Molly Harper

Molly Harper is the author of two popular series of paranormal romance, the Half-Moon Hollow series and the Naked Werewolf series. She also writes the Bluegrass ebook series of contemporary romance. A former humor columnist and newspaper reporter, she lives in Michigan with her family, where she is currently working on the next Southern Eclectic novel. Visit her on the web at

Books by this Author

Gimme Some Sugar
A Few Pecans Short of a Pie
How to Run with a Naked Werewolf
Ain't She a Peach
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Author Revealed

Q. What is your motto or maxim?

A. If you're normal, the crowd will accept you. If you're DERANGED, they'll make you their leader. - Christopher Titus

Q. What’s your greatest flaw?

A. I have a quick temper and bad brain-to-mouth filter, it can lead to social awkwardness and hurt feelings.

Q. What are your most overused words or phrases?

A. "Dang it." It applies to a lot of situations in my life. There are also some more colorful word choices, but I don't want to get banned from the Simon and Schuster site.

Q. What’s your best quality?

A. When someone is down, I will do my absolute best to cheer them up. And if I can't do that, I will humiliate myself in some fashion to make them feel better by comparison.

Q. What’s your greatest fear?

A. Sharks. Clowns. Sharks dressed as clowns.

Author Voices

March 22, 2011

I must confess my secret shame. Somewhere, in my parents' basement, there is a box of unicorn figurines that I collected from age 10 to 15. It started with a Secret Santa gift from my fifth grade "boyfriend" Mark Hobbs and somehow morphed into an army of one-horned equine ceramic nightmares. I can't bear to part with them, but I don't want them in my house, either. So for now, my parents are stuck with them.

When I needed an idea for the main character in my 'Nice Girls' vampire series to have an embarrassing collection from childhood, I naturally leaned toward unicorns. I'd lived through the creepy horse obsession all girls go through, and I... see more

March 22, 2011

There was a little production issue with HOW TO FLIRT WITH A NAKED WEREWOLF and the promised excerpt of THE ART OF SEDUCING A NAKED WEREWOLF was not include in the paperback. So I'm posting it here. THE ART OF SEDUCING A NAKED WEREWOLF comes out on March 29. Enjoy!

Dante Hosts a Baby Shower in the Seventh Circle


The best thing about being a werewolf was that you never needed a sports bra.
It’s hard to explain to humans the absolute freedom of running on all fours. The feeling of my feet hitting the ground without anything between the pads of my skin and the earth, the undeniable pull of the moving forward, the... see more

February 08, 2011

And reveal that the Wizard is just a guy in a hot air balloon.

I spoke to a group of high school students on Thursday about writing and getting published. They were a great group, engaged, thoughtful, asking great questions. It was very cool as one of my former English teachers was there and came in to tell the kids that even in high school, she and the other English teachers called me "the next Erma Bombeck." (Which was so much nicer than what I suspect they called some of my classmates.)

At the end of the session, we were talking about where I get my ideas for books. I explained that I get most of my ideas from every day life -... see more

February 08, 2011

An ice storm. Stranded in a strange, isolated place without power. Children with an unsettling ability to win staring contests. This is how horror movies start.

Watching the news coverage as cities across the Midwest are pelted by the much-touted historic blizzard, I’m having strange sympathy pangs. In January 2009, an ice storm ripped through Kentucky, taking out power and phone lines for thousands of homes, including mine. The first night I spent camped out in my in-laws’ darkened living room with my two young children, I was sure this was just a temporary blip. It was going to be a funny story we could tell the next winter. As... see more

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