2017 Holidays Sale, by Clare Dugmore
Happy holidays, everyone! It’s been another great year for CQ, with a plethora of new releases, including debut authors, sequels, and new novels from established authors. And of course, we wouldn’t have had this success without you, our loyal readers. So, as a thank you, between Sunday, December 17 and Sunday, December 24 SEVENTY-SEVEN CQ […]
October Sequels Release Day, by Clare Dugmore
Don’t you just love that feeling when you’ve been waiting for a much loved series to return, and the day finally arrives? [Much like fans of The CW’s DC superhero shows must be feeling this week!] Well we have our own trio of “returns” for you, too, as three much-loved CQ series release their second […]
Trying New Things: 5 of the Funniest K-dramas, by Dani Eide
K-drama is short for Korean drama, a scripted television show made in South Korea that fans from all around the world now stream over the internet. You’ve probably already heard about Japanese anime or manga or know a friend that is just rabid about it. And you don’t get it. How can something in another […]
Make Them Die Laughing, by Rick Gualtieri, by Clare Dugmore
Rick Gualtieri’s new comedy-horror The Wicked Dead (Tome of Bill #7) releases today, and we invited Rick to the CQ blog to talk about how he blends the two genres. In celebration of his new release, Rick is hosting a Rafflecopter giveaway in which one lucky winner will receive signed paperback copies of books 1-4 […]
Review Tour: October Releases, by Clare Dugmore
Curiosity Quills is thrilled to announce that from October 12 – October 30, you’ll find reviews for our October releases – Otto Von Trapezoid and the Empress of Thieves by Jesse Baruffi, Emma and the Banderwigh by Matthew Cox, Demon Heart by Emma L. Adams, and Dead Girl Running by Ann Noser. Otto Von Trapezoid […]
Folklore Friday Author Spotlight: Andrew Buckley, by Clare Dugmore
Folklore Friday continues as we interview one of our own authors, Andrew Buckley, the mastermind behind satirical-fairytale/ comedic-fantasy Stiltskin. Welcome to the site, Andrew. Let’s dive right into the questions … 1) Were you always intending to explore multiple fairy tales, or did that aspect of the book develop as you wrote? Have you always […]
Screwball Comedy is Praised and “Downton Abbey’s” Creator Explains Why Robert Altman Left Him Alone, by Randee Dawn
Welcome to “Between the Lines,” a new column at Curiosity Quills, where we can talk about the words behind the nitty-gritty of what makes scripts, scenes, shows, movies and writers tick.