For disaster humans by a disaster human.
Do you love workplace romances, snarky banter, and just a hint of magic?
Available everywhere April 23, 2019.
If you missed it, my May 2017 release, A Queen from the North, was named Library Journal's Best Indie Ebook 2017. You can read an interview with me and Erin about it here.
Our March 2017 release, The Art of Three, also received some love, winning a Rainbow Book Award in its category. This book is incredibly close to my heart and involved a lot of crying in Vienna at 3am to write, so if it's your jam, I hope you will check it out.
MEAWHILE, our fifth novel, After the Gold, about a pair of Olympic figure skaters, comes out in one week on June 12, 2018. Smart Bitches, Trashy Books has already placed it on their list of most anticipated books for June. If you like road trips, cows, heroines battling generaized anxiety, or Virtue/Moir, this is the book for you.
https://lettersfromtitan.com/2016/04/22/not-exactly-an-uptown-girl-at-the-zuckerbaeckerball/ - I went on an adventure in Vienna
https://lettersfromtitan.com/2016/05/07/on-unearned-holiday-greetings/ - Mother's day. That's a thing.
https://lettersfromtitan.com/2016/05/13/i-enjoy-being-a-girl-sometimes-sort-of/ - I have a celebrity wife problem
The other big news is that I am the producer of and one of the writers on season 1 of Tremontaine, a 13-episode serial that is a prequel to Ellen Kushner's Swordspoint. Ellen, along with Malinda Lo, Alaya Dawn Johnson, Joel Derfner, Patty Bryant, and myself have created a series about the the rise of Diane, Duchess Tremontaine. The series also features Kaab, a foreign spy who is part of the city's merchant class; Micah, a farm girl who really, really likes math; and Rafe, a scholar who wants to change the world and irritate as many people as possible while doing it.
Swords, chocolate, and (generally quite queer) sex abound.
The first episode is free in both ebook and audio format. This week we're up to episode 4, but there's plenty of time to catch up, and you can go at your own pace.
The best place to subscribe is SerialBox.com where you get the ebook and audio versions of each episode for just $1.59 per week. Or you can buy the audio and ebook separately wherever you normally do those things on the Internet.
By Racheline Maltese and Erin McRae
Be careful what you wish for…
When J. Alex Cook, a production assistant on The Fourth Estate (one of network TV’s hottest shows), is accidentally catapulted to stardom, he finds himself struggling to navigate both fame and a relationship with Paul, one of Fourth’s key writers. Despite their incendiary chemistry, Alex’s inexperience and the baggage they’re both carrying quickly lead to an ugly break-up.
Because the stars aren’t benign
Reeling from their broken hearts, Alex has an affair and Paul has an ill-advised reunion with an old flame. Meanwhile, the meddling of their colleagues, friends — and even the paparazzi! — quickly make Alex and Paul’s real life romance troubles the soap opera of the television season.
But while the entertainment value may be high, no one knows better than Alex and Paul that there are no guarantees when it comes to love in Los Angeles.
You can get Starling now on Amazon, at the Torquere bookstore, and at Smashwords, and AllRomance. Throughout today and the rest of this week, it will also become available at other major ebook retailers, including B&N. As that happens, we’ll update the links on our book page.
The print paperback should be available sometime next week.
As always, reviews help improve a book’s visibility. We hope you will take a moment to review Starling on your favorite website(s) (e.g., Amazon, Goodreads, etc.) and encourage you to do the same for all your reading choices.
5 more days!