As it is our one year anniversary and we’ve had the immense pleasure of working with some very talented authors over the course of 2022, we thought it would be fun to host an End of Year sale! So, below you’ll find a selection of excellent books we’ve toured this year that are marked on sale or free for the dates of Dec. 29th – Dec. 31st! Just click on the picture to be directed to the storefront where it is on sale!
Hello everyone and welcome to my stop on the Escapist Book Co. virtual book tour for C.M. Caplan’s Science-Fantasy novel The Fall Is All There Is! Today, I am excited to help kickoff the tour by sharing an interview with the main character of the book, Petre Mercy!
Welcome to the official tour schedule for the Escapist Book Co. book tour of The Fall Is All There Is by C.M. Caplan. Below, you’ll find all of the information about the book and author, links to purchase a copy of your own or a chance to win one in our giveaway, as well as our list of hosts for the tour. We will be updating this page with links to each stop along the tour, so be sure to check back throughout the week!
Hello and thank you for your interest in being a part of the virtual book tour for C.M. Caplan’s Urban Science-Fantasy novel, The Fall Is All There Is! We’re so excited to hold a 7-day virtual tour, consisting of 7-15 stops, and would love for you to be a part of it.
Hello and welcome to the cover reveal for C.M. Caplan’s next fantasy novel, The Fall is All There Is! As many of you know, I am a huge fan of Caplan’s debut The Sword in the Street. If you haven’t already read it, you can check out my review of it here. The short of it though is that Caplan is one of the best character writers I have ever read, in addition to writing in wonderful neurodivergent representation. Needless to say, I am super excited to be revealing the cover of The Fall is All There Is and I am practically buzzing over the fact that I have a shiny ARC queued up in my Kindle ready to read.
Hello all, and welcome to the first article in my series on Neurodivergence in Fiction! As a late diagnosee of Autism myself, I am so excited to be hosting this series. For so long I have felt like the “Other” and have found safety and security within the stories I read, with it often being much easier for me to relate to the character’s between the pages of a book rather than the people I interact with every day. For the next several months we will be bringing you a guest post every Wednesday from a neurodivergent author, hopefully highlighting some of the challenges that comes with writing fiction for a largely neurotypical audience, while also giving valuable insight into the craft itself and providing a window into the neurodivergent experience. At least through the lens of fiction. For today’s article we are highlighting FanFiAddict’s very own C.M. Caplan as he discusses The Myth of Accurate Representation.