May 1st, 2008

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Interview with Jeaniene Frost

Two days ago, One Foot in the Grave, Jeaniene Frost’s sequel to the bestselling Halfway to the Grave was released, and I was thrilled for the opportunity to pick Jeaniene’s brain. Read on to find out why Cat Crawfield can be hard for her to write, why writers should treasure their publishing firsts, and what Jeaniene has coming up next…

 
RACHEL: What kind of urban fantasy/paranormal romance do you read: fangs, fur, or fey, or is there some other aspect of the genre that you relish?

JEANIENE: I read all types of urban fantasy / paranormal romance. I do have a favorite creature (three guesses what it is), but there’s no creature that makes me think, “Oh, not a book about _________.” So, creature-wise, I’m an equal opportunity reader. 

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Auction for Diabetes Research

Brenda Novak's annual auction to support diabetes research starts today. This is a cause near and dear to my heart because many members of my family have been severely affected by diabetes. A collection of all my current novels is available, and there's also one ARC of The Devil You Know (which doesn't come out until July 29) available. The list of other items is long and impressive, and there are many, many items meant just for writers and just for readers. So please check it out, and if you see something you want, place a bid or three. I know I will!