Tag Archives: you tell us

You tell us: what genre do you wish there was more of?


Your turn to tell us…what you think we should be publishing? Okay, not just us, but across the board in publishing, what genre do you wish there was more of? Are you hankering for a great Western romance, looking to go back in time with steampunk technology or maybe have a lingering desire to visit […]

You tell us: do you like stories set in unusual places?


Thanks to the wonders of pre-set posting, today while you read this, I’m actually on my way to Australia, for the beginning of a two-week trip to Australia and New Zealand, where I’ll be attending two romances conferences and giving a presentation to publishers. So in honor of that, today’s questions is all about location. […]

You tell us: should the cover art match?


This week I want to hear from you all about the cover art. I’ve seen a lot of reader comments about cover art, and I think we can agree that cover art is important. Sure, we’re told not to “judge a book by its cover”, but we all know we do it. It’s why how […]

You tell us: What should a digital book be priced?


Trying something new here on the Carina Press blog! I spend a lot of time telling you things, things that are going on behind the scenes, what we’re doing, what the new releases are, and all assortment of writing and editing advice. Now it’s your turn, I’d like you to tell me what you think! […]


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