The winner is “Kriszta” who wished for a copy of Christabel, saying “I’m just reading the ebook version and I can’t put it down. It’s beautiful.”
by Karin Kallmaker
Please specify at checkout if and how you would like this book signed.
I hope to have such a terrific evening again before they pry the keyboard out of my cold, stiff hands.
Two novels under the pen name Laura Adams are being reissued by Bella Books.
My guest blog about re-editing Christabel, cliches and other bad writing habits of mine, is ready for reading at KG MacGregor’s website.
Guess what libraries are full of? Readers! So the Lesbian Genre Fiction Tour is taking the tour to the source.
The woman who sees in my books an affirmation of who she is and her right to basic respect and hope in her life…
Samuel Coleridge’s epic poem Christabel sends a self-appointed knight into the evil, green forest to fight a witch for the soul of a young woman. It is presumed that the young woman wouldn’t stay with the witch unless she were under a spell. That script needed flipping.
Gothic tale of two hearts taken captive in colonial New York. Can they free themselves to claim the present and future?