Paranormal Romantics Authors - Bios, Books & Links

Our Contributors, in Alphabetical Order:


Elizabeth Alsobrooks enjoys the sunny Sonoran Desert where she lives with her personal editor, Hudson (AKA Maltese), and husband, Kenton, (AKA Irish-Scotsman) at the foot of the beautiful Santa Catalina Mountain Range where she writes Urban Fantasy, Horror, and nonfiction. She is currently working on the next book in her Illuminati series and is collaborating with a photo-graphic artist on a Tarot deck and accompanying manuals that coordinate with the mythology and symbolism behind her Illuminati series. 

Elizabeth's most recent releases are The Book of Life, an Urban Fantasy novel, and "The Opal Ring," a horror tale in Tell-Tale Publishing's Annual Horror Anthology out in October of 2016. Her second book in her Illuminati series, The Tree of Life, will be released early in 2017.

Maureen L. Bonatch writes stories boasting laughter, light suspense and magic in the hope of sharing her love of finding the extraordinary in the ordinary world. 

She writes paranormal romance and fantasy. She is also a Freelance Writing Consultant. She lives in Pennsylvania with the love of her life, widely imaginative twin daughters and a shih tzu who claims himself as alpha male. 

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Diane Burton lives in Michigan with her husband. She has two grown children and five delightful grandkiddies. You’ve probably heard people say that if they’d known grandkids would be so much fun they would have had them first? Diane says that’s true!

A reader all her life, she also loves movies, especially action adventure, mysteries, science fiction, and romantic comedy. Murdock Mysteries, Father Brown, and NCIS are her favorite TV shows. So is it any wonder that she writes science fiction romance, romantic suspense, and mysteries, all with comedic elements?

Her three most recent books are Numbers Never Lie (romantic suspense), The Protector: An Outer Rim Novel, and The Case of the Meddling Mama (an Alex O'Hara mystery). She ventured into writing middle grade fiction with Rescuing Mara's Father, a Science Fiction Adventure, written for her grandchildren.

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Victoria Craven was born to tell stories. Throughout her childhood she was a daydreamer. Growing up she told the most outrageous tales to her friends that got her in trouble now and then. She escaped the mundane to live in her fantasies: She was a mermaid, a princess, a spy, and an explorer trekking across the tundra in Antarctica. Even as an adult she saved just a little part of herself to drift into her dream world.
Then one day she said to herself “I’m going to write a book,” and that’s what she did. She had no idea what it took to be a writer, thinking all you had to do was add some words and ideas to a page and ‘poof,’ a book, and every word was golden. What a rude awakening when her writer friends took her into the light and showed her just how much she had to learn. That process is still going on today!
Victoria has published the first two books in a historical paranormal series with the third one coming out in 2017.  
Currently, she resides in the Grand Rapids, Michigan area with her wonderful husband who spoils her rotten. And from time to time is her critique buddy.  She is the mother of three beautiful daughters, and grandmother to four wonderful grandchildren.
When she isn’t writing, she doting on her grandchildren, or curled up on the couch with her husband, or having a sleepover with her best friends.

And she still saves just a little bit of her life for those daydreams.

Nancy Gideon is the award winning author of over 54 romances ranging from historical, regency and series contemporary suspense to paranormal, with a couple of horror screenplays tossed into the mix.  She works full time as a legal assistant, and when not at the keyboard, feeds a Netflix addiction along with all things fur, fin and fowl. She also writes under the pen names Dana Ransom and Rosalyn West.

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L. A. Kelley is a full-time author of fantasy/sci-adventure books with romance, humor, and a touch of sass. She lives in the South where the heat and humidity have driven everyone slightly mad, and in her spare time calls in Bigfoot sightings to the Department of Fish and Wildlife. They are heartily sick of hearing from her.

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Jane Kindred is the author of epic fantasy series The House of Arkhangel’sk, Demons of Elysium, and the forthcoming Looking Glass Gods. Born in Billings, Montana, she spent her formative years ruining her eyes reading romance novels in the Tucson sun and watching Star Trek marathons in the dark. She now writes to the sound of San Francisco foghorns while two cats slowly but surely edge her off the side of the bed.

