A Brief History of Lucinda Hightower

If you read the original iteration of A Single Thread, you know Lucinda Hightower. Lucinda is an eighteen year old girl who has been followed by death omens her entire life--so in A Single Thread, when Morgan Fletcher tells her her brother's life is in danger, she takes him at his word and they team up … Continue reading A Brief History of Lucinda Hightower

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A+ Ships: Wes and Nash, MR. MARCH NAMES THE STARS

A+ Ships is an irregular feature celebrating relationships in fiction between characters that fall along the asexual spectrum. For more information, see the A+ Ships FAQ. Our post today comes from Tabitha. This book sounds awesome and I look forward to checking it out. Thank you, Tabitha!  Wes loves his life traveling the Pagan festival … Continue reading A+ Ships: Wes and Nash, MR. MARCH NAMES THE STARS

Brace Yourselves. Paperbacks are Coming.

Huge news, lovely people. I See the Web and A Single Thread are joining the corporeal world! You'll now be able to unplug and read the creepy and thrilling exploits of the Fletcher siblings with actual pages to turn. They'll be coming into print in one paperback volume entitled The First Web: THE FIRST WEB: parts one and two of the paranormal … Continue reading Brace Yourselves. Paperbacks are Coming.

Excerpt and Review, CATCH ME WHEN I FALL

I've posted a few times about Vicki Leigh's new YA paranormal romance/urban fantasy Catch Me When I Fall, and I'm very excited today to share both an excerpt and my review with you! But first, let me introduce you again to Catch Me When I Fall and Vicki:  About Catch Me When I Fall: Recruited at his death … Continue reading Excerpt and Review, CATCH ME WHEN I FALL

Why I Chose Self-Publishing (Guest Post by Heather Lin)

As always, I'm very happy today to welcome Heather Lin back to the blog! In her last visit, she told us about Westridge and the inspirations that led her to tell that story. Now, she's introducing Rosa's Story, another side of the Westridge universe, and giving us a little insight into her on-going publishing journey.  … Continue reading Why I Chose Self-Publishing (Guest Post by Heather Lin)

Subjective and Objective Assholes (I Mean Opinions)

Hello! I am at the Willamette Writer's Conference for the day, but I still have a post for you. Oh yes. Last week, I wrote about why I think stories about true love or fated love are boring and unfulfilling. Unsurprisingly, some people disagree. This post also happened to coincide with the re-invigoration of the … Continue reading Subjective and Objective Assholes (I Mean Opinions)

True Love is Boring, and Other Musings on the Subject

It is a truth universally acknowledged that romance is a hugely important aspect of novels. And, if Goodreads reviews are any indication, it's also often a make-or-break aspect for readers. Genuine and powerful romances pull readers in. Insta-love with no basis in character development turns readers off. I, personally, have never been a reader of … Continue reading True Love is Boring, and Other Musings on the Subject

Love & Loss (Guest post by author Heather Lin)

You all remember Heather Lin, author of The System and Scandal. I'm very happy to host her here on the blog again, this time talking about her newest release, Westridge! We've got an exclusive excerpt for you to check out at the end of the post. Without further ado, Heather Lin! Heather lives in Delaware with her husband, cat, … Continue reading Love & Loss (Guest post by author Heather Lin)

Upcoming Release Dates Which Require Your Attention

Hello, all! I am writing this post out a few weeks in advance because by the time this goes up, I will be on my honeymoon somewhere and I want to make sure you have something to read while I'm gallivanting around with my new husband. I've been an editor for Curiosity Quills since October of … Continue reading Upcoming Release Dates Which Require Your Attention

I SEE THE WEB Now Available on Smashwords

Want to sit and read I See the Web all at once, away from your computer? Now you can! I See the Web is available for download in all kinds of fun formats, including Kindle mobi. For free! Thank you all so much for reading along as each part of the story was posted. It was a super … Continue reading I SEE THE WEB Now Available on Smashwords