For every book we release, we’ll be sure to post a review of it during the week before the book comes out. Our next book, The Star-Crossed Pelican by Laura Ruth Loomis, is a sci-fi comedy perfect for fans of Douglas Adams, and will be published next Tuesday, December 5th. This review comes from Aline Soules.
Take it away, Aline. . . .
Every time we release a book, we’ll post an interview with its author during the month before the book is published. Our next novel, The Star-Crossed Pelican, comes out on December 5th. Pelican, as we affectionately call it for short—at least until a committee decides otherwise—is a hilarious science fiction novel comparable to Douglas Adams’ books. Booklist calls it “a delightful story . . . [that] will keep readers entertained and guessing.”
Today we are interviewing author Laura Ruth Loomis, a totally hoopy frood who, like her main character, may or may not have a technology hex.
Did you know that November is National Reading Month? This year, November 24-30 is National Book Week. And of course there's the famous NaNoWriMo, National Novel Writing Month, when writers aim to type or pen 50,000 words in 30 days. . . . I guess you could say, whether you're a reader or a writer (or both), November is fully booked! ;)
In honor of such a bookish month, we thought we'd share 10 great books about books! (Many but not all of them are speculative fiction.) Here they are, in no particular order:
Happy second publishing anniversary to our eighth book, Sand to Glass by Remy Apepp! Foreword Reviews calls this dark literary fantasy “a tight examination of the line between monster and human,” and other reviewers are calling Sand to Glass “beautifully written” and “stunning.” It’s perfect for fans of Anne Rice.
Need a bit more convincing to dive into the book? Then read the ten awesome quotes from Sand to Glass that we’ve compiled here!