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February 2016 Dear Reader Letter


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. […]

The End of a Series, the Beginning of a…Knitted Scarf?


By R.L. Naquin, author of PHOENIX IN MY FORTUNE  It seems like everyone knits or crochets right now. A decade or two ago, everyone I knew did cross stitch. Somewhere in between, everybody was distressing, crackling, marbling and antiquing furniture. I have participated in each of these things. Countless unfinished cross-stitch projects fill tote bags […]

The (Sometimes) Famous Side Character


By Joshua Roots, author of SUMMONED CHAOS I’ve always been a huge fan of Side Characters, the men and women of fiction who help the Hero/Heroine along the way. Playing a supporting role, they’re the ones who often get to say the things the Main Character can’t or won’t. Other times, they’re the ones who […]

Crossing The Finish Line (Plus Giveaway!)


Wheee, I did it! With the release of Dangerous Angel, I’ve completed my first series. This project took over a year and a half to complete, from an idea about a demonic apocalypse, to this moment. Over 231,000 words later, It. Is. DONE. I love writing in many romance subgenres, from contemporary to cyberpunk (I’m […]

Writing Blind

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When I first came up with the premise for Sight Unseen, I stared at the one-sentence log line for a long, long time. Then, having convinced myself I could never write this book, I slid it away into a drawer. The next day, I pulled it out again and stared some more. I read it, […]