The big sale on A Queen from the North, may be over, but if you missed it, you can still get it at a discounted $2.99 for a limited time. What better way to celebrate the royal baby and wedding? (By the way, what do we think about the baby name? Louis Arthur Charles? It all feels very French and tragic.) Additionally, a big thank you to everyone who recently picked up the book and already read and reviewed. Reviews make a huge difference to an author, and seeing those numbers tick up means the world.
We’re getting much closer to Erin and I embarrassing ourselves on the ice. Assuming we get there, this will happen in DC and/or NYC in August as best fits with some road trip action we have going on. At least four friends have volunteered to video tape this so far.
Finally, we love international settings and we love our international readers — many of whom are Kobo users. If you’re a Kobo user, keep an eye out. Several of our books, including The Art of Three and Midsummer have been chosen to be a part of international promotions in various Kobo markets over the next month, and there might be some good deals out there for you!
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The new royal baby has arrived! A name has not yet been announced yet, but history has been made as Princess Charlotte will maintain her pre-baby distance from the throne despite now having a little brother.
(Considering that A Queen from the North contains a teenage genderqueer court witch as supporting character, we work hard not to further contribute to the gender essentialism of this moment, however, it’s necessary to note this historical moment! As we get close to the release of the QFTN sequel, expect lots of posts about gender (and gender neutral) royal titles. There are plenty out there, but it’s tricky in English, even in a novel set in an alternate universe!)
Just a quick thank you to all our readers and everyone who has spread the word about A Queen from the North this week and every week! We know our book is a bonkers mix of royal romantic comedy, political drama, historical meddling and raven prophecies, ad we are delighted any time anyone find the story they want or need in it!
We were number one in our category in the U.S. Amazon store earlier this week, and are currently number ones in the fantasy, science fiction, and alternative history categories in Canada. Not only that, we’re #14 in the Canadian Kindle store over all! We’d love to keep climbing, but suspect James Comey probably has a lock on that number one spot this week.
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We know some of you are binge readers and aren’t here for the episode-by-episode experience of Tremontaine. Never fear, while we’re hard t work on S4 all S3 episodes are now collected in a single book!
Available at Serial Box Publishing, Amazon, or wherever you like to get your ebooks!
The royal wedding is a month away. The new royal baby is due any day. And A Queen from the North is on sale!
Through April 24, 2018 you can get Library Journal’s Best Indie Ebook 2017 for just $.99! This offer applies to Amazon, Google Play, iBooks, Kobo, and B&N.
Lady Amelia Brockett, known to her family as Meels, is having the Worst. Christmas. Ever. Dumped by her boyfriend and rejected from graduate school, her parents deem her the failure of the family.
But when her older brother tries to cheer her with a trip to the races, a chance meeting with Arthur, the widowed, playboy Prince of Wales, offers Amelia the opportunity to change her life – and Britain’s fortunes – forever.
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Summer… Shakespeare… skulls?!?
When long-time theater professional John heads to Virginia to play Oberon in the Theater in the Woods’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the last thing he expects is become captivated by Michael, the actor playing Puck.
Despite reeling from a personal loss – and being inexperienced with men – John rushes headlong into an affair with Michael. But their fling may be doomed by secrets and a sinister discovery neither man is prepared for.
A sumptuous tale of summer passion and unexpected romance.
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(Note this story contains character backstories related to child death. No other common triggers. If you’ve have questions, feel free to ask.)
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