Adrianna Morgan


Adrianna Morgan was born in the Bahamas. Of both West Indian and African ancestry, she was exposed to the shadowy world of the supernatural at a young age. She was blessed with a mother that knew the importance of a good ghost story making her fascinated by anything that goes bump in the night. Adrianna is obsessed with werewolves, vampires and demons, oh my! A Marine Biology teacher and full time graduate student by day, she is still intrigued by the weird and the unusual.

Currently, she has challenged herself to write one full novel per month this year, although she admits she is ready to throw in the towel. Almost.

Adrianna writes Urban Fantasy, Erotica and Romance.

Smashwords Interview

Describe your desk
My desk is a hodgepodge of odd items and random junk I have deemed valuable. Some of it keeps me focused, some keeps me sane, others keep me grounded, and the rest...well...they're just for fun. An island girl, I make sure that I am able to overlook the water, so that I remain centered and calm, allowing the story to flow.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up on an island surrounded by stories of voodoo and obeah (both heavily involve the use of rituals and magic). Storytelling and superstition were close companions on hot summer nights spent outside around a fire with family and friends. It forced me to think beyond what I could observe clearly. Was there something lurking on the peripheral of an image? Magic, mayhem, and mysticism all blended together.
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Where to find Adrianna Morgan online


Blue Moon Trilogy Book One: Tala
Price: Free! Words: 75,240. Language: English. Published: December 4, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
19 years ago, Layla was viciously attacked and is now leading a fairly normal life. Until she meets her new classmate who is more than he seems, an old guy who may know what happened to her mother 19 years ago, and the werewolf who tried to kill her. Will she be able to channel her powers or succumb to the darkness within?

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