Thursday, August 13, 2009

Harlequin Teen Blog Tour & Giveaway

Harlequin TEEN and the Power of Paranormal
(By editor Natashya Wilson)


Welcome to the latest stop on the Harlequin TEEN blog tour! Thanks so much to Sci Fi Guy for hosting us today. Although Harlequin TEEN is acquiring stories across all genres, our lineup does include a large number of paranormal titles—a little more than 50 percent in 2010. Here’s why….

When the company green-lighted Harlequin TEEN, we initially sought the type of projects that would appeal to readers of the many paranormal titles that were burning up the bestseller charts. We had already contracted a strong futuristic YA story from Maria V. Snyder, Inside Out (April 2010), set in mysterious dystopian world with an engaging loner-turned-leader heroine. The story couldn’t be released right away for various reasons, and we began the search for more paranormal titles. And the flood of paranormal-themed submissions began….

We were fortunate to have talented authors in-house who came up with just the type of stories we wanted, and soon had our launch titles My Soul to Take (on shelves now!) by Rachel Vincent and Intertwined (September 2009) by Gena Showalter ready to lead off the program. We felt these titles suited today’s market perfectly while still offering unique paranormal themes, story elements we hadn’t seen before—Rachel’s story features a heroine who discovers she’s a banshee, and Gena’s stars a teen hero with four souls, each with its own paranormal ability—trapped in his body.

The imprint soon opened up to all story types—contemporary, historical, mystery and more—and we began to receive a variety of submissions. But the bulk of the projects we received were still paranormal. How much so? At an educated guess (being the person who receives the bulk of the submissions!), I would say about 90 percent. With that kind of bias, it is no wonder that our list includes a strong paranormal lineup!

The high number of paranormal projects on the YA market these days is no doubt in part due to the continuing appetite for paranormal stories. With the success of Twilight, paranormal books have recently become the focus of much media attention, and projects such as P. C. Cast and Kristin Cast’s House of Night series, Richelle Mead’s Vampire Academy books, and Alyson Noel’s Immortals titles remain high in the rankings on sales tracking lists. A glance at Neilsen Bookscan’s sales numbers from last week alone shows a top-selling YA paranormal trade paperback title selling about 80,000 units and the top-selling YA contemporary trade title about 8,000 units—and I don’t see the thirst for paranormal stories being quenched anytime soon.

Is this craze for all things paranormal a new phenomenon? No. As a long-time lover of wrinkles in time, phantom toll booths, and strangers with my face, I know I’ve long been a fan of all things weird and wonderful. Children and teens have always been fascinated with the paranormal, and while book sales trends may wax and wane, I believe that will always be true. Today we’re also noticing a high crossover readership, as many adult paranormal/urban fantasy titles enjoy success and their readers seek out the popular YA titles as well. Readers of all ages seem to be re-discovering the power of paranormal YA.

So…what other types of paranormal themes can you expect from Harlequin TEEN? To start, we’re reprinting two wonderful romantic fantasy stories from P. C. Cast, Elphame’s Choice (October 2009) and Brighid’s Quest (March 2010), both set in the fantasy world of Partholon, featuring goddesses, centaurs, half-demon-half vampires and more. Julie Kagawa’s Iron Fey novels feature faeries of all kinds, beginning with The Iron King (February 2010) and The Iron Daughter (August 2010). Douglas Rees’s Majix: Notes from a Serious Teen Witch is a lighter paranormal tale featuring—you guessed it—a teen witch, and we’ve got more Soul Screamers books from Rachel Vincent—My Soul to Save (January 2010) and My Soul to Keep (June 2010) along with the next Intertwined Novel, Unraveled (September 2010), from Gena Showalter as well. September 2010 will also bring a new ghost-focused series from newcomer Mara Purnhagen, whose first title, Tagged (March 2010), is a contemporary story.

