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Romancing the Reader: Kate Cuthbert, Anne Gracie and Sarah Mayberry

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Android | RSS Romancing the Reader Kate Cuthbert of Escape Publishing, the electronic arm of Harlequin here in Melbourne, invited authors Anne Gracie and Sarah Mayberry to join her in discussing romance: reading and writing romance. I, Philistine that I am, enjoyed this conversation and learnt about publishing, targeting audiences…

Anne Gracie

https://www.darkmatterzine.com/podcasts/AnneGracie-interview.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Android | RSS Internationally award-winning and best-selling romance author Anne Gracie talks to Nalini Haynes about her novels and career. This interview is available in audio-only (MP3, above) and in video format (MP4, below). Introducing Anne Gracie Anne spent her childhood on the move when her father’s job took them around the…

Winter Bride by Anne Gracie

A review by Lynne Larby A romantic family tree begins with Jane Austen before branching through generations including Georgette Heyer and Marion Chesney to blossom once more in Anne Gracie. Each author’s work becomes a little more racy, more modern despite the Regency setting, until Gracie’s Chance Sisters quartet. Not all of the Chance sisters are virgins before meeting their beaux and, so far, neither sister is quite chaste upon the day of…

Spring Bride by Anne Gracie

A review by Lynne Larby Spring Bride is the third Chance Sister Regency romance by Anne Gracie, telling Jane Chance’s story of sense versus sensibility. Jane Chance is so beautiful that she’s been stalked, experienced attempted kidnappings and lived under threat. Not only that, but her parents’ elopement, resulting in being disowned by both parents’ families, caused severe hardship for Jane as a child. Now she’s…

2015-03: March in review

This post is Dark Matter Zine‘s March in review: items received, news, interviews, guest blogs, reviews… categories of posts are grouped together with individual links to help you find all the things. Cheers. Items received In the interests of disclosure, here’s a photo of “real” items received in the month of March. This photo doesn’t include ebooks or media passes to see movies because, sadly, THEY’RE…

2015-05: May in review

This post lists Dark Matter Zine‘s May posts: items received, news, interviews, guest blogs, reviews… categories of posts are grouped together with individual links to help you find all the things. Items received Items received during the month of May (mostly the last week or so; I think publishers took too much notice of me saying “I’ll have more time during the mid-year break”.) 7 Days by Eve Ainsworth — YA Convergence by…

This is How You Lose The Time War by Amal El-Mohtar and Max Gladstone

A review by Nalini Haynes Red is a super-human woman wandering the highways and byways of space, time and quantum universes. Her job is tweaking timeline strands, braiding them together, to ensure her Agency wins the Time War. Blue is a super-human woman, an elite if slightly estranged-from-her-collective warrior in the Time War. Her job is tweaking strands, braiding them together, to defeat the Agency and to ensure her Garden wins the Time…

2015-04: April in review

This post lists Dark Matter Zine‘s April posts: items received, news, interviews, guest blogs, reviews… categories of posts are grouped together with individual links to help you find all the things. It’s late because I’ve had the fortnight from hell with the World’s Biggest Assignment for an Undergraduate Degree (50 pages and counting; it’s the Never Ending Assignment). Items received Items received for April are:…