featuring E.C. Myers — I, Sooz, am so incredibly excited for E.C. Myers’ latest release: The Silence of Six. Not only is Myers a fellow Pub Crawler, but he’s also an Andre Norton Award winner. In other words: he’s a damned good writer. Plus, even if he didn’t wield magical powers over prose, just read this summary or check […]
featuring Alexandra Bracken — I am so incredibly excited that the final installment in Alex Bracken’s Darkest Mind series releases today. These books are special and dark and moving in a way I (Sooz) can’t even begin to describe. Commence the gushing. And the freaking out because I’ve been waiting a YEAR for this last book! And finally–finally–it’s […]
By Biljana Likic — So you’re writing that sweeping historical novel full of war and political intrigue, and you maybe need some inspiration. Where better to turn than to history books? Only problem is that they can be a bit dry, and at times the forced impartiality (“I must present this as facts uncoloured by my […]
by Susan, featuring Meagan Spooner – Today, I’m delighted to have Meagan Spooner back on the blog. The final book in her Skylark trilogy, Lark Ascending, just released last week, and if you haven’t yet read these books, then now’s the time! For one, the books are EXCELLENT (and if you’re a fan of my Something Strange & […]
by Grady Hendrix — Note from Sooz: I am so delighted to share a guest post from author Grady Hendrix today. Personally, I am desperate to soak up any writing wisdom he might be so kind as to share. Because guys, his new book Horrostör is incredible. Like, I got a copy of this in the mail, […]
Vanessa Di Gregorio works in publishing as an account manager/sales rep at Ampersand, a book and gift sales agency. A former literary agency intern, Vanessa can be found driving around to bookstores when she isn’t reading, playing video games, watching T.V., or writing. She also may or may not be working on a YA fantasy.