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Taken by Erin Bowman releases today!

Today is the launch day for Erin Bowman’s TAKEN, and we here at Pub(lishing) Crawl couldn’t be more thrilled! Seriously—no exaggeration—we are all flipping out with excitement over this book’s release. Not only Erin is a great writer, a great friend, and also a pivotal part of the inner workings of this blog (we wouldn’t be here if not for her—heck, she designed the graphics of this site, after all!), but we’re also HUGE fans of […]


Interview with Literary Agent Sara Crowe

Today I’m so very thrilled to be hosting an interview with Sara Crowe, literary agent extraordinaire! Okay, so I’m a bit biased because Sara is my agent, but her bio really does speak for itself… Sara represents children’s fiction (and adult fiction and non fiction) at Harvey Klinger, Inc. Her clients include NYT Bestselling author Jonathan Maberry, USA Today Bestselling author Jeff Hirsch, as well as Nina LaCour, Michael Northrop, Lisa Schroeder, Kristen Tracy, and Dan […]


How We Use Music

Music can serve as a tool and inspiration for writers at every stage of their work. It can lead to plot breakthroughs or bust writer’s block, and it cropped up on the pages of several YA debuts this year including Under the Never Sky, Incarnate, and most recently, Seraphina. Here are some of the ways the writers of Pub(lishing) Crawl use music and a few of our favorite tracks. Beat by Beat Sarah J. Maas […]


TAKEN Cover Reveal!

I can’t tell you how excited I am to finally reveal the cover of Taken! I’ve been staring at this beauty for many months (six!) and I still get hit with a wave of giddy happiness every time I look at it. It is striking and unique and I love it to pieces! The team at Harper did such a fantastic job. But enough rambling on my part. Let’s get to the goods… And here’s […]


Introducing Erin Bowman!

Today’s newest member is a debut YA author… Erin Bowman! Erin has spent most of her life telling stories. It is rumored that her first words were not “Mama” or “Dada,” but “Once upon a time.” In middle school, when kids were going off to sleep-away camp for the summer, Erin was attending writing camp and penning short stories. When not writing, Erin can often be found far away from the computer (hiking or camping), […]