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Thursday, June 23, 2011

Author Guest Post & Giveaway: Cynthia Eden

Today I have the super sweet and talented Cynthia Eden joining us for a great guest post and a fabulous giveaway! Cynthia has a new release, Never Cry Wolf, coming out next Tuesday the 28th and if you like hot alpha wolves then you'll want this book! You can read my review *here!*



I Have A Paranormal Addiction

A picture of Cynthia Eden.Hi, everyone! A big thanks to Crystal for having me at her place today!

I have a confession to make (though it’s not going to catch many folks by surprise). I have a paranormal addiction. I just can’t get enough of vampires, demons, and shifters.

I can’t exactly remember when I first became hooked on the paranormal world. Maybe it was back when I was a kid and I used to watch horror shows on the USA Network. Back then, they had a guy called Commander USA who hosted a horror marathon (sort of like Elvira did). I would watch those shows for hours—and always hate when the vampire got slayed at the end. Such a sad fate.

As I grew older, I read tons of monster books, I watched as many paranormal shows and movies as I could find, so, yes, that meant I never missed a BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER episode. How could I miss it? Spike was awesome! And now, these days, I eagerly tune in to catch each episode of TRUE BLOOD on HBO. Thanks to Alcide and Eric, my addiction is just growing.

Never Cry WolfSo when I write, it’s pretty much only natural for me to write about paranormal heroes and heroines. I love putting new spins on old myths, and I sure do love to see just how far I can push my characters. In NEVER CRY WOLF, I had the chance to write about one of my favorite paranormal beings—the wolf shifter. My hero, Lucas Simone, is the alpha of his pack. Tough, strong, you definitely want this guy on your side in a fight.

And, unlike the monsters who appeared in those old black and white movies, I can guarantee you that Lucas won’t get slayed at the end of the story. Instead, he might just get the girl. (Who am I kidding? It’s a romance! Of course, he’ll get the girl—he just has to slay all the bad guys coming after her first.)
Do you have a paranormal addiction, too? What started your addiction?Leave me a comment, and I’ll pick one person at random to win a copy of NEVER CRY WOLF.

Have a great day!
Cynthia Eden
NEVER CRY WOLF—Available 6/28/11 from Kensington Brava
Be afraid of the big, bad wolf…


~*GIVEAWAY*~
As Cynthia mentioned above, she is giving away one copy of her upcoming release, Never Cry Wolf.
To enter, just leave a comment answering the question at the end of her post and make sure to leave an email address so that we can contact you if you're the winner!
Giveaway will close at 11:59pm on July 7th when Cynthia will choose one winner at random. Open internationally.
Good Luck Everyone!

Here's some more about Never Cry Wolf:
RUNNING WITH A DANGEROUS CROWD

Lucas Simone is not the kind of guy you mess with. He’s big, he’s strong, and his eyes hint at a wilder side most women can’t handle. Of course, that’s because his predatory instincts are no metaphor—he’s a genuine Grade-A top-quality werewolf, tough enough to fight his way to dominance over the scariest pack on the West Coast. There’s only one chink in his armor. Unlike most alpha dogs, Lucas has a reputation for protecting the weak and innocent.

Sarah King is counting on that protective impulse—it’s the only thing standing between her and certain death. There are only two problems: one, she’s not quite as innocent as she’d like Lucas to believe. And two, if he doesn’t stop stoking Sarah’s animal lust, it’s only a matter of time before her own wild side gets unleashed…

92 comments:

Kelly said...

I definitely do! And it all started with Crystal! I had never read a paranormal romance or any romance steamier than your basic chick lit. But I wanted to mix things up a bit so I asked her for a recommendation. She recommended Darkness Dawns by Dianne Duvall and I haven't looked back since. I can't get enough! LOL!

Birgit said...

Honestly? Well, I liked them as a teenager, then for a long time I didn't read any paranormal novels, and THEN I started book blogging :-D you get the idea *lol*.

danaan at gmx dot at

Alaiel Kreuz said...

