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I wrote World of Riverside fanfiction before I got hired to write and produce on the prequel serial Tremontaine. To celebrate the release of the season 1 hardcover and paperback, I wrote a little bit about how that happened, why it’s weird, … Continue reading
Starling in its reedited form (and featuring more Victor) is now available in ebook and paperback on sites beyond Amazon. Doves is also available wide now in ebook. The paperback has been submitted to the printer and we’ll have those in a … Continue reading
In addition to all the usual channels, several of our titles (with more to come) are now available on Radish, a serialized fiction site where you read (and purchase) books in bite-sized pieces that take 8 – 15 minutes to … Continue reading
The Art of Three has received an Honorable Mention in the Bisexual Romance category in the 2017 Rainbow Awards. This means that a judge gave it at least a 36 out of possible 40 points and does not imply that … Continue reading
A Queen from the North is now available in ebook! The paperback is in production and should be available mid-month. Amazon reader kashmir1 says, “A wonderful, refreshing take…. The main characters were three dimensional and relatable. Loved the inclusion of … Continue reading
A Queen from the North comes out on May 23, 2017 in ebook. (Right now the preorder is only up on Amazon, but we’ll have all the other major distributors up this weekend). Paperbacks will be available mid-June, and the … Continue reading
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