M.L. Brennan is the author of the critically acclaimed GENERATION V and its sequel, IRON NIGHT. The third book in the series, TAINTED BLOOD, is forthcoming in November 2014. Brennan holds an MFA in writing and is employed as an adjunct professor at several New England colleges.
Brennan cut her baby bibliophile teeth on her older brother's collection of Isaac Asimov and Frank Herbert, but it was a chance encounter with Emma Bull's War For The Oaks as a teenager that led to genre true love. Today she'll read everything from Mary Roach's non-fiction to Brandon Sanderson's epic fantasies, but will still drop everything for vampires and werewolves in the big city.
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Fortitude Scott is quickly becoming one of my favorite unconventional heroes! IRON NIGHT continues with Fortitude Scott acclimating to his new life as a vampire and everything that comes along with his transition. After struggling with his identity in GENERATION V, Fort’s finally come to terms with who he is, has accepted his family and his birthright as a Scott. His brother Chivalry is teaching him the “family business” as well as training him in the art of fighting. Things are […]
An anti-alpha vampire hero worthy of his name! Twenty-six year old Fortitude Scott’s life currently sucks, literally. He’s a college graduate working a dead end job at local coffee shop, shares his apartment with a jerk of roommate and has a girlfriend who’s less than committed, oh yeah…did I forget to mention he’s also a transitioning vampire? Fort tries to live his life as far from his vampire family as possible but when his brother Chivalry requests his presence at […]
RtDS: Welcome to the blog M.L.! Give us three facts about yourself or three of your top bookish pet peeves. ML: Three top bookish pet peeves sounds like a lot of fun! Okay, in no particular order and with no particular books in mind… 1) It freaks me out when a book takes place over the course of a single day. At about the halfway mark, I start getting a little worried on the character’s behalf – aren’t they […]