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Double Cover Reveal Goodness!

Claudie Arseneault/ October 11, 2017/ Uncategorized/ 1 comments

October 11th is National Coming Out Day in the States, but apparently this year it’s also Cover Reveal Time! At least in my circle of Awesome Writer friends. ^^ So today, you have a two-for-one cover reveal. 😀 New World by Lyssa Chiavari The second book of the Iamos trilogy is coming sooon. And it has this absolutely amazing cover by

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Interview with Lauren Jankowski, Author of The Shapeshifter Chronicles

Claudie Arseneault/ February 6, 2017/ Books, Community, Uncategorized/ 0 comments

Last week I had the great pleasure of hosting Lauren’s cover reveal for her latest book, The Dwelling of Ekhidna, and you know what, I wanted to hear more about it! So today, we’re moving from covers to character and book, and having a quick interview with Lauren! So, shapeshifters! You must love that, to have an entire series with them!

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Wings of Renewal Takes Flight Again

Claudie Arseneault/ January 18, 2017/ Uncategorized/ 0 comments

After a few months of absence, Wings of Renewal has returned! I’ve worked on a great many things since first publishing Viral Airwaves, back in February 2015, but of everything I did during those two years, building Wings of Renewal might be the thing I’m most proud of. Solarpunk is a beautiful and budding genre, with too little canon works out

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Cover Reveal: DIFFERENT WORLDS, from Lyssa Chiavari

Claudie Arseneault/ June 30, 2016/ Uncategorized/ 0 comments

Sit tight, everyone, because I have something amazing today. And exclusive, which feels like such an honour, because Lyssa is one of my favourite writer in the whole damn world (as an author and as a person). And this cover reveal we’re having? Is for a novella, Different Worlds, which stars my favourite Fourth World character, Henry! (he even shares

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Isandor3 and Writer Fatigue

Claudie Arseneault/ December 9, 2015/ Uncategorized/ 0 comments

Writers are not endless creative wells. And I think it can be hard for some of us to hear or discover that. Sometimes when you write and write and write, then edit and edit and edit … the well just run dries. It becomes harder to gather the motivation to put words on the pages, and even when you do

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