Finding Her Tribe: Dinah of Seneca

on May 22, 2018

My story is about a woman who wants a home and a family. Because, while Warriors of Seneca includes science fiction and fantasy concepts and while I placed Romans and Vikings into the same universe (because it’s fun), and while there are some intense scenes of battle in the tale, at the center of this… Read More

Corrina Lawson

Corrina Lawson

Corrina is a writer, mom, geek and occasional superhero. She’s a former newspaper reporter with a degree in journalism from Boston University, she works from home writing romance novels with a geeky twist and as the Content Director of GeekMom.com. Her novels include The Curse of the Brimstone Contract, a romantic steampunk mystery; the award-winning and USA Today-recognized superhero romance series, the Phoenix Institute, which includes: Phoenix Rising, Luminous, Phoenix Legacy, Ghost Phoenix, Ghosts of Christmas Past, and Phoenix Inheritance; and the erotic Freya’s Gift, a tale of Vikings in North America and a fertility ritual.

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FIVE THINGS I LEARNED ABOUT THE APOCALYPSE

on August 26, 2016

Hi all!  I hope everyone is having a  wonderful summer.  I’m gearing up for the release of SHADOW FALLING on August 30th.  It’s the second book in the Scorpius Syndrome series, and boy, did I do a lot of research before writing those.  Here are five things I didn’t realize when I started researching what would happen… Read More

Researching for Mercury Striking Freaked Me Out

on January 27, 2016

by Rebecca Zanetti So, I have a new post-apocalyptic series releasing, and I conducted tons of research before starting to write.  Many of the foremost scientists of our times believe a humankind ending disaster is a matter of when and not if.  And these are the smartest people on the planet! Did you know that… Read More

The Valens of Legacy – Where did those stories come from?

on October 13, 2014

by Sherrel Lee Thanks for stopping by to read this blog posting.  I thought I would tell you a bit of how myth, legend and lore became the central focus for the Valens.  I’ve always love myth and have read the classics stories–Greek, Celtic, Roman, and Norse and I realized that as much as I… Read More

Dragons and Virgin Princesses

on February 24, 2014

Dragons and virgin princesses. I’ve always thought the stories of maidens sacrificed to dragons most unfair. Not just the sacrifice, but that if some hero came to save them they were his prize. After all, it could be anyone! And that was the seed for my story, The Dragon and the Princess, which first appeared… Read More

The Dark and Dangerous Hero

on November 21, 2013

Is there anything better, hotter or more intriguing than a sexy, brilliant and tortured hero? A man or a male, if you’re reading paranormal, who’s been deeply and irrevocably hurt by his family, a woman or another in his para clan? Lord, I don’t think so. I love them dangerous and lusty – undecided about kissing… Read More

When Art Inspires Art

on August 5, 2013

I’ve been writing professionally for several years and have multiple published books in various sub-genres to my credit. No matter what I’m writing—contemporary, paranormal, steampunk, historical—I always get the same question. Where do you get your ideas?  Some ideas spring from life experiences—people I’ve known, things I’ve done.  Some of the more fantastical ideas sprout… Read More

Authors, Cats, & the Chairvonian Wars (aka Tweet Inspiration)

on July 31, 2013

Don’t get any cats.  Just don’t.  Get some goldfish instead.  Or guppies.  Guppies are very quiet and peaceful.  They float, wiggle their fins, open and shut their mouths, and in general are colorful but restful creatures.  They’re not as much fun to Tweet about, but… Well, okay, 1 or 2 cats might be okay.  But… Read More

First Kiss…

on July 25, 2013

As a writer, I love the first kiss in a story.  I love planning it and writing it.  The first kiss can set the tone for a book’s sensual level.  It also kick-starts the push and pull of the romance.  I’ve written quick ones, long ones, hot ones, and sweet ones.  If you love romance,… Read More