For more details on the Harlequin TEEN paranormal titles, check out this previous blog tour post on Harlequin’s Paranormal Blog. And please, let us know…what are your favorite paranormal themes? What have you seen too much of, and what would you like to see more of? Comment here and be entered to win a copy of one of our launch titles, My Soul to Take and Intertwined, or a Harlequin TEEN T-shirt! Thanks for joining us today. We hope to see you at our next stop, Librarilly Blonde, on August 17!



Thank you Natashya and everyone else on the Harlequin Teen team for visiting with us today! What a terrific lineup of YA books.

GIVEAWAY GUIDELINES:

  1. And please, let us know…what are your favorite paranormal themes? What have you seen too much of, and what would you like to see more of? Comment here and be entered to win your choice of one of the launch titles, My Soul to Take or Intertwined, or your choice of one of the Harlequin TEEN T-shirts!
  2. Two names will be drawn at random.
  3. Giveaway runs until Midnight, August 19. I'll announce the winners next Thursday.
  4. For an extra entry, blog about the Harlequin Teen Blog Tour and Giveaway and leave the link in the comments.

79 comments:

  1. I wouldn't lump futuristic in with paranormal. To me, futuristics are science fiction, which is based on FACT. Paranormals are fantasy, which is based on MYTH. Thus I don't like how science fiction and fantasy are often thrown in the same pod when clearly they are two different things ;-)

    But I'm an unintelligent lass, so what would I know? ;-)

    In short: what I'm trying to say is...I'd love to see more futuristics, and thus less paranormals. But I'm in the minority (and a foreign one at that, since HarlequinTEEN is only in the US and Canada right now), so I don't speak for the masses ;-)

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  2. My taste so far has run to werewolves and demons. I really enjoy some of the others, such as Rachel Vincents Banshee character, and Suzanne McLeods mix of vamps, witches and fae. My favorite YA novel (that I've been able to buy so far) is Strange Angels by Lili St.Crow. That one's pretty heavy duty. I'm always on the look out for YA books that would be good for a middle school library, but there's such a variety of material out there for YA that it's a little confusing for me. I have to skim a lot of books (so I don't get censored).

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  3. I'd like to see more non-dystopian futuristic books. I'm talking about aliens and space ships and things blowing up. Books where the action is spliced with romance.

    I still love vampires and werewolves and demons. I'm not big on witches, though, and as far as teen lit goes, I'm really sick of kids going to 'special schools'.

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  4. I like the parallel worlds crated by Clive Barker with non-human creatures that have human qualities(the worst normally)making them seem very close to real.

    maarte(dot)bouwman(at)ets(dot).it

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  5. i love amything supernatural especially with an angels and demons theme , but vampires and creaturs are all good too
    roswello at hotmail dot com

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  6. What's up with the links for "Harlequins Paranormal Blog" and "Librarilly Blonde"?- both links go to the same place.

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  7. Hi :)
    I love fantasy of all types, be it Horror, Urban, Steampunk, etc.
    Heck, I love Fiction of all types, be it Mystery, Suspense, SF, Fantasy, Historical, Romance, etc, etc.
    I would love to see more of ...
    GREAT BOOKS!
    :)
    All the best,
    twitter: @RKCharron
    xoxo
    PS - I already have those two books so I'd go for the T-Shirt.

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  8. Elizabeth thanks for catching that. The "Harlequins Paranormal Blog" link has been fixed now.

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  9. Nice post. I'm with Tez in wanting to see more futuristic stories though, love them. Looking forward to "Inside Out" because of this. :)

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  10. I really enjoy reading about futuristic paranormal: robots and werewolves kinda thing. I don't find that too much. Thanks for hosting Harlequin TEEN and please enter me in the giveaway, I would enjoy Intertwined!

    Miranda
    mdwartistry at yahoo dot com

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  11. My favorite paranormal theme is vampires. I have loved vampires all my life. My first book I loved completely was Secret Vampire by L.J. Smith. I have seen right now a problem in paranormal where some of the love stories do not make sense and the chemistry seems wrong.

