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Saturday, October 1, 2011

Halloween/Paranormal Romance/Guys - Oh, My!

Halloween and paranormal romances...what a great combination! Years ago, who would have thought that paranormal romances would be considered an acceptable genre in the romance industry? Isn't it great that saner thinking has prevailed and now all sorts of different genres of romantic fiction are widely available and embraced by readers?

My own two paranormal romance books were fun to write. I enjoyed the extra freedom to venture into the unknown realm of "paranormal" settings/characters/abilities. 

Second Sight Dating, a paranormal about a psychic who runs a dating service using her "sight" to match couples, was fun to write as I created Serena's ability to "see" what couples would be perfect matches.

Street of Dreams, a time travel romantic suspense book, was my favorite book to write. What fun I had taking my hero and heroine back to 1965 and have them explore the era of the Beatles, discos, etc.

You can visit my website for more information about both books:

Here are some links to Halloween fun stuff you might enjoy...check them out! If easily offended by bare "buns", you might want to skip some of these...and the photo below!


Celebrity pics in Halloween video.

Halloween dancing guys (buns).

What costume should you wear?

Make your own Halloween greeting!


Paris said...

Dancing buns at 4 a.m. is a real eye-opener and put a smile on my face for the day:) Thanks!

I probably buy more paranormal romances than any other genre these days. Yours sound fabulous:)

Tina Donahue said...

Your books sound so interesting, Marianne - I can't wait to read! :)

Marianne Stephens said...

Thanks, Paris and Tina...gotta love those dancing buns! And, I enjoyed writing both paranormal romances!

Adele Dubois said...

OMG, I love your Halloween hunk pic!

I agree that paranormal romance is a terrific subgenre. I love to both read and write paranormals.

Best of luck with your releases!


Katalina Leon said...

That's the happiest Butt-crack o'Lantern I've ever seen! Thank you Marianne.

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