Category Archives: YA Debuts in 2016

When this review (submitted to IndieNext) came across my email, I was floored and humbled. Here’s why: Kim Savage has absolutely knocked it out of the park with this mystery. The story starts with the death of beautiful, over-protected sisters … Continue reading

YA Debuts in 2016

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USA Today’s Happily Ever After asked me along with several authors to write a piece of flash fiction (under 200 words) with a romantic theme. Because I think the most romantic thing in After the Woods is Kellan’s willingness to wait … Continue reading

YA Debuts in 2016

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A book launch is a funny thing. It’s thrilling, because you get to shove your art into the world and stand behind it, letting it fend for itself. It’s unnerving, because you’re exposed, a lot. It’s exhausting, because you’re “on,” … Continue reading

Writing Life, YA Debuts in 2016

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Earlier this year, Editorial Hidra bought Spanish rights to After the Woods. It released on Feb. 29, days after the US release. Ever since, I’ve been getting the coolest book stylings from Spanish readers, which I LOVE seeing! Check ’em … Continue reading

Editorial Hidra, Foreign Rights Sales, News, YA Debuts in 2016

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Sometimes when I’m reading a novel, there’s something familiar about the character, and I realize it’s because they could be one of my characters at a different stage of their life. Like, The Woman Upstairs might be Julia 25 years … Continue reading

YA Debuts in 2016
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