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I kind of went overboard last year with the whole Urban Fantasy book crazy.  I’ve now reached the point where I can’t take one more “emotionally wounded and hot, but kick-ass vampire/fairy/werewolf/zombie killer heroine” in love with a “dominating but inside-hurting immortal hunk”, ugh!  That’s why when I find a series that has all the good parts of the UF genre mixed up with things that break the cliches, I’m rabid to see what happens.  And this just released installment in the Raine Benares series continues to be one of my faves!

This isn’t “Urban” per say, but the stories take place in a fantasy-world urban environment.  I guess you could call it a Fantasy Adventure series with a bit of (not-graphic) Romance thrown in, which is way too long a pitch, but maybe that’s why I like it so much.  Reading this is like living in an old Bard’s Tale game, accompanied by snappy sidekicks. Yeah, that’s why I like it 😀

Bewitched and Betrayed continues the story from where the last left off, and as always, the plot is a like a great D&D romp through a fantasy world, where Goblins aren’t tiny and ugly, but green-tinged and hot, with fangs and biceps, a clever twist on the hot vampire cliche.  The love triangle between Mychael and Raine and Tam reaches a conclusion in this one (no spoilers, but YUM!), and the ending opens the door for the next book to travel to some really cool places we haven’t seen before.  But the best thing about the series continues to be the characters.  I just love the rapport between Raine and…well, everyone.  She’s self-deprecating and always has as sense of humor no matter what mishap she stumbles into, even when it looks like she’s gonna, you know, die and stuff.

There’s great snappy dialogue throughout that makes you want to be a part of this strange, fantasy family, from the “muhahaha” bad guys, to the magic-powered teen characters Raine has to wrangle.  And there are many great fight scenes.  Lots of stabbings.

I actually corresponded with the author after I trashed the cover of her first book (awkward!), but would be remiss without a few candid comments because guys…things aren’t better:  I mean, what is WITH HER OUTFIT?!  I’d let the corset slide, but the pants look like they’re flammable plastic from Hot Topic.  No way do they look sturdy enough for romping through a medieval sewer pipe!  Also, the hair?  Raine, you’re in serious need of a hot oil treatment. There’s gotta be a spell for that, girl!  I WILL say that compared to the last book, she’s slimmed down in the hip area, I guess all the stress from being tied to an evil artifact makes a girl burn more calories, but, that’s as nice as I can get. 😉

If you haven’t read the series, start from the beginning, and if you’ve been a fan all along you won’t be disappointed with this newest installment.  And if you have Urban Fantasy series you’re STILL rabid for this year, please post in the comments for everyone to discover more guilty pleasures 🙂

  • I can’t wait to read this latest installment. I follow Lisa on Twitter and it’s been amazing to see this book go through all the stages. The only thing stopping me from reading it right now is that I have to finish a thing first because I promised I would (and hubby is watching me).

    Thanks for bringing Raine to our attention last year – the series is rip-roaringly fun!

  • Loved the review, Felicia — thank you so much!

    And I still say that you write the best cover trashings I’ve ever read — keep up the fine work/snark. ; )

    As to my fav urban fantasy series:
    1. Jim Butcher’s Harry Dresden series (CHANGES is jaw-dropping amazing)
    2. Rob Thurman’s Cal Leandros novels
    3. Ilona Andrews’ Kate Daniels series


    • TW Andrews

      Totally agreed about all three.

      I’m really wondering what the bit at the end of Changes means for the series.

      • I read that Jim intends to write around 20 Harry Dresden books. So don’t let the ending of Changes throw you. I’ll admit to going “WHAT!?” when I hit the end. Just when Harry and You Know Who (for those who haven’t read it yet) were finally going to get together.


  • I love this series! Can’t wait to get my copy in hand.

    The new cover is fun. You should definitely play Raine in the movie version.

    Please, Lisa, movie? Pretty please?

    • Hey Liana,

      Hon, I would LOVE for someone to offer me a movie or TV deal. (waves) (Hi Joss, I’m over here!) And I think Felicia would be the perfect Raine.


  • I’ve seen ads for this book posted on Ilona Andrews’ blog and I have to say, I’m glad to see a positive review. I have a lot of books I want to read so when getting into a new series I sometimes, unfortunately, do judge a book by its cover, and this one was very err… unappealing to me. It’s good to know that I’m not the only one that sees it but that it’s still worth checking out. 🙂

    I’m dying for the next book in the Kate Daniels series. Only twenty-some-odd days to go. Silver Borne, the latest from Patricia Briggs in the Mercy Thompson series, came out about a month or so ago and it was quite good too.

