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Rhiannon Held is author of the SILVER series, an urban fantasy series about werewolves from Tor. In her day job she works as a professional archaeologist. Unfortunately, given that it’s real rather than fictional archaeology, fedoras, bullwhips, aliens, and dinosaurs are in short supply. Most of her work is done on the computer, using databases to organize data, and graphics programs to illustrate it.
In REFLECTED, the third book of the series that began with her debut novel, SILVER, Rhiannon Held continues the secret lives of the werewolf packs that live and hunt alongside human society. Silver and her mate Andrew Dare are pack leaders of the entire North American werewolf population, and that makes the more traditional packs in Europe very nervous indeed.
In book 2 of the series, TARNISHED, Andrew Dare finds his mate in Silver, but they haven’t found the pack they can call home. Andrew has baggage—his violent history with the packs of Spain and the rumors of his lack of control. And then there’s Silver—the werewolf who has lost her wild self to a monster’s assault, and who can no longer shift forms.
In SILVER, Andrew Dare is a werewolf. He’s the enforcer for the Roanoke pack, and responsible for capturing or killing any Were intruders in Roanoke’s territory. But the lone Were he’s tracking doesn’t smell or act like anyone he’s ever encountered. And when he catches her, it doesn’t get any better. She’s beautiful, she’s crazy, and someone has tortured her by injecting silver into her veins. Silver represents a terrible threat to every Were on the continent.
Linda S. Godfrey is an author and researcher of the strange and uncanny, and is especially well known as an authority on the upright canine known in Wisconsin as the Beast of Bray Road, in Michigan as the Dog Man, in other places as Skinwalker, werewolf or a dozen other names. She appeared in, co-wrote and co-produced the History Channel's Monsterquest episode, "American Werewolf," based on her book "Hunting the American Werewolf" and also appeared in the show's season 4 finale.
She has canvassed Wis. and Michigan looking for the strange and offbeat, from outsider artists and giant roadside statues to local cemetery lore, eccentric people and history, to ghost stories and unidentified creatures and UFO's. She put over 5,000 miles on her "weirdmobile" and found enough strangeness to fill both Weird Michigan and Weird Wisconsin for Barnes & Noble in 2006, and the sequels, Strange Michigan and Strange Wisconsin for Trails Books.
Linda is a former award-winning newspaper reporter and art teacher and provides many illustrations for her own books.
She has appeared on many national TV and radio shows such as Inside Edition, Discover Kids, Travel Channel, Sci-Fi Channel's New In Search Of, Lost Tapes, Shatner's Weird or What, Coast to Coast AM radio, and many more. She is in demand as a featured speaker at libraries, conferences, schools and many other events
. Becoming a werewolf, though, is a decision that must be thought out well ahead of time, if at all possible. Some methods of becoming a werewolf are more dangerous than others, and life after transformation may not be what you expect.
Don't miss this episode of Indie Book Rebels, where will be interviewing Paranormal Fiction author's Lola St. Vil and V.M. Black.
Lola was seven when she first came to this country from Port-au-Prince, Haiti. She attended Columbia College in Chicago, where her main focus was creative writing. In addition to plays, she also writes screenplays and short stories.
She has been commissioned to write for ABC, CBS and Princeton University. She won the NAACP award for her play "The Bones of Lesser Men". In addition to being nominated for LA Weekly awards. Her work has also received positive reviews from The LA Times, Variety and LA Weekly. In 2012 she published her first novel, The Girl, Guardians Series Book 1, and has since published five more in the series. You can get Book 1 free on Kindle, the book is also available on Audible. The second book in her series sells 10-30 copies per day, at a $4.99 price point with 70% royalties, to give you an idea of Lola's indie publishing success. And that's just Book 2 in the series.
VM Black has been on our show before, and we love her outspoken no-nonsense approach to writing while raising kids, home schooling and being a high-ranking indie author. On this show, we're going to hear a lot more about her series of paranormal books, and focus on her latest paranormal releae, Blood Rites: Cora's Choice #4, talk about what goes on in the rest of her Blood Series books, and learn all about what is happening in her top selling The Alpha's Captive: Pursuit: BBW Shifter Werewolf Romance series.
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It all begins in V.G. Wedgeworth's world when the young chief of police of Blackwater, Texas discovers a body surrounded by ritualistic magic and the prints of extinct wolves he forced to confront his worst fear - that he never really solved the murder of his wife and brother two years ago. Now with a hurricane gunning for Blackwater, the chief, a rational man, must lead his friends and family to higher ground, battling drug-dealing werewolves, fighting familiar zombies, uncovering, and discovering magic and faith are all around us. You think that's the end? Not a chance she takes us on another thrill ride with her second book in the series.
