Two cons down, and two more coming up next month! Sarah and Oscar sold our books at the Akron-Summit Comic Con this past Sunday, and they had a blast!
It's that time of year again. . . . We love comic cons and other bookish/nerdy conventions, and we were able to reserve tables at three of them for this summer! The first one was this past Sunday, June 12th: the Pulp Fiction con in Westlake, Ohio. Oscar and I (Sarah) had a lot of fun selling Thinklings' books and other cool merch!
Have you heard? We've been working on a big project . . . videos! Our Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube channel have grown by leaps and bounds!
May is AAPI (Asian American and Pacific Islander) Heritage Month, so I thought I'd put together a list of my favorite books by AAPI authors. These are mostly fantasy titles, since it's my favorite genre. Here we go. . . .
This article first appeared in Deborah's blog.
They're gaining some traction again, but time was, serial novels were a big deal in English-speaking countries. They were published in the newspapers (some more legitimate than others), and some of our best-beloved classics were first written that way--A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens, for example.
A mess of a novel if I've ever read one . . .
From time to time, we poll our authors on their favorite books in a certain category. This time, we asked them about their favorite tales of myth and legend.
Here are their responses, in alphabetical order:
This week we've got a vlog entry! Deborah Natelson reads the first part of Sand to Glass by Remy Apepp, including its creation myth.
The book's back cover summary:
It's that time of year again--when we tell you about the new books we've got in the works for later this year!
And we're happy to announce that we've got more sequels coming!
March is National Women’s History Month. We’re a company founded by women, and (currently) most of our authors happen to be female. We adore strong female protagonists—and we’ve got a lot of those in our books. Two weeks ago, we heard from Sarah about her favorite women authors. Today, Deborah talks about how to write gender well (and mentions her favorite women authors at the end).
March is National Women’s History Month, and today is International Women’s Day. That means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. For us, it means talking about our favorite women authors!
We’re a company founded by women, and (currently) most of our authors happen to be female. We adore strong female protagonists—and we’ve got a lot of those in our books. Today in our blog, Sarah talks about some of her absolute favorite women authors.