Author & Poet of horror, thrillers, paranormal, and fantasy stories with a hint of erotica. My writing is a bit risque' and a little on the dark and edgy side. I love to horrify, terrify, and intensify your mind. Do you want something dark, twisted and edgy? Then you've come to the right place. ~ Lynn Mullican
Interested in FREE E-Books? LIKE this page, SHARE this post, leave a COMMENT, and TAG a few friends. Once we hit 200 LIKES, I'll do another giveaway for one of the Bad Elements series books, their choice - either Crystal Dragon or Blood for Blood!
We'll be giving away more E-Books, giveaways, etc., so stay tuned!
We're gearing up for a 2016 release of The Hybrid Unleashed! So, make sure to catch up on Crystal and her brood before The Hybrid is Unleashed!
I have updated my Book Reviews section with some recently read books. I do hope that you enjoy some of them. If you are interested in reading them, make sure to click on the title and it will take you straight to the Amazon link. I thought I would save you some time. ;)
Also, not all of these books are horror themed. Some of these have some Fantasy, Paranormal or Drama mix. I try to give reviews only for books I do recommend. Very recently, I did read a book that I had a very hard time reading and finishing. The book might have been an alright story had the writer been a young adult or a child. Unfortunately, I gave that book a very low review and didn't have the heart to put it on my blog. Without bashing it (which I don't like doing in the first place), I'm not displaying the title here.
Enjoy the book reviews! And, if you decide to buy/read the books, enjoy those as well!
Currently, I have several other books to review, which include Stifled by Rainy Kaye and the Secret World compilation of books. Two of the books in the Secret World compilation have already been reviewed. Those two books are Summoned by Rainy Kaye and Purgatory by Susan Stec.
If you have read any of these books, please feel free to leave your reviews or comments on them. ~
I have 122 supporters, a social reach of 808,591 and I have a few hours to go. My campaign ends today. Wonder if I could top a million on the social reach? Hmm, might be kind of tight but I'll give it a go. Will you support me? This is strictly SOCIAL MEDIA support. NO FUNDS are involved. If you could support mine, I would appreciate it. Please let me know if you have a Thunderclap, and I will return the favor. Thank you in advance. https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/25025-blood-for-blood-book-tour?locale=en
“Have you ever read a book with vampires in it? Sure you have. What about werewolves? It’s possible. Werewolves and vampires? Hmm…sounds a little familiar? What about a werewolf and a vampire who both like the same woman? Uh oh. We’ve seen this play out before. And it gave some of us an upset stomach.
But wait. Have we seen werewolves, vampires, the girl and Fight Club? Fight Club? Yeah, that’s what I said.
In the second book of the Bad Elements series, Blood for Blood, we get all of this. Unlike that other book which focused on the love affair between a teen-aged werewolf, a vampire and a young lady, Blood for Blood focuses more on, well, family. Yes, family. And fighting.
In Blood for Blood, Crystal is reunited with her son and daughter and her son’s family, only to be stalked by what amounts to a promoter—granted, a very angry promoter. As their house in the country is surrounded, danger lurks everywhere. What are they going to do and how are they going to protect themselves? And why is Crystal being stalked?
I did say there was a Fight Club element to this story, right? There is. Crystal just happens to be one of the best fighters in an underground fighting circuit. Everyone wants to fight her. And certain people want to control her.
For those who like romance and sex, there is a bit of that in here as well. Truth is, this story has a bit of everything. Monsters? Check. Action? Check. Sex? Check. Family ties? Yup.
I said this story was based a lot on family, and it is. Throughout the book we see the characters’ concerns over family members. We see Crystal struggle at times, especially where the safety of her family is concerned. We see her son and daughter struggle with their emotions at being reunited with their mother. This is where this story is the most human, in the struggle to protect their family.
A very good thing about Blood for Blood is that you don’t have to read book one to be able to follow it. You can pick it up and jump right into the story. There are a lot of things I could talk about here, but to do so would give away parts of the story.
If you like your action and fighting you’ll probably like Blood for Blood. If you like the romantic, sexual side of things, you’ll probably like Blood for Blood as well.
To sum it up, Blood for Blood is a bit Buffy, a bit MMA, a bit that other book, and quite a bit entertaining.”—A.J. Brown, Author of Cory’s Way
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“It’s the creature inside that wants to get out. It’s the anxiety, the fear, the anger, and the jealousy–any emotion that pushes me to my limits that tests the wolf in me." - Blood for Blood, Bad Elements Series - Blood for Blood Cover Reveal
Synopsis: Crystal Bouchard AKA Crystal
Dragon is re-united with her family after spending five years imprisoned as an
underground fighter for the vampire/werewolf community. As her familial ties
are woven, Crystal’s
prior kidnapper, vampire Jace "J.T." Templeton and his henchmen seek
revenge on her, forcing her to make a decision that could kill her and her
family. Only this time she brings a new breed to the fight.
Here are some awesome reviews for the upcoming sequel, Blood for Blood, in the Bad Elements series.
"This is the series for anyone looking for their next Twilight or Hunger Games. Author Lynn Mullican nails it with a fantasy novel involving classic creatures and a gripping story! Not to be missed!" —Michael S. Fields, Author: Spirits of the Darkness/The Blackwood Conspiracy
“This is a genuine
pleasure to read no matter what genre you generally prefer. At times it
reminded me of the '30 Days of Night' series by Steve Niles with the intricacy of vampiric story
telling. Nevertheless, Lynn
has also managed to balance that with a heartfelt story of a family,
reminiscent of the 'Ender's Game' series by Orson Scott Card or Tobe Hooper's
'Poltergeist'. That makes the action all the more deeply impactful in that the
characters are people and not just plot devices. There are elements of mystery
as well with the shrouded past of the main character. I usually pride myself in
being able to figure out the ending about halfway through. I must confess, with
this story, I was not able to, but I had so much fun reading it that I didn't
mind and when it finally came to light, I was very pleased. The surprise at the
end gave me chills and made me want to read more!”—Paul Loh, Author of The Greater Number
So, lately my husband and I have been getting into the tiny home idea, whether it be a vacation home, or a retreat. We have perused many sites and have posted many photos on Facebook. We're still deciding exactly what and how we're going to do this. But, in the meantime, I thought I would share some of these with you and see what you think of them.
This is a really nice tiny home. And, of course, I love the pool and the jacuzzi!
The Horror Show was at the 2014 Phoenix Fearcon, along with many other vendors and great people, among them were KMOD Radio, actors Markice Moore, Tiffany Shepis, Jennifer Lynn Warren, and several others. I enjoyed talking to them and hanging out with them. Below is an interview that The Horror Show did while at the 2014 Phoenix Fearcon. Among the interviewees were Custom Coffin Works, The Dark Goddess, and myself. Enoy!
For those of you who were busy prepping for Thanksgiving, or were busy with other things, here is the link to a radio interview I had with KWOD Radio this afternoon. KWOD Blog Talk Radio
I met P.J. at the Phoenix Fearcon and she was gracious enough to ask me for an interview. Thanks to her, I had my interview this afternoon. We had a great time talking about our writing and many other things.
Make sure to check out many of their other archived shows, as well.
I am happy to say that Crystal Dragon has been reinvented. I think she looks fabulous. I hope you do, too. For those of you who may or may not know, Crystal Dragon has been re-edited and has a new cover design. I'm super excited! Tell me what you think of it. Vic Weiford did the graphic design for this cover.