Jan 01, 2021:
Release date A SPLENDID RUIN
Goodreads is holding a giveaway for A SPLENDID RUIN. They're giving away 100 copies, and the contest ends December 31st. The link to enter is here.
Megan Chance's POOR RELATIONS (working title), a tale of a young woman's reinvention and revenge set against the backdrop the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, pitched with nods to both Edith Wharton and Gaslight, sold to Jodi Warshaw at Lake Union Publishing, in an exclusive submission, for publication in winter 2021, by Danielle Egan-Miller at Browne & Miller Literary Associates (world).
Megan Chance will be part of a historical fiction anthology edited by M.j. Rose and Fiona Davis. SUFFRAGETTE CITY will publish with Flatiron books in Fall of 2020.The list of contributing authors includes Paula McLain, Lisa Wingate, Jamie Ford, Christina Baker Kline, Alyson Richman Gordon, Chris Bohjalian, Katherine J. Chen, Dolen Perkins-Valdez, Steve Berry, Megan Chance, with Kristin J. Hannah writing the intro.
Ezvid Wiki has chosen The Shadows as one of their 10 Breathtaking YA Fantasy Novels by Women. Go here to see what they have to say about the novel, and to see the other nine amazing novels on their list.
The Historical Novel Society Reviews has chosen A Drop of Ink as one of its Editor's Choice picks for February 2017, and says: "This is an outstanding novel; one of the best I’ve read all year." The full review is here.
Bookworm2bookkworm's Blog reviews A Drop of Ink here. "I hope you give Megan Chance a chance, pun intended, and get this well written and complex story."
Today, A Drop of Ink hits the Bestseller List in Kindle categories, and For the Love of Books says in its review: "This is a mesmerizing tale of greed, lust and betrayal."
Megan Chance was interviewed by the talented Laura Rahme over at Teranga and Sun. You can check it out here.
The Seattle Times has a great review of A Drop of Ink today, saying: "Historically minded readers will particularly enjoy this bumpy ride, and the parallels between Chance’s re-imagined literary quintet and the actual participants in that long-ago gothic writing session." The full review is here.
This review from Katherine's Book Reviews says: "I have no doubt that A Drop of Ink is my favorite read of 2017 ... I am truly in love with this book. It is the type of book I have been yearning to read for a long time but never discovered until now."
Goodreads is sponsoring a 100 book (digital) giveway of A Drop of Ink. The link to enter is here-it ends 1/2/17, so don't be slow!
Release Date A DROP OF INK