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Tremontaine is here, and people like it, including: The Washington Post: “The real magic is how well six authors can spin together a narrative. The book is a prequel of sorts to Ellen Kushner’s ‘Swordspoint’ series, but stands perfectly well … Continue reading
Or, how to write a book while crying in Vienna at 3am. If you wanted to know more about how and why we wrote The Art of Three, what we learned from it, and what a tenderhearted nerd Racheline is, … Continue reading
Erin and I often say that we’re witches. Among other reasons, we say this because our books always know what’s going on in our lives and the world before we do. This hasn’t necessarily been more true of The Art of Three … Continue reading
It’s SF/F awards season, and Tremontaine is eligible in various categories. Frankly, so is some of our PNR stuff, but it’s the Tremontaine stuff that is really confusing. It’s a done thing in SF/F circles to let people know how an what you’ve … Continue reading
Today, this appeared on the Internet: https://caferisque.blogspot.com/2016/10/labels-by-cardeno-c.html E(dited)T(o)A(dd): The author has apologized on the original post to commenters and has stated that the way they (and I) took the post was, thankfully, the opposite of their intent. I am choosing to … Continue reading
All Romance | Amazon | B&N “Fans of sensual, romantic stories will love this one …. This is incredibly well-written and nuanced; it’s simply marvelous.” – Inked Rainbow Reads, 5* “A lushly worded book, filled with romance and characters that leap from the page. … Continue reading