For every book we release, we'll feature an interview with one of its major characters. This person may or may not be the main character; in the case of The Cosmic Turkey, it is not. We interviewed Pietro, who's not only Venusian and a popular blogger but also the infamous ex-boyfriend of the main character, Janet. Let's see what Pietro had to say.
I think of really long books like really long songs. Your average book or song is 300 pages or 3 minutes. Some bulk it out to 500 pages or 5 minutes. Occasionally, you get a book of 1000+ pages or a song of 10 minutes or more.
For every book we release, we'll feature an interview with one of its major characters. This person may or may not be the main character; in the case of The Disposable by Katherine Vick, it is. We interviewed Fodder of Humble Village, whose job involves getting killed over and over again. Or at least, that was his job until he decided to rebel against "the powers that be" in his world. Let's see what Fodder had to say.
For every book we release, we'll feature an interview with one of its major characters. This person may or may not be the main character; in the case of The Land of the Purple Ring, it is not. We let the Narrator of the book handle this interview with Vamazz the Vamazing. Let's see what silliness ensued!
Just a quick announcement: The Rafflecopter drawing for a FREE signed paperback copy of Skate the Thief will be held on Tuesday, June 30th, at 7 p.m. CST, 8 p.m. EST. Author Jeff Ayers will perform the random selection on Facebook Live, which you can watch at that date and time on his author Facebook page. It's going to be a great time! Like and follow Jeff, if you haven't already; his page is a lot of fun!
There's still time to enter the drawing! It ends at 11:59 p.m. on Monday, June 29th. See this blog post for the rules and details.
For every book we release, we'll feature an interview with one of its major characters. This person may or may not be the main character; in the case of Skate the Thief, it is not. We interviewed Haman Vaerion: a thief, a wizard, and a man of secrets. Let's see what tidbits we were able to pry out of him.
Because of continued restrictions and social distancing due to COVID-19, our authors are still unable to do in-person book signings right now. Fortunately, we've come up with a safe and fun alternative: See this blog post from early April. But we're giving it a little update here, since we have a new book available!
As a teenager, I lived about two-and-a-half hours south of my grandmother. I’d drive up about every two weeks to stay the weekend, and whenever I did, I visited Borders. (At that time, my town had only a Barnes and Noble.) I almost always bought a book when I went. Sometimes, I bought one I knew I wanted; other times, I bought one that turned out bad—or mediocre. There is only one book I remember turning out fabulous.
We hope you are surviving The COVID and The Quarantine just fine! We know that all this time inside and with our families can be trying for both introverts and extroverts. Even the Thinklings staff members who’ve always worked from home have had to deal with the upheaval. Jeannie’s learning how to homeschool, Sarah has moved her weekly lunch dates with her best friend (her mom) to online or phone interactions, Ali’s husband is home all the time, Christopher Light's neighbors' children are running wild, Deborah’s quarantine negotiations with her roommates have stalled, and Gene (our extreme extrovert) has started hallucinating parties.
If you’re like us, you’ve been feeling the need more than ever, lately, to get lost in a good book and forget our chaotic world for a while. Looking for some recommendations? We’ve compiled a list of ten excellent, humorous, lighthearted books that are perfect for escaping into!