  • She does look a bit like you…. that’s kind of weird.

    I am not a big fan of the paranormal romance/urban fantasy thing, but you make this one sound good. Bard’s Tale? OK, I’m there.

    • ningauble3020

      Did you play the latest Bard’s Tale? It was extremely fun…I think it was a Playstation game, tho’ I can’t recall. I’d say it was one of the best “linear” storyline RPGs I’ve played.

  • Louis

    I saw your tweet on the fourth book, and so I got all four books downloaded as E-books. Started reading the second one first until Lisa told me the order. Thanks for that. I figured I was wrong but it was fun reading anyway. So far it’s the first 6 chapters of book one is really good. The city reminds me those of Raymond Feist with Jimmy the Hand and the city of Krondor, but Lisa does have her own voice, and the differences add lightness in a twisty way.

  • Leitadala

    Funny I just came home from the bookstore empty handed, and then found your blog post. Thanks for sharing, I’m going to pick this book up!

  • I have been looking for a great book series to read, but I have been afraid of getting into something too silly. This book you’re talking about may just be something I might enjoy reading. Thanks for the tip!

  • Libby13

    I love this series and I think this has been my favourite book so far

    I’m impatiently waiting for the next installment in the Kate Daniels (Ilona Andrews) series Magic Bleeds which I can’t recommend enough to people who haven’t read it

  • Any of Patricia Briggs’ series. My favorite is still her high fantasy Raven duology, but I love the urban fantasy Mercy Thompson and Alpha and Omega series muchly. The only love triangle is in MT, and it’s never that angsty. Also, it gets resolved within a few books, which is a big plus for me.

    You might also try the Fables graphic novels series. Fairy tale characters fleeing an unknown Adversary set up a colony in colonial New York and continue in hiding until the war comes to them in the present day. The series is kind of urban fantasy-esque and SO good.

    • Alexandra D.

      What is so special about Patricia Brigg’s novels is that Mercy Thompson isn’t the commonly-encountered beautiful, infallible, all-powerful temptress. She is a 30-something mechanic and I think it’s great! Even though she is a supernatural being, she isn’t a giant bad-ass; she survives because of her wits. Unfortunately, with this series, we have another case of the cover art not truly encapsulating a character that we love.

      I also really really REALLY believe that you would like Michelle Read’s “Succubus” series in the fiction section (adult fiction, though her teen novels are nice). Her particular type of humor is one that I really resonate with, similar in some aspects to yours that you write in on the guild, but with a supernatural instead of WOW feel. Her humor is very “whedonesque” and I know she is a big fan, she even cracks a few Buffy jokes. Once again, more terrible cover art… but what can you do?

      Patricia Briggs
      Michelle Read
      Charles de Lint
      Carrie Vaughn

      • Jann M.

        It’s Richelle Mead. And her books are wonderful. 🙂

    • Ugh, I forgot to include Mercy in the list I follow (I have all but the latest but have only read the first)…is Alpha/Omega as good?

  • Seth

    I ordered B&B from Amazon and can’t wait for it to arrive. In the meantime I highly recommend the following:

    – Jim Butcher, The Dresden Files series
    – Ilona Andrews, Kate Daniels series

    And one nobody has mentioned yet but which is really good:

    – Mark Del Franco, Connor Grey series

    • ningauble3020

      I read the whole Butcher Dresden Files super fast. He has an ability to make pages turn themselves. I *love* Harry Dresden and that whole crew. I would absolutely truly love to see The FD and some of the Whedon crew take on this story. Sci-Fi failed miserably at catching the spirit of these stories. Thanks for bringing up the Dresden Files.

      • I get my hands on Jim’s Harry Dresden books the moment they hit the shelves. I’m a rabid Harry Dresden fan.


        • ningauble3020

          Lisa: which character is Your Fave? If I had to rank order them: Molly, Harry, and I think there are other characters…a foo dog? I like Thomas the very least. He needs his ass put down. He’s out of control.

          I’m pleased to find a kindred spirit online.

        • I love Harry and Murphy. She’s completely awesome.


