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Pub(lishing) Crawl at BEA 2013!

So, somehow, a year has flown by and BEA is now upon us once more! Just like last year, a bunch of us at Pub Crawl are attending BEA—and we couldn’t be more excited! We know that BEA can be a bit hectic and scheduling stuff in advance is a must, so we thought it’d be helpful to have all of our events listed in one place! If you’re attending any of these events, totally […]

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We’re Glad We Survived the Apocalypse For THESE Books!

We’re back! And we made it through the apocalypse with only a few minor cuts and bruises. 😉 To kick off a brand new year at Pub(lishing) Crawl, we’re sharing some books we’re glad we survived the apocalypse for! Also, if you scrollllllll down, you can enter in a HUGE GIVEAWAY to celebrate this new 2013! Don’t forget to enter or spread the word! Now, lets get started, shall we? Marie Lu says she’s most excited […]

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Happy American Thanksgiving + Giveaway!

Since 3/4 of our members are American, we’ll be taking a nice Thanksgiving break until next Monday. So, to all of our fellow Americans out there, enjoy your turkey and pumpkin pie! Oh, and don’t forget to count your blessings and give thanks tomorrow! We here at Pub(lishing) Crawl are so very, very, VERY thankful for all of our readers! We wouldn’t exist without YOU, reading our blog and supporting us through comments/tweets/emails/etc. So thank you, from […]

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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 […]

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Throne of Glass is FINALLY here

So, this is one of those posts that’s hard to write primarily because I don’t even know where to start. Today is a Big Day—not just for Sarah J. Maas and all of her thousands and thousands of fans—but for us here at Pub(lishing) Crawl too. Sarah was one of the founders of Let the Words Flow, and LTWF was—of course—where Pub(lishing) Crawl got its start. Sarah was also (perhaps still is?) one of the […]

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