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Coming Soon... The Girl in Red by Christina Henry


The Girl in Red
Berkley, June 18, 2019
Trade Paperback and eBook, 304 pages

Coming Soon... The Girl in Red by Christina Henry
From the national bestselling author of Alice comes a postapocalyptic take on the perennial classic “Little Red Riding Hood”…about a woman who isn’t as defenseless as she seems.

It’s not safe for anyone  alone in the woods. There are predators that come out at night: critters and coyotes, snakes and wolves. But the woman in the red jacket has no choice. Not since the Crisis came, decimated the population, and sent those who survived fleeing into quarantine camps that serve as breeding grounds for death, destruction, and disease. She is just a woman trying not to get killed in a world that doesn’t look anything like the one she grew up in, the one that was perfectly sane and normal and boring until three months ago.

There are worse threats in the woods than the things that stalk their prey at night. Sometimes, there are men. Men with dark desires, weak wills, and evil intents. Men in uniform with classified information, deadly secrets, and unforgiving orders. And sometimes, just sometimes, there’s something worse than all of the horrible people and vicious beasts combined.

Red doesn’t like to think of herself as a killer, but she isn’t about to let herself get eaten up just because she is a woman alone in the woods….





About Christina

Christina Henry is the author of AliceRed QueenLost Boy, The Mermaid, and the national bestselling Black Wings series, featuring Agent of Death Madeline Black and her popcorn-loving gargoyle, Beezle. She lives in Chicago and can be found online at christinahenry.net and on Twitter @C_Henry_Author.


Coming Soon... The Girl in Red by Christina Henry

Interview with Christina Henry and Review of Alice


Please welcome Christina Henry to The Qwillery. Alice, Christina's most recent novel, was published on August 4th by Ace.




Interview with Christina Henry and Review of Alice




TQWelcome back to The Qwillery. In a prior interview you stated that
I would love to write a historical novel. I’ve started writing a historical mystery. It’s a very different process. Since the BLACK WINGS novels take place in a contemporary period I don’t have to worry about language that I use or the geography of the city, since I live here and know it very well. But when writing a historical you have to think about so many details, down to whether or not certain terms were in use during the time period in which you are writing. It’s a challenge, but a fun challenge. http://qwillery.blogspot.com/2014/10/interview-with-christina-henry-october.html
Alice, your newest novel, is a dark historical fantasy based on the works of Lewis Carroll. Was writing Alice a fun challenge? How much of a departure is Alice from your Black Wings series?

Christina: It is a tremendous departure. Interestingly, the book I was writing during that last interview was not Alice. Alice is not set in a specific time period or in a real place. In making up my own place I was able to create my own geography and my own language and my own rules for the world. This was obviously different from the Black Wings series because that series was set in contemporary Chicago, and I felt I had to maintain the Chicago I live in.

I wrote Alice partially because I wanted to be a better writer. It was so different from anything I’d written before and I wanted to push myself out of my comfort zone.



TQDescribe Alice in 140 characters or less.

Christina:  This is not Wonderland.



TQTell us something about Alice that is not found in the book description.

Christina: Alice’s companion throughout the book is Hatcher, a murderer who is in the room next to hers in the asylum. Hatcher doesn’t really remember what he did to end up in there, and there is a tension throughout the story because of that. Who is Hatcher? And will he turn on Alice?



TQWhat inspired you to write Alice?

Christina: I had been thinking for some time that I wanted to write a story inspired by Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. There is a kind of quality of myth about Alice and Wonderland that lends itself to interpretation. Then I woke up one morning thinking about a girl under glass. That led to a key scene in a brothel that became the driving force behind the whole book.



TQWhat sort of research did you do for Alice?

Christina: I confess to being a bad (or possibly lazy) researcher, which is one reason why I decided to place Alice in its own unique world. I reread the original Carroll stories, but after that I didn’t do any more research. I wanted Alice to be inspired by the original but to also be its own unique work.



TQWho was the easiest character to write and why? The hardest and why?

Christina:  This was actually a book that was easy to write from start to finish. I never struggled with the plot or characters the way I have with other books. It’s written in third person but stays very close to Alice, and the only other character that is with her throughout the book is Hatcher. They are both extremely damaged people but I always felt like I understood them.



TQGive us one or two of your favorite non-spoilery lines from Alice.

