Tag Archives: Lori Brighton

Love YA Urban Fantasy? Get The Mind Readers Free!

Get YA urban fantasy The Mind Readers for FREE on Amazon Kindle – until Saturday! Continue reading

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Indie Fiction Challenge: January Wrap Up

The aim of the challenge is to read 24 indie fiction works in 2011. Each must be by a different author, and every author’s surname must begin with a different letter, for a total of 24 out of 26 letters … Continue reading

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The Mind Readers by Lori Brighton – YA Urban Fantasy

I’ve chatted about Lori Brighton before here on QAZ — and even reviewed her paranormal romance The Ghost Hunter — so it’s already clear to all that I enjoy Lori’s writing style and think of her as an exemplary indie … Continue reading

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Giveaway Winners Announced!

You may remember that a while back I interviewed indie author Lori Brighton about her paranormal romance The Ghost Hunter — and if you’re taking part in the indie reading challenge and like romance, I highly recommend checking her work … Continue reading

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Interview & Giveaway! Lori Brighton On Writing Romance

Romance novels aren’t just about sex, they’re about romance and falling in love and giving up everything for that person you care about. And, of course, they offer readers that hope of a happily ever after. Really, without love and hope, what’s the point? Continue reading

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Fallen Angels, Ghosts & A Demon Lurking in the Basement

Many thanks to the author for the review copy. The Ghost Hunter by Lori Brighton While this is the first of Lori Brighton’s work I read, I can safely say that Brighton numbers among the better indie published paranormal romances … Continue reading

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Reader’s Log #4: more books to read!

When I set the goal of reading 100 books in a year, I never actually thought I’d make it. And halfway through the year, when I reached 50, I considered dropping the challenge all together because it was taking up … Continue reading

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