I think I fell in love with the paranormal since I read "Interview with a vampire" by Anne Rice. And after that i bought all her books about vampires... and then I read about werewolves, and ghosts, and... well, you get the idea xD
I can't help it, I just love to rerad about everything that is different.

Thanks for the giveaway, and for making it international!

Hugs!

Anonymous said...

That is ALL I will read. I read a book when I was 13 (16 years ago) and I remember it had werewolves and vampires in it and I was hooked. For the life of me I can't remember the name of it lol. I can't get enough of paranormal books I LOVE them.
Thanks for the giveaway chance!

alycia(at)thejeepdiva.com

IreneRJ said...

My addictio started several years ago when my daughter in law gave me her copies of the first 2 Christine Feehan Dark series books.I was hooked on all things paranormal from then on!We still book swap everything vampire,shifter,demon and everything in between :)
irgl7(at)bonzo15(dot)plus(dot)com

Cynthia Eden said...

Hi, Crystal! Thank you so much for inviting me to post!

Kelly, I am reading Darkness Dawns right now--it's on my Kindle. Paranormals are definitely addictive!

Cynthia Eden said...

LOL, Birgit, I understand!

Alaiel, I'm a big fan of different. I figure we get enough ordinary every day--time to spice things up!

Cynthia Eden said...

Alycia, I was that age when I got hooked on the books, too. Christopher Pike introduced me to ghost romances and I moved ahead from there!

Oh, Irene, I LOVE Christine Feehan's Carpathians. They are awesome!

Anonymous said...

I've always loved romance and I think that I found myself thinking 'there must be more' while reading some of my favourite authors work. They can only do so much obviously with mystery etc. to spice up the romance. One day I found a new-to-me author who's hero was a werewolf and I was hooked now when I (rarely) read contemporary romances I keep watching for the para pieces and thinking WTH?

Love were's of all sorts, vampires, demons, etc. etc.

Peg

Hilleary Peterson said...

I really got hooked a few years ago. A Dr. I work with, his wife is a big reader of paranormal romance. He found out how much I like to read. Soon after I started getting these huge bags of books at work. Half of them were paranormal like Jacqueline Frank, Lara Adrian, and JR Ward. Been hooked ever since.

hillpeterson@yahoo.com

theJeepDiva said...

Anne Rice got me addicted to paranormal. I read her when I was in high school. I look back & wonder why on Earth my Mama let me read that, or those Stephen King books long before high school. The more paranormal I read I have discovered I do like weres/shifters over the vamps, but I love em both.

Madame D said...

Addiction!! It's more like an Obsession... LOL. I've been reading paranormal romance since I was like 15, which is a long time. I was more into the YA side of things then, but I started reading the good stuff way back in 2006 when I discovered the amazing Felicity Heaton and her sexy vampires. Grr... that was it for me, I just started craving more and more...lol

madamedsboudoir(at)hotmail(dot)co(dot)uk

Laurie (BittenbyParanormalRomance) said...

My addiction started 4 years back with my daughter reading Twilight. I just had to start reading again. I have always loved to read paranormal but in my younger years you didn't to may books in the paranormal romance dept. but now days you cant get enough so I feeding while I can..
Great post ladies and have a good day.

Tonya Gentry said...

The only paranormal books I've read are Cynthia Eden's. I read Cynthia's Midnight Trilogy a while back & loved it. I've read it a few times. I just can't get enough of Niol. ;-) I like paranormal a lot but I never know what books/authors to buy. I'm just now starting another series (BDB series) that several people recommended. I think I could definitely become addicted to paranormal. There's nothing sexier than alpha males with a little something extra. Demon, shifter, vampire...it doesn't matter to me. I love them all.

lindsey hutchison said...

heck yes i have an addiction. i didnt till bout 5 yrs ago or 4 yrs ago someone said i see you like reading romance and my gf loves christine feehans books you should check them out. so i was in k-mart and i always no matter what go through the book section at whatever store i am at grabbed one up then as i turned away i saw Dark Challenge by Christine Feehan and grabbed it up as well. that night i dug in and got halfway through it in a few hours...so i went on amazon and started buying up the series which then lead me to anything with shifters or vamps or any other creature. now i cant seem to stop buying them.

lindsey hutchison said...

not sure if i need to leave a email and i think i forgot so


babydoll82959307(at)aol(dot)com

btw i would just like to say cynthia i manage to get a list of your books after i started buying paranormal romances cause you were one of my tops and bought the ones i didnt have. that was an adventure in itself.

