January 2018 Sequels Release Day, by Clare Dugmore
It’s a new year, but one thing is consistent here at CQ – our sequels release day. On a selected day each month, we bring you much-anticipated sequels in some much loved CQ series. This month, we have a cyberpunk thriller from Matthew S. Cox, and a steampunk adventure from Jordan Elizabeth. Zero Rogue (The […]
LTUE, This Week, by Robert J Defendi writing as Bob Defendi
This week I’ll be participating in Life, the Universe, and Everything. This is an academic symposium and possibly my favorite “con.” Maybe because I give myself permission not to try to sell or conduct business there, but just to meet people, network, and make friends. I know those things blur together, but here, they blur […]
Seven Weird Romantic Relationships From TV and Books, by Oviya Raj
Shiver – Grace and Sam Shiver is pretty famous and has fans all over the world. I too fell for the hype and picked up the book. As the plot begins, we understand that Grace is in love with a wolf, yellow-eyed wolf – not the pet kind of love, but the romantic type of […]
The Drive, by Robert J Defendi writing as Bob Defendi
After I’ve played a big game like Divinity Original Sin 2, much less two big games like it in a row (I hit the end of the first game over the holidays), I tend to have built up quite the to-do list. If I’ve been playing normal length games, I might just need a day […]
Nebula Award Eligible Fiction 2017, by Clare Dugmore
Here is the full list of all novels and short stories published by Curiosity Quills in 2017 that are eligible for Nebula Awards. Any SFWA members can make nominations during the nomination period. Thank you for considering our authors for nomination! Novel The Tchaikovsky Finale (Fugue & Fable #3) by Darin Kennedy The Redeemed (The […]
7 Best Dark, Twisted Romances in TV and Books, by Oviya Raj
Hello Peeps! Good day to y’all! We all like romance, well most of us do. Every book we read has tints of romance, at least in its backdrop. While just roses and butterflies come across our minds at the thought of romance, there are characters who take it to the next level and make their […]
I Kissed A Ghoul … And I Liked It: The Story Of How Tommy Wharton Has Risen From The Grave, by Michael McCarty
The story about Tommy Wharton and I KISSED A GHOUL actually started with the publication of another book called RUSTY THE ROBOT’S HOLIDAY ADVENTURES, a science fiction kid’s book I co-written with Sherry Decker. I had a lot of fun writing RUSTY and decided to write a Young Adult Book. Shortly after RUSTY THE ROBOT’S […]
James Aquilone, by James Aquilone
This week sees another release, and another edition of the author spotlight Q&As, so you can get to know a little about the authors behind our latest titles. This week, please welcome James Aquilone, author of comedic, urban-fantasy horror Dead Jack and the Pandemonium Device. Who are you and where do you call home right […]
Clip Show, by Robert J Defendi writing as Bob Defendi
LTUE, Life, the Universe, and Everything, a local academic symposium for genre writers, is right around the corner. I’ve started getting requests for advice from first-time panelists and moderators. I’ve written a few posts on this subject in the past, so I decided for this week, I’d pull them together into one place. I’ve discovered, […]
What Inspired Me to Write Escape From Witchwood Hollow, by Jordan Elizabeth
My first published novel, ESCAPE FROM WITCHWOOD HOLLOW, will always hold a special place in my heart.  “Write what you know” the experts say, and I did.  I wrote about the woods surrounding my parents’ house. Granted, their woods aren’t haunted, at least not in the sense the woods in the story are.  I would […]