Q&A With Jussi Adler-Olsen

It's officially fall, which means our beloved publishers will be rolling out the best of the best in literature over the next couple of months. It seems that all of my most coveted books become available around September/October, which makes them the perfect Christmas gifts! Unless you simply cannot resist buying them beforehand. OOPS. In celebration of… Continue reading Q&A With Jussi Adler-Olsen

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Guest Post: Southern Gothic Girl

Today, in honor of the publication of THE WEIGHT OF LIES, I have the lovely Emily Carpenter providing a guest post on how southern gothic style became an influence in her writing. If you weren't able to pre-order her latest book, do yourself a favor and go order it HERE! If you missed my raving… Continue reading Guest Post: Southern Gothic Girl

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Weekly Wrap-Up: 3/24/17

SURPRISE! I'm sure you'd given up hope of my ever starting up the weekly recaps again, but here I am! Better late than never, right? I'm still trying to figure out the best format of how I want this series to go forward, so bear with me as I try a few new things. I just… Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up: 3/24/17

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Guest Post: J.D. Jordan

How writing my debut novel was like buying lottery tickets and getting struck by lightning JD Jordan -- Writing a book is hard. But the hardest part was getting struck by lightning. My debut novel, Calamity: Being an Account of Calamity Jane and Her Gunslinging Green Man, hits bookshelves and e-readers on September 1. Bear with me… Continue reading Guest Post: J.D. Jordan

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Guest Post: Paula Treick DeBoard

GETTING UNSTUCK by Paula Treick DeBoard Recently, I was chatting about writing to a group of creative writers at GO DEEP, a writing and yoga retreat in the Sierra Nevadas. We read Anne Lamott’s “Shitty First Drafts,” an excerpt from Bird by Bird, her excellent book about writing, and I was struck again by how… Continue reading Guest Post: Paula Treick DeBoard