June M. said...

I guess what really got me started was Lynsay Sands vampire romance. From there I started moving to more intense paranormals and these days, that is pretty much all I am reading.

GFC follower: June M.
manning_j2004 at yahoo dot com

Victoria said...

Hi Cynthia -
I sure do have a paranormal addiction. Mine began as a kid on Saturday afternoons listening to DARK SHADOWS on the radio. Then there would be old monster movies on late night TV (before 1 am when the TV signal went off :)) that my girlfriend and I would watch while sleeping over each others house.
Thank you for the giveaway.
vsloboda(at)gmail(dot)com

Tonya Gentry said...

My email address is

tgentry90 at gmail dot com

mrsworldwidewebb said...

Ohhh I JUST got addicted 2 years ago..whenever Twilight and Sookie Stackhouse consumed me..LOL I loved the books and now I CANNOT get enough of any of this paranormal stuff...But it definitely started that year of Twilight....Shew now I can NOT give it up:)

mrsworldwidewebb said...

my email is mrsworldwidewebb@cox.net

donnas said...

Really my paranormal addiction is anything paranormal.

And it started the first time I read Dracula.

Raonaid Luckwell said...

Do I have a paranormal addiction? Why yes, why yes I do. Lets see I use to read strictly fantasy and historical, thinking paranormal was cliche. Then I seen Kenyon's Night Embrace and was like "I wanna read that" That was all it took. Then I was devouring paranormals as I went. It takes about the bulk of my reading.

Raonaid at gmail dot com

Book Savvy Babe said...

I have a pretty MASSIVE paranormal addiction…it started with the Sookie Stackhouse series by Charlaine Harris, then the show True Blood came along, and I am hopelessly lost in Paranormal addiction….I have seen every single episode of True Blood, read ALL the books and short stories….and I am hooked on paranormal books, romances, and urban fantasies….I love it! I even got poor DH addicted to the True Blood show…
Thanks for sharing today, and for the contest!
Book Savvy Babe
booksavvybabe AT gmail DOT com

RtB Admin said...

I honestly don't know what got me into the paranormal world. I'm not a huge fan of paranormal movies as they tend to be too "horror" for me.

But that said, I do enjoy a good paranormal romance as the world building tends to be a bit more extensive and interesting as there aren't any rules to really follow. :)

Jen K.
admin.bookblog AT gmail.com

Na said...

Ever since I was little I have always been fascinated with all things paranormal, ghost stories, ghost movies, the ouija board you name it. Similarly, I have always been an avid reader, therefore it was a natural that I would become a paranormal addict. I recently re-discovered the genre and am contantly on the prowl for new stories and new authors. I think what got me hooked was Karen Marie Moning's Fever series. I'm happy to discover that there are many books out there to feed my addiction.

Cambonified{AT}yahoo{DOT}com

Cynthia Eden said...

Hi, Peg! I love that "more" aspect of paranormal romance. Anything really can happen--and does!

Hilleary, it sounds like that Dr. and his wife really hooked you up! :)

Cynthia Eden said...

Hey, JeepDiva! The more I read, the more I find out just how much I love those paranormals. I'm always on the look out for new creatures/characters.

LOL, I can understand obsession, Madame D!

Cynthia Eden said...

Laurie, I think Twlight has gotten to many folks interested in paranormals--and I sure love that!

Tonya, I am so glad that you enjoy the books--and Niol. :)

Cynthia Eden said...

