By Susan Dennard
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Happy New Year, PubCrawlers! I know this last year was tough on most of us, so here's to keeping the faith that 2021 will be better! Are you the type to…
Hey there, PubCrawlers! I'm so excited today, because my guest on the blog is my friend and fellow member of the online book community, Mishma Nixon…
Hey there, PubCrawl readers! Today my guest is author E. Latimer, whose Young Adult fantasy novel, WITCHES OF ASH AND RUIN, is out today from…
I tend to have a lot of false starts or write-my-characters-into-inescapable-corners when I'm drafting. It doesn't matter how meticulously I outline or…
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By Julie Eshbaugh
By Julie C. Dao
[box type="note"]Sooz here! I originally posted this on Let the Words Flow, but since it still gets a lot of hits, I decided to re-share it with the…
By Julie C. Dao
by Rachel Seigel --- In recent months, a new offshoot of Young Adult has been catching traction on the publishing scene. The term, "New Adult Fiction…
Get it? We're comparing things. Comps. Apples to oranges... okay whatever, let's do this. Every now and again I open up my DMs on the ol’ Twitter for…
Writing trilogies is rather straightforward. That's not to say it's easy, because writing generally isn't. As a rule, writing is difficult. But…