We were delighted to find that Flickerwix has produced a beautiful collection of candles inspired by Laurie Forest’s The Black Witch Chronicles. From the woodsy essence of the Ulrich Twins to the cedarwood scent of dodgy Lukas Grey, there’s a fragrance here for every BWC fan. (Personal favorite–no surprise that the Yvan candle is infused with a delightfully spicy scent.) Check out Flickerwix’s full collection here!
Back to school means our favorite thing – more books! HERE IT IS! THE TITLE LIBRARIANS HAVE ALREADY FALLEN FOR ON GALLEYCHAT*: Even If I Fall: “Abigail Johnson deftly weaves together emotional and romantic turmoil into an unforgettable read about loss, dreams, and redemption.” —Jeff Zentner, William C. Morris award-winning author of The Serpent King (Inkyard Press; Jan. 8) *GalleyChat is an opportunity to talk with fellow librarians about recent galleys (every first Tuesday (read more…)
When Elloren Gardner began her first year at Verpax University, she didn’t expect to become friends with werewolves, Icarals, and Kelts. She also didn’t expect to help rescue a Selkie and free an military dragon…ultimately thrusting the entire group into a realm-wide underground resistance against Gardnerian conquest… And what’s a Revolution without an amazing playlist? https://open.spotify.com/user/harlequinteen/playlist/7wFQSp5lMzHi4XsP8Hp8C5 The Iron Flower by Laurie Forest is on sale now! Praise for The Black Witch Chronicles: “Fans will be delighted (read more…)
Harlequin TEEN authors are catching eyes and crossing over in the world of adult horror: “On the YA side, Hillary Monahan [aka Eva Darrows, author of Harlequin TEEN’s Dead Little Mean Girl] and Amy Lukavics [Daughters Unto Devils, The Ravenous] are making this the Golden Age of horror,” said Paul Tremblay, the author of the terrifying Head Full of Ghosts and creepy Cabin at the End of the World, in his LA Times (read more…)
It’s not too late to visit the Menagerie… In 1986, the country experienced one of humanity’s most horrific tragedies, The Reaping— a nationwide slaughter of six-year-old children by their parents. And perhaps even more terrifying: The few six-year-old survivors aren’t the children their families believed they were. Fast-forward to the 25th birthday of Delilah Marlow, an ordinary young woman in a not-quite-ordinary world, visiting a breathtaking traveling carnival of fantastical creatures, (read more…)