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Forget Back to School, Enter Our Back to Books Sweepstakes!

Back to school means a lot of things for students, teachers, and moms alike: buying supplies, picking out outfits, packing lunches, etc. But once those kiddos are on the bus…

It’s Okay to Play Favorites

Sometimes it can be impossible to get an author to tell you which of her books is her favorite. She’ll say they’re like her children: you just can’t choose. But…

Jennifer Estep: Spider’s Trap, Chapter 1

Of all the liquors, gin is the greatest. And funnily enough, of all the urban fantasy heroines, Gin is the greatest. (In our humble opinion.) To celebrate the publication this…

What I’m Reading: XOXperts

As any voracious reader knows, there are so many books out there, it can be hard to choose just what to read next. So what could be better than a…

Pre-pre-Christmas Gin

Who says Christmas doesn’t come in November? (Certainly retailers seem to think so anymore…) Well in the spirit of giving it away early, we bring you an advance excerpt of…

Get Chills from the Carniepunk Midway

Come one, come all! The Carniepunk Midway promises you every thrill and chill a traveling carnival can provide. But fear not! Urban fantasy’s biggest stars are here to guide you…

Jennifer Estep talks Poison Promise and Summer Recipes!

A big thanks to Jennifer Estep for stopping by to tell us about her latest book and give us a great recipe to enjoy all year long!   Hello! I’m…

SWEEPSTAKES! Fall in Love with XOXO After Dark

Raise your hand if you’re excited it’s fall! (I know you can’t see me, but I’m basically jumping up and down in my office with both arms up.) I know…

With Friends Like These… Your Enemies Are Screwed

Gin Blanco, aka the Spider, aka star of Jennifer Estep’s Elemental Assassin series, may be a hired killer, but she knows what family and friendship mean. So her enemies in…

Kit, Gin, Demi, and Urban Fantasy Week

It’s Urban Fantasy Week here at XOXO After Dark – and we’re starting it off with a bang. No, we’re not fighting monsters like our heroines do. We’re still fairly…