Lindsey, I think Christine Feehan was one of my "gateway" authors, too. Once I went Carpathian, I couldn't go back!

Oh, June, I love her stories!

Cynthia Eden said...

Victoria, I can hardly wait to see the new Darks Shadows remake with Johnny Depp. I am hoping it will be awesome.

Mrsworldwidewebb, I don't think I'll ever be able to give up my addiction, either!

Donnas, Dracula was awesome. I try to catch every Dracula remake that comes on TV. He's the king. :)

Cynthia Eden said...

Raonaid, I love that just one read can hook us on a new sub-genre. I try to read a least 1-2 books in a new-to-me area, cuz I don't want to be missing out!

Book Savvy Babe, I am right there with you on that True Blood addiction. My family has already been informed that when the new season premiere airs this weekend, I can't be disturbed--NOT FOR ANY REASON!

Cynthia Eden said...

Jen, I'm a fan of creating new rules--it seems more fun that way!

Na, your post took me back to my own Ouija board days. I remember staying up late on Halloween with my friends, scared silly as we used our Ouija board.

Joli said...

The twlight phenomenom got me started.

itsonlyjc AT hotmail DOT com

Victoria said...

Cynthia - I can't wait for Dark Shadows with Depp too. He is such a good actor. Do you know if it's still on schedule for next spring/summer?
vsloboda(at)gmail(dot)com

Cynthia Eden said...

Joli, that hookd a few of my family members, too!

Victoria, I hope it's on schedule! I'll go Google it and find out. :)

mbreakfield said...

I have a paranormal addiction, and it started with Dark Shadows and Bewitched, when I was little. thanks for the giveaway
marlenebreakfield(at)yahoo(dot)com

Danielle Gorman said...

My very first paranormal was Thrill Club by RL Stine. I have been reading paranormals ever since.

iqb99@yahoo.com

Tore said...

I use to read all different generes of books when I was in my teenage years including paranormal but I didn't read that much. I started reading alot more as I got old and I especially love vampire books and wolves and once I read Twlight. I have really got hooked on the paranormal books again. Please enter me in contest. I would love to read your book. Tore923@aol.com

Diane said...

My paranormal addiction started many years ago with Maggie Shayne; I loved her vampire series for Harlequin. And from then on my addiction just got worse.

dsadler53 at yahoo dot ca

DANIELA said...

Hi!
I must say that the first paranormal books I read where the Twilight Saga.
But from there I’ve evolved to adult books, like Cynthia’s, which I enjoy a lot more. The Midnight series was great, especially the last book with Holly and Niol.
I’m a big fan of vamps, and also like sexy Weres a lot!
Nowadays I only read paranormal romance :)

Daniela.

Tiana said...

My love of paranormal goes back to at least Drew Berrymore in Firestarter. No matter what I watch or read I eventually go back to something paranormal

Congrats on your release!

ttoups @ hotmail.com

Cynthia Eden said...

Marlene, I am so glad you mentioned Bewitched! Loved that show!

Hi, Danielle! How did I miss that one? I used to read RL Stine like crazy!

Tore, I am so glad Twlight hooked you again. :)

Cynthia Eden said...

Diane, I have those books! They were with the old Silhouette Shadows line, right? Loved them!!

Hey, Daniela! Thanks for coming by! So glad that you enjoyed Holly and Niol's story!

Cynthia Eden said...

Thanks for all the comments.! I hope everyone has a wonderful night.

elaing8 said...

Yep I have an addiction..I love vamps,weres,demons,angels,fairies,shifters..anything paranormal I love. And its all thanks to my niece who gave me Twilight to read when I was sick a few back.Since then my reading is mostly paranormal.
elaing8(at)netscape(dot)net

BLHmistress said...

What started my addiction was The Dark Hunter series by Sherrilyn Kenyon what sealed it for me was True Blood- can't get enough.

vampiremistress2010(at)gmail(dot)com

JenM said...