  • Not exactly Urban Fantasy…more steampunk, but if you like the first genre, you might like this. It’s called Soulless, by Gail Carriger. I started it recently, and it’s become my goto book for lunchtime at work. About a Victorian England spinster who killed a vampire with her parasol. There’s two more books in the series after. It’s fantasy and funny.

  • ningauble3020

    This is an open question: does anybody here, when you read a fantasy novel, put famous actors faces on characters?

    (Put another way: am I a freak?)

    • Nope, you’re definitely not a freak. After I’ve gotten to know a character, I usually settle on a famous actor who they resemble. That’s the face and voice I hear when I’m writing. It really helps me get into the story.

      And I’ve had contests on my site where I pick a character and my fans send pics of the actor they see playing them. As a result, I have a movie cast all ready when The Call comes. ; ) And yes, Felicia will be playing Raine.


      • ningauble3020

        Maybe we’re BOTH freaks. Nice to meet you. Wow, I’m chatting up a FAMOUS AUTHOR. Holy logs! Thanks for the response. It is not often you meet someone GRAND and IMPORTANT. Anyhow, I admire anyone who has the stones to write. I chickened out and found the process exhausting and not fun. It wasn’t for me. Now I work on Government Death Panels. So there’s that.

        I hope you get superrich and make a movie and cast The FD as Raine and whomever else you might wish. I love pioneers with a sense of courage and grit. You’re a pioneer.

        Thanks again!

        • Thank you so much! And nah, I’m not famous, grand or important — just a scribbler who gets paid to write down what the voices in her head tell her to say. ; )


  • ningauble3020

    Leather Pants, Leather Pants, Leather Pants!

  • I haven’t tried Connor Grey series, I’ll have to look it up Seth, thanks!!!

    • Felicia,

      Mark Del Franco’s Connor Grey series is great.


  • I’m on the second book in this series and I’ve really enjoyed it. I picked up the first one because I too was sick of the urban/horror women in leather trope. It’s fun, but I’ve read/seen too much of it lately.

    This series is entertaining and one thing I’ve been really happy about is that so far the books contain no grammar/spelling mistakes (that I’ve noticed) which is great because so many of the urban/horror novels I’ve read are littered with errors that, although I’m not a huge grammar fan, are distracting.

    Hurray for good, enjoyable writing.

    • Thank you, Emma!

      And thank you for noticing the grammar/spelling. LOL. I have a great copy editor at Penguin . . . however, I’m an editor, proofreader, and occasional copywriter at an advertising agency in my day job. Nice to have my spelling/grammar OCD tendencies appreciated. ; )


      (And I really hope there aren’t any typos in my reply — no coffee yet.)

  • Elwin

    Thanks for the recommend my Mom likes this genre of book & being that she has Loves The Guild since I bought it she’ll be tickled to check out a book you liked of this style. On another note I was the original Felicia Day Fan in our house but due to a disability traveling to signings isn’t easy for me. Is there an address I can send to for an autograph from either you or the whole Guild Cast?

  • JenMo

    Kate Daniels and Mercy Thompson are books I squeal with joy when they finally are released, can’t go wrong.

    In new UF I’d suggest the Jane Yellowrock books by Faith Hunter (so far there are only 2). Jane is a skinwalker, with the consciousness of a mountain lion sharing brain space with her. It’s not the werewolf dynamic you get in some fantasy, Jane and Beast don’t even like each other all the time, and you get the impression Beast is holding a grudge. I’ve found it to be really unique. Also there isn’t an over-riding male force, there are a few men, all hotties, all interesting, but her interest, and sometimes lack of, stays secondary to some great story telling.

  • Michael

    Just got the book from Amazon. Hopefully I can spare a day soon to devour it. I won’t start if I can’t read it in one piece, because I know I can’t stop myself after I’ve started ^^ and reading till sunrise is fun but having to work totally sleep depived is not that much 😉

    For the book covers… my definite favorite so far is book 3 followed by book 1. Book 1 Cover is how I pictured Raine and the setting and outfit did fit too (For me she’s a Magic User/Thief 😉 ). Book 4 is defintly the worst so far, to sincere to scrawny and that “Latex”-Outfit is just plain out of context.

    • Hi Michael,

      The cover for Book 3 (The Trouble With Demons) is my fav, too. I’ve been told that we’ll be going back to that look for future books. BTW — Authors (at least those lower on the totem pole like me), don’t have much, if any, say in cover design. ; )

      So glad you love the books!