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USA Today Bestselling Author, Lea Kirk, loves to transport her readers to other worlds with her sci-fi romances. When she's not busy writing about the blue and green aliens of her Prophecy series, she's hanging out with her hubby, five kids (the nerd herd), and spoiled Dobie mix puppy.

Her most recent books are Prophecy, Salvation (books 1 & 2 of her series, book 3 is in production), and Made for Her (a Kindle Worlds vampire romance)

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A national best selling author, Heather Long lives in Texas with her family and their menagerie of animals. In addition to military romance, Heather writes a wide variety of romance from paranormal historical western romance to contemporary romance and romantic suspense. She loves characters and the stories they have to tell. As a child, Heather skipped picture books and enjoyed the Harlequin romance novels by Penny Jordan and Nora Roberts that her grandmother read to her. Heather believes that laughter is as important to life as breathing and that the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy and Santa Claus are very real. In the meanwhile, she is hard at work on her next novel.

Her three most recent novels are Bad Witch Rising, Raising Kane, and Taking the Stage.

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Linda Nightingale writes across the romance genres (fantasy, sci-fi, contemporary, paranormal) and dark fantasy--whatever captures her Muse's imagination. She is a The Wild Rose Press author, but has a paranormal anthology due for an October release from Class Act Books. She's lived in many places here and abroad, but settled in the big state of Texas. She's a mother, a retired legal assistant, and a dreamer.

Her most recent of eight novels is Morgan D'Arcy: A Vampyre Rhapsody.

Abigail Owen is an award-winning paranormal and contemporary romance author, who resides in Austin, Texas, with her husband and two children.

Abigail grew up consuming books and exploring the world through her writing. She attempted to find a practical career related to her favorite pastime by earning a degree in English Rhetoric (Technical Writing). However, she swiftly discovered that writing without imagination is not nearly as fun as writing with it.

Abigail's 3 most recent releases are: The Boss, The Mate, and White Knight

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When she's not writing the stories in her head, Megan Slayer can be found luxuriating in her hot tub with her two vampire Cabana boys, Luke and Jeremy. She has the tendency to run a tad too far with her muse, so she has to hide in the head of her alter ego, but the boys don't seem to mind. She also masquerades under the name Wendi Zwaduk and is published through Changeling Press, Decadent Publishing, Liquid Silver Books, MLR Press, Resplendence Publishing, and Total-E-Bound Publishing.

Megan’s three most recent books are Switching Gears, Saving Sam, and Running Hot.

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J. Hali Steele wishes she could grow fur, wings, or fangs, so she can stay warm, fly, or just plain bite the crap out of... Well, since she can't, she would much rather roam where her fictional big cats live—in the high desert and mountains of California. She enjoys spending time with her sisters and friends who willingly listen to her ramblings about the paranormal world and anything else that goes bump in the night. They're a captive audience, but she promises to untie them soon!

A multi-published author, when J. Hali's not writing, she can be found snuggled in front of the TV with a good book, a cat in her lap, and a cup of coffee.

Favorite sayings:
Growl and roar—it's okay to let the beast out
Death is overrated as punishment
Life is loud, death comes silently

You can visit her at Facebook; Goodreads; Twitter; Pinterest; A Sovereign Spot; and she answers ALL emails at jhalisteele(at) 

Sandy Wright moved to Arizona 17 years ago and fell in love with the southwest desert, including its Native American influences. After a trip to Sedona, the germ of a novel was born. “I love to take ordinary characters and put them in extraordinary situations that change their view of the world.”

Her first novel, Song of the Ancients, introduces witchcraft and shamanism seen through the eyes of an ordinary woman. Readers interested in witchcraft—or just a dark, spooky tale—will enjoy this paranormal suspense, written by a real-life Wiccan High Priestess. Winner of the Pacific Northwest Writer and Orange Rose Romance contests, Song of the Ancients will be published in 2014.


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