Years ago, I got hooked on vampires thanks to the Count de Saint-Germain books by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro. I read all the vamp books I could get my hands on, but there weren't that many in the 1980's. I then stopped reading them for years until a friend mentioned True Blood to me back in 2008. I didn't get HBO, but she mentioned that the series was based on a book series. I'd just gotten a Kindle so I decided to get the first book to check it out. I've been totally hooked on paranormals ever since, although I've still not seen a single episode of True Blood LOL.

jen at delux dot com

marybelle said...

I am addicted to paranormal. It's the otherworldness that intrigues. I think my first taste was actually some old (read classic there) cheesy movies.

marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

Jess said...

Charlaine Harris got me hooked on my paranormal addiction. Her Sookie Stackhouse series is great and True Blood season 4 is back on Sunday. Woot!!

Thanks for the giveaway!

jcross719 at yahoo dot com

BlackwaterMama said...

Believe it or not. My sister-in-law told about Twilight and then I graduated to adult reads and it is now an obession.

BlackwaterMama said...

Sorry, forgot my email...jlkg102961@yahoo.com

latishajean said...

I love Paranormal Romance Ya and adult! I never liked reading and a friend told me about twilight and I loved it. I found more vampire books and feel in love with reading. My favorites are vampires and shifters. I look forward to reading your next book can't wait. Thank you so much for the great giveaway!
tishajean@ charter.net

winnie said...

Oh, yes, I definitely have a paranormal addiction as it has become my favourite genre to read. What started my addiction was getting into the whole YA vampire craze (Twilight included). Then I just wanted to read more and more in both YA and adult categories and now look to devour any new releases as soon as I can, lol.

chibipooh(at)gmail(dot)com

Cathy M said...

I started out reading only historical romances, and it wasn't until I read my first Anita Blake story that I caught the paranormal bug. Now that wonderful genre makes up almost all of my reading list.

caity_mack at yahoo dot com

Carol L. said...

Hi Cynthia,
I am looking forward to reading Never Cry Wolf. I have a definite obsession/addiction. The Dark Hunters started it ad then I read Nora Roberts Three Sisters trilogy and the rest is History. :)I love shifters of any kind. It's the not knowing what's coming next that drives Paranormal up a bit.Love it. And Johnny Depp will be perfect in that role. He's an amazing Actor.gfc follower under Lucky47
Carol L
Lucky4750 at aol dot com

shadow_kohler said...

i love paranormal books. they are addicting. the first book i read was dark symphony by christine feehan. after that, i was hooked on paranormal and i try to get my hands on everything that i can. :)
shadow_kohler@att.net

Rubita said...

Do I have a paranormal addiction? Maybe yes, maybe no. I won't read anything just because it's paranormal, though I admit to a weakness for werewolves. Which is odd because the book that started my addiction was Twilight. While I don't exactly count myself as a Twilight fan, it was the book that got me interested in the genre, so I have to give it credit for that.

I've had my eye on this book for some time. I hope I'll win!

Rubysreads@gmail.com

roro said...

yes i do hav a paranormal addiction 3 yrs now
it started with the dark days series
cool cover



rogcaprino@hotmail.com

Kristin said...

I hate to say it but Twilight started my addiction. I was against it for years and then one day caved and borrowed the book from the library. Since then pretty much 90% of the books that I read are paranormal. For some reason normal day to day life books just don't interest me as much anymore. I like the extra oomph that paranormal books have.
booksniffersanonymous[at]gmail[dot]com

Maria (pronounced Mariah) I blame my mother... said...

My daughter reading Twilight is what got me hooked on my paranormal addiction! After lots of begging I gave in and let her read it but thought I should also read it to see what all the fuss was about. Little did I know 2-3 years latter I would be OCD about paranormal books...including yours!

mmafsmith at gmail dot com

Nathalie Brault said...

