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READ | NOVEMBER 20TH, 2013

read: the story behind the story…jamie shupak’s ‘transit girl’

A few months ago when my book deal was announced I got a text from a guy, let’s call him Ted, saying he couldn’t wait to see what his character was like in my novel. Would he be more chivalrous than the real Ted? More villainous? Maybe I made him into some kind of super hot sex machine, not that he wasn’t in real life.
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READ | NOVEMBER 20TH, 2013

read: cj lyons takes on young adult

New York Times bestselling author CJ Lyons is best known for her high-octane thrillers. With her young adult debut Broken, CJ is returning to her medical thriller roots. She shares why she decided to tackle the world of YA, and what readers can expect from this new direction.
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READ | NOVEMBER 18TH, 2013 | 3 RESPONSES

read: will travel for words: nice in nice by karen a. chase

About five years ago, just as I was beginning to develop a writing life, I attended the San Francisco Writers Conference. Because of the airfare, it was a bit pricier for me than simply attending a nearby east coast conference, but the four-day lineup included panel discussions on nearly every topic an author should know from first drafts to PR. I knew very little about publishing as was made abundantly clear over the course of the conference.
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READ | NOVEMBER 7TH, 2013 | 9 RESPONSES

read: interview with larissa reinhart, author of the cherry tucker mystery series

Hijack in Abstract is the third mystery in Larissa Reinhart’s Cherry Tucker series, following Portrait of a Dead Guy and Still Life in Brunswick Stew (all out from Henery Press). Larissa answers our questions about the latest installment of this highly entertaining series.
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