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Four Big Reasons to Join or Start a Book Club ASAP

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By Julie Anne Lindsey, author of A GEEK GIRL’S GUIDE TO ARSENIC   In my new mystery series, The Geek Girl Mysteries, my heroine, Mia Connors, isn’t always cool, but when she is, it’s usually because she’s geeking out about something she loves. Family and chocolate aside, there’s nothing I love as much as books, […]

Four Reasons Darren and Izzy are Perfect for Each Other

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By Jonathan Watkins, author of the Bright & Fletcher Mysteries series   1. They’re both dedicated to the cause of justice. http://comicbookcovers.tumblr.com/post/112987167333/public-defender-in-action-9-february-1957-cover They don’t have to spend their lives defending others but they keep at it, even in the face of overwhelming odds. 2. They’re both flawed. http://obsidian-sphere.tumblr.com/post/135165656644/argosy-march-23-1931-started-as-a-childrens Well, Darren. Darren is flawed. Izzy’s just a […]

So You Think You Know Joe Gale’s Maine?

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By Brenda Buchanan, author of TRUTH BEAT To celebrate the February 1 release of Truth Beat, the third book in my Joe Gale Mystery Series, I’m having a contest. It’s a pop quiz inspired by the iconic Maine public television show, So You Think You Know Maine, a classic from the 70s and 80s that […]

February 2016 Dear Reader Letter

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Every Carina Press ebook includes a letter from Carina Press Editorial Director Angela James to you! She gives you a peek inside all of the amazing books published by Carina Press that month. Get ready to fall in love with reading all over again; here is a handy guide to all of our February 2016 releases. […]

2015 Year in Review – May 2015 Dear Reader Letter

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Every Carina Press ebook includes a letter from Carina Press Editorial Director Angela James to you! She gives you a peek inside all of the amazing books published by Carina Press that month. Here is a handy recap of all of our May 2015 releases. Enjoy!     Dear Reader, I’d rather be reading. How […]

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