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It starts off as an island adventure, shifts into an Indiana Jones -like second act and finally goes shockingly intimate and plays like a glorified haunted house movie in the finale. Unlike so many movies that promised a fantastic sequel fully aware that they might not get to make that movie, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is a feature-length prologue to a film that will actually get made.

It commits one of the gravest sins in franchise filmmaking but gets away with it just the same. Instead of making the "neat new idea" movie, they spent an entire sequel doing a poorly-received rehash of the first film to set up that third flick. I've studied the film industry, both academically and informally, and with an emphasis in box office analysis, for nearly 30 years. I have extensively written about all. Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin.

Scott Mendelson Senior Contributor. I have extensively written about all The Haven has secrets and Lux Whitmore is one of them. She just doesn't know it yet. A Touch of Deadly, the first book in our new series, the Midnight Valley Vampires, is now available in ebook format from all retailers. If you enjoyed the Briar Creek Vampires, you'll probably enjoy this new series. On the bright side, her hot new neighbor with the dazzling green eyes helps her make new friends.

After a few odd occurrences, Emily is convinced the whole town is haunted. The only problem? No one believes her. And even worse? She thought Midnight Valley was only haunted by the dead. Not the living, too. I've been meaning to write this post for a while now, but things have been busy. Jayme and I have been working on a lot of projects: some of which you already know about, some that you don't. I'll post about that later in the week. Right now, I wanted to take a moment to talk about the passing of Lois Duncan.

She lived a long life, though I wouldn't necessarily say a happy one. Her career of writing YA paranormal and suspense came to an abrupt end when her daughter Kaitlyn was tragically, mysteriously murdered. Duncan chronicled the mystery and investigation surrounding her death in the book Who Killed My Daughter? Lois Duncan's death made me think about how much I have to thank her for. She was one of the first authors to ignite a love for reading and writing within me.

It is through her books my favorites of which were Down a Dark Hall, Locked in Time, and Stranger With My Face that made me fall in fall in love with the young adult paranormal and suspense genres in the first place. Growing up, her books were always at the top of my summer reading list and they were some of the only books throughout my lifetime that I've re-visited more than once. These books are still proudly displayed on my bookshelf. Though the new editions have new covers, I've always preferred the old covers.

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A lot of authors who write YA paranormal romance thank Stephenie Meyer for their love for the genre, but not me. Lois Duncan wrote the first paranormal books that I fell in love with. And for that, I will be forever grateful. Lois Duncan. Thank you for the stories you told and for the inspiration you gave me. Hey, guys! The past year was a rough one.

I've mostly kept my health issues private, but two years ago, I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease called IgA Nephropathy that was attacking my kidneys. My doctors tried a number of treatment options to try and slow the progress, but my kidneys continued failing and I started to get really sick. I also spent a lot of time on the bathroom floor either puking or fighting off the urge to puke. It was miserable, and it made it impossible for Jayme and I to write at our usual pace.

This is why you've probably noticed a lot of our release dates getting postponed or our overall vagueness about when a certain book would be done. The next few months consisted of going to my local dialysis center for treatments three times a week for 3. I was so exhausted and felt so miserable. There were a few times I had to cut my sessions short because I ended up puking while I was on the machine. My friend Lisa, who I met online nearly 10 years ago, offered to get tested for me. I met this incredibly beautiful, selfless friend in person, face-to-face, for the very first time just minutes before we prepared to go into surgery - just minutes before she gave me her kidney - on April 13th.

Lisa and I both recovered well from surgery. The kidney is working great, and I feel amazing -- better than I've felt in many years, in fact. Jayme and I have finally been able to get back into our writing routine, so you can expect to see a lot more releases from us in the upcoming year. After a few long moments, I stepped out of the stall and pressed my ear against the restroom door.

All I heard was the sound of a Pitbull song thumping in the background. I was pretty sure the coast was clear. Of course, the only way to know was to open the door. Cautiously, I opened it and glanced around. I breathed a deep sigh of relief as I stepped back into the party room, scanning the restaurant for Jax. My mind went into a frenzy of panic.

What if I was too late? What if Isaac had already gotten to him? She was serving herself some punch. Isaac had sounded so determined to get revenge on Jax right away, but apparently, punch had to come first. I watched as Ace approached Roxy. A smile spread across her lips. To someone completely unsuspecting, she looked flirtatious and not much different from usual. Not really. I was lucky enough to have gotten out of that bathroom alive. That would only make Isaac suspicious of what I knew.

He was so into Roxy that he might not have been willing to believe or accept that she was gone… or that she was a Hunter. My stomach twisted with a sick feeling. Roxy had seemed so nice. I thought the two of us could get to be best friends, like she was the missing part of the Camryn-Blair-Zoe friendship puzzle. But I was wrong. Her words echoed through my mind.

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How many of them were werewolves? I needed to get to Jax and the two of us needed to get out of here, before it was too late. Where have you been? And then I had to use the bathroom. The past few weeks had been such a whirlwind. It felt like so much had happened in such a short time.

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The more I thought about it, the more the whole thing infuriated me. Are you okay?

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I knew what she was thinking. Or maybe he was an astronaut. It was really heartbreaking.

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We had to get away from here — away from Isaac — and then come up with some sort of plan. The compound.


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Yeah, as soon as I found Jax, we would go straight there. The other Sherwood boys and Mila were there. I was pretty sure that they would keep her — and anyone else — safe, if anything should happen. At least, I hoped they would.

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I turned away from Blair and headed for the door. As I stepped outside into the warm night, I glanced around the parking lot. Panic flooded my veins. Where had he gone? These questions circled around in my mind as I reached for my cell phone to call him when I noticed three guys out of the corner of my eye. They were headed straight for me. From a distance, I could see that all three of them were tall with broad shoulders.

They were dressed identically; each of them wore dark wash jeans and plain black t-shirts that revealed large muscles. It was hard to tell from so far away, but I was willing to bet that they were about the same age as me. Maybe they were security guards at the Purple Swan, the restaurant the party was being held at? It was the only explanation I could seem to think of… except for the possibly that, whoever they were, they had news about Jax.

My gut wrenched at the idea. He stared me up and down, his dark eyes boring through mine as though he was searching them for something. Up close, I realized that I recognized him from somewhere. What if they wanted to hurt me? Before I even knew what was happening, the blonde guy thrust a needle into my arm.


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  7. I felt it stab into my skin and then a burning sensation hit as whatever was in the needle entered my bloodstream. I tried to let out a scream, but suddenly the scenery around me was spinning. I heard the sound of my phone hit against the black pavement as it fell to the ground. My eyes instantly grew heavy and everything in my line of vision went blurry. We would love to hear your thoughts on the first chapter.