About Corrina Lawson

Corrina Lawson is a former newspaper reporter with a degree in journalism from Boston University. A mom of four, she now works from home writing romance novels with a geeky twist, as a sci-fi and fantasy blogger for Barnes & Noble, and is a founding editor of GeekMom.com.

Above the Fold: My Current Headline

Above the Fold: My 1980s Mystery Featured at New York Comic Con Quite a bit has been happening this summer, including a ton of travel out west to California. But the biggest was the release of Above the Fold, my 1980s mystery with romantic elements set in Manhattan...

A Hanging at Lotus Hall

The beginning of the next adventure: A Hanging at Lotus Hall, book 2 of the Steampunk Detectives

Announcing “Love’s Inferno!”

The first chapter to a brand new dark paranormal romance.

“Out of the Ashes”: Double Meaning

This re-issue does feel like my writing life is rising from the ashes too.

Bringing English Historical Characters To Life (Fictionally Speaking, Of Course)

My favorite characters from English history show up in “The Immortal’s Ghost,” the third book in the “Phoenix Institute” series.

‘Rise of the Firestarter:’ It Begins Again!

The Phoenix Institute series is back, with all new covers and titles. Book 1, Rise of the Firestarter, is now available at all ebook outlets.

The Superhero Romance Series: Ant-Man and the Wasp

The Ant-Man and the Wasp romance that will shortly play out on-screen is, like many of the Marvel movie stories, a mosh of several different characters and stories, with some added original stuff. Which means that attempting to understand the Ant-Man and the Wasp...

‘Eagle of Seneca:’ What Makes a Good Sequel?

Can a sequel be stand alone? I’m that crazy person who thinks so, especially when the story-verse is rich with possibilities.

Why The Golden Heart Contest Matters & How To Rescue It

Back in 2003, I was a stay-at-home mom, a former journalist with no illusions that I'd ever be able to afford going back to that career, not with four kids who would need daycare. Not possible on a newspaper reporter's salary. so I began to write fiction. At first, it...