99 Cents LGBT Pride Sale, by Clare Dugmore
Love is in the air. It’s summertime, people are getting married or proposing, and this weekend – at the end of LGBT Pride Month – the US joined contries like the UK, Ireland, Canada and New Zeland in legalizing gay marriage. Here at CQ, we’d like to celebrate the LGBT community, and this monumental point […]
Summer 2015 Review Contest, by Clare Dugmore
Summer is officially here! Now that schools have broken up and with many people off to the beach, it’s the perfect time to catch up on some vacation reading. CQ always has a plethora of great titles for you, many of which are often on sale (like our current 99 Cents LGBT Pride Sale)! But […]
June Releases Review Tour, by Clare Dugmore
Curiosity Quills is pleased to announce the review tour for our June releases! Between June 29 – July 12, you’ll find reviews for The Vampire Circus, by Rod Kierkegaard, Jr., Havelock, by Jane D Everly, Undercover Empath, by RaShelle Workman, Detour to Apocalypse, by Michael Panush, Silent Clarion, by Matthew Graybosch, The Defenders of Blackspire […]
99 Cents Sale: The Rearranged Life and The Book of Bart, by Clare Dugmore
We have an excellent deal for you today. Annika Sharma’s interacial contemporary-romance THE REARRANGED LIFE, and Ryan Hill’s urban-fantasy THE BOOK OF BART are on sale for 99 cents from June 25 – 26 only! The Rearranged Life Nithya, a vivacious, intelligent and driven college senior has always known what she has wanted: a successful […]
May Releases Review Tour, by Clare Dugmore
Curiosity Quills is excited to announce the review tour for our May releases! Between June 1 – 14, 2015, you’ll find reviews for Shadows of Asphodel, by Karen Kincy, Moon Bayou, by J.R. Rain and Rod Kierkegaard, Jr, Moseh’s Staff, by A.W. Exley, A Curse of Ash and Iron, by Christine Norris, and The Black […]
Space, the Final Frontier for Gender Stereotypes, by Randee Dawn
Space heroines are few and far between in movies and on TV. While occasionally you get your Ellen Ripleys (Alien) and Princess Leia (Star Wars) the truth is women rarely make it to fictional space in any kind of leadership capacity. It’s like they’re spackle: We need a Not Man Character so let’s put her […]
Jurassic World Review, by Jason Purdy
The Jurassic Park franchise has been extinct since the franchise asteroid collision that was the decidedly average third film. We’re back now, and we know the stakes are higher because we’re now in a world, rather than a park. Sadly the title doesn’t reflect a world overrun by dinosaurs, but rather a new park on […]
Michael Jackson’s famous red leather jacket: How clothing in TV and movies is secretly telling you a story, by Randee Dawn
Quick, now: What color is Jessica Rabbit’s dress in Who Killed Roger Rabbit? What color is the coat the unnamed little girl is wearing in the otherwise black-and-white Schindler’s List? What color is Michael Jackson’s leather jacket in the music video for “Thriller”? They’re all red, naturally. The fact that they’re so immediately memorable says […]
Vote Bunny Lord! – Not A Hero Review, by Jason Purdy
You are on the street team for an anthropomorphic time travelling purple alien rabbit called Bunny Lord. He wants to be elected president of the world to stop the coming apocalypse. You have three weeks until the election to eliminate the street gangs of London with ultra-violence to help his campaign. On paper, Not A […]
COVER REVEAL: Alice Takes Back Wonderland, by Clare Dugmore
On the 150th anniversary of the first publication of Lewis Carroll’s beloved Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Curiosity Quills Press announces the publication of David D. Hammons’ debut novel, a retelling of the classic story with many more beloved fairy tale characters joining Alice in Wonderland. The book will be released September 28, 2015. About Alice […]
99 CENTS SALE: Quite Contrary and Primetime, by Clare Dugmore
From June 4-5, 2015 bestseller Richard Roberts’ dark contemporary-fantasy, QUITE CONTRARY and the first annual CQ anthology PRIMETIME are on sale for 99 cents. Quite Contrary, by Richard Roberts The secret of having an adventure is getting lost. Who ever visited an enchanted kingdom or fell into a fairy tale without wandering into the woods first? […]