  • Michael

    OK… book 3 cover is how I pictured Raine :-/ Should rereand more carefully before posting the comment…

  • TW Andrews

    Sadly not available on Kindle yet…

    • I hope that Amazon and Penguin will resolve their negotiations quickly — I hate for my fans not to be able to get their hands on my books in the format of their choice. BTW — only Bewitched & Betrayed isn’t available on Kindle at the moment. My first three books are there for the downloading.

      Be patient on the Kindle mess, y’all. It’ll get sorted out soon.

      AND, all four of my books will be available in audio book format on July 6. I can’t wait to actuallyl hear my characters speak — instead of just voices in my head. ; )


      • Michelle

        I nearly panicked when I saw there was no Kindle version. But there is a Nook version, so I’m set. Yes, I have both a Kindle and a Nook — you know, insurance. 🙂

        I can’t wait to read the latest Raine-venture! Thanks so much for sharing Lisa. It is way cool to see you commenting on FD’s blog. Please keep the books coming!

        • Hi Michelle,

          Hope you enjoy B&B! When you finish, let me know how you liked it. I love fan feedback. ; )


        • ningauble3020

          I went to the local Barnes and Noble and couldn’t find your books. Are they romance or fantasy, what genre are your novels?
          BTW your pic is cute as a button. Love the glasses.

      • TW Andrews

        Indeed, I picked them up when Felicia first mentioned the series awhile back–hoping that Amazon and the various publishing houses get things sorted out soon. I’m actually ok waiting for a digital version if it comes out later than the hardback (though it would be nice if I didn’t have to wait the typical year that one does for the PB), so long as it eventually comes out.

  • Awesome urban fantasy and bard’s tale all mentioned in one post!? I think I love you. I noticed the same problem with most of urban fantasy romance novels; I ended my quest for urban fantasy after reading a few Lynsay Sands novels. But it sounds like I should give the Raine Banares series a shot. Thank you for reigniting my interest in the genre^^

  • barbara (kitten)

    Have you read Seanan McGuire’s October Daye novels? “rosemary and rue” and “a local habitation”? check her out here (she also does kickass filk). “a local habitation” just came out recently and the third book is due out in September.

    BTW, thanks for turning me on to Lisa Shearin…(hi Lisa). Now I have a plan when I blow next month’s book budget.

  • ningauble3020

    I tried to post a comment but WordPress ripped it. I will try again…grits teeth…

    I was browsing through the local Barnes and Noble and noticed that your novels were not available. I’d like to get them showcased locally. What genre are they exactly? Failing that, where should they go in a bookstore?

    Thank you.

    • They may have been just sold out. Ask and they shall order. ; ) My books are in the Fantasy section. Hope this helps.


  • Alyssa

    You must read Holly Lisle’s The Secret Texts series and any of her other work. Dark, sarcastic, funny, and no neatly wrapped up happy endings. I absolutely love her writing. Diplomacy of Wolves is a great starter.

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  • Jim

    Wow. I have the first book but didn’t realize there were sequels.

    Have you tried the Harry Dresden books by Jim Butcher? Unlike most of the urban magic stories set in the current decade, they are told from the point of view of a guy, (translation: no chapters devoted to sex). The books are excellent, and far better than the horrible sci fi tv show that lasted barely a season and consisted of lame contrivances.

    • ningauble3020

      The Dresden Files are a fast & fun read. As for the sexless chapters…you are kidding, right? The show sucked butt. It was abysmal.

  • monica

    I’ll have to check the series out, it sounds up my alley. One series that I absolutely love are The Hollow series by Kim Harrison. The main character is Rachel Morgan, a witch, who lives with her two roommates, a living vampire named Ivy and a pixie named Jenks who run a bounty service together. Overall the series are very good, the first few books are amazing, you wouldn’t be able to put them down. The last two books, well, the author did a few things that annoyed me but it is still a series I would highly recommend to anyone.

    As far as sexy hot goblins? I don’t know, I’m used to the goblins I see in Booty Bay lol.

    Btw, Kudos on The Guild. I love it. I play WoW and…LOL. While the show is for everyone, and everyone can enjoy it, I can definitely appreciate the exaggerated parallels between your show and how true it rings to any avid mmorpg player.

  • *cries* the Kindle version is not available for people in the UK =( I love my Kindle but this is so frustrating!

    I’m gonna dig up that post you made last year though and see if any of those are available in the UK, it’s time I tried some new genres!

