Library Journal says “Part Sara Gruen’s Water for Elephants, part Bedknobs and Broomsticks, DeAngelis’s second novel uses witchcraft to illuminate a woman whose wrinkles belie the passionate, adventurous girl she still is on the inside. Recommended for fans of magical realism-emphasis on the magic.”
Camille DeAngelis’ PETTY MAGIC praised by Library Journal
Laurie Abkemeier Releases an “Agent Obvious” App
Based on her popular “Agent Obvious Tip of the Day” on her eponymous Twitter feed, DeFiore and Company literary agent Laurie Abkemeier has released a free app for the iPhone/iPod Touch that gives authors, editors, and agents one-touch access to hundreds of tips about the publishing biz. Click here to visit the iTunes store and download the app.
Jen Lancaster on the Today Show
Jen Lancaster was featured on the Today Show.
Advance praise for Camille DeAngelis’ PETTY MAGIC
“DeAngelis cleverly conjures up a parallel—and fun!—supernatural world within our own, making Eve a memorable, imperfect heroine.” -Kirkus Reviews
“Love, magic, history, witches: it’s all here, between the covers of this lovely book. Updike might have written it, if he’d had a better sense of humor.” -Daniel Wallace, author of Big Fish and Mr. Sebastian and the Negro Magician
“A charming curiosity shop of a novel, packed to bursting with secret histories and glittering marvels. With Petty Magic, Camille DeAngelis has given us a glimpse into a strange and enchanting world. It’s dangerous good fun, and well worth getting lost in.” -Jedediah Berry, author of The Manual of Detection