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thanks for all the lists you guys posted im going to go look some up lol i dont know if these series were up there but heres a couple more
Christine Feehan-Dark prince (dont know name of series)
Ellen Schreiber-Vampire Kisses
L.J Smith-Vampire Diaries
Laurell K Hamilton-Anita Blake vampire hunter series
Darren Shan-Cirque Du Freak series
Thanks for your lists and tips.
Also check www.maryse.net. She has over 130 paranormal series listed in alphabetical order. If you click on each series, you also get the reading order. Nice blog with those lists, new releases and reviews. IF you don't see something on her list, email her, and she adds it. I know I had three to give her.
I didn't even know paranormal was a genre. I get older everyday. I was also stunned to see the word vampire in a paranormal list. So it comes to me that I probably need a definition of what the paranormal genre has in it. Could someone help me out with that?
I think it would depend on what you thought it was. I consider vampire and the like urban fantasy romance. Paranormal to me is someone with paranormal talents, such as precognition or something like that. It is all subjective.
Sarah McCarty is a new to me author in para normal. She has a couple of series that are just starting.
Shadow Reapers - western paranormal
Shadow Wranglers - modern day western paranormal.
Tammy-Paranormal is just outside of normal reality. This can and does include a wide swath of reading. Urban fantasy, Vampire Romance, Were creaters (unless they are all real then I guess we would have to redefine normal.) Fairies, Magic, Alternate reality. so on and so on.
Oh, checked page one and Ben Aaronovitch- Broken Homes: A Rivers of London Novel (very good modern Urban fantasy with wizards and mythic creatures in London.)
Kate Locke God Save the Queen (Immortal Empire, Bk 1) Goblins, Vampires etc
Jonathan L. Howard Johannes Cabal the Necromancer magic, and zombies
Charles de Lint any of his Newford books Memory and Dream (Newford)
The above are good authors not mass market but usually available. And are different.