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So, I have a new novel out today: Against All Silence, a sequel to my 2014 cyberthriller about teenage hacktivists, The Silence of Six. This book is more of the same—yet also very different, because that’s what I like most in sequels. I often say Quantum Coin (the sequel to Fair Coin) is like Back to the Future II; well, I’ve been thinking of Against All Silence as my literary equivalent of… Super Mario Bros. 2. Typically on publication day, a question I hear from friends, fans, […]

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Guest Post: Jordan Hamessley on BLEEDING EARTH!

Hello, Publishing Crawl! It’s been a while! Today is the pub day of Kaitlin Ward’s debut YA horror novel, Bleeding Earth! Bleeding Earth was my first YA acquisition after I moved to Egmont USA. I vividly remember reading the opening sequence on the subway, being horrified in the best way possible, and then staying up the rest of the night reading it. I proudly championed Kaitlin’s novel, which I lovingly called “the bloodiest book I […]

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