Tag Archives | Vanessa Di Gregorio

Date, Marry, or Kill?

Okay, I think most of us have played some variation of this game before, and I figured it was about time we did a PubCrawl version of it. 🙂 For those who don’t know how this game goes, our version is as follows: pick out a fictional (book) character that you would like to marry, then one you’d just like to date, and then one you’d love to kill. Here’s what we think S. Jae-Jones (JJ) Date: DR. PELLINORE […]

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Pub(lishing) Crawl at BEA!

Hi, everyone! So, BEA (BookExpo America) is fast-approaching, and those of us at Pub Crawl who are attending couldn’t be more excited! While some of us at PC are BEA vets, others (like *cough*Kat and Sarah*cough*) are total newbies! Because it’s going to be such a busy week, and because we’re pretty sure everyone likes to plan their BEA schedules well in advance, we thought we’d let you guys know where we’ll be—because we’d LOVE […]

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What We’re Reading

The weekend is here! Which, for a lot of people, means READING! And in case you were wondering what books we currently have our noses in, here they are: Susan Dennard is re-reading Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones Erin Bowman is reading Shadow & Bone by our very own Leigh Bardugo Sarah J. Maas is reading The Shadow Queen by Anne Bishop Kat Zhang just finished A Storm of Swords by George R.R. […]

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Question of the Month: Favorite Scenes to Write?

Welcome to the very first Question of the Month, where one question is asked to the entire Pub Crawl group 🙂 This month’s question was: What type of scene do you like to write best? Kissy scenes? Fight scenes? Chase scenes? Other? Any particular reason why? And here were our answers! Erin Bowman I am a huge fan of action scenes, specifically, escapes. Running from the enemy, fleeing a bad guy, aborting a failed mission, breaking […]

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Introducing Sarah, Susan, and Vanessa!

Sarah J. Maas Sarah J. Maas was born and raised in New York City, but after graduating from Hamilton College in 2008, she moved to Southern California. She’s always been just a *tad* obsessed with fairy-tales and folklore, though she’d MUCH rather be the one slaying the dragon (instead of the damsel in distress). When she was sixteen, she discovered FictionPress.com, and shared a (very rough) draft of Throne of Glass, a YA epic fantasy retelling […]

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