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Lisa Jane Smith (usually known as L.J. Smith) is a popular American author of young-adult fiction that combines horror, fantasy and supernatural romance genres. Best known for ''Literature/TheVampireDiaries'', she went on a ten year hiatus from writing in 1998 due to illness, leaving her latest series, The ''Literature/NightWorld'', incomplete, though it is now scheduled for release in (hopefully) 2014.

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Lisa Jane Smith (usually known as L.J. Smith) is a popular American author of young-adult fiction that combines horror, fantasy and supernatural romance genres. Best known for ''Literature/TheVampireDiaries'', she went on a ten year hiatus from writing in 1998 due to illness, leaving her latest series, The ''Literature/NightWorld'', incomplete, though it is now scheduled for release in (hopefully) 2014.
2014. As of 2016, Night World has still been unfinished. Amazon states Strange Fate to have a release date of 'Unavailable'.
18th Nov '13 11:43:41 AM Kernigh
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Lisa Jane Smith (usually known as L.J. Smith) is a popular American author of young-adult fiction that combines horror, fantasy and supernatural romance genres. Best known for ''TheVampireDiaries'', she went on a ten year hiatus from writing in 1998 due to illness, leaving her latest series, The ''Literature/NightWorld'', incomplete, though it is now scheduled for release in (hopefully) 2014.

Since 2007, L.J. Smith has had her books reissued, starting with ''TheVampireDiaries'' and ''The Secret Circle''. A new trilogy based on ''TheVampireDiaries'' was published in 2009, and [[http://www.ljanesmith.net/stories.php her website]] has several short stories that contain characters and settings from her published work.

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Lisa Jane Smith (usually known as L.J. Smith) is a popular American author of young-adult fiction that combines horror, fantasy and supernatural romance genres. Best known for ''TheVampireDiaries'', ''Literature/TheVampireDiaries'', she went on a ten year hiatus from writing in 1998 due to illness, leaving her latest series, The ''Literature/NightWorld'', incomplete, though it is now scheduled for release in (hopefully) 2014.

Since 2007, L.J. Smith has had her books reissued, starting with ''TheVampireDiaries'' ''The Vampire Diaries'' and ''The Secret Circle''. A new trilogy based on ''TheVampireDiaries'' ''The Vampire Diaries'' was published in 2009, and [[http://www.ljanesmith.net/stories.php her website]] has several short stories that contain characters and settings from her published work.



* ''TheNightOfTheSolstice''
* ''HeartOfValor''

''TheVampireDiaries'':

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* ''TheNightOfTheSolstice''
''Literature/TheNightOfTheSolstice''
* ''HeartOfValor''

''TheVampireDiaries'':
''Literature/HeartOfValor''

''Literature/TheVampireDiaries'':



''[[Literature/TheForbiddenGame The Forbidden Game]]'':

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''[[Literature/TheForbiddenGame The Forbidden Game]]'':''Literature/TheForbiddenGame'':



!! ''TheVampireDiaries'', ''Literature/DarkVisions'', and ''Literature/NightWorld'' have their own pages. The rest of Smith's work provide examples of:

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!! ''TheVampireDiaries'', ''Literature/TheVampireDiaries'', ''Literature/TheForbiddenGame'', ''Literature/DarkVisions'', and ''Literature/NightWorld'' have their own pages. The rest of Smith's work provide examples of:
18th Nov '13 11:38:29 AM Kernigh
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Lisa Jane Smith (usually known as L.J. Smith) is a popular American author of young-adult fiction that combines horror, fantasy and supernatural romance genres. Best known for ''TheVampireDiaries'', she went on a ten year hiatus from writing in 1998 due to illness, leaving her latest series, The ''Literature/NightWorld'', incomplete, though it is now scheduled for release in (hopefully) 2014.

Since 2007, L.J. Smith has had her books reissued, starting with ''TheVampireDiaries'' and ''The Secret Circle''. A new trilogy based on ''TheVampireDiaries'' was published in 2009, and [[http://www.ljanesmith.net/stories.php her website]] has several short stories that contain characters and settings from her published work.

Her works include:

* ''TheNightOfTheSolstice''
* ''HeartOfValor''

''TheVampireDiaries'':
* ''The Awakening''
* ''The Struggle''
* ''The Fury''
* ''Dark Reunion''
* ''The Return: Nightfall''
* ''The Return: Shadow Souls''
* ''The Return: Midnight''

''The Secret Circle'':
* ''The Initiation''
* ''The Captive''
* ''The Struggle''

''[[Literature/TheForbiddenGame The Forbidden Game]]'':
* ''The Hunter''
* ''The Chase''
* ''The Kill''

''Literature/DarkVisions'':
* ''The Strange Power''
* ''The Possessed''
* ''The Passion''

''Literature/NightWorld'':
* ''Secret Vampire''
* ''Daughters of Darkness''
* ''Spellbinder''
* ''Dark Angel''
* ''The Chosen''
* ''Soulmate''
* ''Huntress''
* ''Black Dawn''
* ''Witchlight''
* ''Strange Fate (TBA)''

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!! ''TheVampireDiaries'', ''Literature/DarkVisions'', and ''Literature/NightWorld'' have their own pages. The rest of Smith's work provide examples of:

* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: An common theme in her books involves Blondes portrayed as [[HairOfGoldHeartOfGold Pure and Angelic]] in contrast to Brunettes who are [[DarkIsEvil Bad]] or [[TroubledButCute more]] [[FemmeFatale Mischievous]].
* DarkActionGirl: Faye
* LoveTriangle: She has yet to write a trilogy that doesn't somehow involve her female protagonist being torn between a KnightInShiningArmor and a [[AllGirlsWantBadBoys Bad Boy]].
* ShrinkingViolet: Cassie, prior to her CharacterDevelopment.
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