Anne Rice really got me addicted to paranormal, and i really like them all, weather it be weres, or vamps I'm into them all.
thanks for the giveaway
recupefashion@hotmail.fr
Nathalie

rhonda said...

my new found love for reading started about a year ago and I really love the paranormal romance, it takes me away from the everyday stress!
heltondexter@yahoo.com

ioana97 said...

I'm an adiicted to paranormal romance asI'm addicted to reading.I don't know what start my passion for this kind of books, but I know I really love them.

balmezandrada at yahoo dot com

Rhianna said...

My paranormal addiction started in diapers with Sesame Street. *chuckles* Count Von Count was always my favorite. As I grew up in the 80s horror flicks with paranormal elements appealled to me but my parents were wise and didn't let me watch them. (I had nightmares from E.T. so... yeah). It wasn't until I was a teenager and spending a summer with my dad that I slept over at a friends and watched Interview With the Vampire... it was the first time I ever really saw vampires (or any other "monster") portrayed in a sympathetic way instead of as pure villains and from there on I sought out the paranormal side of things much more. :)

Rhianna said...

Awww heck, get me talking about my favorite topic and my brain forgets to add in my email address...

always.and.never AT gmail DOT com

Andi said...

I have always loved sci-fi and fantasy as a teen. Then I read the Twilight *blushes* can't believe that's what got me into paranormal. But that it did and now that's all I read!!! Love Vampires,warewolves, nymphs...the more the better! Can't wait to read your book!

Chelsea B. said...

I have a HUGE addiction!! :-) The Twilight series got me started, and now it's pretty much out of control. Loving every second of it! ;-)

justforswag(AT)yahoo(DOT)com

~Danni said...

I'm a huge addict!! LKH's Anita Blake series introduced me and I've never looked back. Of course your stuff has only added to the addiction!! Your stuff is a MUST read for me!!

Thanks for the giveaway.

dannigv616AThotmailDOTcom

Rad Hall said...

Sigh, I don't. I read horror stories, ghost stories etc and am an X Files fan. But parasitic vampires and rabid werewolves ... It does depend on the writing though. Pratchett writes both with humour and I adore his characters. I've read other fics so fantastic, I don't mind the characters' ... leanings.

Mind you, with the richness and nobility of zoomorphic and canine culture and history, I'm infinitely more partial to werewolves :)

Thanks for the giveaway.
emi3mle at yahoo dot com dot au

Linda: By the Book said...

Paranormal is, hands down, fangs out, my favorite genre! Nothing like reading a PNR with a little wine *wink wink*. I love the world the authors create and the variety of creature of the dark.
Twilight started it all after I reluctantly agreed to read it. Luckily I've found even better books. And of course I love watching paranormal movies.
Thanks for the giveaway!

Lindadao2060 at yahoo dot com

Nathalie Brault said...

Anne Rice definitely did it for me, way back when I was 20
thanks for the giveaway
recupefashion@hotmail.fr

Stephanie said...

I have loved paranormal romance for a long time. I probably became hooked when I started watching Buffy. Thanks for the giveaway.

smccar1 at hotmail dot com

Denise Z said...

I have to admit that Anita Blake started me on the dark path of addiction. Yes I am a self-professed readaholic. I read a comment the other day that someone was considering starting a twelve step program, but I do not remember which blog it was on so cannot give them the credit, but I have to say my addiction has progressed to being a blogaholic now as well. Thank you for the lovely interview and fun giveaway opportunity.

dz59001[at]gmail[dot]com

JessS said...

Yes I have a paranormal addiction. I'm not sure what started it but it was probably a combination of Buffy, Twilight (ugh, yeah I know, kinda embarassing now) and all the awesome paranormal books around. Thanks for the giveaway!

jessicamariesutton(at)msn(dot)com

Darlene said...

I, too, have a paranormal addiction! I really hadn't read anything in the genre until Twilight. I loved the whole series. Now, I am reading the Black Dagger Brotherhood and I'm enjoying that even more!! I'm hooked!

I'd love to enter the draw. I'm following you on GFC (Darlene), and my email address is darlenesbooknook at gmail dot com.

