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Contributing to an Anthology

Hi all, Julie here! I’m thrilled to be joined today by authors Mindy McGinnis, Stephanie Scott, and Shannon Parker. Today is a big day for all four of us, as well as PubCrawl contributor Eric Smith. Welcome Home, an Anthology on Love and Adoption, is out in the world! Eric conceived of this anthology and edited it, and the rest of us (including Eric himself,) have stories inside. Shannon is here to share what this […]

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Introducing Eric Smith!

Eric Smith is an author, blogger, and literary agent currently based in Richmond, Virginia. He began his publishing career at Quirk Books, working on marketing for bestsellers like Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, William Shakespeare’s Star Wars, and Pride & Prejudice & Zombies. By day, he can be found working as an associate literary agent with P.S. Literary, mostly focusing on YA with a smattering of genre-fiction and non-fiction in the mix. At night, […]

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Cover Reveal for INKED by Eric Smith + Words from Cover Designer

JENNY: It’s such a pleasure to be here today to talk a little bit about the design of INKED’s cover, it was a truly collaborative process with the Bloomsbury Spark team and I’m excited to see it revealed to the world today! The design for Inked started first and foremost with the type. Often times the concept for a cover takes a great deal of time and research, hunting for the right visual or visuals […]

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Interview with Eric Smith, author of The Geek’s Guide to Dating

Today I have the lucky pleasure of sharing an interview with Eric Smith, a social media guy over at Quirk Books. He’s a blogger, gamer, and publishing geek living and writing in Philadelphia. He’s the co-founder of Geekadelphia, a hyperlocal blog in Philadelphia, covering all-that-is-geek in the City of Brotherly Love, and in 2011, he co-founded the Philadelphia Geek Awards with the Academy of Natural Sciences, a ceremony honoring local geeks. His latest book, The Geek’s Guide to Dating, is […]

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