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  • Artificial Intelligence in YA
    Robots have long been a favorite of fans all across Asia. Pacific Rim directed by Guillermo del Toro was not considered successful at the box office in the United States, yet it became de Toro’s most commercially successful film to date earning a worldwide total of more than $411 million—$114 million in China alone. In […] The post Artificial Intelligence in YA appeared first on Curiosity Quills P...
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  • Author Event at Lansdowne Woods
    Curiosity Quills is excited to announce that Courtney Sloan, Keith Fentonmiller, and Adriana Arrington will be at Lansdowne Woods, VA on Wednesday July 19, speaking about the inspiration for their stories, the publishing process, and forthcoming subscription box service CQ are soon to launch, followed by short readings of their novels, and questions from those […] The post Author Event at Lansdown...
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  • Five Aiden James Titles for 99 Cents (or Less)
    Fans of fantasy and the fantastical, we have a great deal for you this summer. Between July 17 – 18, FIVE titles by prolific writer Aiden James will be on sale for 99 cents each, or less. Titles in the offer include: The Forgotten Eden – free Hidden within the deep woods of rural Alabama, […] The post Five Aiden James Titles for 99 Cents (or Less) appeared first on Curiosity Quills Press.
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  • Reviews: the Good, the Bad, and the Necessary
    When my first book, ESCAPE FROM WITCHWOOD HOLLOW, came out in 2014, I talked about it constantly.  Family, friends, and coworkers were happy (I assume they were happy!) to buy a copy.  Whenever I sold one to them, I asked that when they were done, they leave a review. They would lift their eyebrows at […] The post Reviews: the Good, the Bad, and the Necessary appeared first on Curiosity Quills Pre...
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  • Better Call Saul – Season 3 Review
    Reaching it's third season, Better Call Saul doesn’t feel like a Breaking Bad prequel anymore. The post Better Call Saul – Season 3 Review appeared first on Curiosity Quills Press.
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  • 8 Tips on How to Write Credible Family Characters
    Most characters in a story will have a family member featuring at least in a minor role in the plot. But how should you write them to make them credible? All characters need to be credible A character in a script, a novel or novella needs to have a personality, inner conflicts, outer conflicts, nuance […] The post 8 Tips on How to Write Credible Family Characters appeared first on Curiosity Quills...
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  • Teaching Grit
    Recently I read an article* about the characteristics of grit and how important it is for success. In the article it says: According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, grit in the context of behavior is defined as “firmness of character; indomitable spirit.” Strength is a much touted personality trait that is a part of nearly every […] The post Teaching Grit appeared first on Curiosity Quills Pres...
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  • The Culture of Now – A Writer Mom’s Teaching Moment
    Has anyone else noticed that we’re living in a culture of “now?”  My daughter will often say something at home to the effect of: “Mommy, I’d like to learn to knit.”  Typically, my response would be, “that sounds like a fun idea.”  She will then reply with, “I want to learn now.”  And when she […] The post The Culture of Now – A Writer Mom’s Teaching Moment appeared first on Curiosity Quills Press.
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  • Alien Covenant – Brain Dead Space Truckers
    While Alien Covenant was a fun film, the entire crew of the spaceship make repeatedly stupid decisions throughout the entire film, getting themselves rightfully slaughtered in a feat of space Darwinism. The post Alien Covenant – Brain Dead Space Truckers appeared first on Curiosity Quills Press.
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  • Interview with Spring Farm Cares: Animal and Nature Sanctuary
    CQ author Jordan Elizabeth recently came to us about donating July’s royalties from her book Cogling to local animal and nature sanctuary Spring Farm Cares, in Clinton NY. It’s where she adopted her own cat, Dora, and a recent visit lead Jordan to discovering the sanctuary is desperately under-funded. As CQ are a team of animal […] The post Interview with Spring Farm Cares: Animal and Nature Sanct...
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  • Obscure Mythological Creatures
    We’ve all heard of unicorns and dragons, vampire and werewolves, but some of the most interesting stories told are centered around creatures we’ve rarely heard of. Katherine Arden’s “The Bear and the Nightingale” is rich with Russian folklore. House spirits, Domovoi, and other demons who have co-existed with humans are being driven out of existence […] The post Obscure Mythological Creatures appea...
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  • Phantom Dust Review
    Phantom Dust is a re-master of a game you’ve probably never heard of. I don’t say that to sound like a hipster, I say it, because it’s true. Microsoft announced at E3 back in 2014 that they were bringing a reboot to the original Xbox cult hit (first released in 2004) to the Xbox One […] The post Phantom Dust Review appeared first on Curiosity Quills Press.
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  • Loving Mothers in Fiction
    Mothers have been on my mind this month… it didn’t start with Mother’s day though. As a book blogger I participate in a popular meme where predetermined prompts gather the thoughts of the (mainly YA genre) book community every week. This month we were asked what we wanted to see more of in the books […] The post Loving Mothers in Fiction appeared first on Curiosity Quills Press.
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  • The Big Ol’ Book Convention
    Oftentimes, readers or other authors will ask me why I don’t frequent a lot of “big” book conventions. I have done some in the past and I plan to do more in the future, but I’m going to be honest here – I sell more books at intimate gatherings, like libraries and craft fairs. “That’s […] The post The Big Ol’ Book Convention appeared first on Curiosity Quills Press.
