Kaab contemplates the meaning of home. Diane hosts a spectacle.
Alaya Dawn Johnson is the author of six novels for adults and young adults. Her novel The Summer Prince was longlisted for the National Book Award for Young People’s Literature. Her most recent, Love Is the Drug, won the Andre Norton Award. Her short stories have appeared in many magazines and anthologies, including Asimov’s, Fantasy & Science Fiction, Interzone, Subterranean, Zombies vs. Unicorns and Welcome to Bordertown. In addition to the Norton, she has won the Cybils and Nebula Awards and been nominated for the Indies Choice Award and Locus Award. She lives in Mexico City. AlayaDawnJohnson.com. @alayadj.
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Kaab fights her first professional duel. Diane pursues her destiny.
When Ellen called me and invited me to work on Tremontaine, I have to admit, I was a little star-struck.
Alliances shift as relationships on both the Hill and in Riverside grow complicated.
Vincent makes a splash while Kaab must rescue Micah and Joshua.
“A City Without Chocolate”? Say it ain’t so, Lo! If we thought the party went bad, it looks like fortunes are taking an even worse turn this episode…
The first thing I want to say is THANK YOU to every reader who somehow found their way here, stayed to take chocolate with the duchess (and to witness the giant vengeful swan pudding at the Ball).
Behold! The dreaded Pudding Swan in its natural habitat.
The Council of the Lords is back in session and Diane looks to cement her power.
Episode 6 begins with a piece of very key information: The time has come for the annual Tremontaine Swan Ball. A ball, you say, oh episode authors Patty Bryant and Racheline Maltese? Color us excited!