Dark Night of the Soul is the second book in the Tales of Blackwater, Texas series, and the follow up to book one -- Night of the Wolf. On Halloween in the piney woods of East Texas, most folks are thinking of football and trick or treat, but Chief BC Carnot, of Blackwater knows it is so much more, for nothing is as it seems -- certainly not in the sleepy town -- where the chief's friends all begin to see the angry spirits of this Texas town rise again. If it was not enough to deal with his new nature as a lone werewolf, BC has a dysfunctional shaman cousin, a spooked best friend and a complicated love life spinning out of control while every manner of ghost, ghoul, phantom and fiend is climbing up out of his or her grave to reckon some old score. All truths will be laid bare, and everyone’s faith tested, and some will be laid low on this magical night. The day approaches. Dia de Los Muertos -- Day of the Dead? You bet, for the dead may just outnumber the living, if the boys of the Blackwater PD don't wrangle some souls.
Written and directed by young Regina, Canada, filmmaker Lowell Dean, WOLFCOP is a horror-comedy that follows Lou Garou (Leo Fafard), an alcoholic cop who tends to black out and wake up in unfamiliar surroundings. However, lately things have taken a strange turn. Crime scenes seem oddly familiar, Lou's senses are heightened, and when the full moon is out, he's a rage-fueled werewolf. WOLFCOP is one cop's quest to become a better man... one transformation at a time.
CineCoup’s debut feature film WOLFCOP -- selected in a worldwide competition to be their initial offering -- opened to sold out audiences across western Canada on June 6. As a result of its howling success, WOLFCOP will expand across Canada in Cineplex theaters on June 13th, which auspiciously happens to be the full moon AND Friday the 13th! In the midst of all this lunacy, the filmmakers have announced a WOLFCOP sequel, to be released in 2015.
“It is not often that Canadian films open to such high box office numbers,” says CineCoup Founder and CEO J Joly. “We used complete guerilla style grassroots marketing that focused on finding the film’s core audience to spread the word ... this truly is a coup for the future of independent filmmaking.”
Prior to WOLFCOP, Dean's best known work was the zombie flick 13 EERIE starring Katharine Isabelle.
In this episode of Indie Book Rebels we interviewed the seriously successful V. M. Black, author of new adult paranormal romance / urban fantasy books - and she sells 100's of books every day. She knows a thing or two about writing in these genres and making it in self publishing. You don't want to miss our conversation. Be sure to download your FREE copy of V. M. Black first book in her new series: The Alpha's Captive: Taken: BBW Shifter Werewolf Romance, by V.M. Black Be sure to also download, another free book from V. M. Black from her Paranormal Romance Series: Life Blood: Cora's Choice #1
We also spent quality time with author Mark Gardner, who read from his book, Forlorn Hope.
Lightening round also included V. M. Jaskiernia reading from her fantasy book, Larkspur: A Necromancer's Romance
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Join Johanna for this exciting edition where her guest will be Native American Actor, Model, Host, and Humanitarian Rick Mora.
Born Yaqui & Apache, Rick Mora is an actor and model with more than 20 years’ experience in the entertainment industry. His breakthrough came with a small scene as Jacob’s great-great-grandfather Ephraim Black in “Twilight.” Since then, he has appeared in several more films, including Little Boy with Kevin James & Sean Astin and “Yellow Rock” with Michael Biehn and James Russo.
During the show, Rick will also discuss “The Codex of Awakening” which is a book designed to open the doors of perception, shining light into a world of experience that has long been dark and dormant.
When Rick first opened the pages of “The Codex of Awakening,” he was not prepared for the awe-inspiring journey that the words set in motion. In part because of this eye-opening experience, he feels that his mission in life is to further the cause of spiritual growth and development.
Join Johanna and Rick for this monumental episode.
Variety Radio Online bring your the HANNIBAL recap show with your hosts Jesus Figueroa and Mike 'the movie guy' Pierce. In tonight's show they give you a DOUBLE DOSE of HANNIBAL. First they start off with episode 9 "Shiizakana" where we meet one of Hannibal's WEREWOLF patients and then episode 10 "Naka-Choko" where everything comes together quite nicely. SOMEONE BETTER CALL MAURY!!
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It's THE VAMPIRE DIARIES recap show!! Join the Variety Radio Online hosts Amy and Mike as they discuss the hightlights of Thursday night's episode "What Lies Beneath." In last night's episode - CRAZY stuff happened. Elena, Damon, Stefan and Caroline go on an awkward camping trip, a traveler's inside Tyler, Bonnie is STILL lying to Jermey and a whole lot more.
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