Jul 1, 2008

Internet Sites of Paranormal Interest

Here is a place for those, like me, who are intrigued by ghosts and there hunters. "Welcome to The Shadowlands Ghosts and Haunting page, the Internet's original ghost website. We have assisted 1000's of people through this website alone. We have also educated the general public and ghost hunters from the points of view of researchers as well as that of someone who is experiencing things they do not understand. This page is a place where you can get information, comfort and help - Dave Juliano and Tina Carlson."

Amberkatze Book Blog has an excellent review of the vampire comedy Accidentally Dead by Dakota Cassidy.

To win a copy of Black Magic Woman by Justin Gustainis go IMMEDIATELY to Temple Library Reviews and make a comment to be entered. Entries must be in by July 4th!

Enter to win all 12 books in the Dark-Hunter® Library signed by Sherrilyn Kenyon! This offer from St. Martin's Press is to celebrate the upcoming publication of Acheron on August 5, 2008. Also find information on receiving a free copy of Kenyon's Seize the Night.

The Morganville Vampires is a popular Young Adult series by Rachel Caine. Book one The Glass House was published in 2006. The publisher's blurb read: "Welcome to Morganville, Texas. Just don't stay out after dark. College freshman Claire Danvers has had enough of her nightmarish dorm situation, where the popular girls never let her forget just where she ranks in the school's social scene: somewhere less than zero...
Read the Morganville short story Lunch Date.

Go to DragonBytes.com for full texts of classic vampire stories: Vampyre by John Polidori; Feast of Blood/ Varney the Vampyre by James Malcolm Rymer; Carmilla by Sheridan Le Fanu; Dracula's Guest by Bram Stoker: Dracula by Bram Stoker, and from the lunatic fringe comes The Vampire: His Kith and Kin by the eccentric clergyman Montague Summers.

Mippy Carlson has posted a review of Twilight Falls
(The Darkyn: Book 6) by Lynn Viehl on Paranormal Romance. Carlson says, "there are also some revelations that will shock long- time readers of the series."

Davida Mclea, guest blogger on Bitten By Books, wrote an interesting article on ley lines which some believe to be a source of magic in the world.

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