Reblogged from Jane Friedman ~ Do Publishers Need to Offer More Value to Authors? Posted on October 26, 2012 by Jane Friedman ~ Last month, I gave a 15-minute presentation in Berlin, Germany, called The Future of the Author-Publisher Relationship, as part of an innovative publishing think-tank event called LitFlow. To accompany my talk, I wrote a 2,500-word article.… Continue reading Share-It Saturday: Do Publishers Need to Offer More Value to Authors?
I absolutely loved this book! Showers, Flowers, and Fangs, was the first book I’ve read by this author, and it was an excellent start. It’s a YA novel, with brilliant characters, an original plot, and a combination of a trans MC and supernatural creatures. Clever only barely begins to explain it. ~ ~ Darren is… Continue reading Fangirl Friday: Showers, Flowers, and Fangs, by Aidan Wayne
. . Blurbs A Royal Craving Poor and deaf, Spencer struggles to live in a new world. In search of hope, aged just thirteen, he defies the city and his parents, to visit the prophetess. After promises of a struggle between a path to death and a path to love, he’s left with a token… Continue reading Book Showcase: The Royal Series
Geek . . ‘Collide’ – my story in the All You Need is Love anthology, by Encompass Ink – came as a surprise. When the idea of the anthology came along, I wasn’t sure what to write, or even if I would write a story. But then I got the idea of an author having… Continue reading #TFT: A-Z of Elaine White: G
Reblogged from Goodreads ~ 12 Books with Plot Twists Even the Queen of Crime Wouldn’t Have Seen Coming Posted by Hayley on September 15, 2016 Agatha Christie was born 126 years ago today! The Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple creator is the best-selling novelist of all time, outsold only by the Bible and Shakespeare, and has kept generations of readers guessing… Continue reading Share-It Saturday: 12 Books with Plot Twists Even the Queen of Crime Wouldn’t Have Seen Coming
I was asked to read ‘Foreign to You’ for review, and I was immediately intrigued by the premise and the cover. It was the author’s debut novel, but I’ve been lucky enough to come across some very well written debut novels across the years, so I wasn’t put off in the slightest. And I’m so… Continue reading Fangirl Friday: Foreign to You, by Jeremy Martin