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, […]
featuring Kat Zhang! — HOORAY! Throw the confetti and pop your champagne! Pub Crawl’s very own Kat Zhang has a new book–a book I know I’ve been anxiously awaiting. The third book in the Hybrid Chronicles, Echoes of Us hits stores today! In case you’re new to the Hybrid Chronicles, they follow Eva and Addie–sisters whose souls […]
from Susan Dennard — I’m a HUGE fan of books on writing. Like, I probably have an addiction and I know my husband would be REALLY happy if I’d throw out some of these gazillion craft books hogging up the basement… Recently and sort of on a whim, I picked up Jeff VanderMeer’s Wonderbook: The Illustrated […]
Julie Eshbaugh is the author of the upcoming Ivory & Bone (HarperTeen, 2016). Early on, Julie focused her artistic energies on filmmaking, creating two short films and also producing an award-winning online video series for teens.