Emberly has spent a good number of her many lives trying to save humans. So when her prophetic dreams reveal the death of Sam, a man she once loved, she does everything in her power to prevent it from happening. But in saving his life, she gets more than she bargained for. Sam is working undercover for the Paranormal Investigations Team, and those who are trying to murder him are actually humans infected by a plaguelike virus, the Crimson Death—a by-product of a failed government experiment intended to identify the enzymes that make vampires immortal. Now all those infected must be eliminated.
But when Emberly’s boss is murdered and his irreplaceable research stolen, she needs to find the guilty party before she goes down in flames….
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I write Dark Angels series…
and Riley Jenson Guardian series…
and Myth and Magic series…
and Ripple Creek Werewolf series.
Please Note–Bantam Dell have purchased the US paperback rights for all my ImaJinn novels, and will be re-releasing them from 2012 (exact dates currently unknown). As a result, none of these novels are currently available in the US in either trade paperback or e-book. UK and Australian readers are not effected by this, and can still purchase the books through any bookstore.
The series affected include:
The Damask Circle:
Circle of Fire
Circle of Death
Circle of Desire
Nikki and Michael:
Dancing with the Devil
Hearts in Darkness
Chasing the Shadows
Kiss the Night Goodbye
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The Unofficial Bio: I’m a born and bred Melbourne (Australia) gal, and grew up sharing my life with dragons, elves, vampires, werewolves, shapeshifters and the occasional talking horse. Which worried my family to no end. Of course, now that I’m actually make a living sharing my life with the above mentioned creatures, they no longer contemplate calling the men with the little white coat. When not at my keyboard, I can be found at the gym, sitting front of the TV, or taking my two dogs for a walk.
The Official Bio: Keri Arthur, author of the New York Times bestselling Riley Jenson Guardian series, has now written more than twenty-five books. She’s received several nominations in the Best Contemporary Paranormal category of the Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Awards and has won RT’s Career Achievement Award for urban fantasy. She lives with her daughter in Melbourne, Australia.
Past day jobs: Clerk at the Bureau of Meteorology, Cook at the MCG, Function and Desert cook at the Essendon Football Club
Current job: Full time writer and mum.
Often asked questions:
How did I start writing?
It all happened when I was about twelve. I’d just read one of Elaine Mitchell’s brumby books (not the silver brumby series, one of the others) and I hated the ending. So I did what seemed the most natural thing to do–I rewrote it. lol. I haven’t stopped writing since–though I have to admit, it’s only in the last twenty years or so that I’ve seriously thought about getting published.
Why urban fantasy and paranormal romance?
Well, I’ve always loved books filled with action, be they fantasy, horror or mystery. What used to annoy me, though, was the lack of capable female stars in many of these books. I mean, come on, not all of us females trip over our feet while running away from the big bad. Some of us would actually grab the nearest weapon and bop them over the head with it. So that’s what I wrote–strong, capable women, first in fantasy novels and then in what is now called paranormal romance. I tried for many years to write straight fantasy, but it just never fully clicked for me. So I switched to the real world, and started mixing fantasy elements with the ordinary, everyday world. I think I wrote my first paranormal romance close to 16 years ago, and I’ve been switching between that and urban fantasy ever since.
What I do beside write:
Not a whole lot, actually. Walk, go to the gym, watch more TV than is wise, visit craft market on the weekends, plant plants and try to keep them alive during our drought.