Double Release Day, by Clare Dugmore
We have a double treat for fantasy fans today with two releases. First there’s book three in Kate McIntyre’s historical-fantasy detective series The Faraday Files: The Heartreader’s Secret, and we also have book four in Eliza Tilton’s fantasy romance series The Daath Chronicles: Deceptively Beautiful – A Daath Wedding. The Heartreader’s Secret The brilliant engineer […]
YA SciFi & Fantasy Double Sale, by Clare Dugmore
Richard Roberts’ bestselling YA superhero novel PLEASE DON’T TELL MY PARENTS I’M A SUPERVILLAIN is 99 CENTS and Eliza Tilton’s YA epic fantasy BROKEN FOREST is FREE; September 14 -15! PLEASE DON’T TELL MY PARENTS I’M A SUPERVILLAIN: 99 Cents; Sept 14-15! Penelope Akk wants to be a superhero. She’s got superhero parents. She’s got […]
Daath Chronicles Photo Contest, by Clare Dugmore
Curiosity Quills is excited to announce that Eliza Tilton’s young-adult, fantasy series The Daath Chronicles has undergone a makeover ahead of the release of novella Deadly Dance on December 10. To celebrate the new covers, and Deadly Dance’s forthcoming release, Eliza Tilton is hosting a fabulous contest. All you have to do is take a […]
$2.99 SALE: Valcoria, by Jason King, by Clare Dugmore
Fantasy fans, we have a great offer for you. Between September 21-26, 2015, Jason King’s high fantasy Valcoria: Children of the Crystal Star is on sale for just $2.99! Valcoria: Children of the Crystal Star History repeats itself like a song. The verses may vary, but the melody is always the same. The eastern empire […]
New Year 2015 Sale, by Clare Dugmore
2014 has been an amazing year for Curiosity Quills. We announced a deal with Audible, released almost ninety titles, signed nearly as many for 2015 – including debuts and sequels – claimed the number one spot in various Amazon bestsellers charts, and won various awards.  We engaged one of the biggest film agencies (CAA) to […]
Kindle or Kindling: A Song of Ice and Fire Changes the Game, by Holly Reynolds
Our series of the e-book vs. real book debate continues with a train of thought I had a few months ago, while staying up late reading A Game of Thrones, Book One of A Song of Ice and Fire. A little background first: this is not my first attempt at starting the dauntingly lengthy series, […]