Category Archives: Paranormal

Secrets of Skin and Stone’s Cover

Earlier this week, my YA paranormal debut had a cover release on YA Books Central, but for those who haven’t seen it, it’s gorgeous and needs to be seen. What I love about this cover is that the idea of gargoyle comes across but so does the gothic tone to the book. The font is just amazing–it feels 3D and […]

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Taming the Pack Wolves

The entire series is now available as a set! While each can be read as a standalone, this series also builds in a longer arc and so having it all in one place is AWESOME. Want to know more? In the first book, Past My Defenses, Vanessa is the fastest wolf shifter around, but she can’t outrun her allergies. When […]

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Writing the Heartbreaking

  Once you start telling people you’re an author, you occasionally run across those who will casually diminish that or the value of your stories. “Oh, if I had more time, I could be too.” “Yeah, but you write romance.” “Do you actually make money at it?” “Oh, I have a great idea for a story…something you should write.” For […]

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Best Contest of ALL TIME

-Related Necklace/Choker Contests! I have a blog tour starting tomorrow for the boxed set of the Servants of Fate series and along with it–another giveaway, so I need to introduce it on here, along with the rules. If you haven’t checked out my Servants of Fate series, it’s now all together and available free on Kindle Unlimited.   And, now, […]

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New Contest, New Tab, New Year

I hope everyone is staying warm…or staying cool if you’re in the southern hemisphere, I suppose. Just be staying…is what I’m saying. So, if you’re reading this on the internet, ta-da! Look above! Waaaaah? Who is Wendy Laine? Wendy Laine is my pen name for my Young Adult paranormal due out Summer 2017. See that tab for more information. In […]

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Servants of Fate Series is out!

Stealing Time first debuted a few years ago. It was one of those times for authors when you write what you want to read. I wanted something different, but magical. The winter holiday season has always seemed to be magical to me, even with the stress of parties, get-togethers, and getting everything ready in time. (I’m an introvert with OCD–those […]

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First 1000 words of Keeping Time

  Ruin hated the years he ended up in the hospital on New Year’s Eve. It should be easier to take the life of someone who was already dying, but being surrounded by others just waiting their turn seemed like a cruel trick the Fates played on him. It reiterated that Ruin wasn’t a benevolent helper every day of the […]

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First 1000 Words of Taking Time

  Bored. “Bored. Bored. Bored.” And he had no confidence whatsoever that tonight would alleviate his condition. Tempus glanced around him at the mortals getting drunker and less interesting by the second. Why squander minutes, let alone hours, in this condition when both were numbered? Especially if you were Joseph Toulouse, age fifty-nine, in the ballroom of this quaint little […]

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First 1000 Words of Stealing Time

  Hannah Lyons was living a charmed life—she’d escaped death thirty-seven times in the last three hundred and fifty-seven days. But Time was about to catch up to her—Time or, in German, Zeit, was nearly upon her… and about to give Hannah back her scarf which she’d dropped nearly as many times as he’d saved her life. Zeit snapped his […]

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Giving Away Time in a Bottle

It’s been a while since I threw stuff at you guys, huh? But I’m trying to get you all jazzed about my Servants of Fate paranormal romance novella series that comes out in November, and, also, I FINALLY started up a newsletter list. (Dudes, do you have any idea how long I’ve been trying to start one? Years. YEARS.) *holds […]

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