Thanks for the giveaway!

Sofija Kapranova said...

I love paranormal books!!! I think my addiction started with Richelle Mead books. Since that I have read hundreds of books and can't stop!

kapranova.sofija@gmail.com

Lexi said...

Confess your a paranormal addict and get everyone else to confess too, clever woman!
Karen Marie Moning's Fever series began my love affair with paranormal and urban fantasy, can't get enough.
Thanks for a chance to win, the book sounds drool worthy!

eyesofblueice(at)gmail(dot)com

SpadesHigh said...

Yes I do have a fascination towards the Paranormal, and what started it would be watching The Lost Boys movie, but what kicked it up a notched sadly would be Twilight. Sadly because its become such a craze now that it gets pretty bad to even name/say Twilight in a sentence without getting "that look" lol

Thanks for hosting this giveaway!! =)
Happy holidays!! and be safe!

SpadesHigh @ http://SpadesHighReads.com
GFC Follower: SpadesHighReads
TValeros18 AT gmail DOT com

soulunsung said...

I think my paranormal addiction began with all of the Christopher Pike and L.J. Smith books and just kind of evolved from there. I've read a lot of Anne Rice books, as well. I normally play for Team!Vampires, but lately I've been delving more and more into the pool of Zombies and coming up all shifters/werewolves. But, Witches are my favorite thing, because I love the mythology that come with them and Faeries. ;)

Suz @ A Soul Unsung
susanhaugland@att.net

Keisha said...

My addiction started years ago when rading a Christine Feehan book love it :-)

ktalley28@gmail.com

Sherry said...

Yes I have a major paranormal book addiction. I've been hooked on them forever. I think that MaryJanice Davidson werewolf books got me started on my addiction.

sstrode at scrtc dot com

quimbayai said...

i was hooked since i was young... first it was big wolf on campus, buffy the vampire slayer, and charm tv shows. when i got older sookie stackhouse series and true blood (eric) got me hooked all over again.

quimbayai@hotmail.com

Tara W said...

My paranormal addiction started many, many years ago when I first read Salem's Lot. Now I lean toward paranormal romances. Vamps, weres, demons- I love them all.

mizztuts AT bellsouth DOT net

janhvi said...

i have a major paranormal addiction.it originally started from the twilight series by stephanie meyer and then just the little urban fantasy and paranormal books kept me much more interested than any othe genre.i love reading paranormal as it really helps my imagination in various books.

GFC-Janhvi Jagtap
justjanhvi at gmail dot com

Megan@Riverina Romantics said...

I'm a major PNR addict! I read them sporadically up until a few years ago. Then I read the Twilight series and haven't stopped with the PNR's since!

rootml1 AT hotmail DOT com

Anonymous said...

Doesn't everyone have an Paranormal addiction? Mine started with one of my brothers buying me Shades of Gray by Amanada Ashley. I was hooked after that`

Anonymous said...

Oops forgot my email address!
cgorcsi(at)hotmail(dot)com

Kim Pickett said...

I honestly can't remember when it started. I think it might've been the Sookie Stackhouse books by Charlaine Harris!

Kim
bookbutterfly9 at gmail dot com

Thanks so much!

jessica said...

I do have a paranormal addiction. It's hard to remember what books started it but the one book that stands out to me is Dark Fire by Christine Feehan. I think that started my paranormal romance addiction.
jessangil at gmail dot com

Jolene and Family said...

I read in every genre, but paranormal is always my go to books. I love the worlds that these books invite you into and it's so easy to leave reality behind and let your imagination go. Paranormals is what got me reading again after a 7 year break. Larissa Ione's Demonica series is what drew me and also what hooked me and I've been lost in the world of vamps, weres and any other paranormal creature since

june111(at)att(dot)net

Liz said...

I read different genres as well BUT paranormal is my favorite. Its the best :) I love it. I think Intertwined by Gena Showalter started my obsession... its one of my all time favorites.
-Liz

TapiaL1993[AT]yahoo[DOT]com