard to catch up or follow.

I would strongly recommend reading the others in this series, first and in order. “Speaking of the Devil”, “Full of the Devil”, and “Better the Devil You Know”.

A unique, fast paced, quick read. The characters are interesting, but complex. The storyline is unique, the author does an excellent job of world building. Angels, both holy, and evil  are a part of this tale. As well as evil vs good.

Meet, Zarachiel, a broken holy angel, Cameille, Clark, and Michaela.

A Lost Boys tale with a few twists and turns. While, comedic at times it is a dark Paranormal as well. You will need tissues at times.

Well written, with vivid details. Fans of dark Comedic Paranormal romance will enjoy “Devil in the Details”. As well as, fans of Paranormal Romance, Angels, Demons and Fantasy Romance. An enjoyable read! Please be aware this is a new serial series.

*Days of New Reading Order*

Speaking of the Devil
Full of the Devil
Better the Devil You Know
Devil in the Details
Give the Devil His Due

Rating: 4

Heat rating: Mild

Reviewed by: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More






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Dragon Mine

ABOUT THE AUTHOR(From the publisher’s website)

Things that go bump in the night have always fascinated Jaime Rush. Sometimes those things are human; other times, not so much. Now she has twisted them all together in the Hidden, a trilogy about humans with the essence of gods who walk the knife’s edge between the glamour of Miami and a place filled with dark magick and dangerous beauty.

Jaime is the author of the Offspring series and also writes under the name Tina Wainscott. She is the bestselling author of eighteen romance novels. She lives in Southwest Florida with her husband, daughter, and cat.

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MBA&M: Good morning, Jaime, please give our readers some insight on Jaime Rush?


JAIME: Good morning! Thanks much for having me. Jaime Rush is a pseudonym for my real name, Tina Wainscott. As Tina, I’ve published 18 romantic suspense novels. As Jamie, I created the Offspring series, which was more paranormal than my Tina books. And now I’m really jumping into the paranormal with dragons angels and magic!


I’ve always been fascinated by the mysterious, the unexplained, and the downright spooky. With my Hidden series, I’m delving into a world that explains some of the weird stuff that happens to all of us. Like when your socks go missing from the dryer, when half of your watermelon martini is gone and you don’t remember drinking it, or when the hairs on the back of your neck rise for no discernible reason.


MBA&M: Why do you write Paranormal Romance?

JAIME: [Actually, I basically answered that in the previous answer J]

MBA&M: Who influenced you the most in writing this genre?


JAIME: I enjoyed Shana Abe’s Drakon series and I love all of the action in Illona Andrews’s books. I wouldn’t use the word influenced per se, but certainly inspired. When I started reading both their books, I had no intention of writing about shapeshifters. Then I met Cyn, the hero of DRAGON AWAKENED, and everything changed…

Dragon MineMBA&M: What was the driving force behind writing “Dragon Mine”?


JAIME: I like the idea of introducing the series with a novella (or two!) so new readers can sample my writing and the series in a short, inexpensive way. I wanted the first two novellas to be connected, so I made the hero in DRAGON MINE and the heroine in DRAGON RISING twins. And while the initiating factor is their father’s disappearance, each story has its own romance and his/her own plot to solve.


I started writing short stories way back when and then graduated to novels. So the idea of writing a novella, which is sort of in between, was interesting and challenging. I’ve now written five of them and have to say I really enjoy the shorter format. On the downside, you can’t take as much time to really delve into the characters and all their juicy pathos. Still, I find I can pack a lot of plot and character and romance into a short story.

MBA&M: Why a novella,and is a novella harder to write or easier in your opinion?

JAIME: [Again, I guess I answered this question in the previous one.]

MBA&M: “Dragon Mine” is the beginning of a new series,”The Hidden”,correct? What will be the first story up,and how many will be in the series,attentively. Inquiring minds what to know,or me anyway?


