We are so excited to bring you the Mardi Gras Blog Parade for The Supernatural Chronicles! The Supernatural Chronicles is a fantastic box set with stories from ten different authors each celebrating a distinct supernatural creature! This is the Supernatural Chronicles: The New Orleans Collection. The Tour goes from February 1st-February 10th with different authors and content each day of the tour! Make sure you check out each stop along the way and enter to win the 1 of 10 Mystery Boxes!! See why everyone is talking about #DYNAMIS, and stop by The Supernatural Chronicles Facebook Discussion Group!
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Ten authors and one grand scheme of mayhem and magic
in the depths of New Orleans.
About The Supernatural Chronicles: The New Orleans Collection:
Beneath the brow of Bourbon and French architecture, the iris of New Orleans swirls with flecks of worlds and beings unknown to mankind. Come with us as we chronicle their journey—each supernatural race must hunt for an offering in hopes of saving their own. Skinwalkers, Wolves, Vampires, Dragons, Succubi, Witches, Necromancers, Cupids, and Asgardians are all in danger of losing control as an uprising darkness threatens to rip the veil that protects them all from the great beyond.
Ten original novellas, following each supernatural race as they fight an elusive enemy, are written by New Adult authors Lila Felix, Kristie Cook, Brenda Pandos, Delphina Henley, Julia Crane, Jamie Magee, Morgan Wylie, Kallie Ross, S.T. Bende, and Rebecca Ethington. Come join them for the hunt and discover hidden treasures inside.
Don’t miss each of the individual Supernatural Chronicles!
Supernatural Chronicles: The Skinwalkers by Lila Felix
Supernatural Chronicles: The Wolves by Kristie Cook
Supernatural Chronicles: The Vampires by Brenda Pandos
Supernatural Chronicles: The Dragons by Delphina Henley
Supernatural Chronicles: The Succubi by Julia Crane
Supernatural Chronicles: The Witches by Jamie Magee
Supernatural Chronicles: The Necromancers by Morgan Wylie
Supernatural Chronicles: The Cupids by Kallie Ross
Supernatural Chronicles: The Asgardians by S.T. Bende
Supernatural Chronicles: The Noir by Rebecca Ethington
Mardi Gras Blog Parade Schedule:
Southern Vixens Book Obsessions
A Book a Day Keeps the Boredom At Bay
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents
Grownupfangirl / oh the book feels
Supernatural Chronicles: THE SUCCUBI Synopsis:
When a cryptic letter is left at the doorway of her dormitory, nineteen-year-old succubus Skylark Quinn is sent in place of her nemesis, Alexis, on a top secret mission. Why she has to go with Kragan Kane—the biggest jerk, and hottest incubus on campus—is beyond her, but the decision’s well above her pay grade.
All Skylark knows for sure is the ancients are keeping secrets and the supernatural community is on edge. Rumors claim immortals’ powers are at risk, but burdened by a supernatural power she despises, why should Skylark even care?
The Supernatural Chronicles was a different way for authors to collaborate, how did you find the process?
I have to say I wasn’t sure what I was getting into when I agreed to take part in this serial set, but it turned out better than I could have expected. It was fun because we were all in the same world, and yet we had our own part of it, much like real life. Everyone is living in their own little worlds not aware of what is going on with others or even realize how their lives are intersecting. I loved the way it turned out and hope to work with these authors again.
Why did you choose Succubi? We’re the creatures decided for you or did you have a say?
We got to pick which supernatural we wanted to write. I’ve been intrigued by the idea of succubi since I was younger. I always felt they got a bad rap. I mean, it’s not their fault they have to live off human energy. I like the human element that was involved in this storyline.
Was there a lot of planning involved working with so many authors?
Yes, more planning than any other collaboration I’ve been involved in. It was interesting because everyone has different ideas, so it was fun to brainstorm. But I have to admit, it also took me out of my comfort zone. We had a lot of Skype meetings, which was something I’ve never done. There were also the videos to promote which scared the daylights out of me, but they turned out to be a lot of fun.
Were your characters new or were they already in a fictional world you’ve written?
Brand new. I debated bringing in some of my other characters but the idea of introducing a new world was appealing to me. I ended up really loving the storyline and the characters. So much so that I decided to write a sequel to The Succubi. It’s available now for pre-order.
Can we expect to see more collaborations with the Dynamis authors?
Yes! We are already in talks of the next set.
About Julia Crane:
Julia Crane dreamt of elves and teen androids long before she captured them and put them on paper. She’s written and released over fifteen young adult and new adult titles over the past two and a half years. From science fiction adventures to succubus, Julia’s fresh voice is easy to read and imaginative. Widely known for her Keegan’s Chronicles and IFICS series, she’s hit numerous bestselling list on Amazon.
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