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7 Tips for Writing Sequels and Follow-Ups

So you’ve finished your novel. It’s done! Complete! The end!…or is it? Do you lie awake at night with a deep nagging feeling? Do your characters run off to new adventures in your head? 548 more words

Blog Tour: Risky Business by Amy Andrews Guest Post and Giveaway

Please welcome Risky Business author Amy Andrews who stops by to chat about Sports Heroes. Amy writes books about sports heroes, yet doesn’t enjoy sports. I can totally relate to this conundrum because I like reading sports romance but otherwise don’t follow sports at all! 747 more words

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Blog Tour: London Falling by Chanel Cleeton Guest Post and Giveaway

Please welcome London Falling author Chanel Cleeton who stops by to share her ten favorite movies set in London! I’ve seen about half of them, how about you? 826 more words

New Adult

Q&A with Kristen Harnisch, author of The Vintner's Daughter

In Kristen Harnisch‘s debut novel, seventeen-year-old Sara Thibault’s mother sells their family vineyard after her father is killed in a mudslide. But a violent tragedy compels Sara and her sister to flee to New York, forcing Sara to put aside her dream to follow in her father’s footsteps as a master winemaker. 961 more words


The Story Behind the Story of "Say What You Will"

After my oldest son was diagnosed with autism when he was three years old, I joined a group of other mothers who also had very young kids with disabilities to start an afterschool center that would run classes for kids with disabilities.   605 more words

Kids & Young Adult

10 Books To Read If You Loved Frog Music (from Emma Donoghue herself!)

Everyone knows that novelists rely on other people’s books for information, but in fact we draw on the work of others for far more than that: for examples of how to tackle a subject, period or structural challenge; for insight into a certain type of character. 495 more words

Author Guest Post

Blog Tour: Needing Her by Molly McAdams Guest Post and Giveaway

Do you like pranks and New Adult books? NA author Molly McAdams is having a little fun pranking the internet all this week in support of her new novella… 678 more words

New Adult