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  12. I don't really have a favorite theme for my paranomral novels, but I need some kind of love story in there or I don't get into the story as much. I just love to see relationships progress.
    Anything we see too much? Well vampires are really out there. I like reading them, it won't stop me from buying a book because it's about vampires, but something else feels refreashing!

    Thanks a lot for the giveaway =)

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  13. eep

    I forgot to post my email cindysku07@aol.com

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  14. I would love to see more angels. I know a few years ago, that was all the rage, and I think I'd like to see that come back again.

    melanies--musings@live.com

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  15. I like vampires and werewolves.I'd like to see more angel books.
    I like Rachel Vincent's idea of Banshee's.
    elaing8(at)netscape(dot) net

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  16. I've only read vampires and demons but would like to see more crossovers instead of just focussing on one paranormal thread.

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  17. I like werewolves, shapeshifters, and vampires the most.
    It would be great to see more angels, ghosts and other paranormal characters that aren't feaured often.

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  18. Love paranormal but sometimes think vampires have been overplayed. I'm really glad to see a banshee pop up. They have always been one of favorite mythical creatures. If I win I would prefer Intertwined though.

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  19. I love the idea of bringing in paranormmal aspects that haven't been "overdone". Banshees, centaurs, satyrs, fauns, mermaids, leprechauns, weres of unusual breeds, and some other types are coming out to shake up the werewolf, vampire, demon, fae scene. I DO believe that it is difficult to combine very many of these "types" and mess with the basic beliefs about them and still keep track of the characters and plotlines.

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  21. Hi there! I'm very fond of vampires, but I do think that people are running out of creative ways to write about them. I'd actually like to see more paranormal fiction dealing with non-European magical creatures, like the Japanese kitsune, the Indian rakshasa, or even the Assyrian lilitu. I'm seeing an increased interest in the Arabian djinn lately, which is awesome.

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  22. I really enjoy urban fantasy/paranormal stories that have a wide variety of supernatural beings. I tend to like a series that has vamps, weres, fae, etc a little more than a series with just vamps or just weres. Plus, right now I'm on a bit of a faerie kick.

    Although I will always love vampires, I do think there are a few too many. And, especially in YA, I want to see more shapeshifters/weres. Plus, I'm always up for something new (like Rachel Vincent's bean sidhes).

    My Soul to Take was amazing and I already own a copy, so I'd love to win a copy of Intertwined! It sounds so interesting.

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  23. Hi Doug! I pretty much like all of the Paranormals. Vamps, shifters, demons, angels etc. love them all, but what about a gargoyle? That could be interesting! I also like a mix of more that one paranormal. Thanks for the great post.

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  24. Hi everyone -- Amy from Harlequin here. Thanks so much to Doug for posting Natashya's blog and for everybody's comments! It's so interesting to read about the different "creatures" you're interested in reading about.

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  25. My answer to both is vampires. I LOVE vampires and vampire novels, but we are becoming a bit inundated with them now. I want to see less 'teenage, romantic vampire' and more books with vampires who are genuinely bad. Vicious vampires!

    Blogged: http://www.morbid-romantic.net/2009/08/13/book-giveaways-08-10-08-16/.

    Valorie
    morbidromantic@gmail.com

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  26. I like time travel, parallel universes and wrinkles in time the best and would like to see more.

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  27. My favorite paranormal characters are vampires. I also read books about werewolves, demons and others. I like to see how different authors have a different take on vampires and how they can differ from the old cinematic Dracula type vampire.

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  28. I like werewolves, humane vampires and the stories that seem a mix of paranormal and fantasy - like George R.R.Martin series.

