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Don’t Forget Your Nose—The Smell Of World Building

Hey friends! As some of you might know, our very own Pub-Crawler Stacey Lee has a book coming out at the end of the month, on December 27th, THE SECRET OF A HEART NOTE, about a teenaged perfumer who erroneously fixes the mother of the school soccer star with a love potion, and must correct her mistake before her mother finds out. Originally, I’d hoped to interview Stacey about her use of smells in writing […]

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2016 PubCrawl Releases!

Happy New Year! Can you believe PubCrawl is four years old this year? How time does fly! This little blog will be toddling off to grade school before we know it, sniff. Anyway, to start off another awesome year with us, we thought we’d let y’all know what we PubCrawlers (current and alumni) are publishing this year! E.C. Myers Against All Silence After being a key figure in the exposing of government corruption, Max Stein has […]

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ARC Giveaway of IVORY AND BONE!

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 […]

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Happy Book Birthday to Vengeance Road by Erin Bowman!

Huzzah, huzzah, huzzah, it’s finally here! If you guys have been living under a rock, then you might not have heard of Erin’s awesome new YA Western pitched as True Grit meets the legend of the Lost Dutchman. I’ve wanted this book ever since I read the synopsis: Vengeance Road Welcome to the Wild West. When Kate Thompson’s father is killed by the notorious Rose Riders for a mysterious journal that reveals the secret location […]

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The Reason I Love This Business

I decided to pursue publishing after a trying my hand at a couple different career paths after college.  Like most 21-year-olds, I didn’t really know what I wanted to do with my life, and I was learning the hard way that the best jobs don’t come easy. At the end of every day I would drive home from whatever job (teacher’s aide, exec asst for generic company, waitressing, movie theater, B&N) to my apartment (basement […]

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