JAIME: The first stories of the Hidden are the two novellas. The second one, DRAGON RISING, comes out October 1. Then I’m thrilled that the first three full books, out in both digital and paperback, debut back-to-back starting December 17. Those three books are loosely connected by an overarching plot but are standalone. Which as I read this makes it sound so simple. In reality it made me crazy trying to coordinate all the time lines, villains, and plots.  As far as future books, that will depend on the readers. LOL

Dragon MineMBA&M: “Dragon Mine” is a Paranormal Romantic Suspense,correct? How hard is it to write a romantic suspense with paranormal/fantasy elements? And where do you find research on this matter?


JAIME: Yes, I love and need suspense in my romance. Balancing suspense and the romance can be tricky enough. Throw in the paranormal elements, and it’s a bit like juggling. I can’t say it’s easy, but it is challenging (in a good way). I think the hardest thing about writing paranormal is that you have so many elements to choose from that it can be daunting. Keeping track of, for instance, the different types of Dragons and their powers and their limitations. And demons, oy vey! What can they do, how many types, which ones to use in any particular scene… You get the idea!


MBA&M: Which Paranormal author would you say influenced your writing career, and which author influenced your writing style the most?


JAIME: This sounds a lot like the earlier questions so I think I have covered this too. J

MBA&M: Jaime, what a pleasure to have you with us and our readers today, please tell us where to connect with you and where we may find “Dragon Mine”?

JAIME: It was great to be here! I love connecting with readers and booksellers. The easy place to find out more about my books is my website. For interacting, come by my Facebook page or follow me on Twitter. Thanks!

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 Again, thank you Jaime for visiting with us and our readers today. What a fascinating interview.




  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
  • Price: $1.99 US/$1.99 CAN
  • Pages: 120
  • ISBN-13: 9781455527991
  • On Sale Date: 06/04/2013

Dragon Mine

Kirin is summoned home when his father goes missing–the man who ruined his life, and his relationship with Elle, by being a suspect in her mother’s disappearance. When he runs into Elle, sparks fly, especially when he discovers her father is missing, too. Suspecting that their disappearances are linked, they must combine his Dragon power and her magick to find the truth in the darkest shadows. But as their desires flare again, can their burning passion overcome their past—or the danger that the future holds?


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So without further ado,welcome, Paula!!

Why I Write Demon Westerns (The Allure of the Dystopian Genre)

By Paula Altenburg

I’m often asked why I chose to write a dystopian demon western series like The Demon Outlaws, and the answer is somewhat complex.

So here goes.

The Demon’s Daughter, the first book in the series, is a difficult one to categorize. I had two characters in mind when I started it, and everything else grew from there. The story definitely developed around Hunter and Airie, who are both characters I love a lot.

I believe every writer has a talent for specific storytelling elements. The lucky ones are good at a number of them, but most have an area that really shines for them, or that they happen to love crafting. For me, it’s characterization.

(Stay with me. There’s a point somewhere, I promise.)

In my personal reading I don’t have a category preference, although there are a few I wouldn’t read twice. The quality of the writing is usually the deciding factor for me. If I had to categorize myself as a reader, however, I’d be inclined to say fantasy, but my definition of fantasy tends to be broad because my imagination is fairly active.

It doesn’t take much for me to get a story idea based on a “What if” scenario.  A friend once told me she thought the inside of my head must be an interesting place.

(We’re getting to it.)

I’ve heard people say, and I tend to agree, that there’s a fine line between historical fiction and fantasy. There’s a reason you can’t cite an historical romance as a resource in a research paper on customs and mannerisms. There are so many details about historicals that are difficult to prove or verify, and the reader has to rely on the author’s interpretation. This is fiction. I have a degree in Anthropology, and one of the first things I learned is that when you study the past you often have to make comparisons between cultures, or do re-enactments, to figure out what an object might have been used for.  Even then, you’re making an educated guess.

Medieval fantasy is a prime example of this. It allows writers to take what’s known about a period in time that has very little substantive evidence to back it up, and make their best educated guesses as to how that evidence can be incorporated into a story.