  • Hey Felicia, I love your show The Guild. Do you game at all in real life? If so do you play World of Warcraft at all? You should so dod a commercial for Blizzard. You’d so be more believable then the commercials they did with Mr T or William Shatner. Been following your show since it started. Would you consider going out on a date with me? lol jk but no that would be kewl haha. Anyways love your work and would love to hear back from you. Thanks for reading my rant!

    • NM Felicia I just watched the G4 video. Gratz on getting your priest to 80. Sadly my priest in only like lvl 62 =( I do have a Death Knight I just got to 70 and a Pally that’s 80. I’m on the Frostmane server (Horde). Question how do I get my picture to show up on the side of my comment? I don’t see anyway of uploading it. But when you click on my name it does bring up my Facebook which you can see my pic there. Thanks again for reading my rant.

  • Igipopp

    I’ll check this series, but first i want to finish Dan Simmons Hyperion series. I’m interested in your opinion Felicia.

  • haha! that’s super adorable. right now i’m reading the gormenghast trilogy as recommended by one of my oh-so-cultured londonite friends. lol

    i might have to try some UF though. you make it sound, uh, interesting. 😛

    anyway, it’s always good to see some SF blogging on here.

  • James Copeland

    THe Hollows series is good, though I agree the last 2 books were off a bit. I also enjoyed the Keri Arthur books( The Riley Jensen series), though as a guy, I tend to get picked on a bit. I was very intrigued by what I heard here abot Lisa Shearin’s books, so I went out and bought 2 copies of each this morning(1 for me and 1 for the wife). I’m already halfway through the first, and I must say, I like it! Also, hate to sound mainstream, but Kelly Armstrong’s Otherworld books are really good too!

    • ningauble3020

      I was in Barnes & Noble today and say Bewitched and Betrayed. I thought the slick cover was good art, if not what the author had in mind. Yes, I like the leather pants. Want to fight about it? Shearin does a sweet job of pulling you forward through page 1. Reminds me a lot of Jim Butcher, actually. I liked what I’ve read so far.

  • Marc

    Hey Felicia (and all),

    Just finished “Ex-Heroes” by Peter Clines (his debut, just released in the last 2 months) and am spreading the word. It’s Superheroes vs Zombies but written with modern Pop Culture references and jokes. Think “The Watchman”, “Heroes” and “Dawn of the Dead” all in one.

    Essentially, it’s a cross-genre set in post apocalyptic L.A. Superheroes have failed to save the world from the outbreak and now all the survivors and Superheroes have taken refuge on The Paramount Studios lot (now a fortress of awesomeness). But soon they discover the zombies outside are the least of their worries (and did I mention Superheroes turned zombie?). And yes, there is the requisite hot, kick-ass, emotionally cold character, but she is one among many fun characters.

    Also Felicia, the character Cerberus should totally be played by you in the movie!

    I never recommend, but this was too good not to:

  • Marc

    Hey All,

    Just finished an awesome new book I thought I’d recommend. It’s like Watchmen/Heroes meets Dawn of the Dead with Whedon like humour/modern pop culture references.

    Basically Superheroes failed to save the world from infection, and now all the survivors and superheroes take refuge from the zombies on the Paramount lot turned fortress in post-apocalyptic L.A.

    Lots of fun! (I think Felicia should play Cerberus!)

    Take a peek:

    • “watchmen/heroes”? wh–

      from deep within that backslash, I have learned to hate you


      • Marc

        Would it help if I clarified that I only meant the first season of Heroes? (and specifically only the first two-thirds of that season). I stopped watching mid-way through the 2nd due to… well… sucking.

        I can’t apologize for the Watchmen though!

        Anyways, don’t judge the book due to my crappy sales pitch! I swear it’s good!


        • Okay, I can most definitely forgive you now! And maybe I’ll even check it out. 😉

          Since we’re almost on the subject of graphic novels, I’m just gonna have to suggest Y the Last Man. I’m on volume 3 right now. It’s hands down one of the best graphic novel series I’ve ever read. Amazing storyline! Definitely not for kiddies.

  • JPsmooth42

    I just watched your interview on Reddit, it was great. You make me laugh, and my wife is super happy to hear you are working on season 4. (She is a non-gamer who loves the Guild)

  • Wow, I’ve heard of this writer, but now that I read all of the comments…

    I’ll have to pick up this book. Thanks for the recommend you all. 🙂

  • ZombieJoe

    All this talk of Jim Butcher and no mention of Shannon Butcher? If you are not above a romance novel (and judging by the Highlanders in a certain someone’s Goodreads feed they are not) then she just won the RT Award for Best Paranormal Romance. I think that was the category. They split them up so damned much, but I suppose more people win that way.

