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For all you writers and readers who are into the Paranormal phenomena. This is the Group for you.
Latest Activity: Oct 18, 2017
Started by Anthony Vidal Oct 18, 2015.
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Started by Janie DeCoster Mar 27, 2015.
Are there werewolves…Continue
Tags: Miami, scary, books, authors, novels
Started by Stacy Eaton. Last reply by Kaelin C. Murphy Jun 19, 2014.
Hey Guys - Let's put our Paranormal/Urban Fantasy book descriptions here! Put one per post so they are easy to look through and make sure you put a link to where you can purchase the book!
Started by Stacy Eaton. Last reply by Norma Padro Mar 31, 2014.
Do you write or read about werewolves, vampires, angels or demons? Tell us what you write - what you read and what you like!
This isn't a great summary and isn't written that well, but it will have to do:
Erin Milner, unassuming office assistant, was determined to keep her head safely ensconced in the sand, avoiding news of world and local conflicts in lieu of hiding in her own little bubbling world of internet research related to such topics as history of civilization, ancient philosophers, sociology, psychology, physics, alchemy, and magic. Any topic that might help her define herself was up for grabs. Unfortunately, real life sucked sweaty dog balls and her answers came hurtling through her bedroom window in the form of two unidentifiable creatures bearing claws, fangs, and pointy ears. Considering that her mind had taken a vacation into the land of schizophrenia, it wasn't a stretch to humor her current hallucination, Seth, and drive him to meet a contact in New Mexico. During the journey, she inadvertently exposes herself to beings long lost to myth and fairytale, engages in mystical battles, and learns that she is not what she appears. In a world at risk from a war between Seth's ancient species and their dissenters, Erin finds herself on the run and in the hands of a protector that she doesn't know how to trust.
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