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jamieloganbrenner
January 4 2014

First Look: Alma Katsu’s The Descent (January 7, 2014)

Alma Katsu’s  The Descent Gallery  / January 7, 2014 / $16.00 print, $11.66 digital Alma Katsu’s acclaimed supernatural trilogy that began with The Taker and sparked...
SyndeKorman
June 6 2013

Good Writing, Great Stories: Literary Fiction Meets Paranormal Romance

Like the vampire on the prowl for fresh prey, it seems that the paranormal element is on a search for new territory. The hunt is closing in on the Literary Fiction Genre. Is this shift a result of fiction...
AlmaKatsu
January 23 2013

Author Alma Katsu on Paranormal Romance: Does it Still Have a Bite?

Author Alma Katsu's Taker trilogy is a dark paranormal historical, and Alma has been with us before to talk about dark historicals, so today we've asked her to H&H to discuss the other element...
SageSpelling
December 31 2012

Ring in with Romance!: Best of 2012, Day 5

May old friends be forgot? We don't think so! We're celebrating our favorite reads with five days of the Best of 2012. We asked our bloggers for their favorite recommendations of 2012,...
AlmaKatsu
July 12 2012

Author Alma Katsu on Dark Historicals

Today, H&H welcomes author Alma Katsu to the site. Alma’s The Reckoning, the second book in the Taker trilogy, has just been released, and is a dark, sexy read, as was the first book, The Taker....
teamhandh
July 6 2012

Now Win This!: Alma Katsu

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ChelseaMueller
April 22 2012

Refreshing Reads: Kevin Hearne, Alma Katsu, Eve Silver, and Mira Grant

As an avid reader, I find myself falling into period ruts. Where each book I read may be good, but it doesn’t excite me. It doesn’t make me run to Twitter and abuse the caps lock. And, well, it...