So today is the big day! It’s release day for my second book baby, and for some reason, I just want to throw confetti, hand out cookies and say, “It’s a girl!”
Ahh, I really can’t believe it.
May the Force, Bruce Lee and Taylor Swift be with you, little book!
NINJA GIRL is finally out there...Read more of this blog post »
A paperback copy of the novel du jour in your choice of large or standard print (notify me within 1 week of your win or you'll automatically get standard print) and whatever else decides to hitch a ride in the box. (Disclaimer: Anything found alive in the box is the sole re... Read more of this blog post »
In some of the hottest books I've read, the hero rode a Harley. So when I saw that Maggie Carpenter had a biker novel, I scooped it right up. Then, I looked at the cover.
My next move was to IM Maggie and invite her on WWW.
Marco is seriously HOT and he's all ours for this brief litt... Read more of this blog post »
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“Arlington, Virginia. Girl in her room playing phonograph at Arlington Farms, a residence for women who work in the government for the duration of the war, 1943”
Devotees of Elena Ferrante should check out the latest piece in the puzzle of her identity: a novel by Domenico Starnone, “Ties,” that offers a response to her early work “Days of Abandonment.” Bonus: “Ties” is translated from the Italian by the Pulitzer Prize winner Jhumpa Lahiri, who also...Read more of this blog post »
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A big thank you to everyone who participated in Christopher’s live Q&A on Facebook in February! For those of you that missed the event, we’ve collected the questions and will repost them in our Q&A series–the first batch is below. Keep an eye out for our next installment and don’t forget...
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Ya es primavera y empieza el buen tiempo y yo soy como ese oso que termina de hibernar y va animándose a volver a hacer vida normal, dejar de subsistir en modo cueva y esas cosas. La verdad es que no tengo ningún propósito claro al escribir esta entrada, más allá de que me encanta seguir teniendo...Read more of this blog post »
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[image error]Unit sales of print books increased slightly (3.3 percent) last year, the third year in a row of growth, according to Publishers Weekly. Print-book sales rose by 2.8 percent in 2015 and 2.4 percent in 2014.
Citing figures from Nielsen BookScan, the publication said 674 million print b...Read more of this blog post »
The plan was to hit some tennis balls before heading to dinner. Take advantage of the beautiful weather, maybe grab a drink al fresco on the way to the restaurant. Sounds awesome, I nodded, and I meant it. They always have a blast together, my wife and her friends.
I didn’t feel left out. Nor did...Read more of this blog post »
[image error]I’m vaguely aware of my dog’s paw, small and gentle, on my shoulder. His tap, tap, tapping, pulls me from the fog of slumber.
“No,” I mumble, certain day has not yet broken night.
As I roll away from my persistent pup, a knife stabs at the base of my neck and thousands of needles dri...Read more of this blog post »
“I was reminded of these neo-barbarians while reading Rod Dreher’s new book, The Benedict Option.”
At a recent talk, I compared our days to the times of the barbarian invasions and the fall of the Roman Empire. It is a fairly common comparison that applies to decadent societies like our own. In th...Read more of this blog post »
We initiated the release of the second Celtic Mythology Collection yesterday and it’s a pretty impressive collection. I guess as editor, I’d be expected to say that anyway but the truth is I’m genuinely impressed, probably because of the larger range and mythological depth of the stories in this...Read more of this blog post »
The Girl With the Make-Believe Husband will land in readers’ hands on May 30, but the never-before-seen, first-ever excerpt is now live on juliaquinn.com, finally answering the question: What happened to Edward Rokesby?
Intrigued by this second book in the Rokesby S...Read more of this blog post »
I see things way before I ever type a single word of my manuscripts. My characters, my settings, the clothes people wear, the weather, everything, really, must be visual to me first. I... Read more of this blog post »
Bad Bad Bad
Author: K Webster
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Taboo
Tag: Box Set
***Two novellas for the price of one and available for free in Kindle Unlimited***
About the Book
interconnected stories. Two taboo treats.
Brandt’s Cherry Girl
He’s old enough to be her father.
Lovely people! My latest novel, number 29, will be out in paperback on 6 April. I think it’s one of my best books, so far and I really loved writing it. I hope you enjoy it too!
You can pre-order you copy from Amazon right now so that you don’t miss it!
Much love C : ) xx
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Today is release day for Just an Illusion - The B Side!
If you haven't read Just an Illusion - Side A yet, you need to read that first before starting The B Side.
You can purchase The B Side at the following retailers:
On April 14, Naked Girls Reading will host a Night of Noir at Vol 39 in Chicago.
For those of you unfamiliar with NGR, it’s pretty much exactly what it sounds like: Naked woman reading from books. ‘Cause as they say, you can’t spell literature without T and A.
(Literally, that’s what they say—it’s...Read more of this blog post »
La Bella e la Bestia è un film che attendevo da molto tempo. Il motivo principale è, ovviamente, quello di vedere... Read more of this blog post »
some linxxxxxxx, many of them months oldI wrote a review-essay thing about PERSON/A by Elizabeth Ellen, which is the most interesting, complicated book to come out in a long long time.
I did the Tiny Spills interview at the magical Cosmonauts Avenue
I had a “prose poem” (?) up at Tyrant
Christo... Read more of this blog post »
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