    I also like those stories when the hero has some sort of power, which I guess falls under fantasy.

    gaby317nyc AT gmail DOT com

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  29. I would love to see more steampunk, parallel universes, and blends of science fiction and fantasy. Some of my favorite paranormal things to read about are:

    - vampires
    - other/secret underworlds
    - I happen to like the "special" schools
    - shapeshifters (but not were-anything, I mean beings who can change their appearance)
    - fae
    - parallel universes!
    - some metaphysical stuff

    paradoxrevealed (at) aim (dot) com

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  30. I'm getting sick of vampires and werewolves, but really like faery themes, as long as they have an original twist.
    Thanks!
    JenP
    jpetroroy@gmail.com

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  31. like all type of paranormals but the vamps and shifters and getting overdone. But there are ones that I still love. Love witches, demons, superheroes. aliens, and anything unusually. Also like regular humans with extra powers. I have MSTT already and would love one of those t's

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  32. I'm going to be annoying and say I like all the different paranormal themes (because it's true!), but I have a special fondness for vamps, and I haven't gotten sick of them yet.

    I would like to see more time travels. They used to be very popular years ago, and I always enjoy them, but time travel has definitely taken a back seat to all the different paranormal "creatures" the past few years.

    Great interview!

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  33. I'm not really SICK of anything. I mean after awhile it gets a little old to read about the same thing, but then you can read about the same thing and someone has a fresh spin on it and I love it.
    I really would love to see more of everything paranormal- just with authors own unique spin on it, that makes it fantastic!

    As for paranormal themes, I really honestly don't have a favorite. I mean I love Strange Angels by Lili St Crow, the Vampire Academy Series by Richelle Mead, etc - I love stuff all over the board.

    thebookcellar@wi.rr.com

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  34. Yikes! Please enter me into the contest, pretty please!

    mischivusfairy-spamme2 AT yahoo DOT com

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  35. I think I'm done with generic vampire paranormal. Some new, unusual idea using vampires? I'd give it a shot but I'd rather read a paranormal with wizards, were animals, or such like.

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  37. I think my favourite paranormal themes involve the fae. I've seen too much in the way of vamps recently and though I enjoy stories about them, I could do with a bit less. I wouldn't mind seeing more of oh I dunno, maybe Greek mythology, mermaids, and mages...but not necessarily all at the same time. :D

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  38. Favorite themes: vampires (although there is too much in this category at the moment); werewolves (which I've heard is the next up-and-comer, although I've only read a few).

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  39. I love paranormal in general ^^ As to my preference in themes, while I love many books written about vampires, I think it's gotten a little too much love of late. I like reading books on creatures you don't hear about much like selkies or bean sidhes (that was awesome Rachel) I guess what I'm trying to say is I love a unique take, whether on a completely new species, or a 360 on an old favorite.

    Cheers~
    Adrienne
    blacklisted_monkey(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  40. I love vampires, werewolves, faeries, elves, etc.
    throuthehaze at gmail dot com

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  41. Hi Doug!

    Tez is right that scifi is based on fact and paranormal is a step away from reality, but each is great as their own sub-genre.

    I love both, can't get enough. What I really enjoy is when there is a mixing of the genres, paranormal scifi, it's too cool. One of my favorite combinations is Close Encounters by Katherine Allred. It's scifi involving space travel, psychic ability. It's paranormal in the sense that the use of the psychic abilities by the aliens encountered and their ability to become what their opposite needs.

    It's all a fun journey for me.

    I love vampires, shifters, anything that involves the use of my imagination!

    Thanks for a great contest!

    Dottie :)

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  42. I posted your contest under my banner at http://myblog2point0.blogspot.com/

    Thanks again Doug!

    Dottie :)

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  43. I love anything paranormal and I think I go through stages as to my fav theme. Sometimes I am in the mood for shifters, sometimes vampires or sometimes something totally different. I also love demons, angels and witches. I love when a author takes liberties over myths and makes them his or her own!!

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  44. I love anything supernatural/paranormal. Angels seem to be my new fascination. There's not to much out there, so I'd like to read more. I am getting a little tired of vampires.

    tinaigne[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  45. I love vampire and shapeshifter paranormals.

