Praise for MICHELE HAUF:
“Dark, delicious and sexy.” —New York Times bestselling author Susan Sizemore on Her Vampire Husband “Adventure, intrigue, and a voice like no other— Michele Hauf is a force to be reckoned with!”
USA TODAY bestselling author Emma Holly: “Cleverly engrossing dialogue, overwhelming desire and intriguing paranormal situations are skillfully combined to make this an irresistible read.”
Cataromance.com on Moon Kissed: “A novel twist on a vampire tale… Hauf mixes well-developed characters and sparkling dialogue with a paranormal tale and comes out with a winner.”
If you Google or read the book jackets the stellar praise for this author kind of goes on and on and on because Michele Hauf has written so many interesting books (over 30). According to her Amazon Bio: "Michele has been writing romance, fantasy, action/adventure and paranormal stories for a couple decades and enjoys reading the same. It never fails that when she's working on a project set in the icy months of winter, that it's actually humid and hot outside, and vice versa."
I attended the author chat hosted earlier today because @JayeWells follows @MicheleHauf. We book club bookies heart Jaye and were kind of curious about Michele (nothing like a couple of twitter tweets to get book club bookies reading, eh? LOL). She was interesting to chat with on-line and had mega praise for her favorite authors plus had some very cool recommendations for us to read, like Loretta Chase "Lord of Scoundrels" and the Kevin Hearne Iron Druid series Hexed, Hounded and Hammered. We're already nuts about Kevin and lurk on his Facebook author page (LOL). Found out Michele hearts Jim Butcher's work. Very cool. So do we. :-)
Here is our Michele Hauf reading line up for Sunday: Kiss Me Deadly
Next week: The Devil To Pay, His Forgotten Forever, Highwayman. We actually have 15 Hauf books to read but these are the 4 we agreed to start with (LOL). I'm thinking of reading the Lord of Scoundrel book tonight because I have no idea who Loretta Chase is but am looking forward to finding out. Most participants in the author chat thought this book was mad hawt. How cool is that? VERY (LOL). I love when cool authors send their readers to their fave authors. Michele is a book club keeper. Go follow her on Twitter. I see why Jaye likes her.
Gotta run. We're creating new music tracks for the Book Club Blues album. We're hooking up the drum tracks for "Sabina K." It's a Jaye Wells character we happen to be madly in love with. For the people new to my blog you can catch upon our adventures with following Jaye Wells around cyberspace here:
Did I mention we heart Jaye? I think I did (LOL).
Thank you, Jaye for pointing us in Michele's direction. :-)
Thank you, Literal Addiction Paranormal Book Club for hosting a great author chat.
Psst... you guys should interview Lynn Rush. Seriously... :-)
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