Christina:  From Chapter 1: “Someone had given her a cup of tea once, someone with blue-green eyes and long ears. Funny how she couldn’t remember his face, though. All that part was hazy, her memory of him wrapped in smoke but for the eyes and ears. And the ears were long and furry.”



TQWhat's next? Will you be writing more novels based on Carroll's works?

Christina:  There will be a sequel to ALICE called RED QUEEN. It will be released in July of 2016.



TQThank you for joining us at The Qwillery.

Christina:  Thanks for having me!





Alice
Author:  Christina Henry
Publisher:  Ace, August 4, 2015
Format:  Trade Paperback and eBook, 304 pages
List Price:  $15.00 (print); $9.99 (eBook)
ISBN:  9780425266793 (print); 9781101618189 (eBook)
Review Copy:  Provided by the Publisher

Interview with Christina Henry and Review of Alice
A mind-bending new novel inspired by the twisted and wondrous works of Lewis Carroll…

In a warren of crumbling buildings and desperate people called the Old City, there stands a hospital with cinderblock walls which echo the screams of the poor souls inside.

In the hospital, there is a woman. Her hair, once blond, hangs in tangles down her back. She doesn’t remember why she’s in such a terrible place. Just a tea party long ago, and long ears, and blood…

Then, one night, a fire at the hospital gives the woman a chance to escape, tumbling out of the hole that imprisoned her, leaving her free to uncover the truth about what happened to her all those years ago.

Only something else has escaped with her. Something dark. Something powerful.

And to find the truth, she will have to track this beast to the very heart of the Old City, where the rabbit waits for his Alice.



Qwill Thoughts

Alice by Christina Henry puts an entirely new and unexpected spin on Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll. The events in Alice take place after the Carroll stories. Henry links familiar events in those stories to the events happening in Alice, but this is not Carroll's Alice and nothing is at all as innocent as it seemed.

The novel starts with Alice in an insane asylum. She has been there for 10 years since her trip to the Old City with a friend. She returned to the New City covered in blood with no real memories of what happened save for something about a rabbit. Her parents committed her. In the asylum her only friend is Hatcher who she can see through a small hole in the wall to his adjoining cell. Fire breaks out and Alice and Hatcher escape, but so does something very evil - the Jabberwocky

Since Alice does not fully remember what happened to her at the beginning of the novel, we also know little of what happened and learn as she does. Hatcher is mad, but over the years in the asylum Alice has gotten to know him and his moods. Together they must stop the Jabberwocky before he destroys the Old and New Cities.

Henry includes many of the characters from the classic tales - they are familiar yet are recast as much more sinister and evil. There is blood and gore and darkness in Henry's novel. Throughout the novel Alice and Hatcher face old foes and their pre-asylum memories until the inevitable showdown with the Jabberwocky.

Henry gives plenty of information about the Old City and New City - class distinctions, women's place in society, and the way the Old City works with its gangs and bosses, for example. While this is not the focus of the novel it provides a rich backdrop for the story.

I really enjoyed seeing Alice change throughout the novel as she recovers her memories and develops inner strength. She and Hatcher make a terrific team and are an unusual duo. Hatcher is very protective of Alice, though he is the more unstable of the two. They are both fighters who won't give up on each other or on defeating the Jabberwocky.

Alice moves at a quick pace from start to finish. Henry deftly creates a new story for Alice that is both familiar and frightening, twisted and tantalizing, menacing and magic. Alice is a fabulous novel!





About Christina

Interview with Christina Henry and Review of Alice
Photo by Kathryn McCallum Osgood
Christina Henry is the author of the national bestselling Black Wings series featuring Agent of Death Madeline Black and her popcorn-loving gargoyle, Beezle. She lives in Chicago.













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Winners x 8 - March 17, 2012

And the winners are...


Arctic Rising by Tobias S. Buckell - Ended March 7, 2012 - Read the interview here.

Winners x 8 - March 17, 2012

Question:  What is/are your favorite book(s), movie(s) or TV show(s) about natural disasters

Barbara E. who said...

I liked the movie Twister, as well as Night of the Comet.


Winners x 8 - March 17, 2012


Dead Harvest (The Collector 1) by Chris F. Holm (2 copies) - Ended March 8, 2012 - Read the interview here.

Winners x 8 - March 17, 2012

Question:  Favorite mystery writer? or Favorite myth?

1) Stephanie who said...

My favorite mystery writer is Agatha Christie.

and

2) Lesley D who said...

My favorite classic mystery writer is Sir Authur Conan Doyle, but my favorite urban fantasy/mystery writer is Jim Butcher. Thanks for the giveaway! This book sounds right up my alley. :)


Winners x 8 - March 17, 2012


Fated (Alex Verus 1) by Benedict Jacka - Ended March 9, 2012 - Read the interview here.

Winners x 8 - March 17, 2012

Question:  Which do you prefer - the UK or US covers?

Aisling who said...

This is one of the rare occasions I prefer the US covers. I MUST read Fated. I only wish I had some of Alex's magic to increase my reading time.


Winners x 8 - March 17, 2012


I Dream of Genies (Bottled Magic 1) and Genie Knows Best (Bottled Magic 2) by Judi Fennell - Ended March 10, 2012 - Read the interview here.

Winners x 8 - March 17, 2012

Question:  Who is your favorite genie? OR Make a wish!

Kristina Parmenter who said...

My wish is.............................

To have sun and warmth all year round...oh and kids that listen and don't interupt when i am reading...lol


Winners x 8 - March 17, 2012


On the Prowl - Ended March 13, 2012 - Read the review here. US ONLY

Winners x 8 - March 17, 2012

Question:  Who is/are your favorite werewolf or werewolves in books or film?

Di who said...

I haven't red a book about a werewolf in a long time, but I do like Alcide from True Blood.


Winners x 8 - March 17, 2012


Blackbirds (Miriam Black 1) by Chuck Wendig - Ended March 14, 2012 - Read the interview here. Please note that Blackbirds will not be released until April 24 in the US. The winner will receive the novel after it is published.

Winners x 8 - March 17, 2012

Question:  Share one thing that it on your bucket list (that list of things you'd like to do before you die)?

B. Edge who said...

Travel is definitely part of my bucket list. The big one for me is Australia or New Zealand; I'd love to get to know such unique places!


Winners x 8 - March 17, 2012


Black Howl (Black Wings 3) eBook for international/US winner or Mass Market Paperback for US winner only - Ended March 15, 2012 - Read the interview here.

Winners x 8 - March 17, 2012

Question:  Who is/are your favorite angel(s) or fallen angel(s) from novels, short stories, etc.?

pamerd who said

Hi

I love this series!

I have a couple of favorites - Dmitri of Nalini Singh's Archangel's Blade and since I have read Black Wings (and have Black Night in a TBR stack) I would also include Gabriel Angeloscuro.

Thanks for the chance.
Pam


Winners x 8 - March 17, 2012


The winners have been notified and have until 11:59 pm US Eastern Time on Saturday, March 24, 2012 to respond or The Qwillery will very randomly choose a new winner or winners.

Thank you!

Interview with Christina Henry and Giveaway - March 8, 2012

Please welcome Christina Henry to The Qwillery. Black Howl, the third novel in Christina's Black Wings series, was published on February 28th. You can read my 4 Qwill review of Black Howl here.


Interview with Christina Henry and Giveaway - March 8,  2012


TQ:  What would you say is your most interesting writing quirk?

Christina:  I write in chronological order. I'm fundamentally incapable of writing scenes out of order.

TQ:  Are you a plotter or a pantser?

Christina:  A pantser. I have a rough idea of where things are going, but since I work chronologically sometimes the story changes as I write, and I usually just go with it to see what happens.

TQ:  What is the most challenging thing for you about writing?

Christina:  Since I work from home it's sometimes a challenge to separate "work time" from "off time", but I'm a better writer when I take a break.

TQ:  What inspired you to write the Black Wings series?

Christina:  I wanted to write a story about the Grim Reaper. I'd originally conceived it with a male protagonist (someone a lot like Gabriel, actually) but I heard Maddy's voice when I started writing. All my characters come first from their voice, so once I heard her speaking I realized it was her story, not Gabriel's.

TQ:  What sort of research did you do to create your world and mythology?

Christina:  Very little, actually. I didn't want to be too influenced by existing mythologies. I looked up some angelic names and some basic info on the hierarchy of the Grigori, and that was about it. I don't think I've actually researched anything at all since the first book.

TQ:  Describe Black Howl (Black Wings 3) in 140 characters or less.

Christina:  Ghosts, werewolves, and giant spiders, oh my!

TQ:  Without giving anything away, what is/are your favorite scene(s) in Black Howl?

Christina:  My favorite scene takes place in a warehouse on the north side of Chicago. Maddy decides to investigate a weird aura around the building, and of course she finds more than she bargains for.

TQ:  In Black Howl, who was the most difficult character to write and why? The easiest and why?

Christina:  Gabriel is always a bit of a challenge because he's so self-contained. Beezle's the easiest because he just says whatever comes into his head.

TQ:  Who is/are your favorite character or characters from the Black Wings series?

Christina:  I don't know if I really have a clear favorite. I like to write all the characters. I enjoy exploring the different aspects of their personalities. Every person gives me something a little different to work with.

TQ:  What's next?

Christina:  Next up for Maddy is BLACK LAMENT, to be released October 30th, and there will be at least two more books in the series after that.

TQ:  Thank you for joining us at The Qwillery

Christina:  Thank you so much for having me here!


About Black Wings

Black Howl
Black Wings 3
Ace, February 28, 2012
Mass Market Paperback and eBook, 288 pages

Interview with Christina Henry and Giveaway - March 8,  2012
Something is wrong with the souls of Chicago's dead. Ghosts are walking the streets, and Agent of Death Madeline Black's exasperating boss wants her to figure out why. And while work is bad enough, Maddy has a plethora of personal problems too. Now that Gabriel has been assigned as her thrall, their relationship has hit an impasse. At least her sleazy ex-fiance Nathaniel is out of the picture--or so she thinks...


Black Night
Black Wings 2
Ace, July 26, 2011
Mass Market Paperback and eBook, 288 pages

Interview with Christina Henry and Giveaway - March 8,  2012
Madeline Black is an Agent of death, meaning she escorts the souls of people who have died to the afterlife. Of course, not everyone is happy to see her...

If obstinate dead people were all that Maddy had to worry about, life would be much easier. But the best-laid plans of Agents and fallen angels often go awry. Deaths are occurring contrary to the natural order, Maddy's being stalked by foes inside and outside of her family, and her two loves-her bodyguard, Gabriel, and her doughnut-loving gargoyle, Beezle-have disappeared. But because Maddy is Lucifer's granddaughter, things are expected of her, things like delicate diplomatic missions to other realms.


Black Wings
Black Wings 1
Ace, November 30, 2010
Mass Market Papberback and eBook, 304 pages

Interview with Christina Henry and Giveaway - March 8,  2012
Escorting souls into the afterlife leaves Maddy little time for socializing-until devilishly handsome Gabriel Angeloscuro agrees to rent the empty apartment in her building. But when demons start appearing on Maddy's front lawn, she realizes there's more to her new tenant than meets the eye.


About Christina

Interview with Christina Henry and Giveaway - March 8,  2012
CHRISTINA HENRY is a graduate of Columbia College Chicago and enjoys running long distances, reading anything she can get her hands on and watching movies with samurai, zombies and/or subtitles in her spare time. She lives in Chicago with her husband and son.

Christina's Links

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The Giveaway

THE RULES

What:  One commenter will win an eBook of Black Howl (Black Wings 3 or for US mailing addresses only a Mass Market Paperback copy of Black Howl from Ace!

How:  Leave a comment answering the following question:

Who is/are your favorite angel(s) or fallen angel(s) from novels, short stories, etc.?

Please remember - if you don't answer the question your entry will not be counted.

You may receive additional entries by:

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3)   Mentioning the giveaway on your on blog or website. It must be your own blog or website; not a website that belongs to someone else or a site where giveaways, contests, etc. are posted.

There are a total of 4 entries you may receive: Comment (1 entry), Follower (+1 entry), Facebook and/or Twitter (+ 1 entry), and personal blog/website mention (+1 entry). This is subject to change again in the future for future giveaways.

Please leave links for Facebook, Twitter, or blog/website mentions. You MUST leave a way to contact you.

Who and When:  The eBook contest is open to all humans on the planet earth. For the Mass Market Paperback copy of Black Howl you must have a US mailing address. Contest ends at 11:59pm US Eastern Time on Thursday, March 15, 2012. Void where prohibited by law. No purchase necessary. You must be 18 years old or older to enter.

*Giveaway rules are subject to change.*

Review - Black Howl by Christina Henry - 4 Qwills

Black Howl
Author:  Christina Henry
Series:  Black Wings
Format:  Mass Market Paperback, 288 pages
Publisher:  Ace (February 28, 2012)
Price:  $7.99
Language:  English
Genre:  Urban Fantasy
ISBN9781937007331
Review Copy:  Provided by Publisher.

Review - Black Howl by Christina Henry - 4 Qwills
Something is wrong with the souls of Chicago's dead. Ghosts are walking the streets, and Agent of Death Madeline Black's exasperating boss wants her to figure out why. And while work is bad enough, Maddy has a plethora of personal problems too. Now that Gabriel has been assigned as her thrall, their relationship has hit an impasse. At least her sleazy ex-fiance Nathaniel is out of the picture--or so she thinks...

My thoughts:

Black Howl is the 3rd novel in the Black Wings series. Maddy Black is an Agent of Death. If you've read the prior two novels, you'll know that the Agents work for a huge bureaucracy. They receive a list of souls that they are assigned to each week. The Agents know where/when to appear to give the soul a choice of going to The Door. There is paperwork to be filled out after each death.  Deaths not on the list are considered not in the natural order of things.

Maddy is also the granddaughter (with several greats) of Lucifer, the Fallen angel. The Fallen's world can be violent, but it's also very political and very rigid. There is a lot of scheming and maneuvering for power. Maddy appears to be a pawn as well as a huge unknown so a lot of the scheming and violence center on her. Let's just say that most of her relatives in the Fallen world are not on her side. Lucifer has plans for her too.

Maddy's life in Chicago as an Agent and in the world of the Fallen and other supernatural beings has been well developed over the first two novels in the series. She's faced some very difficult challenges and discovered inner emotional strength though she still is sometimes unsure of herself. She also has started to learn to control her supernatural powers even though the full extent of those are not yet known.  Maddy is thrown into some very difficult situations. I like her burgeoning belief in herself and her abilities.

Maddy does have a small group on her side - Beezle (Maddy's little gargoyle, protector and dear friend), Gabriel (her bodyguard, now thrall), J.B. (her boss), and a few others. Each of these characters is very well done and endearing in their own ways. The villains are suitably evil and horrible.

A good deal of tension is generated by the relationship between Gabriel and Maddy. They'd like to be together, but due to Fallen world rules they can not.  While not THE focus of the the novels, Maddy's love-life (or lack thereof) is a focus. In Black Howl, there is a huge high point and a huge low point with regard to love for Maddy.  I was so invested in Maddy that I felt the high and the low along with her.

Against all this Maddy has to help solve the mystery of odd behaved ghosts (souls who don't go to The Door) and who were not scheduled for death, missing werewolves, and more Fallen world intrigues. Black Howl is an action packed sometimes emotional roller coaster with a well-developed world and truly engaging characters.

I give Black Howl 4 Qwills.

Review - Black Howl by Christina Henry - 4 Qwills


I strongly suggest that the Black Wings series be read in order.

The prior two books in the series:

Review - Black Howl by Christina Henry - 4 Qwills

The View From Monday - March 5, 2012

Happy first Monday in March! Spring starts later this month. It's my favorite time of the year.

At The Qwillery this week -

Monday - 2012 Debut Author Challenge Guest Blog by Thomas Morrissey. Faustus Resurrectus will be published in April.

Tuesday - Interview with Allison Pang. The 2nd novel in Allison's Abby Sinclair series, A Sliver of Shadow, was published on February 28, 2012.

Wednesday - 2012 Debut Author Challenge Guest Blog by Chuck Wendig. Blackbirds (Miriam Black 1) will be published in May.

Thursday - Interview with Christina Henry. The 3rd novel in the Black Wings series, Black Howl, was published on February 28, 2012.

Friday - Interview with David Constantine, author of The Pillars of Hercules, which will be published tomorrow.

Saturday - A surprise

Sunday - 2012 Debut Author Challenge Interview with Ted Kosmatka. The Games will be published on March 13, 2012.


A book shopping list in PDF format may be found by clicking HERE. Click "File" on the left and then "Print (PDF)."



March 5, 2012
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Bridge of Dreams
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Twilight's Dawn (h2mm)
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Fair Game
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Dying Wish
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Betrayer (h2mm)
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C. J. Cherryh SF - Foreigner Universe 12
Intruder
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Haunting Warrior (tp2mm)
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h2mm - Hardcover to Mass Market Paperback
mm2tp - Mass Market Paperback to Trade Paperback
ri - Reissue
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F - Fantasy
GS - Ghost Story
H - Horror
Hist - Historical
PER - Paranormal Erotic Romance
PHR - Paranormal Historical Romance
PNR - Paranormal Romance
SF - Science Fiction
SFR - Science Fiction Romance
UF - Urban Fantasy
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