Buy the paperback edition of Survival Kit’s Apocalypse and recieve the ebook edition for free., by Clare Dugmore
Everyone loves a great deal, right? Well to celebrate the beginning of November, we have one for you! If you buy the paperback edition of Beverly Williams’ new-adult, science-fiction thriller, romance Survival Kit’s Apocalypse, we will send you a free copy of the digital edition. Then you can read the book whenever you like (even in […]
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 […]
5 Family Activities to Bring Us Closer Together inspired by Stranger Things., by Dani Eide
Stranger Things is Netflix’s buzziest new television sensation… and now that season 2 has released the fandom has gotten HUGE!! Have you caught the frenzy for this show?! Well I have and will probably be finishing the last of season 2 by the time you read this post. A magnificent homage to the 80s it […]
Interview with The SwitcH authors A.W. Hill & Nathanael Hill, by Clare Dugmore
Want to know more about the father-son duo behind our latest YA scifi thriller, The Switch? Well you’re in luck, as we have an interview with authors A.W. Hill & Nathanael Hill about writing a book together, the science behind parallel universes, and if there will be a The Switch 2. Okay, so who gets credit […]
Will AI Replace Writers?, by Matt Weber
The capabilities of artificial intelligence have grown by leaps and bounds in the past half-decade. Some of this is driven by improvements in algorithm design, some by hardware, but the results are on the Internet for just about anyone to see: Facebook’s face recognition and Apple’s autocomplete are both supported by neural networks. And AI […]
Alien Covenant – Brain Dead Space Truckers, by Jason Purdy
While Alien Covenant was a fun film, the entire crew of the spaceship make repeatedly stupid decisions throughout the entire film, getting themselves rightfully slaughtered in a feat of space Darwinism.
10 Romantic Sci-Fi Book Covers That Will Make You Believe There Is Love on Other Planets, by Nya Designs
In a time where ebooks are available one Amazon’s click away, and with so many to chose from, cover design has never been more important in reflecting the tone and the content of a book. When we think about science fiction, romance isn’t the first thing that usually comes to mind, at least not as […]
Relationship Wars: Unique Couples, by Dani Eide
You’ve just finished a book. You think: wow, that rivals my favorite “book of all time.” You can fill “book of all time” with any of your favorite relationships, story troupes or genres, but you get the idea, these are your favorites! It’s understandable when this happens, there are writers giving us incredible stories all […]
The Marriage of True Minds, by Samantha Bryant
Shakespeare’s Sonnet #116 is one of my favorites. Who can forget Kate Winslet reciting it in the rain, her broken heart ravaging her face in Sense and Sensibility? She thought she and Willoughby had something eternal, but he broke her heart over mere money. In particular I love this line: “Love is not love/ Which […]
Dear Teen Me, by Edward Aubry, by Edward Aubry
Dear Teen Me, ADD is a real thing.  You have it, it’s going to go undiagnosed and untreated, and nobody will ever cut you any slack for it.  Let’s get all that on the table right up front.  It’s why things that seem pretty easy for lots of other people are impossibly confusing to you.  […]