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Anna Fallon
August 27th, 2007, 06:43 PM
Just where the hell is Spellfire, Texas, you may well ask. More to the point what is it?

Spellfire is a town with a difference...to us ordinary folk, it looks like every other small town. But deep down, it is so much more. If you are a paranormal being in any way, sympathetic to the paranormal set or simply accepted by the residents, you'll see just how unusual this town is.

www.midnightshowcase.com (http://www.midnightshowcase.com) presents the latest in the addictive Spellfire series
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It's nothing like you'd expect, no, it's so much hotter!

Regina
August 29th, 2007, 03:51 PM
Hey Anna,

Looks really good! I've got it on my TBR list. I love paranormal reads, can't get enough of them so this is great. Thanks for sharing!

Regina

Anna Fallon
August 29th, 2007, 07:30 PM
Hi Regina

oh those TBR lists LOL. I take on off the top and put three on the bottom. But I am so glad Spellfire is on yours. Careful Spellfire has been known to be highly addictive.

Anna

Dani
September 2nd, 2007, 11:43 PM
Anna, I do the same thing with my TBR pile. I never get it down to a small pile. It's usually a lagre stack that is threatening to fall. :roflmao:

I'm going to have to check out Spellfire too because I've been reading little bits and pieces here and there and it's catching my attention fast.

jennzilla
September 2nd, 2007, 11:53 PM
I love Spellfire TX. If I could, I'd live there. I'm a Spellfire girl too and proud of it. Yehaw.

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bittenbybooks
September 18th, 2007, 01:14 AM
can you tell me more about this series. Is it meant to be read in order? Is it a collection of short stories per edition? I looked at the website, but it is confusing to me. Which book do I start with. :)

Lots of questions! Thanks in advance for your help. ;)

HUGS
Rach

Anna Fallon
September 18th, 2007, 01:48 AM
Hi Rach
sorry about the site being a little confusing. Mae has been working on it lately and things are a little higgledy-piggledy until she gets it done. One of the things we are working on is being clear and concise and user friendly.

I guess there isn't really an order to read in as such. It isn't a series as in follow on stories. This mght help though. The very first issue was Sinful Sundaes 1, so it might help to read that one first, for a great overview of the town, it's inhabitants and readers favorite stories then Spellfire Commemorative is the way to go.

Here are the links to both
http://www.midnightshowcase.com/sinful_sundaes.htm
http://www.midnightshowcase.com/SpellfireCommemorative.htm

Then you can just read whichever one takes your fancy after that.

The idea of Spellfire was to bring readers a unique paranormal experience while at the same time offering authors a chance to write a light-hearted cross genre story of their hearts. But Spellfire has become so much more, readers have taken it to their hearts and us authors well we love it because writing for Spellfire means there are no boundaries drawn for us, if we want to cross a witch with a fairie, with links to a vampire and shifts into a snake, we can. Anything goes in Spellfire and the town is a wonderful place to visit.

Spellfire is getting bigger and better and dark as well. So stick around, you'll be so glad you did.

All questions are welcome, so if you have anymore then ask away

Anna

bittenbybooks
September 18th, 2007, 02:39 AM
Awesome thank you so much!!

I will check these out. Is everything available for print for the most part?

I have a heck of a time sitting at the computer reading for long.

I can't wait to read these stories!

Thanks again!

HUGS
Rach

Anna Fallon
September 18th, 2007, 03:06 AM
They sure are. Midnight Showcase uses Lulu for print and you'll find the link beside each cover. Spellfire are multi-author digests so you get to read a variety of authors and that is a great way to test the waters with writers new to you.

MS specialize in these type of digests because we love to give readers variety and give authors a chance to get those little gems into print as well.

Happy reading and thanks for the interest
Anna

Dani
September 18th, 2007, 11:36 PM
You are so informative Anna!! That info helps me too because I'd probably be asking the same things.

bittenbybooks
September 19th, 2007, 12:37 AM
Thanks again Anna!

I am going to pick these up when my book ship ($$ that is) comes in!

Thank Goddess for authors! :)

Can't wait!

jennzilla
September 19th, 2007, 07:11 PM
I know that mine, in Spellfire Moons called (http://www.fictionwise.com/eBooks/eBook39285.htm?cached)High Chairs and High Stakes (http://www.fictionwise.com/eBooks/eBook39285.htm?cached) is a stand alone. I tried to make it that way anyway. I love them all though and they are addictive.

Dani
September 19th, 2007, 07:19 PM
Cool Jenna!! I sometimes like when the story is a stand alone. That way I don't have to worry about trying to find the first book in the series or what have you, so that I know what's going on I can just enjoy the story for what it is.

bittenbybooks
September 19th, 2007, 08:41 PM
I know that mine, in Spellfire Moons called (http://www.fictionwise.com/eBooks/eBook39285.htm?cached)High Chairs and High Stakes (http://www.fictionwise.com/eBooks/eBook39285.htm?cached) is a stand alone. I tried to make it that way anyway. I love them all though and they are addictive.

Thanks that is great to know!

Anna Fallon
September 26th, 2007, 07:49 AM
I do the same Jenn, and the only one I tied together was my Aussie hunks in Spellfire Seasons 2 and A Spellfire Evening as that was a christmas, New Years Eve release and I just could let my boys go. They will be back too. *grin*

The series was designed to have stand alone stories that are interlinked by the stores, buildings and some of the characters living in Spellfire. But links to it can be more tenuous. That way we get free reign but have a base to fall back on if we get stuck.

I think Scott Robson and Barry Barnes are my two most fave characters and actually Scott was the hero and Barry his support character (as best friend, not lover). But in the end Barry stole the hearts of readers. And of me.

Anna

Dani
September 26th, 2007, 06:08 PM
I just love it when a supporting character comes shining torugh to show what he (or she) is truely about. It's great!

Anna Fallon
September 26th, 2007, 06:54 PM
Yes, it's like movies isn't it. So many times I think that a movie, or TV, is made by the support actors, and the main characters are made even better by them having been there. I think that it really makes somethng so much better.

I can't imagine Frasier without Niles...that type of thing.

Anna

Dani
September 26th, 2007, 06:57 PM
I certainly agree! :biggrin: