Introducing Art in Fiction
Today it gives me great pleasure to turn my blog over to Carol M. Cram, author and founder of a new website for readers who love art and culture – Art in Fiction!
INTRODUCING ART IN FICTION
A New Literary Website Developed by Carol M. Cram
I’m thrilled to announce the launch of Art In Fiction (www.artinfiction.com), a new website for lovers of novels inspired by the arts.
I’ve created Art In Fiction as a literary oasis that only lists books inspired by the arts—a comfortable, laid-back, and friendly place where you can browse hundreds of curated titles. Almost every genre is included—historical, thriller, mystery, literary, and even a smattering of romance—across a wide range of subjects, from architecture to dance to … knitting! Yes, knit-lit is, I’ve discovered, a very robust niche!
With nearly 900 books to choose from, and more titles being added daily, Art In Fiction is your one-stop shop for arts-inspired novels to add to your TBR (To Be Read) pile. And best of all, membership in the Art In Fiction community is free—and worth every penny!
In addition to book listings, Art In Fiction offers author blogs, book reviews, and, for members, the ability to create their own book bag of titles they’d like to read. There’s even a podcast in the works, so be sure to stay tuned for that.
I invite you to visit www.artinfiction.com to discover hundreds of wonderful novels. While you’re there, please join our community (it’s free!) so you can leave reviews of books you’ve read. You can also message me to share your impressions of the site, inquire about being interviewed for our upcoming podcast series, or suggest a title for consideration. I would love to hear from you.
Carol M. Cram is a multi-award-winning author of historical fiction (The Towers of Tuscany, A Woman of Note, The Muse of Fire), president of New Arcadia Publishing, and founder of Art In Fiction. She lives on Bowen Island and has presented for the NSWA several times.
Visit Art in Fiction’s website now to find your next favorite read or sign up to join the community. You can also connect with Art in Fiction on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.
2 thoughts on “Introducing Art in Fiction”
Yay for art in fiction!
This looks like a great site. I will check it out.
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