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

…sten to this engaging discussion. Quicklinks to guests (to save scrolling) Anne Gracie Sarah Mayberry Kate Cuthbert The podcast (audio-only version) is at the top of this post and the video of this conversaion is directly below. Anne Gracie Anne spent her childhood on the move when her father’s job took them around the world. The gypsy life taught her that humour and love are universal languages and that favorite books can take you home, whe…

Anne Gracie

…ndroid | 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 world. The gypsy life taught her that humour and love are universal languages and that favorite books can take you home…

Winter Bride by Anne Gracie

…story, other than the budding romance and forging of a new family, is how Anne Gracie gently mocks those with Literary aspirations whose focus is Symbolism, Metaphor and Deeper Meaning. Meanwhile, Gracie’s heroines and their friends relish Pride and Prejudice. The second Chance Sister novel opens with Damaris escaping China in horrific circumstances to arrive in London and be carried, kicking and screaming, to the brothel. Her traumatic past insp…

Spring Bride by Anne Gracie

…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 determined to…

2015-03: March in review

…Rider Tithe: A Modern Tale of Faerie by Holly Black Winter Bride (The) by Anne Gracie Game reviews Legend of Zelda — Majora’s Mask Limited Edition (showcase) Nintendo 3DS: Kirby Triple Deluxe Movie reviews Birdman (or the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) (2014) Black Sea (2014) Cinderella (2015) Focus (2015) Hunger Games: Mockingjay part 1 Insurgent (2015) Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014) Manny Lewis (2014) Predestination (2014) Star Wars: Fixe…

2015-05: May in review

…t Truth by Dan Gemeinhart Hold the Dark by William Giraldi Spring Bride by Anne Gracie Techbitch (aka The Knockoff) by Lucy Sykes and Jo Piazza Game review Nintendo 3DS: Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Movie reviews Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) Black Water (2007) Infini (2015) Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) The Undiscovered Hawkeye TV reviews Breaking Bad: Season One Art & comics Cloverleaf traffic jam — a silly illo by Ian Gunn Clunky spaceship — a si…

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

…applies to Red and Blue? Time War has more in common with Gladiatrix than Anne Gracie’s Regency romances and yet romance is the dominant theme. Broad brushstrokes or surreal narrative? This Is How You Lose The Time War is at times so surreal it’s out of my comfort zone. I prefer stories of the concrete, scenes I can visualise, plants that evoke scent. Instead the narrative is told in broad brushstrokes, vague hyperbole and metaphor. At othe…

2015-04: April in review

…there by Holly Coldberg Sloan Skull Throne by Peter Brett Spring Bride by Anne Gracie Vagrant by Peter Newman News, events, articles and essays 2015-03: March in review 2015 A Bertram Chandler Award 2015 Norma K Hemming Award winner Confessions of a Recovering WoW Addict — There’s a Glyph for That Editing and publishing: Get it RIGHT! Happy Easter folks! Homecooked Comics Festival 2015 Jeet Heer on breaking the Hugo Awards Kitteh knows inception…