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Welcome to the world of Adrianne Brennan's writing! Adrianne is a dark fantasy and science fiction writer whose works involve paranormal erotic romance, vampires and vampire erotica, faeries, urban fantasy, alternate realities, secret societies, paganism, mythology, and magick.

This list is to chat about Adrianne Brennan's work but is open for promo for all writers and readers of dark fantasy, science fiction, and paranormal fiction on WEDNESDAYS.

Adrianne Brennan's novel Blood of the Dark Moon, Book 1 in the Dark Moon series, and Blood and Mint Chocolates, a novella in the same series, are published with Freya's Bower. Learn more about them and other works here: http://www.adriannebrennan.com/books.html.

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  • Aug 1, 2006
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