Interviews and Reviews in English for Bloodshifted:
Bloodshifted is reviewed at Nocturnal Book Reviews
Must Have Fiction reviews Bloodshifted
Bloodshifted was chosen as a Fresh Pick at Fresh Fiction
Bloodshifted is reviewed at All Things Urban Fantasy
Rabid Reads reviews Bloodshifted
Bloodshifted is reviewed at Night Owl Paranormal
Bloodshifted is reviewed at Between Dreams and Reality
Fangs for the Fantasy reviews Bloodshifted
Interviews and Reviews in English for Deadshifted:
“Alexander’s fourth installment, Deadshifted, opens up a whole new world of intrigue and adventure for nurse Edie Spence. Drama and humor go hand in hand as Alexander pays quite a bit of attention to our lovers’ angst-filled relationship. Though the conflict is slow to build, once it erupts the story moves sure and swift, leading to a shocking ending that will leave readers reeling.” ~ RT Book Reviews
Deadshifted is reviewed at Nocturnal Book Reviews
Deadshifted is reviewed in the Midwest Book Review (Harriet Klausner): “…the exciting storyline engages the readers as series fans will appreciate this taut tale and its shocking finish.”
The Book Tart hosts a Google Giggle Chat with Cassie and is giving away one of the Edie Spence books (ends 01/18)
Clear Eyes, Full Shelves reviews Deadshifted
Deadshifted is reviewed by Affaire de Coeur Magazine
Between Dreams and Reality reviews Deadshifted
My Bookish Ways reviews Deadshifted
Deadshifted is reviewed at The Nocturnal Library
Carmel at Rabid Reads reviews Deadshifted
Deadshifted is reviewed at My Bookish Ways.
The Qwillery interviews Cassie.
Deadshifted is reviewed by Between Fantasy and Reality.
Reader to Reader reviews Deadshifted.
Night Owl Paranormal reviews Deadshifted, calling the Edie Spence books, “Urban fantasy at its finest.”
Deadshifted is reviewed by Fangs For The Fantasy.
Interviews and Reviews in English for Shapeshifted:
“Shapeshifted is the third Cassie Alexander novel I’ve read, and I enjoyed it just as much as the first. Edie Spence, Alexander’s nurse protagonist, has a real talent for getting into trouble and somehow getting out of it, but each time she seems to have sacrificed something, even if it’s only her couch. And she’s so often sleep-deprived, I worry a little about her patients. But Edie is loyal and tough and determined, and these are all characteristics you want in an urban fantasy hero, which she certainly is. In this book, Edie finds her mother has cancer, and Edie wants some vampire blood to cure her. But Edie’s being shunned by the supernatural community. How’s she going to get it? A loose plot point or two get tied up in this book, but other threads are left open. We can all look forward to what happens next.” ~ Charlaine Harris
“Alexander’s series third takes her noir urban fantasy to a new level with more gritty action, light romance and wicked humor. Quick pacing, a well-plotted storyline and realistic characters will hook you. The end result is a lively and addictive story that leaves you wanting more.” ~ RT Book Reviews
“The third Edie Spence urban fantasy (see Nightshifted and Moonshifted) is a fast-paced noir as the heroine, who tried but failed to stay out of the fray, needs to jump into the fray. Filled with action and noirish humor, series fans will enjoy Edie trying once again to save her world but as Asher asks who saves Edie.” ~ Midwest Book Review
Cassie is interviewed by Cocktails and Books
Cassie is interviewed at Free Book Friday
Interviews and Reviews in English for Moonshifted:
Moonshifted is reviewed by RT Magazine! :D
Moonshifted is a Library Journal Mass Market Paperback Book of Note
Moonshifted is a “book you can’t afford to miss” in November over on io9.
Moonshifted (and Mary-Louise Parker) are Caught on the Cover by RT magazine.
Interviews and Reviews in English for Nightshifted:
The Redoubtable Pat Rothfuss reviews Nightshifted over on Goodreads.
Nightshifted gets called out (in a good way!) on Heroes and Heartbreakers in an article about Experienced Heroines: Stopping Slut-Shaming One Book at a Time
Nightshifted is a June Book of Note in Library Journal
Writer Wednesday interviews Cassie
You can see Cassie’s office at Book Chick City
Publisher’s Weekly review of Nightshifted
Nightshifted on io9’s 2012 Summer Reading List
Day in the Life of Edie post for Between Dreams and Reality
io9 article on Cassie
Nightshifted Review by Ferrett Steinmetz
How I Got My Agent at Writer’s Digest
Interviews and Reviews in German:
Alice in Bookland’s Video Review of Nightshifted
Alice in Bookland’s Video Review of Moonshifted
Lazy Literature interview
Phantastik-Couch review of Nightshifted
Phantastik News review of Moonshifted