2019 releases

Demon's Dance
Truth Unveiled: A New Adult Urban Fantasy
Path Unchosen: A New Adult Urban Fantasy
Nothing to Lose
Unforsaken
Mage
Embodied
Hood and the Highwaymen
fate uncertain

2018 end of year releases

The Four Horsemen Series Box Set: Books 4 - 7
Binding Blood
BloodWish: The Dantonville Legacy Series Book 4
The Four Horsemen: Bright
The Legend of Gentleman John
Blood for the Spilling
Arcane Awakenings Books Five and Six
Destination Romance
Cursed
The Four Horsemen: Sinister and Tricked: The Halloween Episodes
Twisted Fairytales; Nine paranormal romances: Multi-author box-set
Spirits & Spells True Paranormal Anthology
The Crying Season
Embrace the Passion
Wicked Games
Wicked Heat: Part 3
Sorry We're Closed
Nothing to Hide
Snatched
The Expanding Universe 4: Space Adventure, Alien Contact, & Military Science Fiction

Thursday, 30 June 2011

Magic Thursday - All creatures great and small

What is it about paranormal, supernatural, and/or mythical creatures we love?

The danger, the unknown, the power, the sense of mystery, the fear - all play a part.

And it's not just confined to one country. Cultures around the world and over time, are filled with stories about different creatures.  Some have similar characteristics, others are more confined to an area. Whatever the case, these mythical beings have people thinking 'what if?'.

Here at the DarkSide, we are no different. And we love using them in our work.

Vampires, shape-shifters, werewolves, dragons, angels, demons, fae, djinns, mermaids, unicorns - they are just some of the most common that are featured. Of course there are others.

I'm planning on doing a series of posts about a supernatural/mythical beings on Magic Thursdays, on those weeks we haven't got giveaways or another DarkSider posting. :)

So to get the ball rolling, please let me know, which mythical creatures or beasties, do you want to see featured?



Even the UK Royal Mail has mythical creatures on their stamps

*no giveaway this week*


~Eleni :)

6 comments:

  1. Yep. All of the abovementioned. How about some selkies? Or dryads, nereids? (yeah, there may be a theme in this LOL).

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  2. Would that theme have anything to do with water, perhaps? :D

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  3. I'm over vampires unless they're done as well as jr ward. I'm enjoying the fallen angels and I'm interested in fairies
    Best
    Cathleen

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  4. I'm loving the idea of mermaids/mermans. And I too am a little over vampires, though a good book is a good book (is a good book...)

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  5. Great suggestions everyone. We've got one long list.

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