Thank You Anne Rice, Thank You!

As an avid book lover nothing makes me happier than when I discover a new book in a favorite series is going to be released in the next year. Unless of course I discovered one of my favorite authors has returned to a series that I love after stating very publicly they will not write any more books in that series....more

My Top Five Hottest Reads

Dara Joy's "Mine to Take" was one of my first forays into Science Fiction with a heavy erotic bent.  At the time I read this, I thought of it as a scifi romance with scalding hot sex scenes.  I read the first two books in this series and loved them, but this on...more

The Meme’s The Thing

There seems to be a reading habits meme circulating around the blogosphere over the last couple of weeks.  I have run across it on several different blogs and have enjoyed reading the writer’s responses to the questions posed.  In that interest, I have decided to continue the meme here at The Liminal State.  This list was originally 50 questions long and I don’t feel that my personal habits are nearly that interesting so I have taken the liberty of removing questions that seemed redundant or not applicable or a that I thought were stupid…my apologies to the original m...more

Generations, Anne Rice, and Books


crazy idea for strange novel – brain transplant makes man realize that women are superior

Although I'm a professional freelance writer, to date I have worked only in nonfiction. I spend most of my time writing or editing science and medicine articles and books. What I really want to do, however, is to start writing my own combination of "women's fiction," science fiction, and a little bit of horror (kind of a combo of Jackie Collins, Anne Rice, and Michael Crichton). ...more

Answer Religious Questions for Anne Rice

Anne Rice became famous for her books The Vampire Chronicles and the Mayfair Witches. The dark supernatural events, seductive language and brilliantly developed characters created a readership of millions that hung on every word and dreamed of encountering Lestat on dim street or climbing the stairs of the Mayfair house with Michael. Anne’s announcement of her conversion to Christianity shocked that same readership, and opened a whole new world for Christian book lovers... Continue reading at ...more