    Please count me in.

    cindyc725 at gmail dot com

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  46. Thanks for the post! Its funny when I read YA, I always go for fantasy and paranormal, but I lean more towards contemporary in adult books. I'm willing to read anything paranormal as long as it sounds good. My favourites are shifter stories though. I have gotten a bit tired of vampires, but i'm not about to give up on them if they look worth reading. However, I'm always looking for something unique that hasn't been done very often in the genre. Rachel Vincent's My Soul to Take, for example, is one of my fave YA novels this year and I can't wait to read Gena Showalter's Intertwined (especially since I'm already a big fan of her adult novels). I'm looking forward to reading more from the Harlequin TEEN line.

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  47. I like demons and valkyries in paranormal novels!

    delilah0180(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  48. I enjoy all of the themes but my fave is shifters and werewolves. Great post and giveaway.

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  49. I like the supernatural stuff like angels and demons. Kinds of getting tired of all the vampire stuff and "special schools".

    I'd like to see more mythology.

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  50. Faeries. Now before you throw me out of your blog, let me explain.

    Most people think of them as ethereal, dainty and tinker-bell like. The nice thing about a lot of the "modern" takes on faeries - like books by Melissa Marr and Holly Black - is that there can be a wicked, malevolent side to these mystical creatures. Dangerous beauty that sucks you in and is certain to never leave you the same.

    That being said, I'm really anticipating Gena Showalter's release, Intertwined. She's an amazing PNR writer in the adult arena; I can't wait to see what she can do in YA. And the synopsis looks too amazing to pass up.

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  51. I do like the trend of angels that are making a presence on the shelves.
    I'm not sure I can say I am tired of any of the paranormal critters I see out there. If I get weary, I move onto another critter.

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  52. Thanks for sharing. I cant wait to read My Soul to Take.

    I am always looking for more ghost stories in fiction. Scary, funny or anywhere in between.

    bacchus76 at myself dot com

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  53. Great post and there are so many great choices coming out soon. I am a huge fan of paranormal and I do love vampires and werewolves, but I am leaning towards demons lately.

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  54. Vampires!!!
    I've loved Vampires all my life and I'm just loving that there is so many Vamp novels now.
    :D I like Werewolves too, but mainly it's just the Vampires.. :D

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  55. I love fantsy books i think there amazing i love werewolves, witches and vampires, not so much deamons .

    i'd love a copy of my soul to take :)

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  56. My favorite paranormal theme is a teenager with psychic/supernatural powers. I’ve seen to much time travel and such.

    Shadowofwonder47[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  57. I like time travel and ghosts. I'm tired of vampires,werewolves and demons.

    Intertwined

    Carol M
    mittens0831 AT aol.com

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  58. No favorite theme per se, it doesn't bother me how many times werewolves (weres of any sort really lol) or vampires or witches or fae are written about- it's HOW well they're written. Especially when it makes you think- "why can't I live in THIS reality???"

    Though angels or nehphilim have yet to be explored in depth and I would love to see more of that particular theme :) Anything to do with mythology is always exciting as well.

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  59. Please enter me! dasuzuki at yahoo dot com. I know a lot of people say the vampire theme is over done but as long as it's written well I can't get enough.

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  60. Too many vampires. Just give us something original, PLEASE!

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  61. I love werewolves, shapeshifters, vampires. As long as the story is good,original and takes me away from my life for a couple of hours.
    aliens72a@gmail.com

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  62. I really love paranormal books which involve either ghosts/psychics, or people who have gifts they're trying to deal with. I'd like to see more of that (there have only been a few "ghost" books lately). I'd REALLY like to see less vampires. Granted, some of the books are amazing. But it seems like every other book I pick up now has to do with vampires.

    -Lizzy
    Cornucopiaofreviews@gmail.com

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  63. I really enjoy paranormal books that are original or have a twist that is rarely used. I love books like The Host which have premises that are rarely used. Personally, I am sick of the vampire elements. I do still enjoy vampire books, but I hate when it is like so many others I have read.

    Kate
    neverendingshelf@gmail.com

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  64. i love books with either strong or subtle paranormal themes! However, I have noticed that many books out just now for teens feature very strong paranormal storylines that revolve entirely around one character who has some kind of paranormal ability, characteristic, or who lives in an entirely different world. I would LOVE to see a book where the paranormal aspects are subtle, more of an undercurrent to the story, not as important as the story itself.

