Monthly Archives: June 2014

Sorren’s Secret History—Behind the Scenes of Deadly Curiosities

Several of the reviewers who read Deadly Curiosities commented that the first book didn’t feel like a first book. Instead, they said it seemed as if the characters and setting was already lived-in, as if they were coming in to … Continue reading

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Come Party with Me to Launch Deadly Curiosities on June 25!

I’m holding an all-day Facebook Launch Party on June 25 and you’re invited! (Parties on Goodreads and Reddit, too!) Fun, freebies, contests and games—enter to win free books and short stories! Meet 20+ of my author friends who are celebrating … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Hawthorn Moon Event 2014!

It’s that time again—a week when we celebrate the summer solstice (or the Hawthorn Moon as it’s called in The Summoner) with a look at new books, new interviews and a whole lot of fun! Here’s what’s happening this week: … Continue reading

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Epic Fantasy is No Place for Wimps

by Gail Z. Martin I’m always amazed when I run into someone who tells me that strong women characters–especially women who could fight–didn’t exist in the “real” Middle Ages.  Usually this happens when the person’s entire knowledge of how things … Continue reading

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BLOODSUCKERS – A Vampire Runs for President

by Michael A Ventrella “Politics, intrigue and vampires—a match made in Washington, DC. A bloody good political thriller that sucks you in from the start and gets its teeth into your imagination.” At least that’s the opinion of one Gail … Continue reading

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The Long and the Short Of It

by Gail Z. Martin They say that you should do something that terrifies you every so often to keep yourself on your toes. For me, that meant saying yes when I began to be invited to participate in anthologies.  I … Continue reading

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