(Now I’m bringing it home.)

But dystopia… Oh, how I love it. I do a lot of research, but I never let the facts stand in my way. I can take information from whatever time period I like, move it to the future, set off a disaster or two, and really start to mix things up. Throw in some paranormal elements, and I’m in writer and reader fantasy heaven.

Dystopia proved to be my genre long before I’d ever even heard of it. It contains elements of everything I love. I love history, and I love using my imagination. I love creating characters, and they determine their own story. Their story influences the setting. If the setting is real for the characters, then it’s real for me.

The Demon’s Daughter came about because I wondered what would happen if a bounty hunter was hired by a mortal enemy to bring a mutual enemy to justice. But what if the bounty hunter has a conscience and the mutual enemy is an innocent? What if Immortals invaded the Earth? What if they took over the West?

The Demon’s Daughter was a lot of fun to write.  I really hope readers enjoy this first book in the Demon Outlaws series.

Twitter: @PaulaAltenburg


  • Paperback: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled Select (March 26, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 162061037X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1620610374

Book Description

Publication Date: March 26, 2013 | Series: Demon Outlaws
Hunter is the only man capable of killing the demons that left the
world in ruins. But when he’s hired by a notorious priestess to bring
a thief to justice, the Demon Slayer gets more than he bargains for.Airie was raised in an abandoned temple as a priestess’s daughter,
having no idea of her true origins. In a time when any half-breed
spawn of a demon is despised by mortal and immortal alike, not knowing
the truth is the only thing keeping her safe.Forced to flee her home in the wake of disaster and discovery of who
she is, Airie must place her trust in a man who believes she should
never have been born. And when a demon uprising threatens lives he has
sworn to protect, Hunter has to make a choice: abandon Airie to an
uncertain fate, or overcome his own personal demons and love her for
who she truly is.



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Cynthia Eden is a national best-selling author of paranormal romance and romantic suspense novels.  Her books have received starred reviews from Publishers Weekly, and her novel, DEADLY FEAR, was named a RITA® finalist for best romantic suspense.  Cynthia’s publishers include Kensington Brava, Harlequin Intrigue, Grand Central Publishing, Avon Red, and ImaJinn Books.   Foreign rights to Cynthia’s books have been sold to Greece, Japan, Thailand, Germany, and Brazil.

Some Random Facts About Cynthia…

(For those who are curious or just bored!)

Favorite Fictional Characters:

Dracula, Lois Lane, Buffy, and Wolverine

Favorite Films:

The Princess Bride, Romancing the Stone, Friday the 13thUnderworld Evolution, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Hellboy


Romance Writers of America, International Thriller Writers,  Published Authors Network (PAN), PASIC (Published Authors Special Interest Chapter), Gulf Coast Chapter of the RWA, and Sisters In Crime

Astrological Sign:

Gemini…ah, she of the twin faces…


Chocolate and Romance Novels

Family life:

Cynthia lives with her husband, Nicholas, and her son, Jack.  For more information about Cynthia and her writing, please visit her blog. You can also follow her on Twitter or check out her fan page on Facebook.



Angel Betrayed

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Angel Betrayed

Release Date: June 26, 2012

Publisher: Kensington Brava

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Series: The Fallen Book 2

ISBN: 0758267614 / 9780758267610

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Sammael–call him Sam–was an angel once. An Angel of Death. But the dispassionate, watch-from-above thing just wasn’t working for him when it meant watching evil torture innocent souls day in and day out. It might have cost him his wings, but these days he gets to apply the direct method on the bad guys. Problem is, what’s making his life difficult is a bad girl…

Seline O’Shaw needs protection, and with the hounds of hell on her tail, she’s not going to quibble too hard about where she gets it. Sam’s virtue is questionable, but he’s smoking hot, massively powerful, and owes her a favor. So what if she’s getting a little case of angel lust? There are some damn deadly sins after her hide…



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