Tag Archives: Carina Press launch

Persistance and the Runner’s Journey

| | 3 comments

We all know and love the success stories in this industry. The meteoric rises from obscurity. The hit-after-hit careers that inspire generations of writers. The self-publishing phenomena, bucking trends and making millions in seemingly no time at all. They spur the rest of us on. No matter how realistic we say we are about our […]

Which Came First?

| | 3 comments

Greta Zwieg forges masterpieces. With her copies on their walls and the original paintings safely hidden, the noble families of Austria can rest assured their treasures will survive Napoleon’s advances. But now Greta’s uncle is changing the rules, selling her counterfeits as originals. Greta abhors the deceit. Anxious for her family’s safety in a perilous […]

Men are Only Good for One Thing

| | 26 comments

I don’t know about ya’ll, but a man with an accent totally does it for me. Raimond, my hero, is French. This was a first for me. I don’t usually go the foreign route. I like to stick with what I know. Not that I’m opposed to research, I’ve done my fair share, but I […]

The Joys of an Overactive Imagination

| | 34 comments

So you know those fools you see running out of a haunted house, screaming their heads off as a madman with a chainsaw chases after them? You know the people I’m talking about. We’ve all seen them. The people who can’t grasp that there isn’t a chain on the end of that saw and it’s […]

Categories