Gift of the Werewolf

Giftmas 2018 Blog Tour to benefit the Edmonton Food Bank

Every year, in addition to DOING ALL THE THINGS editorial and writerly, Rhonda Parrish organizes a December blog tour to benefit Edmonton’s Food Bank. This year we’re doing an Advent theme, and twenty-four participants will each post one story during the next twenty-four days. The stories will mostly be hosted…

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August–wait, September–update

Where did this summer go? I swear I just blinked and it was over! I’m working on the final book in the Storms in Amethir series, and I have ideas for the third book in the Circle City Magic book that are beginning to coalesce. I’ve been doing research in…

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Circle City Magic Updates

A Spirit of Camaraderie cover: A woman in Victorian clothes sit in a window reading. Outside the window is the skyline of modern Indianapolis.

I wanted to share a quick update with everyone on all things Circle City Magic related. E is for Evil First of all, E is for Evil releases on May 15, 2018, and is available for preorder now. My story, “C,” features one of my favorite minor characters from Shades…

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WIP Wednesday: Circle City Psychic

I have a little present for all my readers today–a WIP Wednesday from Circle City Psychic! This novel focuses mostly on Martin Cole, Chloe’s brother, and Elliott Blake, Braxton’s best friend. And because it’s Valentine’s Day, I decided to share a little snippet from early on when boy meets boy.…

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Shades of Circle City now available!

I’m so excited! Shades of Circle City is available to be purchased on Amazon as an ebook. Paperbacks are in process and should appear in the next day or two. Other retailer websites should have it available soon, and I’ll update the book’s page here as those populate. For this…

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WIP Wednesday: Shades of Circle City

Shades of Circle City book cover Stephanie A. Cain

I’m having a blast finishing up with Shades of Circle City! I’m still wavering between calling this novel urban fantasy or calling it paranormal romance. Either way, it’s very different from my Storms in Amethir books, but it’s a lot of fun to write. You can read the back of the book and…

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