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By day, Shari Elder saves cities. By night, she builds them—on Saturn’s rings, under a lilac bush, in a coral reef – then packs them full of shifters, vampires, Olympian gods, extra-terrestrials or whatever else comes into her head. In all these wondrous worlds, romance and passion blossom, since she cannot resist writing a happy ending, especially for those who have given up on ever getting one.

Raised on science fiction and fantasy, fueled by coffee and red wine, Shari writes early in the morning, late at night, and in between crises at home. She lives, contentedly albeit crazily, with her teen-age daughter, teen-age dog, and the elderly cat who rules the roost.
 
Like Loki, Ymir is a Marvel villain and a more nuanced figure in Norse mythology. He's a frost giant, and not well liked by the Norse gods.  Odin and his brothers kill......
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Unnatural Allies (Shifting Alliances, #2 by Shari Elder) I’m very excited to share Unnatural Allies, Book Two in the paranormal romance series, Shifting Alliances.......
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Welcome to Marketing for Romance Authors 52 week blog hop challenge.  Each week, a lovely group of romance authors blog on a common theme. Visit them all here. I have......
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I'm doing something different today, looking at a villain who we only really meet on her road to redemption.  X is for Xena, warrior princess and folk hero, and former......
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Straight from Frank Baum's wonderful world of Oz, the wicked witch of the west has been one of our most enduring villains. Flying monkeys, poisoned poppies, and an army......
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Lord Voldemort from J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series needs no introduction.  Perhaps he, more than any other villain I've talked about or will talk about, was......
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I had to do it.  I had to have one Disney villain.  I'm not a big fan of most Disney villains--they are too often stepmothers and moms.  But Disney is too big a part......
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Welcome. I'm pleased to share my newest, villain, Tij Pardahl from my recent release Race to Redemption, Book One of the Series Green Rising. Byway of background, Tij is......
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As science fiction fans well know, sometimes the villain is not a person, or even an identifiable species.  Often evil is a faceless, soulless corporation, bent on......
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Here it is.  Isn't gorgeous? Cover Art by Jay Aheer. Violent fae encroachment on shifter land makes the impossible necessary – an alliance between predator and......
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Welcome to Marketing for Romance Authors 52 week blog hop challenge.  Each week, a lovely group of romance authors blog on a common theme. Visit them all here. My......
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Welcome blog challenge visitors. On this fine day, the R day, I get to share my most favorite villain of all -- Roy Batty.  Roy leads the renegade replicants (androids......
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Q? Q of course. The semi-baddie on Star Trek Next Generation.  Q is an omnipotent being always throwing the Enterprise into the one trouble after the next. He was so......
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Welcome to the A to Z challenge.  Over April, I've looked at attributes and the journey of complex villains, while also exploring some of the great villains.  Today, I......
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Another common villain is the friend, mentor, lifelong guide and guardian who smiles and pats, and helps but is doing really bad stuff behind the scenes.  We have......
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