Even though I have been terrible at my own mini-challenge, I have had a lot of fun reading everyone else’s reviews of the League of Reluctant Adults. So I started thinking, should do we do this again? Elie from Ellz Readz thinks we should and I’m with her. However, this is the New Authors Challenge, not the New UF/PNR Challenge, so I need some help from all the participants. In order to ensure that not all of the mini challenges will be based on UF/PNR authors (since that’s the genre I know), can anyone help me out with more author collaborative sites? I know of these sites:
- The Biting Edge (Paranormal) – 2 authors
- The Bradford Bunch (Paranormal) – 10 authors
- Deadline Dames (Paranormal) – 9 authors
- The Debutante Ball (Paranormal) – 11 authors
- Divas of the Dark (Paranormal) – 7 authors
- Fangs, Fur & Fey (Paranormal) – 66 authors
- Feeme Fatales (Paranormal) – 9 authors
- The Knight Agency (Various) – 21 authors
- Magic District (Fantasy) – 6 authors
- The Midnight Hour (Paranormal) – 6 authors
- The Naughty Girls Next Door (Paranormal, Futuristic & Contemporary Romance) – 5 authors
- Nocturne’s Author Blog (Paranormal) – lots of authors
- The Odd Shots (Paranormal) – 5 authors
- Rebels of Romance (Romance) – 2 authors
- Romance Bandits (Romance) – 16 authors
- Shapeshifter Romance (Paranormal) – 7 authors
- Something Wicked (Paranormal) – 4 authors
- Witchy Chicks (Paranormal) – 10 authors
- YA Paranormal Authors (Paranormal) – 6 authors
I’m planning the next Mini Challenge for April and I already have something brewing…think Battle Royale. Since most of the collaborative sites above have half the number of authors than the League, I’m thinking of pitting two sites against each other. I.e. Deadline Dames vs Magic District with a total of three prizes being offered. Again, I’m still brainstorming, but what does everyone think?
So here’s where I need the help. I need more variety in my collaborative sites. Not that there is anything wrong with any of these (there’s not, I read a lot of them), but again, this isn’t a UF/PNR challenge. If anyone knows of others sites, let me know. I’m looking for the Name (obviously), a link, their genre and how many authors contribute.
In a couple of weeks, I’ll throw up a poll with all the links I receive and the top two vote getters will be the focus of our next mini-challenge.