Monthly Archives: March 2016

A March hare, a blurb, COMPLICIT’s release day, and more

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So far it’s managed to rain the entire month of March. Seeing as I’m in California, that’s been a good thing. Our hills are green; our Sierras white. Other good things have happened this March, too. My daughter, my mother, and I recently traveled to Turlock for the state Rabbit and Cavy Convention (cavies are guinea pigs). My daughter shows her Netherland dwarf and does 4-H showmanship (where she’s judged on how she presents her rabbit), and we also got her a new rabbit: a broken baby Polish buck she has named Harlequin (broken refers to his color). He is darling.

Even more good things:

  • The Smaller Evil got a beautiful blurb from the amazing Laura Ruby, for which I am very thankful. I admire her writing so very much, so it’s a huge honor for me that she had such nice things to say about my new book:
“Suspenseful and enigmatic, bristling with Stephanie Kuehn’s vivid prose and sharp-eyed characterizations, THE SMALLER EVIL kept me guessing till the very last page.  I immediately flipped back to the first page to read it again, and so will you.”

— Laura Ruby, Printz Award Winning Author of BONE GAP

  • Finally, the paperback of Complicit releases today! I’m so excited for this edition to be out in the world. This book takes place in my own backyard, so it’s one I can’t help but think of often–when I look out at Mt. Diablo and the tule fog, or when I walk down College Avenue in Berkeley and see kittens in the pet store window. It’s close to home in so many ways, from proximity to adoption and much, much more.

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Here’s to the rest of March and all its darling hares (and cavies)!

 

-sk