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The Art of Three: “achingly lovely” & “absolutely should not miss”

We’re just four days away from The Art of Three and we have a lot of thanking and flailing to do, meaning there are some early reviews we’re thrilled to tell you about: First, you can take a look at what … Continue reading

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The Art of Three: No one gets left behind

While we started writing The Art of Three in the summer of 2015, some of the most significant emotional and structural work we did on the story happened in January 2016 when I was in Vienna for my day job. These … Continue reading

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Love in Los Angeles rereleases coming soon

Starling will once again be available starting February 14, 2017. This newly edited and expanded edition is over 5,000 words longer than the original edition and contains additional new material (as we trimmed of one or two things from the original). … Continue reading

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Tremontaine S1 is a Locus 2016 Recommended Read!

We’re very pleased to note that Tremontaine S1, out in paperback  and hardcover from SAGA Press in May 2017 and already available digitally from Serial Box Publishing, has made Locus’s annual list of recommended reads compiled by editors, reviewers, and other SFF … Continue reading

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Excerpt: The Art of Three – Jamie and Nerea discuss what has been lost

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

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Romance novels are feminist, political & made of witchcraft

In my household we often watch Say Yes to the Dress as background noise when writing or messing about on the Internet. This seems obvious. Romance writers, of course, we watch Say Yes to the Dress. Retrograde genre and retrograde show, right? Wrong. The … Continue reading

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Hugo & Nebula Award Eligibility

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

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