The Whip in The World News Report – The Little Book That Could: As Novel Continues to Win Awards, Author Reflects on the Value of Perseverance. Read more
Rachel Thompson, San Francisco Book Review columnist & Principal of Bad Redhead Media interviews Karen. Discussed are “The Whip’s” themes, how to apply acting methods to the writing process, how writing at night may be the purest form of getting words onto the page and Karen’s worldly adventures. Click to watch
Accessing Your Emotions for Writing through Acting Exercises article by Karen Kondazian, featured on The Artist Unleashed blog. Read more
Interview with Karen on RobGirlBooks’ blog. Read more
The Whip featured on Indie Book Promo.com. Read more
The Whip awarded Gold Prize in Historical Fiction & Best Western Fiction – 2013 Global Ebook Awards. Read More
“The Whip” awarded “Best Western” – 2013 International Book Awards – Honoring excellence in independent and mainstream publishing. Press Release
“The Whip” wins “Best Western” – 2013 National Indie Excellence Awards – This Los Angeles-based competition is judged by independent experts from all aspects of the indie book industry, including publishers, writers, editors, book cover designers and professional copywriters. Read More
Women Writing the West Blog announces two “Best Western” awards “The Whip received in 2013 by the International Book Awards and National Indie Excellence Awards. Read More
“The Whip” was voted one of the Top 12 Best Western Books on Goodreads.com. Click to view list
Robin Weigert (Calamity Jane/HBO’s “Deadwood”) talks about narrating “The Whip” audio book on “It Matters Radio” Watch here
Monterey County Weekly: Roughin’ It – A Stagecoach Driver’s Central Coast Adventures – and secret life. Read the article
The Whip featured on The Spirited Woman Top 12 Spring Reading list! Click here to view the list and find out more about Spirited Woman, one of the leading women’s empowerment communities in the world.
The Whip Voted #1 on Goodreads.com poll: Books That Should Be Made Into A Movie. Click here to vote!
Karen Kondazian makes her 2nd appearance on the Jan Wahl Show – KRON 4, San Francisco. Click here to watch.
Advocate.com: The Whip: Straddling Gender Roles in the Wild West by Nick Pachelli. Read the article.
The Whip featured on Heidi M. Thomas’ blog. Heidi is a WILLA Literary Award and Epic Award Winner. Read the blog.
The Whip is a “Featured Western” on Western E-books.com. View the page.
USABookNews.com, the premier online magazine and review website for mainstream and independent publishing houses, announced the winners and finalists of THE 2012 USA BEST BOOK AWARDS on November 16, 2012. Winners and finalists were announced in over 100 categories covering print, e-books and audio books. Awards were presented for titles published in 2012. The Whip won the 2012 USA News Book Award Best Historical Fiction.
The Whip featured on the cover of Publishers Weekly.
Watsonville’s Register-Pajaronian article: Novel about local legend Parkhurst earns award. Read the article.
Art Kusnetz The Cafe interview w/ Karen Kondazian. Read the interview.
NBC/ABC Monterey Highlights Karen Kondazian and The Whip – New novel details legendary Watsonville woman’s life. Watch the video.
Metamorphosis – Janice Brooks on The Whip in Elan Woman’s Magazine. Read the article.
The Hot Mommas Project: The Whip: Celebrate Social Justice, Women’s Leadership, and Win. Read the article.
KRON/NBC’s Jan Wahl discusses why The Whip would make a great film. Read the article.
The Whip excerpt from book featured on Huffington Post. Read excerpt.
Fountain Theatre Actress Karen Kondazian at Book Soup. Read the announcement.
Peter Robinson interviews Karen Kondazian for The Commuter Times. Read the interview.
Women Writing the West Blog post. Read the post.
The Whip still #1 on the Book Soup Bestseller List for a 2nd week in a row. See the list.
Book tour for The Whip begins in Watsonville, CA. Read more here.
Read the Watsonville’s Register-Pajaronian article.
Read how Kondazian liberates Charley Parkhurst’s story in her novel The Whip.
Read the Fountain Theater Blog interview with Karen Kondazian.