Kira Brady

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Jan 18
2014
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Hello, and happy January! It’s 2014, and THIS IS THE END. The last book in the Deadglass Trilogy, Hearts of Chaos, debuts in March. Corbette and Lucia will finally get their adventure. Seattle may or may not survive the last catastrophe I’ve unleashed upon it. I’m excited to share the first big review for the book from Publishers Weekly, and it’s a great one! Hearts of ChaosHearts of Chaos Kira Brady. Kensington/Zebra, $6.99 mass market (352p) ISBN 978-1-4201-2458-3 In the solid and satisfying conclusion to the Deadglass trilogy (Hearts of Shadow; Hearts of Darkness), Brady returns to Seattle seven months after the… Read more »
Jun 8
2012
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Publishers Weekly chose Hearts of Darkness as one of their best summer reads of 2012! I’m in good company as one of their five romance picks along with one of my favorite authors, Nalini Singh (squeee!). Publishers Weekly Best Books of summer – reads – 2012 Hearts of Darkness Kira Brady (Kensington/Zebra) Brady’s dazzling debut blends Norse, Babylonian, and Native American mythology to create a dark and compelling story set in an alternate present-day Seattle. A human nurse and a werewolf mercenary find unexpected romance as they try to stop dragon shapeshifters from opening a gate into another world and… Read more »
May 14
2012
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I am pleased to announce my very first official interview! And it’s in Publishers Weekly, no less. In it I expound upon the Deadglass Trilogy and the inspiration behind my haunted, alternate Seattle. I also chat about my favorite books growing up–all Young Adult Fantasy–and why I chose Norse/Babylonian/Native American mythology for the trilogy. From Urban Planning to Urban Fantasy: PW Talks with Kira Brady By Julie Naughton May 11, 2012 Kira Brady’s studies in urban planning and historic preservation helped her create a fantastical alternate Seattle in Hearts of Darkness, the first in a paranormal romance trilogy.… Read more »
Apr 23
2012
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I woke up this morning to excellent news: Hearts of Darkness, my debut and the first book of the Deadglass Trilogy, earned a starred review from Publishers Weekly! I am so excited. Publishers Weekly also interviewed me about the series, and you can read it next month in the print and online editions. The short version: “Dazzling…thrilling…irresistible” Full text version of the review, but you can also read it directly on the Publishers Weekly website here. Hearts of Darkness Kira Brady. Kensington/Zebra, $6.99 mass market (352p) ISBN 978-1-4201-2456-9 In this dazzling debut, Brady blends Norse, Babylonian, and Native American mythology… Read more »