A zany space opera following the antics of intergalactic traders who never get the mission right. Available March 9, 2015. A terminal diagnosis turns a CEO's life of regret into a race toward redemption. Available now! Congratulations to Artemus Withers and Jeff Hastings! But don't … [Read more...]
License to Talk
When it comes to suspension of disbelief, any creative license you might take with logic, plot, facts (or physics) will likely be forgiven if the result is...well...cool. And obviously a deliberate decision rather than a lazy mistake. Just consider the popularity of BBC's Doctor Who series. As a … [Read more...]
In need of a muse?
Arthur is being quite literal this week -- what happened to his imagination? I guess that's why he needs a muse! Where do you find your inspiration? Years ago I commuted through the rolling wheat fields of the Palouse with my husband, who loves to drive; which gave me plenty of time to think up … [Read more...]
An Unexpected Mentor
As writers, we're all used to talking to imaginary characters. But I have to admit, I've never had my pencil talk to me! I'm afraid if I was in Arthur's shoes, I'd be checking the expiration dates in my medicine cabinet. In this case, however, I have a feeling he's found a rather unusual … [Read more...]
You Voted: Here’s the Results!
Remember the custom photo shoot we did for Mary A. Perez's cover? And then we asked for your input on which image to use? Well, the results are in and the cover designer took your input and made the winner of the poll into something wonderful (as usual!): Cover design and photography by … [Read more...]
We've been looking forward to this day for what feels like ages--finally, we can introduce you to the fabulous YA fantasy author who has come aboard the Chart House Press ship: B. L. Marsh has been writing and telling stories her entire life. She is a music teacher, guest lecturer and runs … [Read more...]
Cover Reveal: Romance in the Air
Christmas has come and gone, and we all know what that means: the stores are full of red hearts and stuffed animals holding boxes of chocolates. There's certainly no more suitable month than February to release our very first romance, and we're thrilled that it was written by Roe Valentine--she is … [Read more...]
Telling Arthur: Trusty No. 2
If I've learned one thing from workshops, conferences, and author panels, it's that there is no one right "process" for writing a great book. Sophie Jordan, who I met at the Houston Writers Guild conference in 2012 and have had the pleasure of getting to know better at the West Houston RWA chapter … [Read more...]
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