Science fiction folks know. What they like and don’t like. Most particularly, they know what they love. All about what they love. I’ve been to conventions. Trust me. You can count me among them for I’m just as cautious about a “new” take on a beloved film or tv series. Hopeful, yes, because I want more. But cautious. Because, seriously. What if They mess it up? There’s no mysterious and plural They involved in my […]
There is Always a Reason to Be Jealous When I was a kid, scribbling stories and beaming when the teacher or my mom displayed them on the wall, authors were as mythical as unicorns. Walking among the shelves of a bookstore felt like walking among giants. It wasn’t until I wrote my first novel that I started to think being an author wasn’t an impossibility. And that was also about the time when I started […]
An off-schedule post yet again as we celebrate the book birthday of one of our distinguished alumni, Amie Kaufman (and her writing partner Jay Kristoff)! The memory of our distinguished alums still echo in our hallowed halls, and it’s only right to raise a toast to their new releases!
Hi everyone! I am so excited for today’s post because it’s a very special day for my dear friend, and fellow pub-crawler, Stacey Lee. The cover for her sophomore novel, OUTRUN THE MOON, is live on Entertainment Weekly. I adore this cover! If you haven’t seen it yet, you can (and should) check it out by clicking here. But make sure to read the rest of this post, because Stacey has answered a few questions about […]
Hi there, PubCrawlers! Julie here. Today is a big day for me, and I want to share it with all of you! Five and a half years ago, I joined a blog called Let the Words Flow, which was the predecessor to Pub(lishing) Crawl. (Some of you were readers of this blog way back then!) Back in April of 2010, I was working hard toward the goal of publishing my first book. Well, here we […]