    If you want urban fantasy that is off the formula you speak of Mark Henry writes a series that is pretty damned unique (and totally snarky). Happy Hour of the Damned, Road Trip of the Living Dead, Battle of the Network Zombies.

    For the “not your usual kick ass heroine” you can try Nicole Peeler’s Tempest Rising or Gail Carriger’s Soulless and Changeless.

  • Louis

    Finished all four books in a row. Did find them really entertaining with excellent character development.

    Now I’m stuck having to wait for the next book.

    Lisa, you should look into having Felicia write the script. I know she’s busy right now but she’s a proven writer with a love of your books.

    And based on pictures that came out of her movie RED, I totally see Felicia as Raine. Do think she would look great in the blue leathers Raine puts on after that session with Mychael in B&B. That was the session that Felicia probably meant when she said Yum.

  • Megan

    Have you ever read Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson? I’m on book 2 and loving it.

  • Zak

    Was gonna put a funny comment on your Reddit interview on youtube, until I realized just how out of my league you are. Even if I knew you in real life, you’d still be that far out of my league.

    • *awkward silence*

      • Zak

        *awkward silence*

        • the highest form of praise is imitation. 😉

      • ningauble3020


  • Tom Johnston

    Thought you had a link to an interesting books – reading – my library kind of website, and I cannot find it on your site / blog / etc. Can you point to where it is?

  • Angela

    You’re probably going to hate me for saying this but until I blew up the picture to get a better look at the girl I could have sworn it was you! lol Maybe the author got mad and put a bit of you in the character!

    • Zak

      I actually thought the exact same thing, and felt really silly afterwards ;- )

  • Hi!

    My friend just love this book and your show btw (she forced me to watch the first epi and know I’m crazy over The Guild).

    I do recommend the books of Juliet Marillier – Sevenwaters trylogy a mixture of history and fantasy, myth and magic, legend and love. Great stuff 😉

    Best regards from Poland!

  • Vlada

    Dear Felicia, I am going to order this book for sure, as I was very much impressed with the earlier recommendation u gave – Joe Abercrombie’s “The Blade Itself” , great trilogy (and he had another book that came out not so long ago) and I would have never knew about it if I wasn’t reading your blog! Thank you!

  • Liam


    I was reading your posts about the great white north where we watch curling every night (sometimes we even actually curl, if you ever come back you should give it a shot, pretty much any town/city you stay in will have a club or three 🙂 and I was reading about your quest for urban fantasy. So if your looking for urban fantasy that breaks the mold somewhat I’d suggest Tanya Huff, she’s a Canadian author and most of her books are set in and/or around Toronto, the Keeper series is a good place to start. That being said she’s been around for a long time so you’ve probably heard of her, if not well you should check her out.

    Anyways like the site / your work (esp the Guild) Cheers


  • Karl Swenson

    One of my favorite series, thanks for the heads up.

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  • It’s interesting. A friend asked me if I’d read this series and pointed me to your post. None of the Urban Fantasy series I follow (Dresden Files, Rachel Morgan/The Hollows, Women of the Otherworld, Kitty Norville) fit the description. They’re all more action oriented than anything

    Then I thought of something, are you buying Urban Fantasy shelved as romance or as sci-fi fantasy. Everything I read is the later and if you’re mainly buying in the former I think you’ll find a wider variety over in the sci-fi section.

  • kirby

    furthering the odd fantasy/Sort of Urban / stupid sub-genres fucking shit up


  • Love, love, love The Guild!!!

    Just wondering if you’d like to have a look at my book on the Kindle.

    If you like sci fi/paranormal adventure, this just might interest you. Here’s the blurb:

    With tuition fees looming, University student Cassia Tiponi is forced to offer herself as a guinea pig to the science department. After much poking and prodding by future doctors, a blood test reveals something startling…

    Cassia does not have human DNA.

    While being hunted by a dark faction of the government, she must uncover the secrets surrounding her mysterious birth to discover who…and what…she is.

    If nothing else, just check out the cover art! 😀


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  • Colleen


    I wrote a little fanfic for The Guild involving Codex and Fawkes.

    Warning – it’s a little hot and twisted 😛

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