Tag Archives | Ivory and Bone

Sending Out Your Book Baby

Hi All! As many of you know, I just finished a series on the building blocks of a novel, which dove deep into a metaphor comparing a novel to a city. We compared words to bricks, sentences to walls, paragraphs to buildings, scenes to streets, and chapters to neighborhoods. Today, I want to acknowledge that sometimes a novel is not like a city at all. I think most regular readers of this blog know that […]

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June 2016 New Releases

Welcome back to Upcoming Titles, our monthly feature where we highlight books releasing this month. As always, this is by no means a comprehensive list of forthcoming releases, just a compilation of titles we think our readers (and our contributors!) would enjoy. Summer is in full swing and two of our PubCrawl contributors have books coming out this month, including our very own Jodi Meadows and Julie Eshbaugh! Julie’s debut will be coming out this month […]

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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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All about Pass Pages

Hi all! Julie here. Erin Bowman wrote a great post about the steps in the editing process here, but I wanted to dedicate an entire post to pass pages. Full confession—despite the fact that I’ve been around writers for years and heard a lot about “pass pages,” I didn’t fully understand what they were until I was about to receive my own! So chances are, if you’re reading this post and you’re not already a […]

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