    I'm getting a little tired of vampires and fairies to tell the truth... i have found that once I've read a few authors who tell stories of a particular "type" extremely well, I don't have any desire or need to keep reading those kinds of stories, instead I look for something new, something different. There are only so many ways to dress up a vampire, faery or some other supernatural creature after all!

    Please enter me in the contest! Both books look great, and I've heard a lot about My Soul to Take!

    Thanks!

    Emily

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  65. I have always been a huge sucker for the vampire paranormal genre (okay...pun not intended but now that I think about it...intended) but I'll admit it's been overused. If there is going to be a good vampire series the author has GOT to take a novel but not odd approach. (Redheaded step-child by jaye wells was a pretty good effort)

    I, however, do NOT like fantasy that is so far out there that it requires a whole new universe construct. Too Lord of the rings for me. I like it more where there is a world in the seedy underbelly that us mortals, muggles, mudanes, non-supes,ect, don't know about.

    -brittany

    brittanynoelle at gmail dot com

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  66. I love those sorts of paranormal books that are in urban settings with things like shape shifters and old fae magic combining. The Kate Daniels is a standout for me for that particular reason. But really, if it has interesting characters, I'll be sucked right in...

    Thanks!
    mmillet at gmail dot com

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  67. I love the vampire, werewolf, witches, demons etc...hate time traveling or ET type...

    Froggy
    froggarita(at)gmail.com

    added a link on my new book blog
    http://froggaritavillesbookcase.blogspot.com/

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  68. I don't know really! I love everything! And I love seeing something new, like with Rachel Vincent's My Soul to Take, that was the first bean sidhe I've come across. I still love the usual suspects: vampires, werewolves--lycans, witches, ghosts, necromancers, psychics, etc, etc! I'm not picky about my paranormals!

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  69. Posted the contest link on my blog. It's on my blogger account, http://jessica-agreatread.blogspot.com/

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  70. I have just read about vampires so right now, too many vamps. But that is only cos of the books I have found. If I had had others I would perhaps had a wider group of paranormals. So less vamps and more mythology, gods

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  71. I am tired of nice vampires I want them to be evil..lol I love real world but with sci-fi twists. Not much too new world building..

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  72. Shawna Lewis
    weloveourdogs@juno.com

    Well, I love anything that has to do with Fantasy I have been reading hunger games and just love it!!! But I do have to say I am getting a little tired of the Vamp books. It seems after Twilight everyone & their dog seems to have gotten on this band wagon and have stomped it into the unholy ground!!!
    Thanks for this chance to win !!!
    Winks and Smiles ;o) Shawna

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  73. I've read a lot of vampire stuff. It can get tiring sometimes. So I've branched out alot lately to shapes shifters, demons & sexy time-traveling men. LOL!

    kenos89@gmail.com

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  74. Mary D
    zenrei57 (at) hotmail (dot) com

    Myself, I prefer the 'old school' paranormal themes (e.g. vampire) versus time traveling shape shifting winged dragon type of fantasy's (for my taste there is a little too much anything goes in fantasy, thus when it comes to futuristics - I prefer more 'hard science' writers of old (like Asimov and Clark).

    A lot of the new YA paranormals are fun reads, not too heavy or necessarily thought provoking - just FUN and that is why they are a great break from other works.

    I'm pretty excited to see what all HarlequinTeen has up its sleeve - and I can't wait to read them :) And I love books, so really everything has merit so I'm not as picky as I sound lol

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  75. Anything paranormal works for me but i have to agree, "paranormal schools" are a bit overdone.

    Jess S.

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  76. I love to read paranormal, but paranormal with a romance element is my favorite. I've seen enough of the whole weakling witches stuff, they need to be cool, more indepenent, and tuffer, more powerful. I'd like to see more powerful, kick butt characters.

    [Intertwined book]


    kaylajohnson3969@sbcglobal.net

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