Can romance novels be feminist? How do the politics and perceptions of race in publishing determine who gets a happily ever after on the page? And just what is a guilty pleasure anyway? I've always considered myself a feminist and I gave up feeling guilty about enjoying romance novels a long time ago but the conversation… Continue reading Offbeat Ada’s: Feminist Romance Novels
So, news: Kindle Press has put Death's Dancer on sale for just 99¢ from now until May 2nd. If you're looking for a new series to start, now's the time. Get yours for Kindle--> https://amzn.to/2JbG2xf About Death's Dancer: Dancer Isela Vogel forged a lucrative career bending the power… Continue reading Kindle Sale: Death’s Dancer
The Kindle edition of Death's Dancer is now just 99¢ on Amazon.com as part of the reader's favorites summer sale. From romance to thrillers, YA to chick-lit, sci-fi and fantasy, the sale has something for everyone. Here are a few that I enjoyed recently: Coming soon:… Continue reading 99¢ Kindle Press Readers Favorites Sale On Now
Amazon Publishing released a new tool for its authors, and one of the coolest bits of data we now have easy access to is our most highlighted quotes. I was delighted to find these two were your favorites: "Who walks into a wolf's den and comes out alive? Her father's old joke came unbidden as… Continue reading Most Highlighted + Graphics + News
I'll be reading on Tuesday, May 9th at the Vermillion in Seattle at 7pm as part of the At The Inkwell reading series. The theme of the night is "The Morning After" : Life is filled with great parties, bad dates, national tragedies, personal successes, and other transformative events that shape us. But what do… Continue reading Readings and local bookstore news!