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Katherine Rupley

Author Katherine Rupley talks about merging her love of rock climbing with storytelling

Leslie’s story has been in my head for years and now it’s written in this book. It brings together some of my loves, strong women doing cool things, rock climbing, movies, Joshua Tree National Park, and supportive communities. Before time and wandering attention distracted me, I spent many happy hours in climbing gyms and outside […]

The Right Closet

Author Melissa Price talks about what she learned from Drag Queens

When the muse knocks, shimmy to the door to answer! The Right Closet is a timely, poignant-while-comedic tale. Marinated in farce and baked in a sociopolitical oven, it posits hate and division versus love and unity. The characters and their story brewed for a long time through years of real world social wins and losses […]

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“Epic Romance” and “High Suspense” Bella Books reviews are in

Reviews of Bella Books are in—and they are truly glowing! From angsty romances to romantic fantasies, our books are impressing reviewers who have so many nice things to say, you can’t help but blush. But don’t take it from us, read on to hear directly from them! Latest Reviews Simply the Best by Karin Kallmaker […]

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“A master in suspense and crime and romance books” and “real page turner” the reviews of #BellaBooks are in and they are absolutely glowing!

Reviews of Bella Books are in—and they are truly glowing! From heart wrenching romances to mysteries and thrillers, our books are impressing reviewers who have so many nice things to say, you can’t help but blush. But don’t take it from us, read on to hear directly from them! Early Reviews for our August Releases […]

Karin Kallmaker

Karin Kallmaker: That Time When I Was Saved by a Drag Queen

That title sounds so dramatic, but when it comes to 2020 and beyond, life has been dramatic to the point where it feels like the new normal. So there I was struggling to write Simply the Best, finding joy in very little beyond my closest circle of family and friends, beloved books and games, and […]

Guardian

#bellabooks author Jen Lawrence shares a powerful essay on colourism and being colored

When asked to write a few points for my biography on the Bellabooks website, as is standard for me, I didn’t know what to say. I strongly dislike talking about myself and found it awfully reminiscent of that dreaded question during job interviews: “Tell us about yourself” Not a new question then, and I’ve frequently […]

New releases for July are mysterious and thrilling

New releases for July are in and they’re mysterious and thrilling! From a body found floating in a sleepy Texas town to a P.I. in San Francisco investigating the murder of her rescuer, we’ve got the stories that will keep you up late flipping pages! Don’t miss out June new releases, which are delightfully romantic! […]

Stacy Lynn Miller on being an oddball

Stacy Lynn Miller on being an oddball in a fluent world

Stacy Lynn Miller discusses her experiences with stuttering, being an oddball, and her new novel Beyond the Smoke Lazy. Shy. Quiet. My doctor, teacher, and parents used those words to describe me through kindergarten because I refused to speak but a few words, preferring to let my older siblings do my talking for me. I […]

Gerri Hill Rockport TX

Gerri Hill on her love affair with Rockport, TX

Gerri Hill discusses her new novel Red Tide at Heron Bay and her deep love of its setting: Rockport, Texas. If you’ve read most of my books, you’ll find a number of them that take place along the Texas Coast, mainly in the Rockport area. Rockport itself, Port Aransas on Mustang Island (Port A to […]

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“A lovely romance” and “lyrical” Bella Books reviews are in!

Reviews of Bella Books are in—and they are remarkably positive! From sweet romances to intense mysteries, our books are making reviewers so happy we can’t help but say “D’aww!” But don’t take our word for it, read on to hear directly from them… Reviews of June new releases Tagan Shepard’s Swipe Right has received some […]