If you love Paranormal romance, check out Indie Author News’ latest post. Only 99 cents for their Book of the Day, a collection of ten Paranormal romance tales called Psychic Storm. https://plus.google.com/+Indieauthornews/posts/H1siuPQHJ8J
What is Paranormal Romance? Wikipedia defines it as: a subgenre of both romantic fiction and speculative fiction. Paranormal romance focuses on romantic love and includes elements beyond the range of scientific explanation, blending together themes from the speculative fiction genres of fantasy, science fiction, and horror.
My Paranormal Romance book, Don’t Judge a Book By Its Magic, is now a Kindle Select book and will be on a Kindle Countdown Deal February 23rd through March 2, starting at 99 cents!
If you are looking for more mainstream Paranormal Romance, try Heroes and Heartbreakers 10 must-read Paranormal Romance books: http://www.heroesandheartbreakers.com/blogs/2013/10/10-paranormal-romance-novels-you-should-read-an-opinionated-opinion
I don’t have any tattoos. There are several factors why I never went down that road. But they still fascinate me and I think they look fabulous on the people who love them enough to commit to them so totally. The tattoos below exemplify the term “fantastic” both in their amazing artistry and how much they capture the imagination. Not only are they works of art that transform the wearer, but they have become part of them for life.
I found this surreal leg tattoo on Francis Comugnai’s blog
Dump a day blog featured this cybernetic gem.
This skin art featured on The Chive transforms not just the owner of the tattoo, but also the viewer.
Sometimes lovers of fantasy can find inspiration in real places. Here are some amazing, real places that could easily come right out of our favorite fantasy novels:
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- The Crooked Forest is located right outside of Nowe Czarnowo, West Pomerania, Poland. The grove contains approximately 400 pine trees with bent trunks. They were planted sometime in 1939, but why or who made them crooked is unknown.
- Skaftafell’s blend of highland plateau, summer meadows and ice-blue glaciers are best explored by hiking, biking or climbing.
- Jökulsárlón is a large glacial lake in southeast Iceland, on the borders of Vatnajökull National Park.
- The Jeita Grotto in Lebanon
- The jungle creeps back into the Temples of Angkor
- Sedona, Arizona, a town surrounded by amazing natural red rock formations. (I’ve been here and it is way more impressive in person.)