Celebrate Black Friday with Dark Vampires!

Celebrate Black Friday with Dark Vampires!

It’s Black Friday! Do you know what that means? If you said spooky, scary vampire books of the gritty, horror-filled variety (including Fright Court, Book 1 of my Washington Vampires Series, then you are 100% correct! Vampires of the World is on sale, with stories by Barbara G. Tarn, Robert Jeschonek, Kari Kilgore, Joleene Naylor, and Rebecca M. Senese — but only until Monday! So buy your copy today — wherever ebooks are sold!...

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Vampires of the World

Vampires of the World

Long before vampires became the suave alpha heroes many of us know and love, they were considered to be blood-sucking demons of the night. Vampires were terrifying creatures who haunted dreams, preyed on vulnerable women, and destroyed heroic men. Wanna read about those vampires? BundleRabbit is offering eight dark vampire stories (including my Fright Court, which skates just on the edge of dark…) You can download your copy from a variety...

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Cupcake Tarot

Cupcake Tarot

Cupcake Tarot. But first… Magic Times Two, my two-book duo special with Deborah Blake, goes on sale on August 18.  What’s it all about? You can get *two* full-length light paranormal novels for the price of *one*! (The low, low price of one — Magic Times Two only costs $2.99!) If you haven’t read Fright Court, this is a great way to get your hands on the book. And if you have read Fright Court,  this is your chance to...

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Two Times the Fun!

Two Times the Fun!

I’ve been sitting on this news for way too long!  But today, I finally get to share a new project:  Magic Times Two! Yep!  That’s two books in one! More to the point, Magic Times Two is two full-length novels for the price of one! Want more information? * * * Magic Times Two: Two Books for the Price of One! A Unique Duo of Humorous paranormal romances by USA Today bestselling author Mindy Klasky and award-winning author Deborah...

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Psst! Wanna Hold a Book in Your Hands?

These days, it’s easy to think about books as a collection of pixels, read-able on just about every computer and e-reader on the market.  But I still read more than half my books in print.  And a lot of my readers ask for my books in print.  (Many have been out of print for a few years, and some have never been available in paper.) And I’m an obliging author, if nothing else.  So, I’m pleased to announce that the entire Jane...

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