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  • Riverdale Recap and Review – Season 1 – Chapter 13 – The Sweet Hereafter
    Oh how I’m going to miss writing reviews for this show, it leaves a chill running up and down my spine, like my entire body was thrust intoice water … I suppose I could just light a fire to warm up? Riverdale ended its thirteen episode first season tonight and it […] The post Riverdale Recap and Review – Season 1 – Chapter 13 – The Sweet Hereafter appeared first on Curiosity Quills Press.
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  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Review
    A Review on the latest installment of the Guardians of the Galaxy movie. The post Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Review appeared first on Curiosity Quills Press.
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  • Riverdale Recap and Review – Season 1 – Chapter 12 – Anatomy of a Murder
    SPOILER ALERT – Murderers and accomplices were revealed on the latest episode of Riverdale and they’re included in this recap and review. If you haven’t watched it yet, I suggest you do so before continuing. Game of Thrones meets Riverdale on this week’s episode ‘Anatomy of Murder’. Sure it wasn’t golden-haired creepy rich twins incest, […] The post Riverdale Recap and Review – Season 1 – Chapter ...
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  • Interview with Glen Ellyn Public Library’s Middle School Librarian Christina Keasler
    Inspired by Glen Ellyn Public Library’s Middle School Librarian Christina Keasler’s recent School Library Journal piece on “Dedicated Middle School Collections in the Public Library: A New Trend?“, CQ author Amy Bearce – writer of the World of Aluvia Series, which falls perfectly into the middle school catogory – interviewed Christina to discuss the article, and […] The post Interview with Glen El...
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  • Riverdale Recap and Review – Season 1 – Chapter 11 – To Riverdale and Back Again
    I have a theory on who killed Jason and why. But you’re going to have to read to the end to hear it. This week’s episode handed us a murderer wrapped up in a pretty little Skeet Ulrich bow, smoking gun in his closet, and nefarious partnerships with a well-known biker gang and an evil […] The post Riverdale Recap and Review – Season 1 – Chapter 11 – To Riverdale and Back Again appeared first on Cur...
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  • How to Write Heroes
    “I need a hero “I’m holding out for a hero ’til the end of the night “He’s gotta be strong “And he’s gotta be fast “And he’s gotta be fresh from the fight…” Excuse me while I digress, but the classic Bonnie Tyler song, “Holding Out for a hero” – and the soundtrack to the […] The post How to Write Heroes appeared first on Curiosity Quills Press.
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  • Parents. Gotta love ‘em.
    Parents.  They play a part in most stories, and a huge role in most young adult fiction.  I’ve noticed a trend, though.  Parents in young adult fiction are clueless.  They are childish and neglectful.  The teens don’t feel comfortable sharing anything about their lives with their parents. Why is this a trend?  Shouldn’t we teach […] The post Parents. Gotta love ‘em. appeared first on Curiosity Qu...
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  • Interview with Wendy Ceballos
    Curiosity Quills recently had the pleasure of speaking with Seattle’s Third Place Books’ former Director of Events & Marketing Wendy Ceballos. Seattle is losing you to New York City, where based on your track record, I’m presuming you’re running for governor. You’ve obviously been an incredible asset to Third Place Books. Considering that you grew […] The post Interview with Wendy Ceballos appeare...
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  • Abzu – 40,000 Pixels Under the Sea
    Abzu is a gorgeous, laconically paced, meditative experience that is all too brief, and all too beautiful. At times, it makes you feel a sense of elation and awe that I’ve rarely experienced in any other game. Other times, the terror of the darkness, of the crushing void of the endless ocean around you is almost palpable enough to make you feel like you’re suffocating on your sofa. The post Abzu –...
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  • Most Memorable Moments at Book Signings
    I aim to do a book signing every month.  Sometimes I’m able to squeeze in more than just one.  I appear at craft shows, Renaissance Faires, book stores, conventions, and libraries.  Each book signing is a rewarding experience where I get to talk with readers.  Some people keep coming back to see me; others are […] The post Most Memorable Moments at Book Signings appeared first on Curiosity Quills ...
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  • Why I Love “Games With Gold”
    Jason Purdy talks about video games subscription services, and how much value you can get with one. The post Why I Love “Games With Gold” appeared first on Curiosity Quills Press.
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  • Riverdale Recap and Review – Season 1 – Chapter 9 – La Grande Illusion
    There are a number of universal truths in this world. Unbreakable and unbendable facts that shape our humanity in a physical, mental, and emotional sense. Water is wet. The sun rises and sets. Snow is cold. Cats have no souls. Pop Tarts are the best breakfast snack food ever created. And so on. However, there’s […] The post Riverdale Recap and Review – Season 1 – Chapter 9 – La Grande Illusion app...
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  • Interview with Fairfax Library Foundation’s Director of Development Abigail Fine.
    This weekend, a number of CQ authors will be attending the Fairfax Library Foundation’s Barnes & Noble Bookfair. This event wouldn’t be possible without Fairfax Library Foundation’s Director of Development Abigail Fine, who met CQ managing partner Alisa Gus, when she entered a Twitter pitch event. Alisa faved the pitch, requested the full (at which […] The post Interview with Fairfax Library Found...

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